Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered:
Links Hall hosts an improv show that involves Nerf gear, PVC pipe, Wiffle balls, and dinosaurs. Dan Jakes calls it “special.” We’ll let you come up with your own adjective.
After writing Icona Pop’s invincible platinum hit, “I Love It,” Charlie XCX is set to be 2013’s next Brit to blow up. She’s a sublime balance of “pop success” and “art-damaged weirdness,” writes Miles Raymer in Soundboard. At the Riviera Theatre, she opens for Marina & the Diamonds.
Seminary Co-op Bookstore completed its relocation in Hyde Park last week when it opened its new 8,900-square-foot space. Stanley Tigerman and Margaret McCurry, the architects behind the project, visit the store to discuss their design process.
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