the nylon weekend guide

the coolest events happening october 11-13.

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Feel like freaking yourself out now that Halloween is almost here? Then don’t miss a screening of the seriously creepy flick

Peeping Tom

tonight. This British thriller film from 1960 is going to have you up all night.

6226 Middle Fiskville Road


If you’re obsessed with the ‘90s


Halloween, then we’ve got some spooktastic news for you:

Hocus Pocus

is playing on the big screen at midnight tonight. So don’t miss the the 1993 comedy-slash-horror story that tells the tale of three sister witches who are resurrected on Halloween. Yes, the song-and-dance sequence alone is totally worth the all-nighter.  

290 Harvard Street


Knowing the alphabet by heart is going to come in handy at The Beer Bistro North tomorrow night. The bar is hosting an AlphaBeer tasting, where you’ll learn about 26 different brews (one for every letter).

1415 W Fullerton Avenue

Las Vegas

In serious need of a movie marathon this weekend? Lucky for you, PollyGrind film fest is in town, and features the world premieres of 18 super awesome underground flicks. So go ahead, curb your Netflix addiction with some big screen action.

1406 South 3rd Street

Los Angeles

There's an awesome pop-up shop happening tomorrow that feels less like a store and more like the festival of the century (sorry, ACL). So get over to the Shelter Half and MiA Project collab, where you'll find flowers, drinks, handmade chevron necklaces, art, accessories, live music, and so much more.

161 S La Brea Avenue


Obsessing over the fact that

The Walking Dead

season four premiere is happening this Sunday? Then you should definitely go freak out at El Vato Tequila and Taco Bar, where they’re offering shelter from the upcoming zombie apocalypse with a season three marathon before the new one starts. Bonus: There are AMC giveaways and show-inspired food and drinks.

1010 South Miami Avenue


There might be tons of photos of rad retro babes all over Tumblr, but tomorrow you'll get the chance to see some IRL. Don't miss Joint Project 3--the seriously awesome gallery which features work by iconic photographers (think William Eggleston, Jeannette Montgomery Barron, and Garry Winogrand).

919 Gallatin Avenue #8

New York City

When a David Bowie-themed party happens, it’s more than just a party--it’s a revolution. That’s why you can’t miss this year’s Bowie Ball: The Ultimate Glam Rock Revolution! It’s going down this Saturday at Le Poisson Rouge, with Taryn Manning from

Orange Is The New Black

, a MAC makeup pop-up bar, a

RuPaul’s Drag Race

star making a guest appearance, giveaways, and classic Bowie hits (duh). So get your Ziggy Stardust on (we’re talking neon teased hair, pounds of glitter, and tight pants), you rebel rebel. 

158 Bleecker Street

Orange County

Imagine what it's like to spend an entire day stumbling into the city's coolest Japanese places. Sound like the best day ever? Then get to the OC Japan Fair this weekend to get a glimpse into the awesome culture with taiko music, sushi, Japanese beer, a Hello Kitty meet-and-greet, and so much more--you're definitely going to need a gothic Lolita outfit.

88 Fair Drive

San Francisco

We're guessing you've never been to film fest that's all about one movie. Well, if you're a

Big Lebowski

fan, then the fest happening this weekend that's all about the 1998 comedy is just for you. So make The Dude proud and head out there for bowling, trivia and costume contests, and a screening of the flick.

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