We’ll have none of this working for the weekend, Loverboy.
Have & Take Give & Get
What: Inaugural installation from conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner.
Why: It’s closer than the Whitney.
When: Thru Oct. 31.
Where: Cerealart Project Room, 149 N. 3rd St. (215-627-5060).
Be True to Your School
What: An exhibit and sale featuring buttons, original works, compacts, and tote bags by artist Kris Chau.
Why: You got no class. And you got no principals.
When: Thru Sept. 29.
Where: Honeymilk at Vagabond, 37 N. 3rd St. (267-322-4057).
Street Food from Around the World
What: Meritage’s new menu features Vietnamese meatballs, Mongolian lamb pot stickers, and handmade chorizo with stone fruit.
Why: You’ve never eaten anything like it.
When: Mon.-Sat., 5 p.m. until the last man’s standing; Sun., 4 p.m. until you pass out.
Where: 500 S. 20th St. (215-985-1922).
The Starburst Treatment
What: Your locks are treated with a protein or moisture mask and heat treatment.
Why: Girl, you got some shiny hair.
Where: Salon Vanity, 1126 Walnut St., 2nd fl. (215-925-2211).
The Sexual Life of Savages
What: Multimedia celebration of our baser functions, courtesy of lit-pop group The Absinthe Drinkers.
Why: Baudelaire, Shakespeare, Hank Williams, and original music.
When: Thurs., 7:30 p.m.; Fri., 7:30 & 10 p.m.
Where: Factory 1241, 1241 Carpenter St. (215-413-1318).