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Posted at 5:24 PM ET, 10/28/2010

Eat, don't wear, bacon: D.C.'s blogs

By Washington Post editors

Good afternoon. Seems like Halloween starts earlier and earlier these days. On my way into the office this morning, I passed a group of pint-sized trick-or-treaters. (Adorable!) Maybe it's all just a warm-up for the big day -- Sunday. In that vein, we have some selections from the D.C.-area blogosphere on costume don'ts as well as important safety tips. Read on.

From Smithsonian.com pumpkin carving, Smithsonian style. You can carve Tai Shan into your Halloween pumpkin – or even the Smithsonian Castle. Pick a template, hit print and you’re in business.

Beyond DC has been doing a fun series of photographs of D.C. streets, dubbed, “Autumn Streets.” Here is their H Street gallery.

Endless Simmer presents a gallery of “The 10 Worst Halloween Food Costumes.” Really folks, it’s better to eat bacon than to wear it.

We love these humorous subway coupons so much we wish we (and not the New York Times) thought of them first. Metro-Venture uses one to express her transit pet peeve.

It’s not until Sunday, but it’s good to remember these Halloween safety tips courtesy of District 411, Montgomery County Council woman Nancy Navarro’s blog.

That's it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great day.

By Washington Post editors  | October 28, 2010; 5:24 PM ET
Categories:  DC, Loris AM Buzz, Maryland, Virginia  
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