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Mexican Halloween treats and (almost) free films By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published October 25, 2010
Everyone stuffs themselves with mini candy bars on Halloween, but how about chowing down on flan, green mole, and fresh sangria instead? Oyamel is kicking off its celebration of the Day of the Dead with daily specials through November 2. Dishes range from $4 to $23; drinks are $10 to $12.

Everybody’s plugged in. Learn from the experts at Politico and Facebook how political campaigns are spreading their message and getting votes at “Going Viral: How Campaigns Are Using Social Media.” The event is at George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium; 6:30 to 7:30. Free.

Catch a showing of two of summer’s biggest blockbusters at Arlington Cinema ’N' Draft House. For $1, see Julia Roberts travel the world in Eat, Pray, Love at 7 or let Leonardo DiCaprio invade your dreams with Inception at 9:50. Buy tickets at the door.

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