Workers at the Hyde Park Shaw's cleared several shelves today so they could unload these goodies.
Caught in Southie reports DCR has denied a permit for the proposed Fright Night at Castle Island.
The Globe reports on the war of words over a promoter's plan to convert the Castle Island fort into a horror show for Halloween:
Fright Island’s critics worry the family-friendly South Boston they cherish is under siege as younger professionals flock to the neighborhood, and handing Castle Island over to blood-covered zombies and beer-buzzed millennials would just accelerate that trend.
Chris took in some youth soccer in Dedham today. One coach had his team wear costumes.
PlunkettPrime stayed well clear of the ravenous dinosaur out for a bite in Brighton Center.
Greg Cook compiles a list. Did he miss any?
A concerned citizen is goblinsmacked over this Halloween decoration at High and School streets in Charlestown:
Halloween decorations completely blocking the sidewalk.
V took in the pumpkin festival on the Lawn on D in South Boston tonight.
Ecco Pierce carved the visage with his "super handy assistant," Ted Lynch. Pierce reports this year's event was amazingly larger than last year's - he reports people waited in line for three hours for a pumpkin to carve for the flaming pumpkin wall, which V videoed: Read more.
Annabelle Blake spotted this fine specimen this morning on Tremont Street between W. Concord and Worcester:
Lovely Ritah Meetah Maid... Buuuuuuuurp.
Patty Neal reports her local Stop & Shop now has Halloween candy on the shelves.
A big frog led a parade around the Frog Pond today during the city's Halloween pumpkin festival, which featured floating pumpkins, giant bubbles, kettle corn and a chance to go down a slide while dressed as a princess.
And Tom Menino was there, making his last Halloween appearance on the Common as mayor. He moved slowly through a dense knot of people as parents brought their kids up to meet him. He greeted and posed with every one of them:
Our own Suldog recalls a different time.