Not about to be shut in by a little snow this weekend? This round-up is for you.
SHINER night at The Malted Barley
Friday February 10th :: 6pm-9pm :: 334 Westminster Street :: FREE
for a special pint night! With the purchase of a Shiner’s beverage receive a free pint glass, along with other giveaways throughout the night.
FREE UP FRIDAY W/ DJ MOY at THE SALON (UPSTAIRS)
Friday February 10th :: 10PM:: 57 EDDY ST :: FREE
VDAY Special at Ellie’s Bakery
10th, 11th, 13th, 14th :: 7am – 5pm :: 61 Washington St
One stop shop for Valentine’s Gifts! Join Ellie’s for a fab latte, a tasty treat for your beau, and gorgeous bouquets from Flowers by Semia.
Trunk Sale at Craftland
February 11th 11am :: February 12th 12pm :: 212 Westminster Street
Meredith will be offering a 3-minute makeover to give you a new look this Valentine’s Day. Come learn about Beautycounter, safe beauty and bath products that are great for you and your family.
On Sunday, from 12pm-4pm, meet and print with Dan Wood of DWRI. Check out their amazing letterpress goods!
The Stunt Queen Tour w/ Mykki Blanco and Cakes Da Killa at AURORA
Saturday February 11th :: 9:00PM :: 276 Westminster Street :: $20
It’s been almost five years since New Jersey’s Cakes Da Killa first popped up with his aggressively gay, breathlessly rapped Easy Bake Oven EP. Debut single “Whistle (Beat It Up)” referenced golden showers, protein facials, face sitting, and all manner of other things that might, uh, alienate him from other male rappers. This past October Mr. Da Killa released his first full-length album, a brief but frantic collection called Hedonism that finds him targeting a more mainstream audience. (Adult Swim and Red Bull promoted the animated video for “New Phone (Who Dis),” which is no less gay but only like 20% as raunchy as earlier efforts.) Cakes is touring with rapper Mykki Blanco, whose recent single “High School Never Ends” is a symphonic epic – literally, the song features the string section from the Paris Opera.