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Los Angeles Marks American Tradition with 'Pumpkin Nights'

Traditionally, the U.S. turns to all things pumpkin as Halloween approaches at the end of October. Coffeeshops sell pumpkin spiced lattes, grocery stores offer pumpkin-scented paper towels, and markets, porches, even the White House are all decorated with carved pumpkins. One California city decided to celebrate the spookiest night of the year with its own pumpkin craze: pumpkin nights! Angelina Bagdasaryan has the story, narrated by Anna Rice.

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