10/3-4: Near Southside, 'Evil Dead' and Old Beer

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    Bishop Arts has an Oktoberfest block party complete with ancient barrel tap planned for Sunday.

    NOT GOOGLE: Fort Worth is back in our Saturday blurbs for another sweeping neighborhood arts fest, this time to help brand the burgeoning Near Southside district. Galleries, businesses and restaurants deck their walls with the work of local artists and Fort Worth-based musicians (Whiskey Folk Ramblers!) keep sounds coming all afternoon and through the night for Arts Goggle. Download a big honkin' PDF schedule under the News and Events tab here. 3-10PM.

    ALL THE MEN IN MY LIFE KEEP GETTING KILLED BY CADARIAN DEMONS: On weekends until Halloween, you can travel to that infamous cabin in the woods where coeds meet their doom -- and sing and dance all the way there. Dallas Hub Theater's production of Evil Dead: The Musical can be seen from within The Splatter Zone if you don't mind a little demon blood on your shirt. Get tickets for Saturday's show at 8PM here.

    ON TARGET: Of the slew of cool events planned during Cyclesomatic, of course there would be an Oktoberfest celebration. A block party between 7th and 8th streets on Bishop Ave. put on by Eno's Pizza will commence with Franconia Brewery's tapping of a family-owned barrel of beer that's reportedly 200 years old. There'll be a game of darts to partake in as the local micro-brews pour. Proceeds go to Bike Friendly Oak Cliff. Sunday from 2-9PM.