Halloween | AspenTimes.com


May Selby
Aspen, CO Colorado
U.S. Sen. Larry Craig and a wicked witch. (May Selby)

Halloween remains a popular hol­iday around Aspen. After the younger set finished trick- or­treating, the adults hit the town in cos­tumes ranging from traditional witches to construction crews to space mon­keys.

“It’s like street theater coming at you,” said a ghost behind his cloth.

The Caribou opened its doors to the public for an annual celebration. Bar Aspen featured live music and a DJ apres and hair band Danger Kitty ripped it up at Belly Up.

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