Those doing the Final Friday art crawl will want to check out Project gallery's Omnivore's Delight at 1720 E. Douglas from 7 to 10 p.m. today. The show is a celebration of America's renewed interest in local food, low-impact living, community gardening and good cooking. Exhibiting artists take food as the topic, and sometimes the medium, as in Rachel Epp Buller's "The Food Landscape," a series of screen prints that use food as ink. It's free and open to all ages.
Scary music, magic
Mosaic, at 902 George Washington Blvd., will kick off Halloween with live music and film. Starting at 10 p.m. Saturday, indie rock bands Dear Skeptic and Ferocious Mary will perform, along with magic by Mike Furches. There will also be a midnight showing of the original "Night of the Living Dead." The event is open to all ages. A $5 donation is suggested.
Owls and Lollipops
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Those looking for good music on Halloween night will want to be at Kirby's, 3227 E. 17th St., for The Chime Owls and Lollipop Factory. The experimental indie rock/pop bands take the stage at 10 p.m. Saturday. Donations for the bands are encouraged.
A Halloween Latin Party is planned for 9 p.m. Saturday at Frida's, 1580 W. 21st St. It's a night of Latin music mixed by DJ Cez & DJ Funkmonk, hosted by MC Kacike & MC Sinverguenza. There will be cash and prizes for best costume. Admission is free with costume and $5 without.