Also on Saturday, at Trolley Stop Market, it's the Holiday Artisan Showcase, from 3 to 8 p.m. Among the items available for purchase: live Christmas wreaths, cookbooks, and gift baskets.
On Sunday, the Brooks Museum of Art is holding its Holiday Artist Market, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This market features goods from some 30 local artists and a cash bar(!). Look for Mary's Gluten Free Goods. Gluten or no, these treats look fantastic.
I spotted a pile of Lazy Cakes: Relaxation Brownies ($2.99 per brownie, serves 2) at the gas station at Main and Auction downtown.
They are "Recommended for Adults Only."
I considered titling this one a "Thing You Don't Need," but it's not silly enough. Plus, I really want one.
It's the Breville Pie Maker ... basically a George Foreman grill for pies!
Available for about $80 at William-Sonoma.
The reason, says owner Bill Baker, is simple enough: popular demand.
The Dunkin' Donuts, at 1540 Union in Midtown, is celebrating its grand opening today with a bike drive.