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'Trick-or-treat' is the standard greeting on Halloween but not all kids are able to say those words. One mom is trying to make the holiday more autism-friendly by making blue buckets the sign a child is non-verbal.
Do you know what's what for Halloween in 2019? The responses to this Halloween trends survey may come as a spooky surprise.
Detroit's newest greenspace, Beacon Park, is offering up some serious family fun this fall including an urban cider mill and a spooktacular Halloween celebration.
That ding-dong sound rattles many millennials – along with at least one of their moms. A Detroit native kids author spills on being spooked by the doorbell.
These Howlin' Halloween trends keep the creepy fun going all October long – whether you’ve got a wee ghost in the house or a teenage werewolf on your hands.
Find Halloween fun for kids minus the bitter chill with indoor trick-or-treating events around Macomb, Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw counties.
Carved or decorated, fresh from the patch or fake, jack-o'-lanterns are family fun. These crafty pumpkin carving ideas are sure to get you geared up.
Metro Parent's editor-in-chief reminisces of past Halloween traditions and gives a desperate Halloween plea to put the trick-or-treating back in the holiday.
Trick or treat! Bring your little ghouls and ghosts out to one of these Halloween events in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor for a night of spooktacular family fun.
Kids allergic to nuts, milk and more can look for pumpkins painted blue-green to find homes giving safe treats, thanks to The Teal Pumpkin Project.
Several cities now have laws that slap kids over the age of 12 with penalties for going door-to-door on Halloween – and we think it's ridiculous.
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