What are you doing this weekend? November 1-3

Walk and Stalk, Stomp and Chomp, then Tie One On

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As you might have observed, we’re a little Walking Dead obsessed of late. Join other TWD obsessives at Walker Stalker, the first convention created in honor of Atlanta’s favorite zombies. Show stars—including Steven Yeun (Glenn), Melissa McBride (Carol), Scott Wilson (Hershel), Andrew Lincoln (Rick), and Norman Reedus (Daryl)—will be on hand. The panel discussions range from cerebral (“Zombie Ethics” with Emory profs) to squishy (“How to Paint and Apply Foam Latex Zombie Prosthetics”). Stop by our booth and say hi. (And while you’re there,enter to win an autographed blow-up of one of our covers.) Friday, Saturday, Sunday. walkerstalkercon.com

John Legend
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter-pianist stops at the fabulous Fox in support of his new album, Love in the Future. Friday, 8 p.m. foxtheatre.org

Chomp n Stomp
Sample chili by amateur and pro chefs (we’ve tried squirrel, deer, and vegan in years past), then stick around for bluegrass performances during this annual Cabbagetown festival. Feeling brave? Enter the bobbing for Brussels sprouts contest. Pro tip: Parking and driving are impossible. Take MARTA. You can walk over from the King Memorial Station or from Inman Park—via the Krog Street Tunnel. Saturday,11 a.m. to 6 p.m. chompandstomp.com

Oakland Cemetery Scavenger Hunt
If you haven’t gotten enough of Halloween by Saturday afternoon, grab a team and trek through the tombs of Oakland Cemetery while answering questions and solving challenges. There will be prizes! Saturday, 4-7 p.m. scavengerhuntatl.com

Tie One On
Not ready for beer week to be over? Atlanta’s own Monday Night Brewing celebrates its second birthday with live music, food trucks, craft cocktails, and of course lots of beer. Saturday, 5-10 p.m. mondaynightbrewing.com

Chastain Park Arts Festival
The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces is putting on its fifth annual festival. The event features more than one hundred artists and artisans along Park Drive. Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. chastainparkartsfestival.com

Pluto
Actor’s Express premieres a full-length play by Steve Yockey (who also wrote Wolves) that traces a single mother’s efforts to connect with her withdrawn son. Runs through November 24. actors-express.com

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