What You're Doing Tonight: March 23

A foodie benefit, songstress Rachael Yamagata and a Bible-based new play

FEED THE WORLD: The fourth annual World Festival, a culinary star-studded benefit for the Common Threads organization, takes place at the Museum of Contemporary Art tonight. A who's who of the restaurant industry will be on hand for the event, including mistress of ceremonies Gail Simmons of "Food & Wine" magazine and Bravo's "Top Chef." 6-9PM, $250-$500.

SEDUCTIVE SONGSTRESS: Songbird on the rise Rachael Yamagata appears at the intimate Park West tonight. Yamagata is touring in support of her alternatingly gentle and hard-edged album "Elephants...Teeth Sinking Into Heart." The opening act is Wisconsin-based Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons. 7:30PM, $16.

OLD TESTAMENT, THE REMIX: Check out the opening night of "Bible B-Sides," a multimedia show based on lesser-known, often humorous and sometimes tragic passages from the Old Testament as adapted by Sinnerman Ensemble director Matt Miller. At the Viaduct Theatre, 7PM, $20.

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