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1/23/2013, 8:58 a.m.
Smokey Robinbson on his Up Close and Personal Tour at The Wilbur Theatre, Boston, Wednesday, Jan. 16. The Wilbur Theatre

Here’s your chance to try out a new restaurant and donate to a worthy organization. Local chefs from more than 15 participating restaurants (including La Morra, Sel de la Terre, Tres Gatos and The Elephant Walk), are donating their time and services to offer a brunch at $25, $35 or $50 per person as part of the 31st annual Super Hunger Brunch taking place on Saturday, Jan. 26 and Sunday, Jan. 27. Proceeds will benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank. For more info visit, www.gbfb.org.

From Jan. 31-Feb. 5, the Boston Jewish Film Festival presents the second annual ReelAbilities Boston Disabilities Film Festival showcasing nine international films about the lives of people with different disabilities from a variety of communities. One of the highlights of the festival is the uplifting documentary “Body and Soul” following three young Mozambicans with physical disabilities. The film explores how they look at themselves and others and raises universal questions about self-acceptance and how to find one’s place in society. Body and Soul screens at the Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday, Feb. 3 at noon. Visit www.bjff.org for more information.

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic return to the House of Blues on Friday, Feb. 8.

World Music/CRASHarts presents the South African a cappella singing group Ladysmith Black Mambazo on Saturday, Feb. 9 at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge.

Renowned drummer, composer, producer, Berklee professor (and Medford native) Terri Lyne Carrington presents her new album “Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue” as part of Berklee’s Signature Music Series on Thursday, Feb. 14 at the Berklee Performance Center.


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