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Peter Cheung helped organize - and video - last night's annual Halloween Bike Ride. Read more.
Tess Scheflan captured Tanya Nixon-Silberg being inspired by Sharif Muhammad's new mural on McBride Street in Jamaica Plain.
Matt Frank stayed a respectable distance away from this T Rex on Revere Beach late this afternoon - as well as Rex's dog-walking dinospouse: Read more.
James Sanna shows us the wigged-out James Michael Curley statutes today.
Alejandro Pérez asks: "Who did it better?"
Also see this four-person Orange Line costume.
Michael Ratty makes us go: We'd buy it.
Tim Lepczyk spotted some roving eyes on bushes on Hillburn Street, between Metropolitan Avenue and Whitford Street in Roslindale.
Spotted yesterday at the Dedham Stop & Shop. And look: It's human grade, so you can enjoy a hearty gnaw yourself.
A Jamaica Plain tradition is the Halloween parade along Centre Street, where kids in costumes patrol as local businesses and residents hand out treats. Yesterday, one parent reports, she was a bit miffed when her daughter showed her one goodie bag that had a come-to-Jesus pamphlet stuffed in it as well, down near Mozart Street. Read more.
But did Justin listen to Erin? The photo tells the story.
Elsewhere in Cambridge: Read more.
Eileen Murphy decorated a mum plant for Halloween with "spider web fluff" and a fake spider. But then a poor bee got tangled. She reports:
Needed sewing machine tweezers, decoupage scissors & most tiny crochet hook to remove all the fluff from very angry bee. No more fluff from me.
Fred spotted this creepy display on Burroughs Street in Jamaica Plain.
Oh, look what Jenni K spotted at the Star Market at Packards Corner in Allston today.
Kim Foley MacKinnnon got to work with the snow on her Roslindale front steps today to create a social-distancing candy luge: Read more.
Kyle Stratis reports from Marlborough Street between Exeter and Fairfield in the Back Bay:
This is where I was when the Great Back Bay Blackout of 2020 finally ceased its half hour long reign of terror
Seriously, just stay away, Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll and Gov. Baker said today. Driscoll said the city is so worried about becoming a superspreader it's canceling events and spending money on advertising to warn people to find something else to do that night. "This is not the year to come to Salem," Driscoll said. Also, MBTA commuter-rail trains will be bypassing Salem on numerous runs.
Don't Panic captured the city's biggest pumpkin at Mission Park off Huntington Avenue the other day.
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