Battery-powered string lights and faux candles will be lit and lined around our front door, both because it’s on theme and because even if the lights come back on, PG&E warns they could go off again.

by none | October 31, 2019 AT 3:01 AM

Beth Spotswood, a Northern California resident who is affected by the PG&E power-outages, remarked that, because of the omnipresent fear of the Kincade Fire, her Halloween actions will be more fun-focused this year. Spotswood hopes to maintain the jovial atmosphere of the holiday since the “smoke and uncertainty is enough to scare even the sturdiest grownup.” (Datebook – October 30, 2019)