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A Halloween Party Retrospective, In Two Parts

Halloween's still a few days off, but last weekend there were plenty of chances to take the costume for a spin, especially for zombies in Deep Ellum last night, and for every other thing you can imagine (and a few you might rather not) Saturday night in Oak Lawn.

Get a double dose of Halloween spirit in our pair of slide shows from the weekend's festivities -- the Oak Lawn Halloween Street Party, shot by Gloria Levario, and Justin Terveen's shots from the zombie pub crawl and fundraiser in Deep Ellum.

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