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ART FOR THE MASSES: Homeschool Affordable Art, an online art shop run by locals Jess Hirsch and Jacqueline Mention, hosts a public, real-world show and sale this Thursday. On offer: original works by a dozen artists priced from $5-$150. The Cleaners at Ace Hotel, 430 SW 10th Ave., homeschoolartshop.com. 6-10 pm Thursday, Nov. 19. Free.
POP OUT: With the six-piece Future Historians, Dave Shur churns out soothing daydreams on his guitar that combine modern pop conventions with an ear for rustic Americana without overreaching into either. He isn’t afraid to defy conventional song structure, or let his inner goofball run rampant, even if his meditations get heavy. Valentine’s, 232 SW Ankeny St., 248-1600, valentineslifeblood.blogspot.com. 9 pm Monday, Nov. 23. Free. 21+.
OPEN UP: Georgia Carr is teaching a free Yin yoga class (“a quiet practice based on passively held floor poses that open the hips and spine”) on Mondays at Stumptown Yoga through the end of the year. 3235 SE 39th Ave., 453-2343, stumptownyoga.com. 7-8 pm Mondays through Dec. 31.
I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW: Optical Brokers is celebrating its 30th year of business with a sale, offering a good selection of frames for $30 apiece with lens orders through the end of November. 134 NW 21st Ave., 295-6488.
NAAN SO SPENDY: East India Company, the excellent North Indian restaurant across the street from Central Library, now offers a $20 seven-course prix fixe dinner nightly from Monday through Saturday. 821 SW 11th Ave., 227-8815,
BEERVASION: Invasion Cafe offers $1 Pabst Blue Ribbon, $3 wells and $4 wine from 4 to 7 pm Tuesday-Saturday. 412 SW 4th Ave., 226-7777, invasioncafe.com.