Envelope Record Store Tour

Envelope Record Store Tour

To celebrate the release of his new EP “This Could Go Either Way” — produced by Hugs & Kisses’ Jacoti Sommes and engineered using analog methods by Columbus Discount Recording’s Adam Smith — Envelope is throwing what amounts to a party crossed with a tour crossed with a marathon. This Saturday between noon and 8 p.m., the Clintonville native will perform in eight Columbus record stores: Elizabeth’s Records, Dreadful Sounds, Lost Weekend Records, Johnny Go’s, Used Kids, Roots Records, Magnolia Thunderpussy and Spoonful Records. It’s creative, Columbus-embracing gestures like these that inspire people to paint murals of the guy. —Chris DeVille

Poster art at The Bluestone

Didn’t make it to see Flogging Molly at the LC or The Dirtbombs in Connecticut? No worries. Commemorate epic shows with colorful concert posters designed by Mike Martin of EngineHouse13. You can grab one from him directly at enginehouse13.com or choose from a hefty selection for sale at The Bluestone, 583 E. Broad St. in Downtown. —John Ross

Bandito Design Co.

The Bandito boys screen-print their witty designs onto T-shirts, posters and greeting cards. The company is their creative outlet from design industry day jobs, and the fun they have with the side gig always comes through in the final work. Check them out this Saturday at Craftin’ Outlaws. —Jackie Mantey

Twenty One Pilots

Trying to pick a favorite local band is like trying to pick my favorite child. Currently on the top of the list are Twenty One Pilots and their album “Regional at Best.” The music is imaginative. The lyrics are scathing and accurate in their portrayal of life and pain. The live show will rock your face off. —Alexis Perrone

Cheering on marathoners

Some of us have no athletic ability at all. That doesn’t mean that we can’t join in on the fun of the Columbus Marathon. On Sunday morning, I’ll be eagerly waving a poster and cheering for runners as they make their way through German Village. Join me in showing support, and stake out a spot in advance using the course map at columbusmarathon.com. —Heather Gross