WHAT'S UP TODAY? Tricks, treats and tunes

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We trust the Halloween spirit has moved you to show up in costume for work or school today. Well done, party people! And you've probably already perused our batch of events and Staff Picks for this weekend's festivities. But if you haven't, we can help.

This is what caught my eye for Friday, Oct. 31: 

MUSIC | Music Editor Laura Johnson put together a groovy-goolie list of live music and club shows for Halloween in this week's issue. We're talking multiple opportunities to wear that costume you worked so hard on, so get out there and hit up some of those gigs!

WORDS | Local historian Chet Caskey and writer Kelly Milner Halls team up for Auntie's Horror Stories 2014, where they'll explore the haunted history of Spokane. It's a perfect way to kick off your Halloween evening, recommended anyone 13 or older. 

COMMUNITY | The Mobius Broomstick Bash offers a night of spooky games, crafts and a costume contest at the children's museum, followed by some trick-or-treating through River Park Square. 

THEATER | If you're looking for something outside the typical Halloween festivities, consider a bit of theater. Locally written play The Clink continues its run at the Stage Left Theater, part of its preparation for a move to the Bay Area next spring. You can read all about it in the new issue of the Inlander.

Anika Bryceson plays the lead character Fifi in the full production of the locally written and produced play, "The Clink." - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Anika Bryceson plays the lead character Fifi in the full production of the locally written and produced play, "The Clink."