Freakling Bros. Bring the Trilogy of Terror, First Friday Turns 12

This week's most-wanted events

The Freakling Bros.' Trilogy of Terror runs now through Oct. 31. (Photo by Edison Graff)

The Freakling Bros.’ Trilogy of Terror opens for select dates through Oct. 31. (Photo by Edison Graff)

If You Dare

It’s that time of year when it’s socially acceptable to pay someone to scare the pants off you. No one frightens like Freakling Bros. and the Trilogy of Terror haunts: Circus of Horrors, Castle Vampyre and Gates of Hell—the state’s only R-rated attraction. Cower over to 4245 S. Grand Canyon Dr. on select dates through Oct. 31.

Fest Perspective

What goes on at Burning Man? Will Roger Peterson knows. He’s a founding board member of the event and a photographer who’s been capturing life in Black Rock City for decades. A selection of his photos from la playa and beyond will be on display at Sin City Gallery through Oct. 24.

Here’s to a Dozen More

First Friday rings in its 12th anniversary with a blowout bash on Oct. 3. With the theme “Time, Mythology and 12,” this edition promises refreshed activity zones, art curated by Brian “Paco” Alvarez and the debut of a video installation by contest winner Brock Nordstrom at Artifice. Consider your attendance a birthday gift to the monthly community mainstay.

Art Free For Fall

The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art celebrates Smithsonian’s annual Museum Day (Sept. 27) a little late, allowing you free admission on Oct. 4. This means you’ll pay nothing to see all 34 paintings in Painting Women: Works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Visit to print an admission ticket good for two people per household.

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