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Here’s your chance to pile on – at the Fall Leaf Festival Saturday at Finch Arboretum. (File)
Here’s your chance to pile on – at the Fall Leaf Festival Saturday at Finch Arboretum. (File)

Your Food

Treat your little monsters – or yourself – to fun Halloween treats you can make at home. We’ve compiled some fun ideas ranging from candy corn cake pops from Celebrations Bakery owner Amber Owens to creepy spider-infested deviled eggs.

Get recipes and more food news in Wednesday’s Food section.

Your fun

On CD

Billy Ray Cyrus, “Change My Mind”

Bridgit Mendler, “Hello My Name Is …”

Colbie Caillat, “Christmas in the Sand”

Taylor Swift, “Red”

Tony Bennett, “Viva Duets”

On DVD (Tuesday)

“Magic Mike”

“Madea’s Witness Protection”

“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”

“Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”

“Crooked Arrows”

“Take This Waltz”

“Happy Endings”

In theaters (Friday)

“Chasing Mavericks”

“Cloud Atlas”

“Fun Size”

“Silent Hill: Revelation 3D”

On TV

Today: The team races against time to stop Parish’s deadly plan on the season finale of “Alphas.” 8 p.m., Syfy.

Tuesday: Two shows examine events of October 1962, first “Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War,” followed by “Secrets of the Dead: The Man Who Saved the World,” about a Soviet submarine captain who refused to launch a nuclear torpedo. 7 p.m., KSPS; 8 p.m. KCDT.

Wednesday: Gorging on candy has surprising consequences for Brick on “The Middle.” 8 p.m., ABC.

Thursday: Melanie Lynskey returns to “Two and a Half Men” as stalker Rose, and now she has her sights set on Walden. 8:30 p.m., CBS.

Friday: Broyles is back, and the “Fringe” team wonder if he can be trusted. 9 p.m., Fox.

Saturday: Do you know the Spokane connection? Burt Lancaster, Audrey Hepburn, Audie Murphy, Lillian Gish and Albert Salmi star in “The Unforgiven.” 8 p.m., KSPS.

Sunday: If baseball or football don’t grab you, how about a zombie wedding on “Halloween Wars”? 9 p.m., Food.

On stage

Jake Shimabukuro, Monday, Bing Crosby Theater

Trophée Mondial opening ceremony, Tuesday, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox

“Incorruptible,” opens Thursday, shows through Nov. 10, Interplayers Theatre

Idaho Bach Festival, Thursday and Friday, University of Idaho, Moscow

“Songs for a New World: In Concert,” Friday and Saturday, Spokane Civic Theatre

Around town

“Vertigo,” Wednesday, Magic Lantern

Laugh for the Cure, Thursday, Lincoln Center

Mt. Spokane Ski Patrol Ski Swap, Saturday, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center

Fall Leaf Festival, Saturday, Finch Arboretum

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