Friday, October 31, 2003

For all you Angelenos who are annoyed with the ridiculous cover charges around the city for lame Halloween events featuring tired DJs and rooms full of 18 year old hipster wannabes; I offer Chad�s list of interesting Halloween events for under 20 bucks.
Los Angeles Cacophony Society presents... THE INSTITUTE OF MENTAL DECAY. This is not a haunted house but a living exhibition of the degenerate soul. Tour the bowels of the historic Crocker Bank building, and test your mental fortitude as you encounter room upon menacing room of creatures too disturbing to be contained by asylum or lab. Enjoy entertainment and refreshment upstairs, until your number is called and you meet your fate. Most will escape alive, if tarnished. $10 admission, Friday Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1, 9PM-2AM. 453 S. Spring Street, in Downtown LA. No Children. For more info, email mentaldecay at

LIQUID KITTY is having their 8th annual Halloween Bash! The saying goes, "Face your fears but face them drunk". Costume contest and no cover charge- Sounds like a good combo- terrorific.

THE VELVET HAMMER BURLESQUE presents Passage 'a L'Enfer(Passage to Hell) featuring: a cavalcade of nudie cuties hosted by Blaine Capatch Live music from Mr. Uncertain, The Maharaja of Melody DJ Millionaire mesmerizing magic, mirth and merriment!
All Hallows Eve, Friday, October 31st, 2003 Showtime: 9 P.M.@ The Derby 4500 Los Feliz Blvd. , Los Feliz
Tickets: $15, 21 and over, costumed attire suggested for the conscientious socialite

SPACELAND in Silverlake presents Sixth Chamber, Spooky Pie, Sounds of Asteroth, & Iggy & the Stooges Tribute
(discount with costume). Spooky Pie, Sounds of Asteroth, and the best DJ on LA (as voted by as and legitimized by the LA Weekly Music Awards) Reverand Dan!

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