What: Up your tennis game with new classes ($22 for one, $204 for a month) designed to improve range of motion, swing speed, accuracy, and endurance on Georgia’s only kinesis wall.
Why: Or opt for the Pinnacle Pump ($12 per class) gym party, a total-body workout on the wall while a DJ spins.
When: Tennis classes, Mon. & Wed., 8 a.m. & noon; Fri., 8 a.m. Pinnacle Pump, Sat., 9:30 a.m.
Where: 3215 Cains Hill Pl., Buckhead (404-228-3705).
The Goods Bakery
What: Laura Polmear pairs unlikely flavors for eats like spiced ginger cupcakes with peanut butter filling and tart lime frosting, and cinnamon and bacon pull-apart bread.
Why: Red velvet whoopie pies and OMG cookie bars (dark and white chocolate with Heath Bar pieces) for the more traditional.
When: You want to spice it up.
Where: To order for delivery, call 678-231-6862 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. More info online at facebook.com.
What: Everyone knows you’re extremely skilled at thumbing an electronic greeting. Surprise them with a real-life sentiment, envelope and all.
Why: “Sent from my iPhone” doesn’t wield the same charm as a Santa stamp.
When: You care enough to use a pen.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
Three Blind Wolves
What: Your search for new music ends with the electrifying indie rock/folk band from Scotland as they begin their first U.S. tour.
Why: Download their acoustic album, The Maybe Forest, for free (and prepare for a lot more rocking at the show).
When: Fri., 7 p.m.
Where: The Masquerade, 695 North Ave., Old Fourth Ward (404-577-8178). Tickets ($8.50) online at ticketmaster.com.
Day of the Dead Show
What: Tweet Design hosts an art exhibit of awe-inspiring (and slightly creepy) handcrafted mini coffins in honor of the Mexican holiday. Costumes encouraged.
Why: Live music by Grinder Nova, festive eats from Good Food Truck, beer and wine, and (our favorite part) coffin cornhole.
When: Thru Nov. 27. Opening party, Sat., 7-10 p.m.
Where: Young Blood Gallery & Boutique, 636 N. Highland Ave., Poncey-Highland (404-254-4127).
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