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Guide to the Long Weekend: This Is Halloween



Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!

For those of you haven’t decided how to spend your fall break yet, Raphaelle Debenedetti and Gabby Beans offer an array of zany and spooky things to do for Halloween in the city.

Free Events (all info here)
  • The Village Halloween Parade
  • The Brewery
  • The Furniture Factory
  • The Knitting Factory
  • The Horror Show
  • The Omega Plastics
Events for $10+

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Does anyone know what movie they’re showing before the procession of ghouls at St John the Divine this year?

    I went three years ago, and I know they played the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, so I assume showing an old horror film is standard

    1. yup says:

      @yup it’s Dr. Caligari again. thanks intro to film class <3

  • Don't tempt me. says:

    @Don't tempt me. I’ve still got three midterms and a seven page paper to do this weekend. What break?

  • Hmm says:

    @Hmm The first link suggests that the Brewery/Knitting Factory/Furniture Factory events are $15, not free

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Plus they are “strictly” 21+ … meaning what level of ID security?

  • Holiday Plans says:

    @Holiday Plans Ten-page research paper midterm due Wednesday. I hate school.

    1. AGREED says:

      @AGREED uncool, death and the body, uncool.

  • Andrew says:

    @Andrew This is awesome, thank you thank you Bwog (and writers)

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