The Great Big Home & Garden Show
As the longest and coldest month of the year comes to a close, it’s time to start your spring home decor mood board. Opening this Friday, the Great Big Home & Garden Show spans two weekends and is jam packed with offerings from more than 100 brands and companies in spaces such as construction and gardening, Q&A sessions with industry experts and a series of project demos to help you get started on those upcoming home projects. $11-$15, Jan. 31-Feb. 9, Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., IX Center, 1 IX Center Dr., Cleveland, greatbighomeandgarden.org
Cleveland Pops Orchestra & Fly Dance Company
Houston-based performers Fly Dance Company come to Cleveland for a one-of-a-kind collaborative performance with Cleveland Pops Orchestra. This all-male hip-hop group choreographs its routines to classical pieces with a modern twist. For this concert, the group is set to perform a series of high-energy routines while the orchestra plays pop music by swing-era composers as well as classic pieces from Broadway and Hollywood. $31, Jan. 31, 8 p.m., Severance Hall, 11001 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, clevelandpops.com
National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day
What happens when your two faves come together? If it's Brewnuts and Mitchell’s Ice Cream, things get delicious. In celebration of the holiday that encourages you to switch out yogurt and granola with a double scoop of ice cream for the most important meal of the day, the two sweet Cleveland staples are serving up custom ice-cream sandwiches where you choose the icing, type of donut and ice cream for the perfect mid-winter pick-me-up. Free, Feb. 1, Brewnuts, 6501 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, facebook.com/events
Cleveland Cavaliers v. The Golden State Warriors
The Super Bowl may be on everyone's mind this weekend, but since the Browns' are deep into the off-season, Cleveland is a basketball town right now. While the NFL Championship is a fun night on the couch, you can enjoy this heated rivalry live in-person at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Saturday night. And while LeBron may be in L.A. and Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry are hurt and on the bench, we're still feeling 2016 rematch vibes with this one. Starting at $15, Feb. 1, 8 p.m., Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, 1 Center Court, Cleveland, rocketmortgagefieldhouse.com
Mimi Arden EP Release Show
With two album releases in two years, a growing fanbase and well-known tracks such as "Rabbit Hole," Mimi Arden, the local band led by vocalist Michelle Gaw, is ready for the spotlight. This weekend the band celebrates its new EP Greed with a performance of new songs and local favorites with show at Mahall's. Alt-rockers Mr. Carnivore open the night. $10-$12, Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m., Mahall’s 20 Lanes, 13200 Madison Ave, Lakewood, mahalls20lanes.ticketfly.com
Sip & Paint
Wine & Design in Rocky River is known for having a variety of classes that combine art appreciation and the simple pleasure of a nice chardonnay. No previous painting (or wine drinking) experience require for this two-hour painting session where a local artist teaches you the steps and strokes on how to paint a winter sunrise. The studio provides all supplies and materials — just bring your own snacks and drinks of choice. $35, Feb. 1, 6:40 p.m., 21194 Center Ridge Rd., Rocky River, wineanddesign.com
Do Super Bowl Sunday right by attending Terrestrial Brewing Co.'s Puppy Bowl event and then throwing an awesome party with some tips from Ohio City Galley's event manager.
Speaking of the Super Bowl, Bruce Springsteen played this iconic Fender Telecaster, which you can see hanging in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame right now, during his 2009 Super Bowl halftime performance.