With no trick or treating or Halloween parties, Halloween may seem like just another day this year but that’s still no excuse to not have a killer costume.
As a child, my town’s local Fall Festival defined the autumn months. The bake sale table, always filled with candied apples, decadent cakes, and tins of homemade cookies was typically my favorite attraction.
Many families are anticipating a very different Halloween this year due to the impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic. To keep the people of Pasadena safe the city has released guidelines on how to celebrate safely. In order for people to remain socially distant many of the traditional Halloween celebrations, such as trick or treating, are not recommended by the City of Pasadena. A news release from the office of the Pasadena city manager tells residents which events they should avoid, which are not permitted at …
A story of true love, an underlying message to spread kindness, and lots of spooky instances which take place in Salem, MA. On the days leading up to Halloween, ‘Hubie Halloween’ is not your typical holiday classic.
Driving up to a pumpkin covered arc, the faux trees under are adorned with painted symbols on each pillar. A Christmas tree, a four leaf clover, a multicolor Easter egg. So introduces the “Nightmare Before Christmas” part of Freeform’s Halloween Road.
The Halloween season has arrived and while theme parks remain closed, Knott’s Berry Farm introduces a new Halloween experience that will entertain adults and children of all ages. Those looking to participate in Halloween festivities while still being safe and responsible can visit Knott’s Taste of Fall-O-Ween food festival.
Kids dressed up in costumes knocking on everyone’s door for candy is one of the Halloween traditions. Pumpkins carved with scary faces with candles inside is one of the many activities families can do for this specific holiday. Keeping children in the holiday spirit can be a challenge for parents, especially with Covid-19 pretty much guaranteeing there won’t be trick or treating. With millions of crafts to choose from this simple Halloween DIY gives younger kids an opportunity to bond with family and friends while …
In this episode, anthropology professor Derek Milne deconstructs stereotypes regarding religion, magic and witchcraft and explains the participatory transformation of Halloween. Intro music provided by: Waltz Of The Skeleton Keys by WombatNoisesAudio | https://soundcloud.com/user-734462061 Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Imagine having a deep love and respect for your culture only for Halloween to come around each year. Like clockwork, you see stores and costumes make cheap imitations of your culture. Costumes that appropriate or reinforce stereotypes of multiple cultures are still sold in 2018, and frankly, they desperately need to stop.
When an event is hyped on all social media platforms, held in celebration of a big holiday and located in a spacious setting, naturally the expectations are high. Unfortunately, expectations can lead to disappointment. The Pomona Fairplex is showcasing local artists throughout the month of October at an event called Pumpkin Nights. What this entails is about a 30 minute trail filled with fake carved pumpkins, a scavenger hunt, poor ponies tired of giving pony rides and no Halloween music. But wait, there’s plenty of …