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This week’s Eye for Design can be found by trick-or-treaters in East Lansing, although we cannot guarantee that the inhabitants are participating in this hallowed tradition. They are, however, the descendants of “ghouls” who began to appear in the area nearly 100 years ago.
If you know where to find this week’s eye for design, send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your guess by Wednesday (Nov. 6). The first one to correctly identify the location of this detail wins an Eye for Design mug, which may or may not contain witch’s brew (that’s up to you).
(City Pulse welcomes Carrie Sampson, executive director of the Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society, as editor of Eye Candy and Eye for Design. If you have suggestions, please email her at email@example.com. And we thank her predecessor, architect Daniel Bollman, for his contributions.)