What: The user-friendly app centralizes concert information by city (Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco, with more to follow soon), letting you buy tickets right from your phone.
Why: Last-minute flash offers mean you may never deal with scalpers again.
Where: Available at getapp.thrillcall.com, free.
What: This week the look-good/do-good eyewear service launches a capsule collection of shades inspired by design hubs in New York and San Francisco.
Why: The $99 price tag includes a donation to one of five charities, ranging from animal sheltering to breast cancer research.
Where: Available at mezzmer.com.
Tiny Beautiful Things
What: Once-anonymous columnist Cheryl Strayed (see: cult-followed site The Rumpus) compiles her top Dear Sugar posts and new material into a funny/touching/wise new tome released on the heels of her runaway-hit memoir, Wild.
Why: Chapters such as “How to Get Unstuck” and “Write like a Motherfu@&er” read like quarter-life crisis lifelines.
Where: Available at amazon.com, $10.
Kitten & the Bear
What: The small-batch New Jersey jam brand’s inventive flavors (strawberry, rose, and honey; blueberry, blackberry, and chai) hook you with the first taste.
Why: Spread the love.
Where: Available at kittenandthebear.com, $10.
Adidas Originals x Opening Ceremony
What: The global style destination debuts an Olympics-driven virtual pop-up just in time for the summer games craze.
Why: Hot pink jelly oxfords and peplum tops and dresses toe the line between high fashion and athletic wear fabulousness.
Where: Available at openingceremony.us, $75-$630.
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