Things to do for April 06, 2016

The Weekender

It’s Important That You Bone Up on Baseball, Jackson Hole and a Sneaky Dating App

Buy weekend some peanuts and Cracker Jack.

This Sporting Club: No Longer Private
WELL PLAYED, OLD SPORT

This Sporting Club: No Longer Private

Good news: Jackson Hole’s formerly private Snake River Sporting Club is now open to the rest of the world’s population, and it’s got fly-fishing, golf, horseback riding, paddleboarding... pretty much any other sport you’d want it to have. More good news: it looks like this.

Oyster Trails Worth Embarking Upon
RAISE SHELL

Oyster Trails Worth Embarking Upon

Some coasts are filled with a gratuitous amount of oyster shacks, farms and bars for your general oyster-consuming amusement. These are those coasts. And for all your other mollusk-related needs, here’s our Oyster Guide. There are so many champagne cocktails and tiny forks in your future. So many.

Careful. You Just Swiped Right on Her... and Her Friends.
BIG BROTHER’S SISTER IS WATCHING

Careful. You Just Swiped Right on Her... and Her Friends.

So, this dating app... it’s sort of like Tinder. Except women can invite their friends into your conversation to secretly comment on your banter. And you won’t know it’s happening. And it’s called Boompi. And we’re actually completely serious.

Behold This Trio of Fine Sales
SALES IN COMPARISON

Behold This Trio of Fine Sales

Roden Gray: Wool sweaters. Cashmere sweaters. Henleys and hoodies and... just get in there already.
Billy Reid: The code “FAM25” will get you an additional 25% off some stuff.
Need Supply Co.: Also doing 25% off sitewide with the code “FAMILY25.” Seems to be the thing to do.

On Degas, Joy Formidable and Profound Baseball Literature
THE UD FIVE

On Degas, Joy Formidable and Profound Baseball Literature

And here’s the UD Five: where we share what we’re most excited to watch, listen to and binge on this weekend. This week, we jam to the new Joy Formidable album, check out a MoMA Degas exhibit and read up on the most valuable commodity in baseball... Which, yes, is exactly what you think it is.

Elsewhere on the Daddy

More Weekenders