Featuring: Gallery Hop, beer tastings and a "Better Call Saul" viewing party

The weather looks promising for a February Gallery Hop, but we're far more stoked to check out these refreshingly fun Valentine's Day cars at Rivet Gallery.

Beerfest might've passed, but that's plenty of options to quench your thirst this weekend, from tasting to pairings to a sour party. As always, here's what I'd do this weekend if I could be everywhere all the time.


Battle Trance at It Looks Like It's Open

You had me at "saxophone quartet that plays ambient/world music/avant-garde jazz/black metal/classical." Truthfully, I was initially skeptical when the group's publicist emailed me three weeks ago seeking coverage. That cynicism faded quickly once I pressed play on the group's Bandcamp page, because, for real, this ish is totally one-hundred-percent badass.

Blue Jackets vs. Blues at Nationwide Arena

CD102.5's Jilted Lovers Local Showcase feat. Friendly Faux, Vis A Vis and Low Men at Skully's Music-Diner

Bob Marley Birthday Tribute at Brothers Drake Meadery & Bar

Frontier Ruckus and Dolfish Duo at Rumba Cafe

Feature Films, Comrade Question and The Kyle Sowashes at Spacebar

"The Voices" at Gateway Film Center

Explore Columbus' burgeoning craft soda scene with these five-to-try

Get your upscale tacos on at Nada

The Wind & The Sea w/ Lemon Sky, Narrow/Arrow and Bummers at Double Happiness


Lost in the Woods New Belgium Sour Party at St. James Tavern

Give that tired old IPA a rest for an evening and discover the wonders of sours. Hopefully, you already have your ticket to this sold-out private event, but if not, here's hoping some sours are leftover when the bar opens to the public at 7.

"Timbuktu" at Wexner

Barely Eagle, Surfer and Ipps at Spacebar

Get Right at Skully's Music-Diner

Grandview High Gravity Hullabaloo beer tasting at 945 W. Burrell Ave. near Grandview Yard

Columbus Winter Farmers Market at Whetstone Community Center

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at Studio 35

Check out the art at The Joseph

Peruse Valentine Card art at Rivet Gallery during Gallery Hop

Spice things up with Kolache Republic's Turn Up the Heat menu


#MobilePhotoNow at Columbus Museum of Art

Still suspicious of mobile photography's artistic merits? I can't make any promises, but I'd bet your mind changes after viewing the Columbus Museum of Art's latest exhibit, which just so happens to be the largest collection of mobile photography ever assembled in a museum.

Too Many Cooks: Cajun Cooking with Doc of Cajohns at Wild Goose Creative

"Better Call Saul" at Gateway Film Center

"The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" on HBO