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Great pumpkins: more than lanterns

by Katherine Larson It is hard, in the United States, to think of the month of October without thinking of Halloween. No longer limited to October 31, images of ghouls, goblins and witches fill our stores and our airwaves all month long. Along with these displays come veritable mountains of pumpkins. Whether or not we […]

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Marquette ramps up for Halloween

by Jim Pennell The ghost of an ancient mariner passes by, dwarfed by a twelve-foot-tall skeleton that bobs and weaves above a huge crowd. A group of dancers move in a smooth traditional dance, oblivious to the zombie in the red dress that staggers past them. A giant silk cocoon unfolds, revealing a young girl […]

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