To the rescue.
Bou-Cou Survival Bracelets
What: Wearable lifesavers ($12-$18) made of brightly colored, military-grade paracord, which unravels into a tourniquet or fishing line or to set up shelter, etc.
Why: They’re all handmade by a fellow named Drake Hogan — he’s 12.
When: An (accessory) emergency arises.
Where: At etsy.com.
Quiet Hounds Origin Web Concert
What: Watch the local band perform and hear about its humble beginnings from the comfort of your couch.
Why: This tease.
When: Sun., 6-7 p.m.
Where: Purchase tickets ($5) and view at quiethounds.com.
The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill’s Low-Calorie Lunch
What: Grub without the guilt, thanks to quinoa bowl with grilled shrimp ($10), toasted coriander-crusted scallops ($13), grilled Greek chicken sandwich ($9), shrimp and lobster salad plate ($12), and more.
Why: Everything has less than 500 calories.
When: Daily, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: 3279 Roswell Rd., Buckhead (404-474-9508).
Vinyl’s Ten-Year Anniversary Weekend
What: A true jam session with The Quaildogs, Red Letter Agent, Rantings of Eva, The Revels, Best Brothers Band, Low (from Fervor), and more surprise performances.
Why: Good Old War with one of our favorites, Bronze Radio Return, the night before.
When: Good Old War, Fri., 9 p.m. Jam session, Sat., 9 p.m.
Where: 1374 W. Peachtree St. NW, Midtown (404-885-1365). Tickets ($10) at ticketalternative.com or at the door ($12).
Photo: Courtesy of Bou-Cou Jewelry