Southfield (CW50) – On this week’s STREET BEAT, host Lisa Germani helps us get into the fall spirit as she gets the scoop on this year’s Halloween festivities. First, we hear from Andrew Newman, Wayne State University Professor of Anthropology, on the history of Halloween.

Andrew Newman, Professor of Anthropology at Wayne State University (Credit: Meggan Jacobs/CW50)

Then, we talk with Sgt. Jordan Hall, Chief’s Neighborhood Liaison for the Detroit Police Department as he tells us how we can stay safe while going out and celebrating this Halloween season.

Sgt. Jordan Hall, Chief’s Neighborhood Liaison for the Detroit Police Department, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

Next, Jason Carr, Founder and CEO of Rolling Buddies, shows off their one of a kind Halloween Costumes and adaptive jackets made for kids who are wheelchair bound.

Jason Carr, Founder and CEO of Rolling Buddies with the company’s wheel chair costume and adaptive jackets (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

And lastly, we hear from President Sue Jayroe of the Meadow Brook Theatre Guild about their annual Bewitched and Bedazzled extravaganza.

Sue Jayroe, President of the Meadow Brook Theatre Guild (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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