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This year at Halloween, the scariest thing has spikes and a crown.

Halloween: Pandemic Edition

Have you been trawling the internet in search of a CDC-approved candy chute? Why so many people are voting early. And one very Seattle-specific vote: Russell Wilson for MVP.

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

Halloween pandemic: go!

Halloween is one of those holidays that is half tradition, half capitalism. But in 2020, any corner of normalcy is worth fighting for. Writers Angela Garbes and Katie Anthony share what their families are doing (and avoiding for Halloween), with assists from a pediatrician and your calls.

Why are so many people voting early?

As of yesterday, King County has collected 800,000 ballots. That’s 55% of eligible voters, on the way to a projected 90% turnout. Why are so many people voting early? The Seattle Times’ Naomi Ishisaka’s latest column asks that question; she spoke about it with Bill Radke.

Is it finally Russell Wilson's year to shine?

Russell Wilson has been a very consistent quarterback for many years. And it may be that un-flashy competence that’s kept him from getting the MVP award, say sportswriters Michael-Shawn Dugar and Jen Mueller. But in 2020, when anything is possible, now might be his time.