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Workhaus Co-Working Lodge
What: Can’t afford an office? Take your laptop to the chic space open 24/7 for daily or monthly access.
Why: Day rates are $25; monthly memberships start at $150 (private keypad entry, mag subscriptions, and fridge room are included).
When: Haus calls.
Where: 3723 Greenville Ave.
Barefoot at the Belmont
What: The funky boutique hotel hosts a poolside concert, featuring Denton troubadour Doug Burr and folksy Chicago singer/songwriter Joe Pug.
Why: It’s so popular, only VIP tickets are left. Act quickly — they’re going fast.
When: Thurs., 7:30 p.m.
Where: 901 Fort Worth Ave., Oak Cliff (214-393-2300). Tickets ($30) online at kxt.org.
Free Shipping on Swirl
What: Last chance to get deeply discounted labels like Tart, Bulga, Coralia Leets, and Colette Malouf delivered to your door gratis.
Why: With complimentary returns, you can’t lose.
When: Offer ends tomorrow (July 5).
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Twisted Root Burger Co.
What: In celebration of Independence Day, the shop is serving apple pie milk shakes ($4) and apple peanut butter snow cones ($3).
Why: You’re all twisted inside.
When: Thru July 31.
Where: Locations (minus Deep Ellum) online at twistedrootburgerco.com.
What: Budding, local stationery label with a mod vibe (think Spanish-inspired tile designs, graphic fonts, and bold hues) uses recycled paper and protective biodegradable plastic sleeves; ecofriendly decorative pillows are on the way.
Why: Custom invites and monogrammed pieces, too.
When: It’s in the cards.
Where: Online at charlotterice.com. Prices start at $4.
Photo: Courtesy of Workhaus Co-Working Lodge