It has become somewhat of an annual pilgrimage up to Sleepy Hollow Cemetery on Halloween. And just 25 miles north of the city, it’s an easy morning or afternoon activity. Also, since New Yorker’s love Halloween, you can make this trip and still be back into the city by the evening for ghoulish (i.e drunken debaucherous) pursuits.
By Denise Oliveira Living in the City – especially in Manhattan – it’s easy to forget all about Halloween until the day actually arrives and the West Village is inundated with costumed adults eager to show off their creativity. But it’s worth making time to take a stroll […]
It is October and pumpkins are in every grocery store, bodega and farmer’s market ranging from $20 to $100 (you can find some cheaper options so don’t totally freak out.) These are not the prices that I remember from my childhood but tis the season and I want to make a jack-o-lantern so what am I to do?
It is October and New Yorker’s are settling into their fall schedules. Part of the schedule is thinking about and preparing for Halloween at the end of the month. This is a notable holiday in the city with parties, parades and then some more parties. Retailers recognize the […]