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Thursday – Alton Brown

Alton Brown, celebrity chef and host of the Food Network’s “Good Eats” show, is headed back to Richmond with an all-new culinary variety show. According to organizers, “Audiences can expect more comedy, more music, more highly unusual cooking demos and more potentially dangerous sciencey stuff. Prepare for an evening unlike any other, and if Brown calls for volunteers … think twice.” Proof of vaccine or negative test is required. 7:30 p.m. at Dominion Energy Center, 600 E. Grace St. $43.50-$128.50. (800) 514-3849 or

Saturday – Richmond Zombie Walk

The living dead will walk the streets of Carytown again during the Richmond Zombie Walk. Get dressed up in gore to join the hungry horde, or just show up and watch. Zombies will gather at the meet-up spot, Boat Lake at Byrd Park, at 1 p.m. The walk starts around 2:30 or 3 p.m. across from the Byrd Theatre at 2901 W. Cary St. Free to watch; $5 suggested donation to participate.

Opens Saturday – Man Ray: The Paris Years

Explore more than 100 portrait photographs made by American visual artist Man Ray in Paris between 1921 and 1940 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ new exhibit. Expect to see portraits of important literary figures, such as Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce and Gertrude Stein, as well as luminaries, including Henri Matisse, Wallis Simpson, Babette, and many more. Through Feb. 21. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd. $10-$16. (804) 340-1400 or

Sunday – All the Saints Halloween Parade

The Oregon Hill Halloween Parade is back in action this year from All the Saints Theater Company and its wild and magical life-size puppets. Expect to see stilt-walkers, snake dragons, flags, music and more. This year’s theme is “A Funeral March for Billionaires and Beyond!” Head to Laurel and Main streets across from Altria Theater at 7 p.m. to join the parade, or watch the spectacle as it moves through the Oregon Hill neighborhood. Free to watch; donations are encouraged at

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