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Spooky Pooch Parade

Sat., Oct. 20

Now in its eleventh year, the Spooky Pooch Parade attracts hundreds of dogs to Lakewood’s Kauffman Park. Scheduled to take place from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. today, the event includes a festival within Kauffman Park, a parade through Lakewood’s Downtown business district on Detroit Avenue and an awards presentation. It’s reportedly the only event of its kind within the region. There will be kids games, food and dog-related vendors, including rescue groups and other nonprofits offering canine-oriented goods and services. Kids are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes and visit vendors for trick-or-treating. The parade commences at 2 p.m. Afterward, judges will award prizes in a number of categories, including Best Dog & Child, Best, Dog & Adult, Best Dog & Group, Spookiest Pooch and Best in Show. (Niesel) lakewoodalive.com.

Home Movie Day

Sat., Oct. 20

Today from 2 to 4 p.m., the Rock Hall celebrates Home Movie Day, an internationally recognized event, by screening clips from the various local home video and film donations it's received over the years. Expect to see footage of the Beatles at Public Auditorium, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band at the Richfield Coliseum and the World Series of Rock. Attendees will receive a limited edition poster by Cincinnati-based artist Brian Methe. The event is free with a reservation made through the Rock Hall website. (Niesel)

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (map)
1100 Rock and Roll Blvd.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-515-8444

Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings

Sat., Oct. 20

The third film in Tsui Hark’s “Detective Dee” series, Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings takes place in 7th-century China, during the Tang dynasty. In this installment, Di Renjie (aka Detective Dee) tries to protect the all-powerful Dragon-Taming Mace from a band of sorcerers working for the diabolical Empress Wu. The film makes its Cleveland debut tonight at 8:55 at the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. Tickets cost $10, $7 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

Brewzilla

Sat., Oct. 20

Beer Week comes to a glorious end today with Brewzilla, the "monster of a beer tasting" that regularly closes out the annual event. A VIP event runs from 6 to 7:30 p.m. It'll feature four rare beer tastes along with speciality foods and Jameson tastes. Regular admission begins at 7 p.m. Tickets include a tasting glass, 40 two ounce beer pours and two Jameson tastes. Food will be available for purchase. General admission tickets cost $45. Designated driver tickets cost $20. (Niesel) clevelandbeerweek.org.

Wolstein Center (map)
2000 Prospect Ave.
Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District
phone 216-687-9292

12 Hours of Terror

Sat., Oct. 20

The crown jewel of Cleveland's horror movie screenings is the annual 12 Hours of Terror. Curated each year by Cleveland Cinemas' Dave Huffman, this Halloween highlight event will feature Phantasm, Bubba Ho-Tep, Candyman, The Human Centipede, Event Horizon, The Hills Have Eyes and the highly debated and coveted "secret screening." We've featured this event as the "Best Place to Binge Watch Movies That Isn't Netflix," because absolutely nothing beats the all-day marathon of gruesome goodness. It begins at 8 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets cost $30. (BJ Colangelo)

One Dark Night, A Rock Symphony of the Macabre featuring Neil Zaza

Sat., Oct. 20

One Dark Night, A Rock Symphony of the Macabre, a concert featuring local guitar hero Neil Zaza, promises to deliver "the ultimate musical Halloween experience" with its "terrifying orchestral exploration of all things evil and dark." The symphony adds rock music to the arrangements of macabre classical pieces by Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Prokofiev, Saint-Saëns and others. The concert begins at 8 p.m. at the Akron Civic Theatre. Tickets start at $25. (Niesel)

Akron Civic Theatre (map)
182 South Main St.
Akron/Summit County
phone 330-253-2488

Cleveland Bluegrass Orchestra

Sun., Oct. 21

The Beachwood Arts Council, a non-profit organization which has supported the arts in Northeast Ohio since 1964, teams up with the Cleveland Bluegrass Orchestra today at 2 p.m. to present a free concert at the Beachwood High School Auditorium. The Cleveland Bluegrass Orchestra is made up of five Cleveland Orchestra musicians who play one instrument with the Cleveland Orchestra and a different instrument with the Cleveland Bluegrass Orchestra. The musicians will play traditional bluegrass favorites as well as original arrangements. After the concert, audience members will have the opportunity to meet the musicians. (Niesel) 25100 Fairmount Blvd. Beachwood, beachwoodartscouncil.org.

