for Los Angeles, 2002
This is just archive info, current info is
Costumes and Halloween fun go hand in hand. So, it is only appropriate to
brings you news of where you may go to be haunted... or, to do your own haunting. So,
in that spirit... this section has been expanded to more than just places to
wear costumes for this spooky holiday.
Whether you dress up or just want to go to watch costumed folks in Los Angles
this Halloween, here's a selection to sooth the ghoul in you. This is only a
sample of the fun available though out the area. Most listed here have web sites. There's a lot more
fun out there, but this list had to stop sometime. Be sure to check out
your local paper for more events around you or listen to your favorite radio
station for club events. (Check Other
Sources for hints on how to find more events.) For those of you not in
LA who've wandered here, I've got some web source fun at the end of the page.
This longgggggg list starts with the mundane... but you'll find, that like a haunted
house, the further you prowl, the weirder it gets.
The city's have not updated their events calendars for this Halloween,
yet... Here's the offerings for 2001. Expect the same for 2002.
West Hollywood Halloween Carnival
This is the Halloween Costume Party to end all parties -- and that's saying a
lot for Los Angeles. Halloween night Santa Monica Blvd. is closed down in
West Hollywood and turned over to the the wildness of imagination. You'll see some of the most
electrifying, strangest, daringest, gaudiest costumes to strut down a public
There are numerous stages set up with bands and other events as well. There will be a
parade. The grand marshal is ????. There is a drag competition.
Most stores stay open late. It's a great place to
come and play... you never know who or what you will see. There will be numerous stars just roaming the boulevard as well as total shocking silliness.
|West Hollywood on Halloween night is NOT for the kiddies... nor for anyone easily offended. Leave your
inhabitations at home
and party! It's a no-holds-bared Mardi Gras fun night for adults.
Kids have their own West Hollywood carnival on Saturday, October 27.
(Check the website below for more info.) |
|Info: 323-289-2525 or http://www.weho.org/cf/calendar/
Halloween night 6PM to midnight (or until the bars close). West Hollywood on Santa Monica
Blvd - from La Cienga Blvd. to Doheny Drive. Check your local papers for street closure and
parking arrangements. |
|Come in Costume if you can. Costumes may be wild, but please
remember, it is on a city street...|
Hollywood Halloween Street Fair (late update)
OK, it's not quite true that the West Hollywood Street Fair is too big to
contain all the costumes. However, if you are looking for something much
more kid-friendly but still a free spirited street fair, check out what Hollywood
does on Hollywood Blvd..
There's a caravel atmosphere and many of the shops are set up for
trick-or-treaters. Some stores will be open late for tirck-or-treating
It's a great time to
visit the bizarre midnight museums that dot the area.
This year for the first time they are trying to structure the carnival into a
controlled space with admission fees for adults with children getting in
free. There will be carnival rides and food vendors.
|Info: Halloween night after dark to about 10. Some
spots, midnight. The center of Hollywood -- Hollywood Blvd. Main stage
near Highland extending all the way over to Vine where the food vendors will
be. Check your local papers for
actual street closure. Parking is on lots
just off Hollywood Blvd.|
|$10 for adults, children under 12 are free|
|Kids encouraged. Kids costume parade, |
|No silly string this year.|
|Come in Costume if you can.|
The Day of the Dead celebrations date back to the time of the Aztecs.
It is a time of remembrance and socialization. Olvera Street will have two
parades, lots of things for kids and their families, celebrities and wonderful
Check out their web site for a detailed explanation of the history and
culture behind this celebration.
or 213-628-1274. Saturday November 2. 10am until 9pm.
Olvera Street and Broadway, Peublo de Los Angeles, downtown LA.|
"Descanso Gardens offers families and friends the opportunity to enjoy
fall's blooming beauty along with seasonal celebrations."
Children's costume contest on both days, Pumpkin Carving, "The Fascinating
World of Bats" are among the highlights.
|Kids welcome. set up for the whole family.|
or (818) 949-4200. Saturday October 26th and Sunday, October 27th.
|Check out their detailed calendar of events.|
Local City Street Fairs and Halloween parties
Well, I'm not going to try and catch these. Check your local
Most of these are kid oriented. If the pattern from the last couple of
year holds on, a number will be on the Saturday afternoon before
Halloween. Others will start at 4PM on Halloween for the kiddies.
