Bingo for Boobies

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Its so sexy it hurts! Our dear friend Amanda is throwing the coolest party in Fishtown. This Saturday night August 25th from 8 pm until close the Manhattan Room is hosting Bingo for Boobies!!! You can not miss this fun event…I am even going to try to drag my butt down there for this. The infamous Needles Jones with be your MC/hostess with the mostess for the evening. We will enjoy the music of Broken Prayers and the DJ sytlings of Richie Hell. So hot. Amanda is raffling off some cool prizes as well as slinging drinks behind the bar. A donation jar at the door and an id saying you are at least 21 will get you in. It will cost you $2 per card to play bingo, remember the more cards you have the better your chances of winning. All proceeds from the evening help support our large family get through this tough time. Please come by and show the love…and the money..or the boobies!
Info about the M room

Welcome to the Manhattan Room, Philadelphia’s newest live music venue. Located at 15 W. Girard Ave (between Front and Frankford Aves.) in Fishtown. The venue is the first original music venue in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia and features live music, independent film, art openings, DJs and special events seven nights a week in a unique lounge setting. The Manhattan Room offers an eclectic selection of beers and mixed drinks, a nightly Starving Artist Happy Hour from 5-7pm and a gourmet and vegetarian bar menu until 11pm (Sunday-Thursday) and 1am (Friday and Saturday). The Manhattan Room is open from 10am- 2am on weekdays (depending on events) and from 8am-2am on weekends and holidays. Come listen to some of the best local and national bands performing every night. Please visit our shows and events page for the current schedule! See you soon…

One Response to “Bingo for Boobies”

  1. melanie says:

    Hi Andrea, I hope you’re doing well. I wanted to stop in and say WOW! I am amazed at the amount of creative support you are getting and I wish I was in Philly to be a part of it. It is really uplifting to see. Even though it’s really hard for me to be in New Zealand away from all my family and friends, I know I am extremely lucky that my treatment is covered under the National Healthcare. I know it doesn’t seem likely, but I hope one day the US won’t be so corrupt and a National Healthcare plan could help make people’s lives a lot easier. Until then, I really respect and admire your determination and creativity in getting through this.