Lots of families got an early start on candy gathering at events such as the West Seattle Harvest Fest and Trick-or-Treat on the Waterfront.
It was my way of embracing the “Cash for Candy” campaign pushed by the National Financial Educators Council. This year, I am taking my efforts...
George Moore, 76, a lover of Halloween, and, yes, a retired dentist, says he has decorated the exterior of his Northeast Seattle brick Tudor home...
Because Halloween calls for dark red wine poured from bottles designed to look creepy.
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Celebrate the season with our list of Halloween and harvest activities, including a chocolate-treasure search and lots of trick-or-treating events.
Before you eat another piece of candy, contemplate the mighty burpee.
Keep dogs and cats safe on Halloween with tips on costumes, decorations, food and more.
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