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Ghouls Gone Shopping

This week, Gay List Daily goes to a concert, to hell (in a very stylish hand basket, we might add) and shopping with our Partner’s Card. So in the immortal words of our favorite diva, Bette Davis, “fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.”

Weekend Calendar

Theatre of Death
Runs through Wednesday, October 31, 8 p.m. nightly
Seven short plays about death, dying and murder. Or, as we like to call it, “sorry I ended up in your lap, I was just really scared.”

Tickets $16 to $25
Stone Cottage Theatre at the Addison Conference and Theatre Center,
15650 Addison Rd.

Oak Lawn Halloween 2007 – “Heaven & Hell”
Saturday, October 27, 8 p.m.
Racking your brain for the perfect costume to strut on the strip? Look no further than your favorite celebs. Strap a dog collar and cell phone to your ankle, throw on some oversized sunglasses and, ta-dah, you’re Lindsey Lohan. Or grab a bald wig, an umbrella and cup of clean urine for those random drug tests, and you’re magically transformed into mom-of-the-year Britney Spears.

Free (and crowded)
3900 block of Cedar Springs, Dallas

Maroon 5
Saturday, October 27, 8 p.m.
Dreamy lead singer Adam Levine is coming. Just make sure you don’t let him see those doodles of his name with the hearts around it in your journal, or he may get that restraining order reinstated. But you can probably compliment him on his great cameo in the SNL spoof “Iran So Far” from the required 30 feet away.

Tickets start at $40
Fort Worth Convention Center

Partner’s Card
Valid October 27 through November 4
Here’s a math problem for you. If 10 percent of the population buys a card that saves 20 percent at their favorite stores, what time does the train arrive at the station? Who knows? Math is hard, but shopping is easy, especially when you can save money at more than 650 retail and restaurant locations for an entire week. And, the whole thing benefits The Family Place, Dallas’ largest family violence agency. Retail therapy works even better when it’s for a good cause.

$60 each (sold through volunteers)
Visit www.partnerscard.org to get yours.