Wana have a fun time down on the farm??? Or just hung a pumpkin?
This is the place. All October they are set up with a pumpkin patch,
petting zoo, hay rides, pony rides, sunflower forest, old fashion food and
more. On the weekends the Country Farm Store has all kinds of home made
crafts and goodies and musicians performing. There are farm demonstrations
though the month and they are set up for schools
Free parking and admission, though rides and petting zoo have a small separate
fee. 10am - 5:30 daily, October 1 - 31. Take I-5 or 101 to Highway 126,
Briggs Roads off ramp, north 1/4 mile.
|Check out their detailed calendar for music schedule and demonstration
times of everything from woodcarvers to black smiths to quilting|
Two days of fun. Four stages of live entertainment and contests.
Contests include pumpkin pie eating and seed spitting. They also have a
costume contest on Saturday with cash prizes. Also have pony rides,
historical demonstrations, petting zoo and reptile show, beer garden, pumpkin
bowling, art and crafts booths and more.
or 818-225-2227. October 19 and 20, 2002. $9 for adjusts,
senior/youth $7, children $5. Additional discounts for
police/military, children in costume on Saturday, etc. Parking $5|
|Paramount Ranch, Kanan Road and 101 Freeway|
Dates open vary. See the sites for the actual days. It's often Friday night through Sunday in October as well as
Halloween. The big ones are open most of October. However, check an
individual attraction's own web site. Because of
intensity of the haunting, there are child age recommendations for most of these
events. Some events have separate children's events.
Here's the most elaborate scare event with over 1,000 monsters. Knott's
Berry Farm turns into the "Scariest Place on Earth" after dark.
Many mazes and shows including Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. This
year they're expanding even further with dinner packages and VIP
tours. They're also having a hearse night.
|Runs most nights in October though November 2rd. (Oct, 3, 4, 5, 6,
11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, Nov. 1, 2) Not recommended for
children under 13. For the little ones, check out Camp
or call 877-858-7234 for more information. |
: $25-35 w/ coupons at Burger King. Prices vary by what weekend and when
purchased. They do sell out some nights, so plan ahead.
(Admission separate from day passes.) Ticketmaster also.|
|Sorry, no costumes on attendees.|
Daytime alternative to the scary Halloween Haunt. Celebrating Halloween
cheer with trick-or-treating, mazes and shows.
|Runs days: September 21-22, 28-29, October 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27, 2002|
|Included in normal day admission to the park|
Wana party on a real haunted ship??? The Queen Mary changes into a horrifying
party boat just to celebrate Halloween. It has 7 mazes this year, 3 levels
of dance parties with DJs as well as a live band in their Boiler Room. Open weekends all October.
|Not recommended for children under 13.|
or call 562-435-3511. Open Friday/Saturday/Sunday in October. (
Oct 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 31, Nov. 1, 2) |
|$25 regular, preview $13.
They do sell out some nights. Ticketmaster also.|
|Sorry, no costumes on attendees.|
Magic Mountain remakes the mountain for the month of October. They have
4 mazes of horror and the bizarre. By popular demand, they've reversed the
Colossus roller coaster for a real fright.
|Mazes not recommended for the young kids. Some mazes have actual age
restrictions. However, they also have Bugs Bunny World: "Twick or
or 661-255-4100. Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October as well as
Halloween night. (Oct 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 31) |
|Included with regular admission. |
|Sorry, no costumes on attendees.|
Also billed as When Holidays Collide. Disneyland has remade over
their famous Haunted Mansion in the style of "Tim Burton's Nightmare Before
Christmas". The somber New Orleans styled house has been redecorated
as Jack Skellington and the other residents of his world descending for some delightful
twists on the mix of Christmas and Halloween.
Runs from October 4th though January 5th only. Included with regular
|Sorry, no costumes on attendees. Kid friendly|
Other Parks and Attractions
Every single amusement park in Southern California seems to have some
kind of Halloween or Autumn celebration going. Many have children's
costume contests. There are addition events from "the
Scarium of the Pacific" to Universal's CityWalk Halloween Carnival
(Oct 26) to
Check out <Other Sources for Boo
News> for search engines.
