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Weekend event picks: Christmas house tours, brunch with Santa & more!

Here are our weekend picks to keep on your radar:

"Right now, there is just so much that I need to do as a mother, as a wife, to prepare us for the life ahead."

It's mostly from the point of view of his wife, Marisa.

In special programs on Saturday and Sunday, the church will open "The Old York Road to Freedom," a permanent exhibition commemorating the Underground Railroad, the secret system by which slaves were smuggled to freedom.

This weekend, St. Paul's Elkins Park, a historic Episcopal church in Cheltenham, will celebrate the role of the church and the locale in hastening the dawn of freedom for African Americans in the United States.

Murray leads "A Very Murray Christmas," a new hour-long Netflix special that streams Friday.

Ah, the holiday season is upon us. And perhaps the best way to usher it in is with a drunk Bill Murray.

Joe Sixpack has just what you're looking for - from bottle openers to worldwide travel.

If you're looking to stuff a stocking with something a little more special than a sixpack (not that there's anything wrong with a sixpack, hint-hint), Joe Sixpack has just what you're looking for - from bottle openers to worldwide travel.

Don’t shave your mustache just yet. Frankford Hall teams up with the Movember Foundation to host a party tomorrow:

Get your beer fixings in before (and after) Christmas with these thirst-quenching events.

Today in Philly: Yuletide Cheers and Beers Tippler's tour, Space Jam at The Barbary:

A few ways to spend your week in (and out of) Philly.

Today in Philly: Saint Benjamin Brewing dinner at La Peg, 'A Christmas Story' at the Walnut Street Theatre.

A few ways to spend your week in (and out of) Philly.

The unlikely pair, dubbed "Fall Out Boyz II Men" by host Jimmy Kimmel, performed on Monday night’s airing of the show and stayed true to the song’s original melody.

"There's always going to be young, creative people that want a home for their community, to just hang out and exchange ideas. I hope that part of what we do will never die."

The name doesn't mean much.

In "Real Rob," Schneider plays a slightly fictionalized version of himself.

Purveyors of quality television have been relying on singular personalities not only to star in shows but to create them and be their defining voice. Some of the best TV of 2015 - FX's Louie starring Louis CK; Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer; and Netflix's Master of None, written by Alan Yang an…

What live shows we're seeing this month!

What we're checking out this month!

For the first Philadelphia location, the Beltway-based Peruvian chicken quick-serve chose a storefront not 60 feet from the busy Boston Market on City Ave.

Tasty chicken that's marinated and then charcoal broiled.