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This weekend in the arts: Oct. 28-31

Halloween only comes once a year, but thankfully, you don’t have to wait until Oct. 31 to celebrate. In this special edition of This...

This weekend in the arts: Oct. 21-23

In this special edition of This Weekend in the Arts, the Indianapolis Recorder has you covered with all kinds of fall-related and Halloween-esqe events to check out.

It’s that haunted time of year again: Trick-or-treat night and Halloween safety tips

With the help of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Indianapolis Fire Department and Indiana Department of Homeland Security, we’ve put together a list of some things parents should keep in mind before the sun sets on Oct. 31.

The Indianapolis Public Library is getting spooky this month

Indianapolis is bustling with autumn activities, fall festivals and haunted endeavors, but one location not to be overlooked is your very own library. Throughout this month, the Indianapolis Public Library will host spooky and fall-themed events. Listed events are free, although some require registration.

Indy Scream Park returns with extravagant haunts, more boo-ze

As we’re nearing our second year of living through a global pandemic, you might think there’s not a lot that could scare you. How about...

Haunted fun for all

Many people have a fascination with being scared, and it’s only weird because it doesn’t make sense, not because it’s out of the ordinary.Groups...

Can you handle scary stories in a cemetery?

Here are some Halloween movies you might remember and still watch around this time of year: “Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things,” “Night of...

It’s officially time to get spooky at Indy Scream Park

I grew up in a small town where there was one haunted house attraction around Halloween. The Haunted Barn, I think it was called....

Costume Chic: Kristin Shelby creates crafty costumes

When Kristin Shelby attended her first “Breakfast Club” outing — a Purdue University tradition during which students drink in costume before home football games...

Keep Halloween a Pocahottie-free zone

Walmart apologized for selling “fat girl” Halloween costumes on its website this week, but I have yet to see any apology for selling the...
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