Editor's picks: 15 things to do this weekend

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Brrcicle. It's cold out there, but, duh, you know this. If you find yourself knee-deep in cabin fever, here's a buncha stuff you can do. As always, here's what I'd do if I could be everywhere all the time.


"Inherent Vice" at a movie theater

Paul Thomas Anderson's latest is a loose adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's stoner-mystery novel by the same name. Just don't go in expecting to be able to follow everything; you're there for the vibe, man.

Jean-Luc Goddard's "Goodbye to Language 3D" at the Gateway Film Center

"The Great Camera Build Off" at EASE Gallery

Midwest Beat Box Battle

Katherine, SEGA GENOCIDE, Wildhoney, Expert Alterations at The Summit


Get some tacos!

It's not quite as catchy as "Taco Tuesday," but "Taco Saturday" doesn't sound half bad. Why not follow Crave editor Beth Stallings' lead, and eat tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We've got a buncha suggestions for you, like the Short North's latest spot, Condado.

Cadaver Dogs at Rumba Cafe

Nathan Gorgen and Jordin Caudill at ROY G BIV Gallery

Blue Jackets vs. Islanders at Nationwide Arena

Reverend Horton Heat at Skully's Music-Diner

Hank Williams Tribute at Rambling House

Belligerent Kitties Release Party at Kafe Kerouac

"Togetherness" on HBO

I've enjoyed (if not quite loved) everything the Duplass brothers have done. Jesse's review gives me hope I'll enjoy this too. If you're into indie comedies and/or awkwardness (same thing?), you'll probably enjoy this too.

Slurp some soup and a juice at Alchemy Juice Bar + Cafe