The so-called Superstorm has long passed, but residents in lower Manhattan are picking up the pieces of what Sandy left behind.
Moms and dads across South Florida may be wondering whether Wednesday nights weather will be a ‘trick or treat’ when they take their little ghouls and goblins door to door in search of candy.
Halloween night is a magical one for kids – after all what’s more fun than dressing up in a costume and going door to door to get free candy. But in all the excitement in getting ready to go ‘trick or treating’ there are a few important safety tips you should remember.
This “best of” list highlights excellent graveyard tours in the area. Whether it’s to celebrate the centuries-old Pagan holiday of Halloween or it’s just to have a night of fright any time of the year, the options on this list promise to deliver a truly haunting experience.
Let’s face it. Halloween is all about the sweets! Here are some tips on keeping the candy mayhem to a minimum and a few recipes for spooky lookin’ treats.
‘Tis the time of year when the weather cools down and ghosts and goblins begin to prepare for Halloween. South Florida’s spooky spirits don’t wait for Devil’s Night however; they make their presence felt year-round.
Key West’s Fantasy Fest celebration begins Friday, kicking off 10 days of masking and costuming balls, lively street parties and costume contests that continues through Oct. 28.
What Celeb would you rather dress like this Halloween?
Take a trip to Transylvania and visit the legendary Castle Bran, or as you may know it, Dracula’s Castle.