For the people who do not have plans for Halloween, Drive-In At the Fair is hosting two events to give everybody a chance to celebrate the holiday.
Jim Albright, an experienced advertising sales associate, has joined the staff at the SFGN. Albright, a native of Ohio, brings many years of expertise to the position.
Between yuppies, Cabbage Patch Kids, and acid-wash jeans, the ‘80s were a pretty scary decade.
It's almost Halloween, and that means the Internet's most offensive costumes are coming to the spotlight.
One of the biggest Halloween retailers in the country confirmed to the New York Daily News it will sell a Caitlyn Jenner costume at its pop-up stores throughout the country this fall.
A nine-year-old boy's Cruella de Vil Halloween costume sparked disgust from a Facebook user this weekend. His dad is speaking out against the small-mindedness of the comment, The Gaily Grind reports.
All costumes won’t be equal at the 22nd Annual Halloween Ball on Friday, Oct. 28, but the funds raised will be used to advance LGBT equality.
When you’re young, Halloween can be an exciting time. A night to run around the neighborhood disguised as your favorite beloved characters, receiving treats as you travel from door-to-door.
The scariest thing to happen this Halloween was the fact that Halloween was almost canceled.
The ladies of the Lesbian Thespians are doing their warm-up exercises for their Halloween party.
Hopefully residents have been busy getting their Jack O’ Lanterns carved, costumes picked out, and now ready for the spooktacular festivities this coming Halloween weekend here in the Island City.
A little kink, a little fetish, a lot of fun. Halloween weekend kicks off with a costumed gala at Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA).
Last weekend Pride Fort Lauderdale hosted Slash Back to the '80s, a big party and fundraiser in the lead-up to their main event, Pride of the Americas in February.
A new take on an old classic and a restored version of another classic, both featuring lesbian vampires, offer a fun double feature for your Halloween viewing.
Creepy clowns may be on the run across the country, but creative ghosts and ghouls—most not so scary—will be haunting South Florida during the long Halloween holiday weekend:
Magic is in the air. More importantly, it’s in the streets. Wicked Manors is returning to Wilton Drive on Halloween night.
Robert Boo is breathing a “sigh of relief.” Recently, Boo, CEO of The Pride Center, was worried his organization might not be able to organize Wicked Manors, Wilton Manors’ annual Halloween event.