17 Bridges Update, Emancipet, Free Cheese steaks, WWE Supastars & A Contest

17 Bridges Update, Emancipet, Free Cheese steaks, WWE Supastars & A Contest

Maybe you saw the article in Philly.com or PhillyVoice about the Garces Group’s Center City tapas bar Tinto being closed through the end of October as it serves as the filming location for a major Hollywood production currently in town. That Hollywood movie is none other than 17 Bridges starring Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman, Sienna Miller, Keith David , JK Simmons, heartthrob Taylor Kitsch and just added according to Variety, to the cast ‘Deuce’ Star Jamie Neumann

Say what: Capogiro Gelateria, it’s still open during during the day, but at night it’s a Bodega

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Check out the video Fox29’s Chris Connell got of the set on Wednesday, and even a glimpse of one of the stars.

Pictured from left: Michael Sulkes, Wells Fargo Center Assistant General Manager; Ben Schlegel, Wells Fargo Center Director of Event; WWE Superstar Liv Morgan; and Brett Reopell, Wells Fargo Center Director of Booking. (Provided)

Prior to a WWE Raw® event on Monday, October 15, Wells Fargo Center staff donates $1,000 to Unite For Her on behalf of WWE.

Unite For Her is committed to helping women diagnosed with breast cancer navigate their way through treatment by providing complementary therapies designed to promote physical and emotional wellness.  Wells Fargo Center was one of the first arenas to host four consecutive nights of WWE® action as part of the Royal Rumble weekend in January.

Ronda Rousey stopped by Geno’s Steaks last night after WWE RAW at the Wells Fargo Center. She ordered a Whiz Whit and Fries. (photo provided)

Speaking of Cheesesteaks: Let there be cheesesteaks for all this Friday! Steve’s Prince of Steaks celebrates grand opening of new location in University City at 3836 Chestnut St. Join the royal family between 12-2 and 4-6pm for free cheesesteak, fries and soda. 

Emancipet, the nonprofit on a mission to make veterinary care affordable and accessible for all pet owners, will be featured on “Cat Daddy” Jackson Galaxy’s television show My Cat From Hell on Animal Planet this Saturday, Oct. 20, 8 p.m. CT.
The episode is shot in Philadelphia, where Emancipet has a clinic, and features CEO Amy Mills and Emancipet staff working with other nonprofits and volunteers to trap/neuter/release community cats (also known as feral cats). It’s an emotional and dramatic episode and is the finale of this season of My Cat From Hell. During the show, Emancipet will announce a new initiative and fundraising effort to help even more community cats and their caretakers in Philadelphia and the other four cities where Emancipet has clinics, and to help Emancipet expand to even more cities across the U.S.

“Community cats matter, and the bond between them and their caretakers is evident in the show. Emancipet is all about protecting the human-animal bond, and helping keep community cats healthy is part of our work,” Mills says. “We are grateful to Jackson Galaxy and Animal Planet for helping to spread the message about Emancipet and our work caring for animals in underserved communities.”

There’s a viewing party at the appropriately titled Black Cat Tavern (2654 S. 12th Street)

One Contest, One Sculpture, Nineteen Concerts
One Contest:
The first person who correctly guesses the total number of triangles in Ray Bartkus’ “Gardens” sculpture wins a prize!
Take a selfie or photo of the sculpture and post to Instagram with your guess in the comments. Include the hashtags @RayBartkus @KimmelCenter
Contest deadline: October 31
Must be 21 to enter.
One Sculpture:
Lithuanian American artist, Ray Bartkus’s “Gardens” sculpture is on exhibition until November 9th at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. The sculpture was commissioned to celebrate the centennial of Lithuanian statehood. Constructed out of metal and L.E.D lights, “Gardens” was inspired by traditional Lithuanian straw ornaments.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
300 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19102
Free and open to the public
Nineteen Concerts:
From now until November 9th, the internationally-acclaimed Philadelphia Orchestra will be playing nineteen concerts in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center. Click here to see full schedule. Use discount code BARD for a reduced ticket rate.