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Halloween

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

Top Halloween Articles

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  • Halloween fun: Trunk or Treating at America on Wheels

    Bring your candy craving kids to Allentown's America on Wheels museum 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, for the second annual Trunk or Treating program. Children, ages 12 and younger, are encouraged to wear costumes as they locate Halloween ghosts and goblins...
  • Emmaus Borough offers trick-or-treat safety tips

    Emmaus Borough offers trick-or-treat safety tips
    Emmaus trick-or-treat night will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 30, the Emmaus Borough website said. Emmaus Borough offers Halloween safety tips for youngsters on trick-or-treat night online. From wearing light colored clothing and...
  • Pines Night Out to include costume contest

    Pines Night Out to include costume contest
    Pembroke Pines residents can enjoy an array of activities, including some Halloween fun, on Friday, Oct. 24. The annual Pines Night Out will feature K-9 demonstrations, SWAT and fire trucks, stage shows, bounce houses, pony rides, free food and more....
  • Why Halloween Is Looking Like a Box Office Graveyard

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hollywood's worst fear is being realized this Halloween. The ghouls-and-goblins holiday falls on a Friday, an accident of the calendar that will likely result in a box office bloodbath. Moviegoing will be low on the list of...
  • Halloween fun for all ages in Lake County

    Halloween fun for all ages in Lake County
    Area park districts and other groups are offering a variety of Halloween activities for all ages. Events for tots to adults include a Boo Bash and Zombie Apocalypse in Mundelein, Main Street trick-or-treating in Libertyville, and a candy buy-back to...
  • 'Thriller' dance party channels Michael Jackson, iconic video

    More than three decades after its release, the groundbreaking video "Michael Jackson's Thriller" continues to inspire spooky dances and zombie flash mobs. Chicagoans can learn some of those iconic ghoulish moves this year at the Halloween Thriller Dance...
  • Kristin Cavallari dishes about her shoe collection, her sons and Bears QB hubby

    Kristin Cavallari dishes about her shoe collection, her sons and Bears QB hubby
    Former MTV reality star turned shoe designer Kristin Cavallari stopped by Nordstrom on Michigan Avenue downtown on Saturday to showcase her fall shoe collection. Wearing her fall must-have -- beige, thigh-high boots by Kristin Cavallari for Chinese...
  • Collinsville Artist Is Force Behind Annual Halloween Parade

    CANTON —The annual Collinsville Halloween Parade has become a festive community tradition. Jon Squier, a key organizer, said the parade was inspired by an idle conversation with Ken Carder and Mark Mercier 21 years ago. "There's a group of...
  • Halloween costumes should be fun, not offensive

    Last Saturday evening, I attended a pre-Halloween, costume-optional party. While guests were enjoying a delicious buffet dinner, two guests, latecomers, arrived. One was dressed as a pregnant nun and the other was dressed as a priest toting a black book...
  • Teal pumpkins signal safe Halloween treats for kids with allergies

     Teal pumpkins signal safe Halloween treats for kids with allergies
    Halloween can be scary for children with severe food allergies. But this year families in Chicago and beyond are reaching out to kids who can't eat peanuts, milk or other common allergens by putting a teal-colored pumpkin on their front porches as a...
  • Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying

    Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying
    Halloween falls on a Friday this year, and there’s no Halloween like a Friday Halloween.  But for some folks, Halloween isn’t one night – it’s a full season.  Here’s a look at some of the places you can visit in Hampton...