Things to do for October 12, 2016

Hello, Sweetgreen. Glad You Could Finally Make It.

You’ll Need Sustenance for Sharktoberfest and Your Trip to This Marin Music Fest

By Lauren Sloss

The weekend’s gonna need a bigger boat.

Wednesday
Let’s Get You in Some Not-Costly Japanese Denim
LIVING ON THE EDGE

Let’s Get You in Some Not-Costly Japanese Denim

Let’s say you enjoy Japanese denim, flight jackets and indigo-dyed flannels. That would make so much sense. And let’s say you enjoy it when Self Edge makes those and many other things cost way less than they normally would via a huge online warehouse sale. That would be your cue.

Thursday
Hello, Sweetgreen. Glad You Could Make It.
THE SWEETEST THING

Hello, Sweetgreen. Glad You Could Make It.

We finally got a Sweetgreen. You know, that handsome, healthy, quick-serve establishment that you’ve admired from afar all this time. There are brussels sprouts. There’s goat cheese. There are other things that are delicious in salad or bowl form. There is not poutine.

Saturday
Live Music on the Water Sounds Nice
MARIN IT TO WIN IT

Live Music on the Water Sounds Nice

Marin. You’ve been there. It’s got hills. It’s got waterfront views. It’s got a Rod & Gun Club where, this Saturday, a new music festival is taking place. There will be beer and food trucks and, ideally, sunshine and happiness. Also, music. Music is the point.

Like Shark Week, Only in Real Life
SHARKS AND RECREATION

Like Shark Week, Only in Real Life

Here’s a thing that’s a pretty cool thing that’s basically Shark Week in real life. It’s filled with talks from shark experts, harrowing tales about surfing with sharks, opportunities to touch real sharks, plus opportunities to eat food and drink beer. It’s called Sharktoberfest, and it is magic.

Monday
Get Some Work Done. Have Some Pizza. Carry On with Your Life.
OFFICE SPACE

Get Some Work Done. Have Some Pizza. Carry On with Your Life.

Sometimes you just need a nice, quiet place to work. One with fast wi-fi, comfortable seats and a cohesive sense of design that reflects both creativity and ingenuity. Bonus points for having a Pizzeria Delfina next door. So, right, here’s Canopy, a new Pac Heights coworking space that checks those very specific boxes.

Opens Oct 17, Canopy, 2193 Fillmore St (at Sacramento), 415-604-3330

Lauren Sloss requires a climate that allows her to wear motorcycle boots daily. She likes her bourbon neat and her martinis dirty, and would like to be the lead singer of a punk rock band when she grows up.

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