We can dig it.
What: Click and pick through family farm-grown goods from Vermont goat country, Washington apple orchards, and everywhere in between.
Why: Always get the first (and freshest) harvests, thanks to adopt-a-farm options and warehouse-free shipping.
Where: Available at americasfarmstand.com, $6-$60.
What: The scarce-in-the-states Japanese brand finally pushes its cult-loved lightweight puffers and slim-fitting, fast fashion classics to the Web.
Why: Peruse affordable premium denim, double-breasted wool trenches, and more.
Where: Available at uniqlo.com, $10-$200.
What: Tour the nation’s best-loved seafood shacks, barbecue joints, and biscuit counters in a single spot — anything on the site can be shipped to your door.
Why: Shop by region (Northeastern crab cakes and lobster rolls, Chicago deep-dish pizza joints) or food obsession du jour (Serendipity’s frozen hot chocolate party boxes are selling fast).
Where: Available at goldbely.com, $10 and up.
The Boyscouts Jewelry
What: Industrial-style baubles fashioned from jumper rings, colored rope jumbles, and more.
Why: Head wraps/neck ties, three-piece leather pouch sets, and tons of wear-with-anything brass and precious metal trinkets to satisfy your fashion troop.
Where: Available at theboyscouts.com, $55-$260.
Hush Hush: Stories
What: Pushcart Prize winner Steven Barthelme’s novella mash-up is filled with tales of winning some, losing more, and getting back up again for no good reason.
Why: Consider it highbrow for the lowdown.
Where: Available at amazon.com, $12.
DailyCandy’s 2012 Halloween Playlist
What: Incite a live monster mash with fresh tracks and creepy-cool classics.
Why: Get down and dirty with Sleigh Bells and Sonic Youth.
Where: Download here; listen wherever.
Photo: Courtesy of America’s Farmstand