Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave., Oaks. Noon-7 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Free. 973-209-6067, www.notjustrockexpo.com.
ONE OF A KIND
For shoppers who like the more personal touch, the Handmade in Philadelphia sale is a collection of gifts made by local artists. While the focus is on pottery, other media will be represented from Lorri Primavera's jewelry to Anna Roantree's intricate weaving.
Ethical Society, 1906 Rittenhouse Square, 1st Floor, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free, 215-735-3456, handmadeinphiladelphia.com.
A JERSEY 'HALLMARK'
Oscar winner Martin Landau appears to be having a great time with the role of the late South Jersey rabbi Albert Lewis in the latest Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation, Have a Little Faith. Whether viewers will have an equally good time depends on just how fond they are of Mitch Albom's brand of sentiment. Based on the best-seller, Albom's first non-fiction book since Tuesdays with Morrie, it stars "The West Wing's" Bradley Whitford as Albom, who spent part of his childhood in Haddon Township. It pairs the story of his relationship with a towering figure from his childhood with the story of Detroit criminal-turned-preacher named Henry Covington (Laurence Fishburne).
"Have a Little Faith," 9 p.m. Sunday, 6ABC.
Globe-hopping, Philly-based jazz guitarist Pat Martino is in the mood to celebrate. His life story, featuring quite the dramatic comeback, is now yours to relive in Martino's book Here and Now. Plus there's a well-received new live album that he'll also be happy to sign between sets.
Chris' Jazz Cafe, 1421 Sansom St., 8 and 10 tonight and tomorrow, $30, 215-568-3131, chrisjazzcafe.com.
Gotta love the concept - a bunch of DJs burning down the house the night after Turkey Day. Whatcha gonna call it? Dancegiving! Spinners include Wolfgang Gartner, Porter Robinson, Dubstef and more.
Electric Factory, 7th and Willow streets, 8 tonight, $40, 215-627-1332, electricfactory.info.
Nu-disco duo Holy Ghost offers bubbly beats, bell-like keyboards, boyish vocals and matching poppy-tronic tunes. Jessica 6, Midnight Magic and Eli Escobar are on tap, too.
Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St., 8 tonight, $15 (all ages), 215-232-2100, www.utphilly.com.
SHE AIN'T HEAVY
One of the pioneers of acid jazz - singing and dancing with the British-based Brand New Heavies - N'Dea Davenport is still into cocktail mixes of groove pop and soul, though now with electronic beats and dub rhythms thrown in.
Upstairs at World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St., 8 and 10:30 tonight, $25, 215-222-1400, worldcafelive.com.
SLICE OF STEVE
Always one of the most distinctive of troubadours, Steve Forbert's winsome, raspy voice finally fits his age. And the prolific songwriter's new tunes remain impeccable - poignant, insightful and full of good humor.
Tin Angel, 20 S. 2nd St., 7:30 tonight and tomorrow, $25, 215-928-0978, www.tinangel.com.
The Allman Bros band cranks the jammin' blues, rock and country. Tonight, they're re-creating the "Live at the Fillmore" double LP that first made 'em stars. Sure beats turkey leftovers.
Tower Theater, 69th and Ludlow streets, 7:30 tonight and tomorrow, $49.50-$125. 800-745-3000, www.livenation.com.
A SHORE THING
With a newly released career overview album package, Paul Simon is sure to keep the customers satisfied with hits in this holiday visit to Atlantic City.
Mark Etess Arena, Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, 8 p.m. tomorrow, $49 and $76, 800-745-3000, www.livenation.com.
SWEET 'N' SOUR
The dudes of Breathe Carolina jump between cheery electronic dance pop and screaming metallic rage, often in the course of a single song. More perverse - they're from Denver. With Big Chocolate, Somersault Sunday.
First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St. 7:30 p.m. Sunday, $13, $15, 215-821-7575, r5productions.com.
Young troupe . . . AND Company Theatre presents its sophomore production, "Son of a Preacher Man" by Vascola Stoney, a straight play featuring a healthy helping of music. The show explores themes of judgment, expectation, homosexuality and infidelity within a church community and as they are played out between a father and son. Andre Brown, . . . AND's founder, artistic director and star of the show, draws from his experience as the son of a preacher.
Christ Church Neighborhood House Theatre, 20 N. American St., today through Dec. 4, $10-20, 609-891-7555, andcompanytheatre.org.
"What I am doing here?" is the question that follows the characters of the intimate musical "Ordinary Days," which follows four New Yorkers - a newly cohabitating couple, a distraught grad student and a wayward artist. 11th Hour Theatre Company brings the show to Philly for the first time, with three company regulars - founders Michael Philip O'Brien and Steve Pacek, plus Alex Keiper - and Barrymore award-winner Whitney Bashor.
Skybox at the Adrienne, 2030 Sansom St., today through Dec. 11, $15-$30, 267-987-9865, 11thhourtheatrecompany.org.
Philly has a quite a few winter traditions that we can count on: the Mummers, the Wanamaker organ holiday concerts, the fact that some bankrupt sportscaster will talk about how we threw snowballs at Santa. Let's add 1812 Productions' "This is the Week that Is," now in its sixth year. Their annual song-and-dance showcase takes cues from current events to round up the year. Come for the topical comedy, but stay for Patsy, the South Philly philosopher who spreads the gospel from 7th and Shunk.
Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey St., today through Dec. 31, $20-36, 215-592-9560, 1812productions.org.
DIRTY WORK AFOOT
"Monty Python and the Holy Grail" only gets better with age and multiple viewings. This weekend's screening brings an opportunity to show the film to newbies, because angels playing trumpets with their butts is much funnier writ large.
The Colonial Theatre, 227 Bridge St., Phoenixville, 5 p.m. and 9 tonight; 5 p.m. Sunday, $5-$8, 610- 917-1228, thecolonialtheatre.com.
Laurie T. Conrad, Molly Eichel, Ellen Gray and Jonathan Takiff contributed to this calendar.