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Phoebe Bridgers (left), Julien Baker (center) and Lucy Dacus (right) of boygenius perform their song Emily Im Sorry to their sold-out crowd at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 31, 2023. Photo credit: Sarah Graue

Boogenius: indie supergroup boygenius takes over the Hollywood Bowl with sold-out Halloween concert

By Jaya Roberts and Sarah Graue November 8, 2023

Indie-rock band boygenius, featuring Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus, took center stage at the iconic Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 31, 2023, for a sold-out Halloween performance. The event also...

Americas Teaching Zoos EATM handlers sharing facts for the crowd about their Military Macaw Kiley at the Boo at the Zoo event in Moorpark, CA on Oct. 30, 2022. Photo credit: Sulor Garretson

Annual Boo at the Zoo event was a spooktacular success

By Sulor Garretson November 11, 2022
America’s Teaching Zoo shared many tricks and treats at their annual Halloween event, Boo at the Zoo.
Pictured is a poster board advising Moorpark College students the location and time of the Halloween Festival on Oct. 31, 2022. Photo credit: Jasmine Hallack

ASMC hosts first-ever campus Halloween Festival

By Jasmine Hallack November 11, 2022
Associated Students of Moorpark College hosted their first-ever on campus Halloween Festival for students at the end of last month.
Moorpark College themed buttons are displayed next to the Associated Students of Moorpark Colleges Halloween decorations. These same buttons will be passed out on Oct. 31, 2022 at ASMCs Halloween Festival. Photo credit: Jasmine Hallack

ASMC to celebrate Halloween with campus festival

By Jasmine Hallack October 30, 2022
With Halloween right around the corner, the Associated Students of Moorpark College anticipates to lift your spirits with the Moorpark College Halloween Festival.
A tiger bares its teeth at Americas Teaching Zoo. Image courtesy of VCCCD photo archive.

America’s Teaching Zoo is set to present tricks and treats with annual ‘Boo at the Zoo’ event

By Sulor Garretson October 22, 2022
America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College will host their annual Halloween event, “Boo at the Zoo.”
Cars line up for the Spooky Avenue Halloween Drive Thru in Moorpark, CA. on Saturday, Oct. 31. Photo credit: Adriana Janiga

City of Moorpark hosts successful Spooky Avenue Halloween drive-thru

By Adriana Janiga November 2, 2020
2020 has brought a radical change of lifestyle in which people have no choice but to adapt to social distancing due to COVID-19. Although it looks different this year, there are still ways to have fun at a lower risk, and that is what the Moorpark community did.
Cars are parked in front of the big screen to watch The Addams Family at Rancho Santa Susana Community Park on Thursday, Oct. 29. Photo credit: Caitlin McHale

Halloweekend in Simi Valley kicks off with drive-in screening of The Addams Family

By Caitlin McHale November 2, 2020
Although Coronavirus precautions are still in place, the Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a Halloween weekend extravaganza. Consisting of spooky drive-in movies, as well as a trick or treat drive-thru on Halloween day, the festivities kicked off on Thursday, Oct. 29.
Halloween props are placed throughout The Best Halloween Store Ever in Thousand Oaks, CA on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The store is one of a few Halloween stores that stayed open during the pandemic. Photo credit: Alissa Schoepflin

Family-owned Halloween store continues to thrive despite COVID-19

By Alissa Schoepflin October 31, 2020
During this spooky season, many would normally be preparing for the fun and exciting holiday known as Halloween. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing pandemic, many events and plans have been canceled. According to VC Star, it is not recommended or advised to go out for the holiday.
Image credit Donald Miralle via Getty Images

Halloween special column: The scariest things in the sports world

By Kennedy Collier October 31, 2020
The spookiest time of the year is just around the corner and this year it’s extra scary with the COVID-19 pandemic. But, instead of focusing on all the things going on around the county, it’s time to talk about the things that scare both sports fans and athletes alike.
Movie poster for Jeepers Creepers

Staff Picks: Terror, Shock and Relief

By Caitlin McHale October 30, 2020

Watch This! - Jeepers Creepers (Victor Salva, 2001) “Jeepers Creepers” is perhaps an underrated film of the horror genre that is a tense, exhilarating ride. Directed by Victor Salva, “Jeepers...

The entrance to one of the events locations, the Thousand Oaks Police department, in Thousand Oaks, CA. which will host the drive-thru trick or treating event on Oct. 31. Photo credit: Audrey Lang

Drive-Thru Trick or Treating to be hosted by Ventura County Sheriffs Department

By Audrey Lang October 28, 2020
The Ventura County Sheriff's department plans to host the first ever drive-thru trick or treating event. Due to the Public Health recommendation, there will be no door to door trick or treating in Ventura County this year.
Image provided by the Center for Control and Disease Prevention.

Ventura County schools and businesses plan to reopen after two weeks in the red tier

By Aleea Evangelista October 19, 2020
On Oct. 14, Ventura County announced their plan to shift into the moderate orange tier and supporting local businesses in a COVID-19 press conference.
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