WEEKEND SCENES: DOG HALLOWEEN, HURRICANE PREP, OBAMA & THE DEMON, AND TEDDY ROOSEVELT’S BIG DAY

Halloween this year will either be a joyous occasion to celebrate the end of our Hurricane-induced incarceration, or a complete washout. It depends on how Sandy treats us. Luckily, humans and dogs got to strut their stuff this weekend.

Check out some photos below from Riverside Park’s 72nd Street dog run Halloween contest, as well as the Pumpkin Fest in Central Park and a celebration of Teddy Roosevelt at the Museum of Natural History.


Nacho, the winner of the contest. Photos by Mel Wymore.


Teddy Roosevelt statue at the Central Park West Side of the Museum of Natural History. The rebuilt entrance reopened this weekend.

A mural in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda. Read the Times’ review of the renovation here. Photos by Kara Rota.


A Fairway delivery guy had his hands full as Upper West Siders stocked up ahead of Hurricane Sandy on Sunday. Photo by Bernard Gershon.


At the Pumpkin Fest Saturday in Central Park, child Obama and a demon on stilts.


Photos by Avi.

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