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Lina's Party Pick of the Week: Myth Masque Ball
VIBIANA 214 S. Main St., dwntwn., Sat., May 25, 6 p.m.-2 a.m., 21 and older; tickets start at $45 There are dress-up parties, and then there's Myth Masque.
Thu May 23, 2013
Friends and Family Sing Farewell to Zach Sobiech
Blue balloons with the words "Up, Up, Up" lined the sidewalk in front of St. Michael's Church Thursday morning alongside paper chains with personalized messages, some of which read: "Find a cure for osteosarcoma." The messages greeted more than 1,200 people who gathered to say farewell to their beloved friend, classmate and family member, Zach ... (more)
Here's Mr. Obama on his way to the senior prom . Considering that he graduated in the late 70s, the outfits are far less embarrassing than one could have hoped.
Lakeville teen with diabetes prepares for annual yard sale to benefit Joslin Clinic
Lakeville teen Lily Jeswald is collecting items in preparation for her annual summer yard sale, from which she donates 50 percent of the proceeds to the Joslin Clinic.
From boyhood to the battlefield: Long war takes its toll
When the terrorists struck on 9/11, Barrett Austin was in Mrs. Spearman's second-grade class here.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
When political correctness trumps the First Amendment
Over the years, political correctness has become a hot-button issue for me. Whether it's controversy over an invocation at a City Council meeting in Lake Elsinore, having Harvest Festivals instead of Halloween parties, avoiding carols in the holiday program at a local elementary school, self-styled crusaders demanding the removal of the crosses at ... (more)
Debunking 'The Big Lie' About Genetically Engineered Crops
In spite of two decades of stunning scientific, humanitarian and financial successes and an admirable record of health and environmental safety, the application of genetic engineering to agriculture is still beleaguered by activists.
Wed May 22, 2013
Evil Beet Gossip
Where Does The Time Go? See What The Baby From The Hangover Looks Like Now
Zach Galifianakis changed the life of one lucky little baby forever when he made him THE essential part of the Halloween costume of 2009, and then annoyingly enough, every year after.
World Goth Day: Going Dark
World Goth Day is an annual worldwide event that celebrates goth music, fashion and art on May 22nd.
Bringing a pumpkin to life one word at a time
Bringing a pumpkin to life one word at a time. Jeff Kendall is writing his first book, What Pumpkins Dream, in collaboration with Scottish artist Clare Galloway, who currently resides in rural Italy.
Photo of the Day: Costumed Chamber
Wait? When is Halloween? Staffers at the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce were in costume on Tuesday at a membership event.
Tue May 21, 2013
Fans of all ages display their wearable art Costume-Con
Fans young and young at heart displayed their finest "wearable art" and struck their poses this past weekend.
Mon May 20, 2013
WTMA-AM North Charleston
Social Media a New Stress for Moms Seeking Perfection
Jennifer Bathgate, a mother of three boys, is called "Cake-zilla" by her husband.
Seeing Green on Pentecost Sunday
For those of us on the Gregorian calender, the Easter season officially came to a close with Pentecost Sunday on May 19, 2013.
Sun May 19, 2013
Spooky Empire and Halloween Extreme team up for May-Hem 3
"You need to have a redesign because familiarity breeds a kind of complacency" - Timothy White.
Sat May 18, 2013
Thousands of excited, costumed fans descend on Motor City ComiCon in Novi
Just about any other day of the year, Alex Ellsworth is a graphic designer who works on tombstones.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Black lab Travis is greeter at music store
He doesn't know a lick of music, yet he's the one customers ask for most when visiting Major Music Center .
Fri May 17, 2013
The Willits News
In Your Garden with Jenny Watts
Pumpkins are one of the most versatile vegetables you can grow and one of the easiest.
Thu May 16, 2013
Busy Moms Online
Why You Need to Stock Costumes in the Playroom Year Round
Every October, you buy your kids their favorite character costume for Halloween, but after one wear the costumes end up on the floor of the dark closet.
Butler County Tribune Journal
Up, Up and Away
Class of 2013 By Pat Racette Scholarships were dished out like candy on Halloween for the Class of 2013 Sunday.