If there was ever a week to put on your zombie makeup, your Lady Gaga outfit, or your zombie Lady Gaga ensemble, this is it, folks.
As it happens, Halloween falls on a Monday this year. Mondays are lame, so that means that pretty much no one can figure out when to celebrate. As a result, there are Halloween parties and other ghoulish activities happening pretty much every night leading up to the actual holiday on Oct. 31.
There’s quite a bit of Halloween related stuff on the list this week. Have a happy one.
Arts & Events
Buster Belly’s will host their annual Halloween party and costume contest Saturday night.
The Fayetteville Clarion is taking reservations for the annual Thanksgiving Day Buffet. It’s a feast.
Galactic, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Meat Puppets, a Tom Waits tribute, and more are at George’s this week.
Sarah Hughes, Les Moncada Jazz, and Fork & Knife are at Greenhouse Grille this week.
JJ’s Grill has a Halloween party planned for the adults on Thursday, and for the kids on Saturday. More info.
The last Kingfish outdoor event of the year is a Halloween blowout with A Good Fight on Saturday.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pen will be at Ozark Natural Foods on Nov. 5.
Smoke & Barrel has Tavern Trivia, Seryn, Shortfuze, Flipoff Pirates, and a Grown Folks Halloween Party this week.
UARK Bowl has Fools on Parade, a Halloween salsa ball w/ Calle Soul, and a Rock Horror Picture Show party this week.
Walton Arts Center is hosting an 80’s karaoke contest on Thursday, Oct. 27 at Rowdy Beaver. More info.
Well drinks are only $3.50 at Mickey Finn’s every Friday and Saturday night.
Lucky Luke’s has PBR for $1 all-day, every day.
Hog Bowls, featuring 80 ounces of strawberry deliciousness, are only $8 at Oseguera’s / Celi’s.
Food & Dining
Halloween Cookies are at Little Bread Company! They’re spooky-licious (spooky and delicious.)
Get your Indian food fix at Ella’s restaurant Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Have you tried the Tijuana tacos at Flying Burrito Co. yet? They’re only $1 with a drink purchase.
You can get a Derek’s Special from Hugo’s delivered right to your door. Here’s how.
Want a delicious lunch in a hurry? Sassy’s Red House has $5.99 lunch specials, ready in 10 minutes or less.
Stop by Emelia’s Kitchen before you head out to see West Side Story this week.
Enter the Slim’s Tailgate Square off on Facebook for a chance at a $50 gift card to Slim Chickens.
Grab a family pack of delicious BBQ from Penguin Ed’s before your next Razorback watch party.
More Sales & Specials
Choose your new Subaru before it even hits the lot. Check out all the items in transit at adventuresubaru.com.
The Halloween Barre Crawl is the next free fitness class at b•fit. It’s not your average booty call! Learn more.
Time is running out to save $50 on a complete pair of eye glasses at The Eye Center.
Need a flu shot? They’re available for just $15 at all three Ozark Urgent Care locations.
Do you know who is running your bank? Signature Bank is locally owned and operated.
New tablets from Samsung, Acer, and Lonovo are now in stock at the University of Arkansas Computer Store.
Now hiring: Shine Salon is seeking a part time salon/personal assistant. Click here for details.
Do you wish your rent was only $400? It could be if you lived at Templeton Place Apartments from BR Management.
Major markdowns are happening at Eco Chic this week for the change in season. Items are 20-70% off.
Want a behind-the-scenes look at the Masons upcoming holiday gift guide? Check out the style blog.
Riffraff is having an early fall sale! Items in this photo album are 75% off while they last.
From seasonal touchups to a complete wardrobe overhaul, Savoir-Faire offers personal styling if you need help.
Something Urban is having a 1/2 off sale through Tuesday to make room for new items on Wednesday! Sneak peek.
It’s InfantSEE week at Austin Vision Care Oct. 24-29. Learn more at http://infantsee.org.
Reserve your free tickets now to see the amazing collection at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Opening 11-11-11.
T-shirts, hoodies, banners, stickers, posters, vehicle magnets, and more. There isn’t much Zortees can’t print.