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Tattooed Momedy is a free monthly comedy showcase featuring hilarious comedy performers of all types and genres from Philadelphia and across the U.S! Headliner: Carolyn Busa Featuring: Miguel Dalmau Megan Goetz Tan Hoang Nicole Phoenix Sean Mulholland (Sylis P.) Hosted by: Michael Kelly & Molly Hanulec Doors at 8pm. Be sure to get here early to snag that comfy armchair or bumper car…this event fills up QUICKLY! NO COVER! 21+ $1 tacos! $2.50 Tecates! Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm Check out the April Taco of the Month: The Oblina…Find out more »
Girl Crime Organization is coming back to Mom's for an "Original and Interesting" art show! Branching out from their Crime on South Street Pop-Up, this show will feature new & old artists. Past shows have included: AllyCat, JVLiET, Tia Uuggh, ShittyStyle, Autumn Veggiemon, Jaz Malone, Yasmin, MechanicalPencilGirl, & Kelly Campanile. Stop by to get your fill of crime (& our Burger Wednesdays specials): $4 Mom's Burgers and Mom's Vegan Burgers Half off all drafts 10-11pm + LAST CHANCE for the April Burger of the Month, "Get Crazy"Find out more »
Atlas Obscura Philadelphia & Tattooed Mom's are holding a benefit for the care of Steve Matt who is living with ALS. There will be raffle giveaways from: Strange and Unusual Afterlife Anatomy Beakers and Bones Divya Anantharaman Sassafras Pub Jinxed Brownie's Pub & more. All donations will go to Steve’s care and treatment. There will also be a presentation of Philly-area oddities, assorted weirdness, and Pierogi Thursday specials: 50¢ pierogi from noon-10pm & half off all drafts 5-7pm and 10-11pm Join the…Find out more »
April welcomes spring and the migratory return of rubber duckies to Tattooed Mom. Celebrate our bird friends by customizing a rubber ducky with all the feathers, pom poms, googly eyes, sequins & beautiful bling you can get your hands on.
Try our tasty brunch menu until 4:30 or enjoy half priced drafts from 5-7 & 10-11pm PLUS half priced tots & $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon after 7pm. FREE arts & crafts FUN for all, rubber ducky style.
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PHILLY FOR CHANGE is where local progressives meet to discuss progressive change. It’s a monthly opportunity to meet and engage candidates for local office, ask questions and get involved with grass roots activism.
Every FIRST Wednesday of the month, meet a variety of local politicians, candidates & activists. Get invested in YOUR community! All politics are local. Change starts with us!
Philly for Change is a group of reform-minded progressive Democrats. They fight for democracy, social and economic justice for all people, peace, the environment and the green economy at the city, state, and federal levels.
$4 Hamburgers & Vegan Burgers until midnight (try our Burger of the Month)
$2 Narragansett Lager Tall Boys all day
Half off all drafts 5-7 & 10-11pm.
Join us May 4 from 6-11pm for May The Force Feed You, a Star Wars inspired art show at Tattooed Moms! This show features a collection of various Star Wars inspired paintings and fine art from Star Wars influenced Philadelphia artists. We will be having a raffle to benefit Philabundance, a Philadelphia organization fighting to end hunger! Make a donation in exchange for the chance to win some incredible prizes! Celebrate a galaxy far, far away with half off drafts…Find out more »
Scratch and sketch your way to magical fun EVERY Sunday in May! As you scratch away the black coating with a stylus on a variety of shapes supplied, watch your designs bloom in all the colors of the rainbow.
Scratch your creative itch while sampling our tasty brunch menu, available until 4: 30.
FREE FUN for the whole family!
Half priced drafts from 5-7 & 10-11pm
$2 PBR pounders & 1/2 price tater tots after 7pm
Celebrating 70's glam rock, retro sci-fi, and the three day theatrical re-release of Labyrinth! Riot Nerd returns to Tattooed Mom with the spirit of the Star Man in tow. Put your space face close to ours with over a dozen local vendors selling inspired handmade items. Don't miss this one-time-only Space Oddity. FREE ADMISSION! VENDORS TBA! Hang around after the event to enjoy half priced drafts 5-7pm. Join the Facebook Event and invite all your pals!Find out more »
Readers: Kirwyn Sutherland Raena Shirali Ashley Davis Frank Sherlock Sanam Sheriff Gabriel Ojeda-Sague Written in response the PROMESA bill (Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act) bill, Raquel Salas Rivera's LO TERCIARIO/THE TERTIARY offers a decolonial queer critique and reconsideration of Marx. The book’s titles come from Pedro Scaron’s, El Capital, the 1976 translation of Karl Marx’s classic. Published by Siglo Veintiuno Editores, this translation was commonly used by the Puerto Rican left as part of political formation programs.…Find out more »