Thanks for making the rest of us look bad, guys.
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This is what unfettered access to hair and makeup gets you.
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And it threatens to divide them.
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Some said "bad candy" scared them most.
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Officers say the blotting papers are dangerous to even touch.
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It'll feel like a reprieve from the days leading up to Oct. 31.
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The thought of putting together a costume sends panic running up and down my spine.
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It may be worth finding out what that look is actually about before deciding to don it.
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Regina calls their program a "balanced Halloween experience."
There will also be an 8 p.m. curfew.
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As far as spooky spots go, Salem, MA might be the most well-known in North America, but there's plenty of scare available closer to home. Every Halloween season, families freak out over Pumpkinferno i...
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Recently, I have become aware that something seems to be happening in our little autism family bubble. I'll name it Autism Fatigue. After 13 years of nothing coming easy, 13 years of aforementioned preparation and coaching, and teaching and coping and surviving and striving and advocating and fighting and praying.. I got tired. Christmas had fallen to the wayside, and Halloween was next.
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"This may be the best day of our lives.''
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There is no shortage of costumes to purchase in our local department or online. However, using your imagination to create your DIY Halloween costume not only engages you and your little one's imagination but can also help you be a little more green this Halloween.
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Nova Scotia is home to a spooky site.
As my tickle trunk of costumes has grown over the years, my desire to be creative has dwindled. Why spend a hundred bucks or more on a costume that will undoubtedly end up wrecked and reeking of booze by the end of the night?
Because Halloween is for everyone.
Trust us, there's some good ones here.
The second one was very fitting.
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"I did not want my daughter to grow up seeing our culture and sacred regalia mocked."
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Halloween is a very special holiday in Canada, it's the one time of the year where communities really connect! Children go door to door trick or treating dressed up as their favourite characters and neighbours open their homes give out candy and treats to the local ghouls and goblins. But there are a few rules of the road for trick or treaters. Here are my tips for parents to help their little ghouls and goblins trick-or-treat tactfully.
Here are a few easy things you can do to help make Halloween friendlier for kids of all abilities.
There are no "slutty" costumes. There are just costumes.
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We can't help but get super excited around the end of October because we know that Halloween is coming. We've come up with 10 creative and tasty recipes that will incorporate your goodies into lots of goodness. Why eat them straight out of the bucket when you can check these awesome recipes off your bucket list?
What are you going to be for Halloween? The answer for many girls will be different in 2016: after 11 years as the most popular costume, princess has been beaten out by superhero. Halloween and the costumes we choose are mirrors of our culture, reflecting back to us our values, taboos and norms.
Costumes so easy, even the least craftiest of folk can make them!
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Whether you're seeking pumpkin patches, lavish parties, or hair-raising haunted houses this Halloween, there's no better place to be than Montreal. The City of Saints becomes a city of ghosts, goblins, and other spooky creatures during the month of October, and the following are five events are ones you won't want to miss.
With Halloween right around the corner, you may be itching to find something spooky to do. That might mean watching scary movies or visiting haunted houses, but why not kick things up a few frightening notches and book yourself a haunted hotel room?
For children with allergies and conditions like celiac, Halloween can be bittersweet. Nobody wants to spoil the fun or take away the sweet treats from others, but wouldn't it be nice for every child to feel included? We can all help to promote a safer, happier Halloween for everyone by supporting this project.