Growing up in a small town in the early 1990s was sometimes both a blessing and a curse, at least to the mind of a child. 2,064 more words
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We always called it “The Night of Mischief.” I did the pencils and inks for this illustration on Oct. 30 during Inktober. That day has long passed, but there’s no law that says you can’t decorate your Christmas tree with eggs, TP, and shaving cream for that devilish, juvenile delinquent spirit.
On October 30th ghosts, superheroes, and even some hot dogs roamed Starland Ballroom for the Monsters Mosh show. The line up included Killswitch Engage, All That Remains, Death Ray Vision, and City of Homes. 218 more words
The prospect of tonight’s steady stream of youthful ‘trick or treaters’ (for readers around the globe, children in the UK visit houses at Hallowe’en to offer a choice: a trick played upon the household or a treat given by the household to the visitors to ward off any tricks) has stirred in me memories of the Bonfire Nights (or Guy Fawkes Nights) of my childhood. 1,311 more words
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – The cobwebs are on the houses and the candy corn is ready, but Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea says the police are ready too—for “Mischief Night,” that is. 210 more words