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Event Pick: The Heaven and Hell Masquerade at the Hofheimer Building 

Oct. 29

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With Halloween falling on a Monday, this ghoulish season of weekend-long creepy crawls leading up to All Saint’s Eve is upon us. So every business, organization and party-throwing friend you know will be raising the dead for multiple days and nights. If you’re looking to engage in something colossally epic, check out the Heaven and Hell Masquerade on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Hofheimer Building. Opened this year, the newly renovated party palace will feature three floors and a rooftop of fiendish delights. The heaven-, hell- and purgatory-themed proceedings will feature a haunted art house by Todd Hale, performances by local groups the Dharma Bombs and the Cashmere Jungle Lords, DJ sets by Mad Skillz and Michael Murphy and, you guessed it, a costume contest. Did I forget to mention libations? They’ll have those in abundance. The party begins at 9 p.m. Tickets are $20-$30. hofheimerbuilding.com.
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