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Costumed canines converge on Socrates

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Benji won the top prize in the canine costume contest.
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Albina Tatlybaeva of Long Island City adjusts a hat on her dog Benji's head as the pup is held by Junenoir Mitchell of Kiki Pet Photography. Benji took home the top prize in the canine costume contest the Socrates Sculpture Park's Halloween Festival. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Yosser Araneta of Elmhurst is decorated with lizards.
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Tyler Max, 8, and Arnav Shah, 8, play in the courtyard of Socrates Sculpture Park.
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Parker portrays Superman.
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Quang (r.) and Charlene Tran sit with Kimchee (front l.) and Shaggie, the dogs.
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Nana the dog wears a banana costume.
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Rita Bremner holds pooch Harry.
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Nero the dog is dressed as Superman.
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A child named Alex dances at Socrates Sculpture Park.
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Jai Shah, 4, shows off his tin foil sword.
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Rockie the dog sports a head piece.

Socrates Sculpture Park hosted its annual Halloween Harvest Festival in Long Island City last Saturday. The event featured a canine costume contest with LIC’s Pooches Sport & Spa.

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