Costumes from the “X-Men” movie franchise are now part of the National Museum of American History’s collection.
Halloween isn’t all tricks and treats. It also means big money for retailers. The holiday is now a multi-billion dollar industry.
Parties, costumes, decorations, candy and more. They’re all part of Baltimore’s Halloween celebration.
The rumors are udderly false. Whoever decorates the cows in front of the Maryland Department of Agriculture building in Annapolis can keep doing it.
It’s almost Halloween, and there are a lot of parties all over Baltimore this weekend. If you don’t have your costume yet, there’s a place in Towson where you can find just what you need.
Halloween is the best time of year to gear up and go out dressed as your favorite, well, anything. Eager kids and adults alike spend hours and tireless dedication conceptualizing and materializing the “perfect” costume, be it a celebrity, an animal, a mythical character, or even a food—saw a banana AND a hotdog last year.
Scrambling to find a last-minute costume for that Halloween party? Here are a few costumes that you probably can put together from stuff you already have.