What To Do Tonight

Victor's picks for Tuesday: David Sedaris, Orson Welles, and Bobby Flay feeds you In West Philly

Here’s what you need to know about tonight: NPR nerd David Sedaris does funniness at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, which, in case you forgot, is only 40 minutes away (post-rush hour) — and the show starts at 8 p.m., so totally doable, though you may have to eat Chick-fil-A in the car ($41-$67); Somali (via Canada) songster K’Naan — whose bouncy tune “Wavin’ Flag” recently closed out the Winter Olympics — is at the Troc ($25), while psychedelic combo Serena Maneesh shows up at Kung Fu Necktie all the way from Norway in support of their just-released (and well-received) album No. 2: Abyss In B Minor, which was, of course, recorded in a cave ($12); the Bryn Mawr Film Institute begins its monthlong exploration of cinematic genius Orson Welles; and celeb-chef Bobby Flay debuts his burger spot in West Philly.