When you aren’t sweating about the possibility of the 0-4 Golden Eagles breaking out the triple option against the Broncos …
1. GO TO THE BEACH
Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House — whose latest album, “Bloom,” has been hailed by critics as one of the year’s best — floats into the Egyptian Theatre tonight. If you’re looking for a different sort of heavy, behold classic American doom-metal band Saint Vitus (who also happen to be very nice guys) tonight at Neurolux.
2. HORRIFY EVERYONE
It’s that time of year again — time to throw toilet paper on people’s heads and eagerly wait to hear the words “Brad Majors” come from an actor’s mouth. Stage Coach Theatre opens ”The Rocky Horror Show” tonight and Saturday and continues the camp through October.
3. KEEP FIDO HAPPY
Don’t irritate your mutt by staying home. Dog owners and their best friends will gather for the 20th annual See Spot Walk bash Saturday. The mile-long cruise through Julia Davis Park culminates with all sorts of activities to keep folks occupied from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
4. CELEBRATE FALL
Harvest festivals are in full gear around the Treasure Valley. Check out the Idaho Botanical Garden’s party on Saturday and Sunday with a miniature hay maze, live music, hay rides, a farmers market, beer, wine and more. Or head to the Harvest Festival Street Fair and Festival today and Saturday in Emmett, or shop at the Fall Festival at the Eagle Saturday Market.
5. SEE ART. IN A BAR.
No music at the Knitting Factory on a Saturday? No prob. Dozens of local artists will showcase their work at Art in the Bar VII, which transforms the concert venue into a miniature gallery stroll.
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