Dreams From 1968

Sun., Oct. 21

In a program dubbed Dreams From 1968, The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra will commemorate the music and times of that pivotal year in American history by performing Oliver Nelson’s “The Kennedy Dream,” Herbie Hancock’s “I Have A Dream” and Maynard Ferguson’s “MacArthur Park.” A gospel choir led by Johnny Parker will join the ensemble. The performance begins at 6 p.m. at the State Theatre, and tickets start at $35. (Niesel)

Boxcar Bertha

Sun., Oct. 21

Martin Scorsese's Boxcar Bertha helped put the young filmmaker on the map. Released in 1972, the movie follows an Arkansas farm girl (Barbara Hershey) as she becomes a Robin Hood-like train robber during the Depression. David Carradine, John Carradine, Barry Primus and Bernie Casey co-star. Tonight at 6:30, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque shows a 35mm print of the film. Tickets are $12, $9 for Cinematheque members and students. (Niesel)

Cleveland Cinematheque (map)
11610 Euclid Ave.
Eastern Suburbs
phone 216-421-7450

Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks

Sun., Oct. 21

The Cavaliers get a lucky break for their home opener as they take on the lowly Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks were one of the NBA's worst teams last year, and they don't show any signs of being competitive this year either. The two teams face off at 6 p.m. at the Q. Fans will receive a special opening night T-shirt. Consult the website for ticket prices. (Niesel)

Retro Halloween Weekend

Sun., Oct. 21

As is traditional, the Aut-O-Rama Drive-In will close out its season with special screenings of retro horror classics, including family-friendly options. On the scarier side of things, the new reboot of Halloween is scheduled to play alongside three of the following four films: Hellraiser, The Thing, Return of the Living Dead or Evil Dead 2. For families, Goosebumps 2, E.T., Ghostbusters and Corpse Bride are slated to screen with Little Shop of Horrors serving as the backup for Goosebumps 2. Consult the website for more information. (Colangelo)

Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-In (map)
33395 Lorain Rd.
Western Suburbs
phone 440-734-1786

Milford Graves Full Mantis

Sun., Oct. 21

An innovative jazz drummer and percussionist who performed with the likes of Albert Ayler, Milford Graves is the subject of the new documentary feature, Milford Graves Full Mantis. In the film, Graves speaks so eloquently about his drumming that he sounds like a spoken word artist. The movie makes its Cleveland premiere today at 1:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $10, or $7 for CMA members. (Niesel)

East Side Flea

Sun., Oct. 21

A self-described "small business incubator" that draws thousands of local shoppers to Tyler Village, the Cleveland Flea features a range of unique items you won't find at the typical retail store. As much a social gathering as a shopping experience, the Flea also serves as an excellent hang, a place to meet and make friends while supporting your local creatives. Today's special East Side Flea takes place at the Van Aken District in Shaker Heights from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Niesel) theclevelandflea.com.

East Side Flea

Fleet Avenue Kielbasa Cookout

Fri., Oct. 19, 5-10 p.m.
phone 216-429-1182
joel@slavicvillage.org

Kielbasa Cookout Returns to Heat Up Fleet What says fall more than cooking smoked kielbasa over the open fire enjoying live music in the crisp autumn air? The second annual Fleet Avenue Kielbasa Cookout in Slavic Village! Bring the family to cook your own smoked kielbasa over the fire while enjoying a range of live music- from Rock n' Roll to R&B to Polka- featuring neighborhood talent. Taste delicious Slavic cuisine (and beer!) from local restaurants including Seven Roses and Krusinski’s while the kids roast marshmallows and make art crafts. Friday October 19th 5-10pm | 5708 Fleet Ave Free

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Commercial Enterprises Lot (map)
5708 Fleet Ave
East Side/University Circle/Little Italy
phone 216-429-1182 x107
joel@slavicvillage.org
Fleet Avenue Kielbasa Cookout

Psych Ward

Fri., Oct. 19, 6:30 p.m.

$12

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