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Halloween 2014: Best places to trick or treat in LA (...and beyond)

One of the Victorian homes of historic Angelino Heights.
One of the Victorian homes of historic Angelino Heights.
Photo by Aude Lising via Flickr Creative Commons

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KPCC has compiled a map of trick-or-treating hotspots for the Halloween candy obsessed. From toddler-friendly blocks to teen-tolerant neighborhoods, check out the fun-size links for specific details on each location.

Should the pursuit of candy prove too sweet, there's always our other Halloween guide — a plotting of Southern California cemeteries that reads like a "star map" to the underworld. Pay your respects to the celebrity (un?)dead, with a tour of the region's most famous final resting places.

Did we include your favorite spot? Where do you go trick or treating?