When I went off to college four years ago, Halloween morphed from a season of candy and ghostly lawn decor to a season of frat parties and skimpy costumes. Of course the latter can be fun, but there’s no replacing the thrill of frolicking around the neighborhood, arm-in-arm with friends, weighed down by buckets of collected candy.
Why can’t we have both? I want a well-rounded Halloween with trick-or-treating and themed cocktails and spooky dance parties. This year, I took the opportunity to attend the sold-out Oogie Boogie Bash - A Disney Halloween Party at Disney’s California Adventure as the answer to my call.
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