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Sep 23, 2011
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Ease up on the gas, and let’s slow things down a little as we greet the last weekend of September. Here’s what you can check out:[firstpara] Zero In’s Open Call Art Festival
Who says art has to stay within the confines of secretive art spaces?

Zero In brings art closer to the people as they present the “Open Call Art Festival,” a mall exhibit that’s free-of-charge and open to the public.

The event will be hosted at the SM Mall of Asia, at the main entrance atrium, where five private museums—the Ateneo Art Gallery, Ayala Museum, Bahay Tsinoy, Lopez Museum and Museo Pambata—will be exhibiting art in many different forms. The event happens on September 23, and 24.

Visit Zero In’s official website to check out what performances and exhibits will be put on show.

SM Megamall 3-Day Food Sale
From September 23 to 25, SM Megamall will be holding its first ever Mega 3-Day Food Sale. Intestinal fortitude is all that’s required of you as 91 SM Megamall restaurants participate and offer huge dining discounts to sate your appetite.

Do terms like “Burger all-you-can,” “Dimsum all-you-can,” and “Churros all-you-can” sound appealing to you? Well then, don’t miss this epic mealtime extravaganza! 

Shock & Awe
Of course, after engorging yourself silly with the tasty delights at Megamall, you’d probably want to burn off some of those calories.

Why not rock out to the likes of Kjwan, Wilabaliw, Hijo, Head & Mr. Karl Roy at The Southern Project’s Shock & Awe? Happening on September 24 at the Festival Supermall Gardens Parking Area, 200 pesos gets you in with a free beer!

Check out their Facebook page for more details.

Have a laugh-out-loud weekend
The weekend is not short on laughs and good times as two comedy events happen. On September 23, you can check out Comedy Cartel All Stars at Kalye Timog, featuring standout stand-up comedians Tim Tayag, Alez Calleja, Marlon Olivan, Derf Hebrado, GB Labrador, Victor Anastacio, and more. Kalye Timog is located at Timog Avenue corner Scout Torillo, Quezon City. Check out their Facebook page for more info.

On the following night, one of the land’s funniest men, Willie Nepomuceno will be doing a show at the Music Museum in Greenhills. The event, called “Stop! In The Name of Laugh,” guarantees more than a giggle, and starts at 8:30 PM. For ticket inquiry, please call Ticket World at (63 2) 891-9999.

Jose Rizal and his Dreams: A Look at the National Hero's Dreams
Think you know all about Rizal? Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. Or maybe you’ve to check out the second installment of Yuchengco Museum's September Rizal Lecture Series titled Jose Rizal and his Dreams: A Look at the National Hero's Dreams on September 24, 3 to 5 p.m. at the Yuchengco Museum to find out. Dream counselor and psychotherapist Lucito de Jesus analyzes the dreams of our national hero as recorded in his letters and diaries.

The museum is located at the RCBC Plaza corner Ayala and Sen. Gil Puyat Avenues, Makati City. The lecture comes with museum admission (P100 for adults, P50 for students, and P25 for children and senior citizens).

To register, call 889-1234 or email info@yuchengcomuseum.org.


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WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES
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