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Category Archives: 13 Nights of Halloween
My sister would die without her SUV in rural Pennsylvania, while I’m pretty sure my dad would take a bullet for his 2-seater. But me? I’m loyal to my local 6 train, which is why I think these personalized New … Continue reading
Green Halloween.org is hosting their annual Halloween festival at the World Financial Center. Masks made from recycled materials, bobbing for organic apples, and fair trade candy galore should be reason enough to check it out! I’ll be heading over to … Continue reading
There are a few rules to celebrating Halloween in New York City: NEVER expect to find a cab at any point during the night, NEVER let anyone bite you, no matter how convincing their vampire costume may be, and ALWAYS … Continue reading
Just because girls are allowed to look slutty and guys can dress-up as their alter ego (i.e. hipster turned jock, Stern student turned hipster) it doesn’t mean you have to forget about the environment. Leave behind fake wigs and plastic … Continue reading
Biodegradable Halloween decorations, slimy worms, and free pumpkins: what’s not to love? The Lower East Side Ecology Center hosts “Ghosts, Ghouls, and Worms: Halloween Composting” on October 26 for all those who are young at heart (or bring a kid).
I HAVE to see this pumpkin at the New York Botanical Garden. Happy Halloween!