Join ghosts and spooks in a 25 room haunted Victorian Mansion and the Devil's
Gulch Ghost Town. Newly added is the 3-D "Psychotic Circus".
Famous large undertaking setup for Halloween each year in the San Fernando
Valley. One of the biggest undertaking in Los Angeles every Halloween.
|Regular attraction recommended for 10 and over. Rated: very scarry. Young children are accommodated
at the matinee, Spooky House Adventure, on Saturday and Sunday noon
|Info: http://spookyhouse.com or call
818-888-8570. Admission is children $8.50 to $18.50 or vip
minimum wait tickets $25. (Are planning on having on-line ticket
ordering this year.)|
|Topanga Canyon Blvd. and Victory Blvd. in Woodland
Hills. (This is in the San Fernando Valley. (Actually, on Topanga across the street from Tower Records, in Woodland Hills,
CA. 6260 Topanga Canyon Blvd.)|
|Preview: Sept 20, 21, 27, 28. Regular: Oct 4th, weekends though Nov
2. Open nightly Oct 23 - Nov 2. Friday, Saturday,
Halloween: Dark until midnight. Sunday and weekdays: Dark until
. Various prices, General is $7, Extreme scare days $10, Children's
show $3, coupons on line, group rates, pre-order with pay-pal. Oct
11-13, 17-21, 24-27, 29-Nov 2. Next to Fun Land.|
|Children's show Oct 26, includes balloon bounce and trick-or-treating|
|Regular show, not recommended for children under 12. |
|Extreme show Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 10 PM to midnight, 16 and over only, ID
required . Dance band included|
|They have a fairly complex web site that includes lots of haunt
3-D fright in Alhambra (and a coupon for a free game of laser tag).
|This 2 level haunted house has multiple fright levels so it's OK for the kids at
|Info: www.HauntedZone.com or
call 877-haunt-me. $8 or $2 for children under 5. Friday ,
October 26, Saturday October 27 and Halloween. 231 E. Main
This is a wonderful home based haunting based on mystery not shock. The
Studio City house transforms into a grave yard with Hollywood magic effects. Quite a
number of eerie special effects different than the standard fright house. OK for all ages.
Check out their detailed web site for a tour of their grounds. Lots of
links. Cool pics.
Tuesday October 29 - Halloween, 7PM to Midnight. FREE. 7 until
midnight. 4343 Babcock Avenue, Studio City in the San Fernando Valley.
(One block west of Whitsett Avenue,
just south of Moorpark Street)|
15 years of haunting the San Fernando Valley.
Thursday October 31th, sundown to midnight, Also Sat-Sunday, Nov. 2-3, 2002. Free. 6706 Blewett Ave in Van
Nuys. (South of Vanowen St., just west of the 405.)
Good for all ages. Not meant to be a
"scare". Instead, it "shows you the spookyness that
Halloween has to offer."
|A tour of Hollywood's spooky side|
. Start October 26, 2002, also on Halloween.|
|No children under 12. Adults $15, Seniors and Military
$12. Reservations recommended.|
|"A 1948 Working jail, complete with a ghoulish cast of prisoners.
Four different zones will take our inmates through different jail scenarios."|
. Thursday, October 31, 2002, 3-9 pm, 626-798-1131|
|780 East Altadena Drive. off on Lake, at the Sheriff's station|
|Children over 6, $1 donation.|
|"The Dreaded Curse of Echo Canyon". 15 minuet presentation
by docents at the Stone Canyon nature Center in Burbank.|
or 818/238-5440. Get extract times and additional events from the web
|Haunted Hike: Fri Oct 18, Sat 19, 7-9:30|
|Full moon hike: Mon Oct 21|
|Kids event: Sun Oct 20|
|Things that go bump in the night: Sat. Oct 26|
|1499 Wildwood Canyon Rd, Burbank. $3 adults. Kids over 6
only. Babysitting available. |
Haunt World has a very detailed list
|Note: some viewer may have trouble with this page, just say <no> to
|When clicking on other links, you can bypass frames by doing a right
click and then <open in new window>|
|Some info is out of date, so check with the house before going. This
year many more houses do have web pages.|
Throughout the country...
Go to Haunted House search engines...
