Let the Rocket Queens take you to Paradise City (#1)

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1. If you can make it out of bed, head to Paper Box’s Rock n’ Shop Halloween Hangover, with free pancakes until noon, a comedy show, and five rollicking tribute groups, including all-female Guns n’ Roses and Ramones cover bands, the Rocket Queens and Rockaway Bitch. (Sunday, FREE)

2. Or cling to Halloween creepery just a little longer with Nitehawk’s brunch screening of Day of the Dead. (Sunday, $11)

3. It’s your second-to-last chance to see Transmission, a performance series featuring ambidextrous drawing process at UrbanGlass. (Sunday, FREE)

4. For a more spiritual Sunday, head to Gemini & Scorpio for Blood, Breath & Bones, a workshop to connect with ancestor spirits through ritual, trance, mediumship, and ecstatic dance. (Sunday, $10–$20 suggested)

5. Get weird with Everything Is Terrible, a site that’s been called “a mecca of weird,” presenting a curated evening of found footage, from the funny to the sad to the downright bizarre. (Sunday, $15)

6. Or get political at Cameo Gallery’s BernieFest, a comedy showcase featuring Janeane Garofalo, Mark Normand, Mike Drucker, and many more to benefit Bernie Sanders. (Sunday, $8)

7. Show off your inner fangirl (or fanboy) at the Way Station’s Nerdeoke, where you can expect Buffy singalongs, goofy dancing, and plenty of people in last night’s costume. (Sunday, FREE)

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