By Katherine Wright Trick-or-treating is one of those normalized rituals that doesn’t seem strange until you start really thinking about it. On any other day of the year, you can’t just show up to a random person’s house and ask for loose candy to be put into your plastic, pumpkin-shaped bucket or old pillowcase. But, […]

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As a young kid, Halloween was the unique opportunity to stay up late and go out on a school night — granted, “late” meant 8 p.m. and “go out” meant walk around the neighborhood. Still, there was something undeniably special about trick-or-treating. It was so much more than just ringing doorbells and getting candy. Now […]

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