Don't Delay, Act Now. You may have caught wind of the Smash Mouth show in the 7 + 1 section of UTW last week. Well, we made a mistake about the concert's location. The late '90s chart toppers play tonight at Creek Nation Casino, 1616 E. 81st St. This free show begins at 9pm. Bring your buddies to sing along to the band's most popular tunes. Go with the flow and have some fun as you relive one of pop's catchiest eras. Ages 21 and up only. For more information, dial 299-8518.
Jawbreakers. Just the thought of Halloween conjures up remarkably diverse imagery. From ghosts and goblins to parties and paganism, the holiday means something different to everyone. Check out Old Fashioned Poison Candy tonight at the Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. 4th St., for a performance art extravaganza including skits, monologues and other short scenes created by Tulsa area writers. Local actors and directors work these stories together into a seamless evening of spooky, shocking, solid entertainment. Show starts at 8pm, admission is $8. For more info, call 633-8666 or visit www.nightingaletheater.com.
Boo! Joke's On You. Believe it or not, the time has arrived once again for one of midtown's most popular and enduring Halloween events. Join other Tulsans on Brookside for the 18th Annual BooHaHa Halloween celebration. This year's festivities start early at Trinity United Methodist Church with the Brookside Lion's Club pancake breakfast at 7am. Later, dress up your best friend for a pet costume contest in the Food Pyramid parking lot. The parade begins at 3pm.
Children will enjoy trick-or-treating from the merchants and spooky fun at several carnival activities. For more info, check out www.brooksidetheplacetobe.com/events
Shalom! There are two special exhibits going on right now at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, 2021 E. 71st St. First, we have "In a Different Light: The Book of Genesis in the Art of Samuel Bak." Here, the native Lithuanian examines creation, cruelty, mortality, morality and accusation with a surrealist twist in his paintings. You can also check out "Ancient Rites, Modern Masters: Swed Masters Workshop Contemporary Judaica." Here, artists use sterling silver, brass, precious stones and other fine materials for their traditional craft. For more information, visit www.jewishmuseum.net.
Eight Days a Week. In addition to daily happy hour specials, Caz's Pub has something going on every weekday evening. Start the week off right with Mexican Mondays - $2 Coronas and Tecates all day long. Guess what else? Tamales! Come and get 'em while they last. Tuesday is cheap drinkin' day with 2 for $2 PBR and High Life. Wednesday is ladies' night - $1.50 Boulevard Wheat after 7pm. If that tickles your fancy, donate your bra to the antlers. Thursday is Men's Night; get a free PBR with your Jager shot. Check out cazspub.com for more info.
Leave Your Socks at Home. Combining the heaviest elements of face-melting metal and the cleanest, most thoughtful parts of the indie rock sound, Chiodos and Silverstein just make sense as a pair of bands that should tour together. You can catch them tonight at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, with the doors opening at 6pm. Like-minded brethren Escape the Fate, Alesana and A Skylift Drive open the show. Are you sure you can handle all this rock? We thought so. Call 584-2306 or visit cainsballroom.com for more.
Sensual Sculpture. Artist Cletus Michael Freiburger's "Sculptures," on display now at the Dennis R. Neil Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St., have a very sensual quality. Nudity is the predominate theme in Freiburger's works, which include five male torso figures, four full figure male nudes and a single male figure. As Seinfeld said, "nudity is so final." And now, dear friends, this exhibit prepares to marks its final day, so don't miss your chance to stop by. Visit okeq.org for more.
Scary Story. In 1944 Tulsa Police found two women apparently under some kind of hypnotic spell living in the basement of another woman's home. The women were led to believe that they would receive great reward for living in crates and turning over all of their money to the woman keeping them there. The Hex House, 415 N. Main, is recreating this creepy piece of Tulsa history with a full-blown spook house right next to the historic Cain's Ballroom. Hex House will be open tonight from 7pm-midnight, Halloween from 7pm-1am and Nov. 1 from 7-11pm. Visit darktulsa.com for more.
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