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You’re more than likely familiar with our weekend guide, but there’s still a lot to mark down on ye olde calendrier during the weekdays. Hence this pocket guide! We’ll cover everything from tunes to books to art to…you name it, basically; if it’s virtual, and good, we’re gonna talk about it:

Tuesday September 8th

  • The US Open continues on ESPN today; it’s the quarter-finals, so we’ve got Jennifer Brady against Yulia Putintseva at noon ET, followed by Borna Coric against Sascha Zverev at 1:15pm ET*, then Pablo Carreno Busta against Denis Shapovalov at 8:15pm ET, and lastly, Naomi Osaka against Shelby Rogers at 9pm ET*.
  • (Or if you’re more into soccer, the UEFA Nations League continues today on NBC Sports ft. matches between Sweden and Portugal, Denmark and England, Belgium and Iceland and more. Coverage starts at noon ET.)
  • In terms of tunes, Mirah’s back at it again on NoonChorus tonight performing songs from C’mon Miracle at 8pm ET; tickets are $15.
  • More into d-d-d-d-dancin’? Catch Eli Escobar via Elseworld TV at 7pm ET.
  • Or if you’re more into music-based conversations, catch Shura speaking with Austra over on Twitch starting at 5pm ET.
  • Speaking of conversations, Roxane Gay will be speaking about The Selected Works of Audre Lorde with Alexis De Veaux starting at 8pm ET for Politics & Prose. (Suggested donation of $5+.)

Wednesday September 9th

Thursday September 10th

  • Catch L.A. Witch’s album release party on DICE tonight starting at 10pm ET; tickets are $11.30 a pop.
  • At 7pm ET, meanwhile, Roxane Gay will be joined by Mahogany L. Browne, Saeed Jones and Porsha Olayiwola for a reading and conversation about The Selected Works of Audre Lorde. Tickets are $15.
  • For soccer vibes, the UEFA Nations League picks back up at noon ET with matches between Spain and Switzerland, Ukraine and Germany, Ireland and Wales and more. Coverage starts at 9am ET via NBC Sports.
  • Or maybe you’re more into the occult, in which case take Catland’s monthly Lunar Witchcraft class; tickets are $15, starts at 7pm ET.

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