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Eat Brains: 4th Annual Charity SoCal Zombie Walk
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Non-zombies, protect your brain bits Saturday! Hollywood Blvd is home court for the latest SoCal Zombie Walk. Zombies will be gathering in the courtyard of parking structure up the block from Geisha House at 1718 N.Cherokee Ave at 5:30 p.m. The march of zombification begins at 6:30 p.m.
Remember you must be dressed as a zombie to walk like a zombie and you must stay on the sidewalk, not the street. And don't be potty mouth zombie, this is an all-ages walk. Also no weapons, no drinking while walking and no touching or scaring non-zombies. Complete set of rules here.
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