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Every day is Halloween.

Byline: Victor D. Infante

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What happens when geek chic, thrash metal and Halloween collide? In Worcester? Rock and Shock, of course, the annual celebration of all things macabre and creepy that takes over The Palladium and the DCU Center. The wonderfully weird convention brings together the music of bands such as Children of Bodom and The Black Dahlia Murder; the malicious machinations of Pinhead in the "Hellraiser" movies, local horror authors from the New England Horror Writers Association and cult-favorite actors such as Jason Mewes ("Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back"), pictured, and Corey Haim ("Lost Boys"). Lots of treats, more than a few tricks and a whole lot more fun than bobbing for apples. Visit for price and schedule information.
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Title Annotation:LIVING
Publication:Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Date:Oct 7, 2008
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