Friday Roundup: Rock & Roll Photo Exhibit Opens, Brooklyn’s Newest Pub, Halloween Party at the Bowling Alley

“Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present” opens today and will expose the “soul and creativity” of artists like Bob Dylan, Tina Turner, Elvis Presley, U2, and Led Zeppelin through photos taken behind the scenes, at live concerts, and in the studio. [BrooklynMusuem]

Philadelphia launches a cultural and heritage centric website to draw more African-Americans to the city of brotherly love. [Jaunted]

The British, Irish, American fusion kitchen opens this Saturday at a contemporary English pub in Park Slope. [TimeOutNY]

A solidly fun alternative to dragging your cape from party to club to bar on Halloween is to head to Brooklyn Bowl for, well, bowling and live entertainment, including a Michael Jackson tribute and Sex Pistol songs. [NYT]

“Punk ballerina” Karole Armitage and her Armitage Gone! Dance company return to BAM in early November with the US premiere of Itutu. [BAM]