Your Perks: 1) An umbrella that’s rip-proof, weightless and practically built for “historic” winter storms. 2) A high-precision fitness band that analyzes your every move. Tell your personal trainer he’s fired. 3) Chanel. Chocolates. Steak dinner. Basically everything your Valentine’s Day requires.
Things to do for January 29, 2015
500 Beers, Actual Cougars and, Yes, Football
Heads or weekends?
You. Your Date. Models. Champagne.
A little appreciation of art and culture never hurt anyone. Neither did champagne. Which is why you and a date will be at a gallery opening tonight that features runway photography from the Fashion Weeks of New York, Milan and Paris, including the models who walked them. Again, there’s champagne.
Dear Jack Spade, You Shouldn’t Have
Today’s forecast: cold. Clothing needed: warm. Where you’ll find it: Westside. It’s as if Jack Spade fell out of the up-to-60%-off tree and hit ev... we’ll stop. But go there. And when you leave, take the Barnett car coat or the Spencer crewneck sweater with you. Also, pay for it.
Elvis and Live Cougars at the Fox
If you are at all into live music, historic venues, rock songs, legendary songs, pompadours, actual cougars, blue suede anything or people who dress up and act like other people, then you should probably attend Elvis Lives at the Fox.
That One Big Game. Also, 500 Beers.
There are many ways to drink beer and watch the Super Bowl. And getting yourself to World of Beer this Sunday is definitely one of them. It’s the accurately monikered location where you’ll watch football on a gigantic projection screen and have access to 500 beers. Last part’s important.
Little Valentine’s Day Advice Here
The Ritz is starting this thing called “14 Days of Chocolate” on Sunday. First up, a chocolate football brunch for game day. From there, it’s anything from chocolate cotton candy day to chocolate spa treatment day to other things scientifically proven to not make Valentine’s dates mad.