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  • ICYMI: Forbes rates Detroit #9 on its “America’s Most Creative Cities” list

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  • Former Tigers Dave Rozema and Ike Blessitt to honor Mark “The Bird” Fidrych

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  • First Little League game at Navin Field today

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  • Twerk du Soleil shakes up Detroit

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Halloween 2012

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Haunted Farm of Terror. Hayride, haunted house, paintball shoot zombies and targets. Alongi's Greenhouses, 28405 26 Mile Rd, Lenox, 586-749-1002. $22.00 Adults, $15.00 Kids (10 & under). (10/26-10/28)

Haunted Hallows. Westland Haunted Hallows, 6440 Hix Road, Westland. $15. (10/26-10/28)

HAUNTED IN THE HOUSE. Beats from DJ Tom T, specialty drinks, a performance by the Detroit Circus, and fortune telling from the Boston Tea Room. Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway, Detroit, 313-961-3500. $35 advance ($40 day-of); VIP $75 ($80 day-of) . (10/26, 8 p.m.)

Haunted Theatre. Join the Matrix Teen Company, a part of Matrix's School of Theatre, for a dark and dangerous urban adventure! Matrix Theatre Company, 2730 Bagley St., Detroit, 313-967-0599. $10.00 for adults; $5.00 for students/seniors. (10/29-10/31, 8 p.m.)

Hazel Park Zombie Walk. In 2011 we had almost 500 zombies! Hazel Park City Hall, 111 E. Nine Mile, Hazel Park, 248-269-3811. FREE. (10/27, 6:30 p.m.)

Heck of a Haunted Barn. Just try to find yer way through 8 acres of maize in the dark. Heck of a Haunted Barn, 4309 W. Albain Rd, Monroe. (10/26, 7 p.m.-midnight; 10/27, 6 p.m.-midnight; 10/28, 7-10 p.m.)

Hidden Agenda. Masquerade Party. MGM Grand - Int Ice, 1777 Third St., Detroit, 877-888-2121. (10/27, 9 p.m.)

Horrified Glow. Bleu Detroit, 1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 313-974-7799. (10/26)

Imperial's first annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration. Imperial, 22828 Woodward Ave, Ferndale . (11/1-11/2)

M&M Halloween Bash. Performances by Cobra Frank, 5th Wall Concept, A.I.D.S, and Babe Miller & His 4 10's M&M Sports Bar, 13837 Conant St, Detroit. (10/26, 8 p.m.)

Magic Bus Halloween Bash. Bakers of Milford presents the Magic Bus Halloween Bash. Baker's of Milford, 2025 S. Milford Rd., Milford, 248-685-3300. (10/27, 7 p.m.)

Me Vs The Zombie Attack. Token Lounge, 28949 Joy Rd., Westland, 734-513-5030. (10/30, 8 p.m.)

MILLER'S BIG RED HAUNTED HAYRIDE. Miller's Big Red Orchard and Cider Mill, 4900 W. 32 Mile, Romeo, 586-752-3327. Adults $14, 10 yrs and younger $10. (10/26-10/28)

Moonlight Wagon Rides. Preregistration and prepayment required. Stony Creek Metro Park, 4300 Main Park Rd., Shelby Township, 248-650-5300. $6. (10/26, 7:30 p.m.)

Mount Clemens Zombie Walk Oct 27th. Anton Art Center, 125 Macomb Place, Mount Clemens, -. www.mountclemenszombiewalk.com. (10/27, 7:30 p.m.)

Native Signal. With the Ferdy Mayne, the Handgrenades and Gun Lake, plus Halloween costume contest. PJ's Lager House, 1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit, 313-961-4668. (10/27, 9 p.m.)

Night Terrors. Wiard's Orchard and Cider Mill, 5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti, 734-482-7744. (10/26-10/28; 10/30-10/31)

NIGHTMARE ON WOODWARD. Bleu Detroit, 1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 313-974-7799. $15. (10/27, 10 p.m.-4 a.m.)

Panic at Pine Stump Hollow. *Pine Stump Hollow, 6310 Gratiot ave, St.Clair. $10 for the Haunted Forest. $12 for the Haunted House. $20 for Both. (10/26-10/27)

Phantom Forest Hayrides. The oldest farm in Michigan. Tractor pulled hayrides through 13 acres of woods filled with witches, ghost & goblins. Westcroft Gardens, 21803 West River Road, Grosse Ile Township. $10 adults; $7 for ages 5 and under. (10/26-10/28)

 

Radio Opie Halloween Bash. w/ Always Something/SIN THEOREM/3 PHASE New Dodge Lounge, 8850 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck, 313-874-5963. 21+ $5, Under 21 $10. (10/27)

Rave from the Grave. Elektricity Nightclub, 15 S. Saginaw, Pontiac, 248-599-2212. $10. (10/27, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.)

Rock O'ween. Featuring Lew Echlin and Dads Who Rock. Max M. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 313-576-5100. (10/28, 2 p.m.)

Rocky Horror Picture Show. Main Art Theatre, 118 N. Main St., Royal Oak, 248-263-2111. (10/26, 11:45 p.m.)

Scream Machine. *Scream Machine, 21207 Eureka Rd, Taylor. $15. (10/24-10/31)

Sexual Psycho Circus. A variety of opulent entertainments. Como's, 22812 Woodward Ave., Ferndale, 248-548-5005. (10/25, 9-2 p.m.)

Sinister Haunted House. 6991 Auburn Road, Utica. $12. (10/26-10/28)

Slacktoberfest. Slack Jaw Punks will be hosting our first live podcast, double movie feature and costume contest Slackjawpunks.com and FB! Cass City Cinema, 3420 Cass Ave., Detroit, (10/27, 7 p.m.)

Slaughtered at Sundown. 71800 Romeo Plank Rd, Armada, Adults - $15 per event or $22 for both. Children (10 & under) - $10 per event or $16 for both. (10/26-10/28)

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