Mainiero Square was transformed into a Halloween wonderland decorated with skeletons, spider webs and spooky signs as La Verne Community Television hosted its seventh annual live broadcast, Halloween Spooktacular, from 3-5 p.m. Saturday.
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Día de los Muertos, known in English as Day of the Dead, is a sacred Mexican holiday to honor ancestors and recently deceased loved ones in a three-day long celebration from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2.
“How long could I last in a zombie apocalypse” is something I ask myself on a daily basis. Not really, but during this spooky season I start to wonder. To test my skills, I participated in Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s Zombie Apocalypse Wednesday night on campus.
Halloween is a day many people look forward to every year – from picking the perfect pumpkin to carve, to going to haunted houses, to dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating. It’s all fun and games until costumes become displays of mockery and oppression against people’s gender identities or cultures.
Decorated skeletons, pumpkins, witches, and scarecrows make the Harvest Pumpkin Patch at Heritage Park in La Verne a festive place to be this Halloween season.
Children and their families celebrate Halloween around La Verne.
Mayor Don Kendrick, City Council Member Charlie Rosales, University President Devorah Lieberman and children dressed in their Halloween best appeared on LVTV’s live broadcast of the sixth annual Halloween Spooktacular Friday.
Imaginative Halloween enthusiasts ambled into the streets last week in the usual colorful display of outfits—some of them humorous, some of them horrifying, but not all of them tasteful.
Costumes and candy filled tables for a spooky scene at Sneaky Park for Mu Phi Epsilon’s first Halloween Kids’ Club concert.
Halloween is traditionally thought of as a holiday where only children go door-to-door trick-or-treating, but adults participate in the tradition, which has sparked some controversy.