Halloween and beyond: all-metal Michael Jackson, prankster education, the marathon

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Who Shot Rock + Roll: a Photographic History, 1995-Present” opens at Brooklyn Museum. $10 suggested

6:30-9pm: sip free drinks at the DUMBO Art Crawl + after party, $10 with discount code “brokelyn”

Starts @ 8pm: the city’s largest commune teams up with Time’s Up bike advocates for a Critical Mass after-party. Three floors, roof decks. Live music, fire. 15 Thames St. $10

Starts @ 5pm: the “Clinton Hell Carnival of Carnage” = residence becomes a scene for theater w. 3-legged freaks, bearded ladies, ‘misfortune-tellers,’ a corpse-kissing booth + professional fire spinners. free

6pm: Deer Tick plays the songs of the Sex Pistols, plus Dangerous: All-Metal Tribute to Michael Jackson and special guests playing Sonic Youth. Brooklyn Bowl, $5 (free if wearing costume)

7pm-7am: “The Last Masquerade” = 36+ artists and performers transform 3 Bushwick spaces into an all-night pre-apocalyptic fairy-tale. $20

8pm: The Greatest Halloween Party Ever 5: “The Annihilation of Oz,” featuring a life-sized tornado, fighting tree see-saw, Dorothy’s demolished bedroom, ball pit. free beer 8-9pm, perogies 8-10pm. Warsaw, $20

Starts @ 8pm: “Heaven on Hell” = Surreal Estate becomes an ascent through Dante’s Seven Circles to Paradise. Three floors and hellish BBQ roof. Live music, fire. 15 Thames St. $10

9pm-4am: get your Edward Gorey on for the Dances of Vice “Dwindling Party” fête and murder mystery, 303 Bond, $20

9pm-9am: Gemini + Scorpio‘s “Masquerade Macabre” has live music, dancing, circus arts, fire, face + body painting, occult fortune tellers, silver-film photos, absinthe… breakfast! $15

Pick a spot to cheer for the runners of the ING New York City Marathon

11pm: celebrate el Dia de Los Muertos @ Pete’s Candystore with $2 tamales, Mexican folk music, beer and tequila specials

8pm: Adult Education presents “The Proper Prank” feat. 1/2 of The Yes Men, The Onion’s Tim Harrod, others. Union Hall, $5

6:30, 9pm: Liz Tuccillo (“He’s Just Not That Into You”) and “Sex and the City” writers present “Cedar City Falls,” a live serial soap opera with celebrity guests. Galapagos, $18

8pm: celebrate Guy Fawkes Day at Bell House with Britpop DJs, ‘V for Vendetta,’ crisps from Chip Shop and $3 pints of Newcastle. Free

Listings courtesy of the skint.


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