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This year’s hot costumes reflect pop culture

Angry Birds, Charlie Sheen among best-sellers

At Halloween Hall on Sunday afternoon, Jazz Ortiz models a Charlie Sheen mask. Preparing for Halloween, the facility on Saturday, Oct. 15, will host a free Scare-A-Thon, offeringt inflatable rides, a pirate ship, miniature golf, popcorn , apple cider and face painting, and employees will be costumed for the occasion.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
At Halloween Hall on Sunday afternoon, Jazz Ortiz models a Charlie Sheen mask. Preparing for Halloween, the facility on Saturday, Oct. 15, will host a free Scare-A-Thon, offeringt inflatable rides, a pirate ship, miniature golf, popcorn , apple cider and face painting, and employees will be costumed for the occasion.
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From Angry Birds to Wall Street Protestors, this year’s Halloween costumes are once again reflecting pop culture. But there are traditionalists as well, including 6-year-old Molly Jolicoeur, who loves Raggedy Ann books and consequently loves the idea of dressing up like the big, floppy doll for Halloween. “I really like the white spots on her dress,” she said last week as she surveyed her Halloween options with her mom. Her older brother Zane was also ...

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