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Alcohol violations this Halloween weekend represented the highest number of violations for the weekend in at least seven years, roughly matching last years figures.
GW created a responder program this fall for neighbors to report their complaints about off-campus student behavior, a perennial issue in the Foggy Bottom area.
The Georgetown staircase joined D.C.’s landmarks in a ceremony that included the film’s director, William Friedkin and screenwriter William Peter Blatty.
Batman is the hero that D.C. needs – at least when it comes to Halloween costumes.
Halloween is a three-day affair, so after you’ve gotten your free candy from the embassies, take your costume and head to one of these spooky events.
Trick or Treat for Service is preparing for its annual event to collect canned goods and non-perishables to donate to Capital Area food bank.
Students were invited Tuesday to BYOP – bring your own pumpkin – to Kogan Plaza, where they joined professors to carve their favorite literary scenes from works from “Beowulf” to “The Divine Comedy” into pumpkins.
From zoos to clubs to old-fashioned creepy mansions, there’s a Halloween event for everyone in the District. After dressing up and grabbing your $3 Boorito from Chipotle, here are some places to spend the rest of your Halloween.
Chocolate Moose, a zany gift shop at 17th and L streets, is full of Halloween items and accessories for that last-minute costume.