And just to not leave out the east coast entirely... I had to mention Castle
Blood. So, they're on the other side of the country... don't let that stop
you. People come from all over to see them. If you want to see fantastically
haunted costumes, check out the web site at www.CastleBlood.com.
They have won national awards for their costuming... or and you can order
costumes for them... for next year.
Yup, seriously. Carve a pumpkin under water! Catalina Island
has all kinds of Halloween events planned. This one is of special note. Saturday,
As the title says, this is a doggie costume
contest!!! Bring your pet and howl with the pampered pooches in the
Belmount Shores area. Sunday, October 27
. contest starts at 2pm but the" Yappy Hour" and
"Bobbing for Weenies" begins at 1:30 p.m|
|$5 or more charitable donation per dog goes to local
animal charities |
|Livingston Park. Ocean Boulevard and 2nd Street, Long Beach|
Book Signing by Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury will be signing copies of "Ray Bradbury: An Illustrated
Life" on Saturday, Oct 26. (OK, so not specifically Halloween... but
he is a master of suspense and the chill.
|Info: 818-545-0121, Noon to 2 pm|
|At Mystery and Imagination book store, 238 N. Brand Blvd, Glendale |
|This is listed as a "Bellydance DreamStories a Go-Go! Dance Fusion
Show" that mixes "the colorful, exotic worlds of Fantasy
Bellydance, Techno-Trance, Fire Dance,|
Hip-Hop, Go-Go dance and Martial Arts". Lots of amazing costumes
|Sunday, October 27th, 2002, doors open at 7, show starts at 8, dance party
Living History at Los Encinos State Historical Park
Here's a chance to escape to the 19th century for the afternoon. Not a
Haloween event, but great costumes. "From noon to 3 PM, we will have a program of historical music and
living history, featuring the music of Los Californios and the Dogtown
Filharmonik with vocals by Sheila Murphy-Nelson. Guests are invited to dance on
the lawn to the music of 19th Century California. The program will also
include children's activities and storytelling." Then, from 3 PM to 5
PM, the public is invited to a forum where the existing plans for the rebuilding
of the park's historical education program will be discussed.
|Saturday , October 12th, 2002,starting at noon|
, free for all|
|Los Encinos is located a half a block east of the intersection of Ventura
Blvd and Balboa Blvd.|
|19th century costume optional|
transported back in time to the 16th century for an evening of period dinner and
dance in the time of Sherlock Holmes. This year's theme is "Holmes
and Watson fraternize with the lower classes!"
|This is a costume only event for adults. |
|Info: 818-893-1501 (Jerry). Saturday, November 2nd. San Gabriel Valley,
South Pasadena Woman's Club|
|Costumes of the era requested|
A fund raiser for the new Arcadia Historical Museum. Features live music from
Los Californios and a wooden dance floor. The program will be a combination of
demonstration dances and public participation. Program runs from 11 AM to 4 PM
with three dance sets of approximately 45 minutes.
|Info: Sunday, November 3rd. Admission $10. San Gabriel
Valley, 380 West Huntington Dr., Arcadia.
|Directions: 210 Freeway, Baldwin Ave exit, south. Turn Left onto
Huntington Dr. It is at the fork of Campus & Huntington.|
There are more costume dance events scheduled. Check www.lahacal.org
for many more ideas.
Grab your walking shoes and be prepared for 'a marble-ous tour
of post-mortem stargazing' as tour guilds from the Art Deco Society re-tell
Hollywood's history -- movie moguls, stars, early pioneers and entrepreneurs.
Reservations are required, though guided tours depart every 15
minutes on Saturday, October 26th, 2001 1PM - 3PM.
or 323-659-3326. Cost: $13 for non ADSLA members. 6000 Santa
Monica Boulevard, between Gower and Van Ness at the fountain inside the main
Stay for Dia De Los Muertos.
