Find a Halloween costume, laugh it up at the Bentzen Ball and celebrate Bluejacket's birthday.
Halloween falls on a Monday this year, which means you can easily celebrate for four consecutive days.
This weekend, laugh it up with Robert Powell, trick or treat at the National Zoo and try a hyper-local D.C. beer.
Visit a museum (but don't answer that phone), watch two friends fight onstage, learn about the Day of the Dead, welcome back the Wizards raise a toast to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Get a taste of Hollywood in Middleburg, see Disney's princesses hit the ice, sample all of Loudoun County's beers and cheer for other people running really, really hard.
Halloween is more than just Oct. 31. Here are the best events spread across two spooky weekends.
We scoured the Washington area for corn mazes and fall roadtrips that will appeal to all ages.
Last-minute Halloween plans for ghouls of all ages include costume contests, happy hours and dancing.
Because nothing is better than dogs in Halloween costumes, a guide to the area's best pet-friendly parties.
When you were a kid, Halloween was one night of fun. Now adults demand two weekends of dressing up and partying.