Things to do for November 12, 2014

The Weekender

An Open Bar and DJs with Boxes on Their Heads. Huh.

All the news that’s fit to weekend.

Thursday
A 3-Day Oakleaf & Acorn Pop-Up. Smile.
OAK’S ON YOU

A 3-Day Oakleaf & Acorn Pop-Up. Smile.

John from Oakleaf & Acorn will be hanging out at a Westside furniture showroom tomorrow through Saturday. But go tomorrow. That way you can grab a whiskey cider drink along with all the ceramic flasks, leather card cases, bison-skin gloves and pickled carrots you desire. Pickled carrots, people.

Beard Trims. Open Bar. Gant. Hallman.
ACCESS GANTED

Beard Trims. Open Bar. Gant. Hallman.

Maybe don’t shave tomorrow morning. Unless, of course, you want to miss out on a gratis beard trim from the Trophy Room Barber Shop guy while enjoying a vodka-something from an open bar and checking out blazers and chinos and things from Bill Hallman’s new Gant collection. Then shave.

20 Years Ago, Tongue & Groove Erupted
FOREVER TONGUE

20 Years Ago, Tongue & Groove Erupted

Last year, Tongue & Groove turned 19. Which means that this year it turns 20. Which means that when you show up tomorrow, expect to find a red carpet, fire jugglers, acrobats and Italian DJs with boxes on their heads. Not sure. They just have boxes on their heads.

Saturday
Dozens of Beers. Two Stages. One You.
HOPPING BLOCK

Dozens of Beers. Two Stages. One You.

Since you know how beer festivals work, we won’t bog you down with the details. Just wanted to make sure you knew that there’s about to be 30 Georgia breweries and a few bands setting up on Ponce this weekend. Let us know if you need anything else.

Art from the Clash’s Former Promoter
VINYL DESTINATION

Art from the Clash’s Former Promoter

Kosmo Vinyl. Great guy. Worked at London’s Stiff Records. Worked with the Clash. And now... well, now he’s making pop art collages. About that: his American debut exhibit starts Saturday with a private viewing, so you should probably RSVP for that. Because, again, his name is Kosmo Vinyl.

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