What You're Doing Tonight, 5/28

CONTACTS AND COCKTAILS: Kill two birds with one stone by heading to JL Sullivan’s in Philadelphia for “Networking Thursday’s.” Not only can you make some useful business contacts, but you can also quench your Thursday thirst. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the music will be low to create the right atmosphere for networking. After 8 p.m. the music picks up, but the networking doesn’t stop. Be sure to bring your business cards in exchange for $3 tapas and $4 martinis. This is usually an event for young professionals. Business attire is encouraged. For more information, call 215.546.2290.

THE MOVIE MUST GO ON: Check out the critically acclaimed play “Something Intangible” tonight at the Arden Theatre in Philly. Philadelphia playwright Bruce Graham’s tale is set in the golden era of Hollywood and focuses on two brothers whose ambitious and laid-back personalities conflict while running a movie studio together. Locals Ian Merrill Peakes and Scott Greer headline in the play. Tickets cost $29-$48 and can be bought by calling 215.922.1122 or going to the Arden Theatre Company’s Website.

TASTY TIME TRAVEL: Tempt your taste buds with old school foods in Rittenhouse. The dinner will be served in RittenhouseTown’s original 18th century bake house and will feature mini crab cakes with herb remoulade, 18th century style turkey stew and even Martha Washington’s chocolate mousse cake. The menu will be prepared by Philadelphia renowned Chef Walter Staib. Also featured are traditional cocktails as well as “Ales of the Revolution” presented by Yards Brewing Company. Tickets cost $95 and the dinner starts at 6 p.m. Call 215.438.5711 for more details.

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