No crybabies.EATProsciutto Arugula PizzaWhat: New Italian restaurant NoVi serves this not-to-be-missed pie (along with sixteen others) cooked on a wood-fire grill, along with a variety of salads (blackened steak) and entrees (homemade gnocchi). Why: Flour power.When: Mon.-Thurs., 4-10 p.m.; Fri., noon-10 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.Where: 2001 Hamilton St. (215-563-6363).Divan Turkish KitchenWhat: After ousting his former partner, owner Ilker Ugur is back in the kitchen dreaming up authentic, perfectly spiced dishes. Try his mother’s homemade baklava. Why: You’re no turkey.When: Daily, noon-10 p.m.Where: 918 S. 22nd St. (215-545-5790).DRINKLa Última PalabraWhat: Apo’s newest drink is a take on classic cocktail The Last Word — with tequila, chartreuse, pink peppercorn, and a hint of basil.Why: It tastes like fall.When: Wed.-Sat., 5 p.m.-2 a.m.; Sun., 5 p.m.-midnight.Where: 102 S. 13th St. (215-735-7500).DANCEBroadzilla DJs What: Making Time’s infamous local DJ outfit spins rare remixes and dancy tunes with special guests Pilooski (Paris) and Finger on the Pulse (NYC).Why: One more time with hot pants.When: Fri., 9 p.m.Where: Silk City, 435 Spring Garden St. (215-592-8838).SEETell AllWhat: A retrospective introducing the work of prolific 92-year-old Marie Ulmer, who created watercolors, etchings, and woodcuts during her time at U Arts. Why: Go, go, Grandma.When: Opening reception, Thurs., 5-8 p.m.Where: University of the Arts, Anderson Hall, 333 S. Broad St., 8th flr.