"This tradition is enriched with beauty, caring and humor
with which the Mexicans celebrate their rites or communion between the living
and the dead. They believe that each year on the "Day of the Dead",
the souls of their departed loved ones return to share a feast with the
living. Since it is a reunion there is nothing somber or macabre about this
Info: (877) 844-3837. http://www.ladayofthedead.com
Saturday October 26, 3-10:30, Free, food available in park
Theatrical presentations, processions, singers, etc
Monica Boulevard (same as the Hollywood Forever walking tour)
Contests for altar building
They do not encourage the public to come in costumes but
typical Mexican dress-up, face painting as a skull is OK
Major dance festival at the LA Sports Arena and surrounding
area. Billed as one of the biggest electronic music events in
the country. "This year's event will feature five functioning,
technologically advanced Multimedia stages and rigging installations."
Check the website for the full list of performers and stages.
or 323-9605155. Tickets at Ticket master and other locations.
Saturday, Oct 26, 5:30PM to 4AM, $35 presale, $45 at
even, $75 VIP. 3939 S. Figueroa St. in Downtown LA.
"Costumes are recommended but no costumes with
spikes, chains, or any other decoration that can be harmful will be allowed
in the venue." Costume contest.
(We're looking at theatres with Halloween productions,
list will be update as we find them.)
a Musical Nightmare
Hey, when does a title say it all. Grand journey into a wonderfully entertaining,
if twisted, version of the classic. Great night's entertainment.
"Thrills! Chills! Songs! Beautiful girls! "
. (310) 281-8337. Thurs to Sat nights, Sept 26 - Nov 2, 2002. 8 PM,
tickets can be purchased on line. Reservations recommended, especially
close to Halloween. |
The Sacred Fools Theater, 660 North Heliotrope, Hollywood,
CA 90004, 2 blocks East of the Normandie/Melrose exit on the 101, 1/3 block
South of Melrose
Horror Picture Show
Time warp for charity! "District Councilmember Nick Pacheco and
Doctor Frank-N-Furter welcome the community to do the "Time Warp" at
the Eagle Theater in fabulous Eagle Rock on Saturday, October 26 at 5:30 pm with
a lingerie costume contest hosted by Alexis Arquette followed by a screening of
the Rocky Horror Picture Show. ... Proceeds of the event will
benefit the Greater Los Angeles Council on Deafness (GLAD)."
|$31, includes complimentary cocktail reception, hors d'oeuvres.|
|The Eagle Theater, 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd (south of Colorado Blvd)|
|Show starts at 5:30. |
Edgar Allen Poe, Once Upon a Midnight
John Astin as Edgar Allen Poe at the Hermosa Beach Playhouse. The play integrates
recitations of various writings including the Raven in it's complete form.
|Info: 310-372-4477, Thurs Oct. 16 - Sun Oct 19 only. Tickets
$40-$45. Thur-Sat 8pm, Sunday 2 and 7 pm..|
|The Hermosa Beach Playhouse, 710 Pier Ave., Hermosa Beach|
Many theatres have special screens planned for Halloween and the weekend
before. Pick up a paper or hit www.MovieFone.com
or <Other Sources> and check out
the theatres. Tasty treats include...
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
Watch the 1993 classic movie at the El Capitan Theatre along with two
of his earlier films, "Frankenwennie" and "Vincent".
See classic props and sets from the movie
|Opens October 25ths with a special panel of the filmmakers starting
or 1-800-DISNEY, October 25-31. Six shows a day.|
|Tickets Adult: $10, Kids & Seniors $6.50, group $6, special VIP inkling
no-wait & "best seat" promise. El Capitan Theatre, 6830
Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood.|
Celebrate October with the originals of Horror Movies. The Silent Movie
Theatre is the last fully operational silent movie theatre in the US. Join
then for the classics, with live musical accompaniment.
| Nosferatu: October 4,5,6 |
|Spooky weekend: October 18-20|
|The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: Oct 31- Nov 3|
/ program is subject to change - please call the box office at: (323)
655-2520 to confirm show times!|
|611 North Fairfax Avenue, Hollywood, California 90036, (one-half block
south of Melrose Avenue).|
Looking for newer scary movies? Come see the latest. Also catch
some of the classics with special guest lectures and autograph sessions.
The festival is Oct. 17-20. Catch numerous LA premieres of the up and
coming horror movies.
|A few highlights of the classics screening:
|"The Exorcist - the version you've never seen before".
