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Your Guide to the Guides: Halloweekend!

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This is the last time for a few years that Halloween falls on a weekend, which means this is an official Halloweekend, and there are plenty of things to do today and tomorrow, night and day, for young and less young. In fact, there are too many things to do, and it can get a little overwhelming.

Need a Halloween event that is gay or Metro or kid friendly? Want to hit up the best clubs? Not sure where to shop for your costume? Want to concoct some creepy cocktails and treats? We got you covered! Here's Your Guide to the Guides for this spooooooky Halloweekend.


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