Halloween Roundup

Our guide to spooky celebrations and other haunted happenings this year.

Halloween Roundup

Our guide to spooky celebrations and other haunted happenings this year.
On The Town

Pumpkin Festivals and Farm Events to Fill Your Fall Calendar

From corn mazes to craft beer celebrations, here's how to welcome the season in style.

Arts District

Maryland Science Center and Believe In Music Announce Halloween Party Lineup

Headliners include J. Roddy Walston and The Business, DDm, and Psycho Killers.

Charmed Life

Four DIY Makeup Looks to Try This Halloween

Step-by-step makeup tutorials from gory to glittery.

The Chatter

Meet the Mulder and Scully of Baltimore's X-Files

MIke Frizzell knows it can get real weird out there.

Arts & Culture

Not Dead Yet

After 125 years, the Ouija board’s Baltimore origin story has been unraveled. Research shows it works, too. (Kind of.)

In Good Taste

The Best Places to Get Your Pumpkin Spice Fix This Fall

Brace yourselves—we’re about to get real basic.

Arts & Culture

Cameo: Katie Marquette

We talk with the host and producer of The Noir and Bizarre podcast.

News & Community

Night Crawlers

During the spectral season, try these spooky strolls for haunted history lessons.

Travel & Outdoors

Spooky Baltimore

With Halloween on the horizon, a guide to some of our city’s scariest sites.

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