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Marvel Exhibit

In this photo taken Wednesday, April 18, 2018, a life-sized likeness of the Black Panther is photographed during a preview of the exhibit Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes at the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), in Seattle. The exhibit, which opens Saturday, April 21, features more than 300 original Marvel artifacts, including comic pages, costumes and props and chronicles nearly eight decades of Marvel’s story. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

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Do’s And Don’ts of Halloween Costumes: Part Deux

There’s a growing consciousness on what is acceptable when it comes to dressing up. Some choices are simple, but other choices can be problematic.

Reset explores more on the topic in the second round of our conversation on costume do’s and don’ts for Halloween.

GUESTS: Jill Hopkins, host of Vocalo’s Morning AMp

Karlyn Ruth Meyer, president of the Chicago Nerd Social Club

Elliott Serrano, writer and Chicago’s self-proclaimed “King of Geeks”

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