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WOULD YOU LIKE SOME TEA, LITTLE GIRL?
Royal/T (along with Japan LA) is hosting a Lolita Halloween Tea Party from Noon-5 today. Dame Darcywill be signing copies of her new book, GASOLINE: A Rock n' Roll Apocalyptic Fairy Tale. In addition, photographer Pierre Auroux will be taking pictures of Lolitas who step into the looking glass of the Royal/T Shop window display to become living mannequins in the black rose garden and a special Halloween high tea will be served featuring seasonal snacks and a pot of tea of your choice.

ART IMITATES LIFE, GETS US TALKING
The Audacity of Desperation, is a politically charged series opening this evening at Sea and Space. From now until November 16th they will be presenting this touring art exhibit. Tonight's segment runs from 6-8 p.m. and is curated by Elana Mann, Featuring performances by: Danielle Adair, Dorit Cypis, Liz Glynn, Adam Overton and Sara Roberts; it's part of an international "exchange" of performances assembled by Exchange Rate: 2008.

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GROOVE WITH THE KIDS AT KIDSPACE
Grab your little goblins and head over to Pasadena's Brookside Park for day two of the Kidspace Museum's 14th annual Pumpkin Festival. There's lots of activities, dance performances, and music, music, music, including the Hollow Trees (2 p.m.) and Egg (4 p.m.)

HAUNTED HUNT IN HOLLYWOOD
Gather up a team and head to the mean streets of Hollywood (6731 Hollywood Boulevard) from 5:30-8 tonight for the Haunted Hollywood Scavenger Hunt. Search for lost souls and ghosts among the legendary buildings (the Roosevelt, the Knickerbocker, the theaters, and in secret locations) and compete for a prize. Your team can have up to 6 people, and admission is $25/person. Call (323) 799-1374 to register your team ahead of time. (A "family friendly" version runs earlier from 3-5).

Other Things to Do: See short films about dance at Dance Camera West's No Dancing at the Mandrake: Round 2, see what's left at the Modernist Garage Sale, turn your Axe Bodyspray into cocktails (don't actually drink your bodyspray!!!), see SisterFire, look for Houdini's house, head out to Long Beach to see the Haute Dog Howl'oween Parade.