William Friedkin is scheduled to attend with a Q & A following
the screening. Oct 17.|
|George Romero autography signing, Oct 19|
or 323-656-4SCREAM for a complete schedule and more details about
ticket requirements for the special features.
|$11.50 per ticket or $100 for the whole festival|
|Will not have a lot for this section until Halloween gets much closer,
check back then.|
Up to you... but it's a great time to wear the 'blacks' and powder your face, at
least. Just watch out for those with the naturally sharp teeth.
Check out these haunted search engines for activities around the country.
They have haunted houses, chat, costume tips and more...
Use search engines for events around Los Angeles. Note: no search engines
have everything, so dig for info.
|Check out DigitalCity.com.
Search by Key Word and narrow down you choice by area or category.
They have a special
Halloween section with events broken down by category, including a kid
friendly section. They also have photo tours of haunted hotels and
other fun stuff to get you in the mood.|
Angeles Almanac list a lot of family friendly activities for
October including street fairs, harvest festivals and museum days.|
|The Los Angeles Times' CalendarLive.com
has a long list of children's happenings and costume contests - most on the
Saturday and Sunday before Halloween. Check out the BOO section for
Some of da Cat's favorites for Halloween stuff
|Western Costume's Annual Halloween Rental
|The Ultimate spot for costumes from the famous and infamous.
Western Costume is normally closed to the general public but opens their
doors to rent to the general public for one month a year. You pick
up the costume for the month and return it after Halloween. So,
come as early in the month as you can for the best selection. With their collection built from 90 years in
film and television costuming, you can be anything you wish. You
may actually rent the costumes used in films and TV shows you have loved
-- everything from "Happy Days" to "Cleopatra", any
era from Caveman to Spaceman.|
|Info: 818-760-0900, Oct 1-11, 10am-6pm, Oct 12-31,
10am-7pm. 11041 Vanowen St., North Hollywood. Just W of
Vineland. Enter from the rear.|
|Wonderful make-up and special effects from the Studio City store.
While most of the year they cater to the film industry, they go all out
during this season to bring high class make-up effects to the masses.
| If you want profession makeup done for a special party, make an appointment well in advance.|
|Their web store has a sampling of their offerings: www.CinemaSecrets.com
- makeup, Woochie (professional quality latex appliances) and
|Highest quality collection of in-the-bag costumes I've
|Well worth the couple extra bucks... Their web site pictures don't
do these justice.|
|This great wig store is actually in North Hollywood.
|Nice web store - http://www.wilshirewigs.com/
|Check out the "Costume Wigs" and "Bargain
Wigs" categories for Halloween hair.|
|They carry everything from serious wigs to Halloween insanity
|Love their prices. Special pricing for schools and group purchase.|
|The Halloween Club
|This is a year round giant store for everything Halloween located in
North Orange County.
|Truly amazing amount of costumes and props... everything from inexpensive to
trust-fund baby's party level.|
|Shop early, if possible. Open very late this time of year. This place can be a total zoo in October, but if you want
selection, this is the place.|
|I don't believe they have a web page so if you need info: 800-4 SPOOKY. |
|Located at 13310 East Firestone #A, in Santa Fe
Springs. (You can see it from the 5 freeway. Exit at
|AlterYears, for the Costumer
|Building your own costume? Want something beyond the patterns you
can find in the fabric stores?
|This store in San Gabriel specializes in historical patterns (and
|Also carry a number of hard to find costume accessories including
hoop skirts, gloves, corsets and boning.|
|Their web site ( www.AlterYears.com
) is incomplete has only a few examples of their patterns, but they have many more in store.
|8960 E. Huntington Dr., San Gabriel, 626-614-9400 (Located behind
the North Woods Inn in Clearman's Village - Huntington Drive and
OK, so sometimes you're not up to running out and around in costume... check
out your TV for all kinds of monster festivals. Let them wear the
costumes and makeup! You'll have your feet propped up and a bowl of candy in
Get started with some web games and schedules: (You're on your own
for the rest!)
| AMC's Monster Fest - many movies and many games: www.AMCTV.com
including a Halloween version of 'You don't know Jack'.|
|Turner Classic Movies is also all prep for fang night:
If a search engine brought you to this page, you may want to
prowl the rest of the Alley Cat Scratch site. Most of it is
about costumes and resources for them... so if you like
dress-up, come play with da Cat.
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daCat@AlleyCatScratch.com with any corrections or
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