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Halloween

Halloween
A collection of news and information related to Halloween published by this site and its partners.

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  • Fiverr.com: How to burn $20 on the online marketplace

    Fiverr.com: How to burn $20 on the online marketplace
    What would you do for five bucks? It sounds like a creepy question, but there’s thousands of micro-entrepreneurs on Fiverr.com offering their services for as little as $5. The online marketplace has been connecting five-dollar freelancers with...
  • Super Museum in Metropolis, Ill., began with a Superman lunchbox

    Super Museum in Metropolis, Ill., began with a Superman lunchbox
    Reporting from Metropolis, Ill. — Growing up in the 1950s, Jim Hambrick wouldn't budge while "Adventures of Superman" was showing on TV. Soon, the Man of Steel, portrayed by actor George Reeves, began to shape Hambrick's life, lasting well beyond...
  • Paint parties and other events in the south suburbs

    Paint parties and other events in the south suburbs
    Looking for something different to do? Here's a sampling of ideas, from painting dinner parties to record-setting dancing and duct-tape crafting. March 30: Hip-hop University of St. Francis graduates and classmates are hoping to draw 1,000 people to...
  • Sister Kathleen McIntyre, former CEO of Evergreen Park hospital, 1937-2014

     Sister Kathleen McIntyre, former CEO of Evergreen Park hospital, 1937-2014
    Sister Kathleen McIntyre was born at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park, the hospital that ultimately became her life's work. She was inspired to become a nurse after watching the Sisters of Little Company of Mary care for her ailing...
  • James Schlesinger dies at 85; former Defense secretary and CIA chief

    James Schlesinger dies at 85; former Defense secretary and CIA chief
    James R. Schlesinger, the hawkish and sometimes overbearingly erudite conservative whose controversial Washington career included serving as U.S. secretary of Defense under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford before becoming the nation's first Energy...
  • Berwyn barbecue bar vies for the belt

    Berwyn barbecue bar vies for the belt
    A man known as "Mark the Knife" is famous for balancing a lawn mower on his chin. A few weekends ago, he performed his act in Berwyn, in which he whipped cigars out of people's mouths and stuck a scorpion down his pants. It took place at a bar on Ogden...
  • Throwback Thursday: The story behind stars' handprints in Hollywood

    Throwback Thursday: The story behind stars' handprints in Hollywood
    If you've ever been to the TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly Mann's, originally Grauman's), you've probably walked over the handprints and footprints of Hollywood stars imprinted in the concrete. They're a big tourist draw — you can see the stars'...
  • Miller Libraries Enchanted Garden

    Miller Libraries Enchanted Garden
    It’s been a couple of growing seasons since the Enchanted Garden at Howard County’s Miller Branch Library has taken root, its trees and bushes branching, perennials spreading, annuals blossoming and edibles bursting with nutrients and flavor....
  • Helen E. Bryant, department store manager

    Helen E. Bryant, department store manager
    Helen E. Bryant, a former Hochschild-Kohn department store manager who later worked in commercial real estate sales, died March 10 of bile duct cancer at Beach Haven II, her Rocky Point home. She was 91. "I'd describe her as a very strong woman who...
  • Pennsylvania school stabbing: Authorities try to pin down a motive

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. — It took only a few minutes, what the governor would call “one horrific five-minute period,” for a 16-year-old high school student wielding two kitchen-size knives to attack 21 people at Franklin Regional Senior High...
  • IronPigs pitcher Camp and wife met thanks to a $2 savings

    Shawn Camp's return to his hometown of Fairfax, Va. on Oct. 30, 2004, included a trip with a friend to Brion's Grille. Heidi Gribble and her friend had the same idea of going out after a lab class at George Mason University. Gribble and her friend...