Rather than throwing out this year’s Halloween costume, one Twin Cities man hopes you donate it to a good cause. Ryan Ridgley has a collection drive set up outside his Richfield, Minn. home.
This year, many of the kids who ring your doorbell will be asking if you have any non-perishable foods that you’d like to donate to a food shelf. It’s a community service effort that comes directly out of We Day Minnesota.
There’s a haunted house under construction in St. Paul that’s expecting about 600 to 800 trick-or-treaters. The beautiful house on Summit Avenue — located near the St. Paul Cathedral — is also a home for men recovering from addiction.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Halloween is a night of mischief and laughs, tricks and treats, and disguises galore. Our sister company Simon & Schuster recommends reading these not-so-scary picture books with your kids in the coming weeks to give them a little fright and get them excited for the holiday.
Climate-controlled, safe and full of candy — Mall of America is the place to be this Halloween. Blackout turns out the lights on Nickelodeon Universe.
This Halloween, take a healthier approach by offering something tasty with a nutritional benefit.
“Trick or treating” has become one of America’s favorite past times, with billions of dollars going into just one night. Long ago, there was more to trick or treating than just free candy. In fact, it was quite literally a matter of life or death.
Halloween is almost here, which means it’s time to begin decorating your home.
It’s the night the pumpkins are lit and the kids are dressed in costumes yelling “trick-or-treat!” But what do pumpkins have to do with Halloween? And why do kids trick-or-treat?
Let’s face it. Halloween is all about the sweets! Here are some tips on keeping the candy mayhem to a minimum and a few recipes for spooky lookin’ treats.