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Thursday Catch Waxahatchee at Ace of Cups

Indie singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield returns to Ace of Cups under the banner of Waxahatchee. The whole lineup is pretty much perfect, rounded out by Pink Wash and Yowler, a project of local treasure Maryn Jones (who previously opened for Waxahatchee with All Dogs).

Get noisy with Wolf Eyes at MINT Catch touring comedian Stewart Huff at Spacebar Help craft "Opening Skinner's Box" Get some fresh air and some film noir with "Touch of Evil" at the Wex Drive-In Friday Get Polynesian in the Short North

The newly opened Tai Tiki Polynesian Grill & Sushi has ties to the late, great Kahiki - owner Tai and Gail Lieu met while working there, and their executive chef is another veteran - so feel free to get lei-ed with fun, rum-based drinks and some surprisingly ambitious dishes.

Hitch a ride on Amy Schumer's "Trainwreck" Celebrate the history of Anyway Records at Art at the Stroll They're heeeeere! Get spooked in Goodale Park with Screen on the Green's "Poltergeist" Pick a local winner at CD102.5's Local Artist Showcase with Electro Cult Circus, Dave Buker & the Historians and Digisaurus Get your '90s fix with Gin Blossoms at the LC Sample the wordplay of Rhode Island rapper Sage Francis Saturday Take "Roll Call" at The Vanderelli Room

If you haven't yet visited the new-ish Franklinton gallery, this exhibit is a perfect chance, as a silent auction is sure to bring out both local artists and art lovers.

Paint some glass at Crafternoons! Try a tasty frozen Mexican treat at Diamonds Sunday Reflect on the State of the Brewnion

Sunday Funday is a nice time to hit a local brewpub and see what Columbus brewers have been up to lately. We've got an update on 22 (!) local breweries in this week's cover storyhere.

Go to "SPACE" to celebrate alternative comics Get saucy at Jazz & Rib Fest