Feldshuh narrates and appears in a film about Golda Meir in the museum's Only in America Gallery/Hall of Fame.
* Steel Panther, the '80s hair-metal parody rockers, brought 93.3 WMMR morning host Preston Elliott onstage at their sold-out show at TLA (334 South) Thursday to play drums on their cover of Van Halen's version of the Kinks' "You Really Got Me."
Eagles fullback Owen Schmitt was headbanging in the crowd, which also included Sandra Bullock homewrecker Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, in town for a pillow fight Friday. McGee flashed her breasts to the crowd from the stage.
Child actor's 'One Life'
Plymouth Meeting's Patrick Gibbons Jr.
has had a regular role on "One Life to Live" for about a year. The 6-year-old, who plays Sam Manning on the soap, will last be seen on Thursday's episode. The long-running soap ends for good on Friday.
Gibbons' older sister Anna, 16, is an actress herself, and a producer saw her hanging around the set with her brother and decided to put her in a scene on Wednesday's episode. Patrick, meanwhile, has earned rave reviews from head writer Ron Carlivati in Soap Opera Digest.
'Today' talk at Drexel
Former "Today" host Jane Pauley
and Steve Friedman
, executive producer, will join author Stephen Battaglio
, who wrote From Yesterday to Today
, about the 60-years-running NBC morning show, at Drexel University's Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 23 to talk about the program.
Karen Curry, executive director of the Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Media Studies at Drexel, will moderate the panel discussion taking place at the Bossone Research Center (3140 Market). The talk is free and open to the public; Battaglio's From Yesterday to Today is $30.
For more information, visit www.drexel.edu/westphal or call 215-895-1029.
Dishing on dance
The African American Museum in Philadelphia (7th & Arch) and the Literary Cafe present A Conversation with Joan Myers Brown
and Brenda Dixon Gottschild
from 6 to 8 tonight at the museum. Brown, longtime artistic director of the Philadelphia Dance Company, will discuss her career with Gottschild, who wrote about her in the new book Joan Myers Brown & The Audacious Hope of the Black Ballerina: A Biohistory of American Performance
, which will be available for purchase at the event.
For info, call 215-878-2665.
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