Get your pH up
Tim White is a painter. He also writes about other painters, sometimes for this publication, and he puts out a fine periodical ’zine called Western Lore. When he isn’t busy doing that, he plays music in several local bands, including the Sutters Four, the Alamos and Baby Grand. One of those bands is called the Alkali Flats, after the old neighborhood north of downtown. The Flats are slated to play the True Love Coffeehouse on Friday, March 21, sandwiched between Philadelphia singer-songwriter Adam Brodsky and local wonder James Finch Jr. The show starts around 9 p.m.; cover’s $7.