With or without Audio, this overall view of the Battleship NJ takes guests 5 levels up and two decks below. The Main Deck features an Exhibit/ Museum that encompasses the 48 years in and out of service. Guides are available for questions in the Captain's Quarters and CEC. Active Military, World War II Veterans and former Crew Members of BB-62 are asked to stop at the Box Office in the Battleship NJ Visitor's Center. Proudly inform our Ticketing Staff of your service to our Great Nation and receive a ticket to board the "Big J".Children 4 & under are free! Visit Box Office for complimentary ticket.
Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)December 22, 2014 8:00 PM
334 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
After reading his MySpace bio that begins "I'm 18, I like fat girls, and the piano is nice," it's difficult to figure out what kind of music Tyler, the Creator creates. The highly bloggable wunderkind, and leader of Long Beach-based buzz band Odd Future, creates underground hip-hop centered around raw beats and explicit topics, generally considered offensive. Despite the aggressive nature of his music, the rapper and producer still manages to portray a certain youthful charm, somehow making his taboo topics acceptable and widely appreciated by indie music aficionados. Tyler, the Creator's entertaining appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and remix of Swedish songstress Lykke Li's "I Follow Rivers" have only bolstered his fame.
It's a battle royal of the family kind ... the Jewish family kind. Daphna and her cousin Liam return home for their grandfather's funeral. When he escaped the Holocaust and came to America, his only possession was his Chai necklace. He proposed to his wife with that necklace. Daphna is proud of her Jewish roots and believes that the necklace should be handed down to someone who recognizes its religious significance. Liam is getting engaged and wants to give it to his fiancé, just as his grandfather gave it to his grandmother. But his fiancé isn't Jewish. This breakout comedy was the hottest show in New York City last year, and now it makes its Philadelphia premiere. Jewish or not, you're sure to see your own family in the midst of all the comic mayhem.