Despite the pandemic cancelling most in-person gatherings, there are still many ways to celebrate
Halloween. A time when youth and adults alike across the nation dress up in their scariest, most "out-there" costumes. Blair's Costume Day on Oct. 31 drew in plenty of students sporting Halloween attire. Amidst all the spider-people and cats, skeletons and fairy varieties, these Blazer Halloween 'fits were the best of the best.
With Halloween just a few days away, expect fall themed lattes, spooky decorations, horror movie marathons and terrifying displays of cultural appropriation.
With October 31 lurking just around the corner, it is now time to prepare for my favorite holiday. Although decorating houses, carving pumpkins, following people around at night dressed like a clown and choosing which candy to give out are all fun, the best activity is a Halloween movie marathon.
This fall marks the second year of the Teal Pumpkin Project, a relatively new campaign launched by the Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) with the goal of creating a safer and more inclusive Halloween environment for kids with food allergies.
Amalia and Roman are answering questions about Homecoming and Halloween from Blair High School students.
We're nearly halfway through October, which means we are right in the midst of fall. Fall is an exciting season, with the piles of colorful leaves, the cool but not too cool weather and, of course, Halloween. Often fall seems to go by too fast, so to try to capture its spirit before it's too late, here are some fun activities for you and your friends.
Halloween is two days away, and if you're like me then you still don't know what you're going to be. But have no fear, there are plenty of costumes that are easy to create using things you can find at home. Keep reading if you're interested in making a do it yourself (DIY) Halloween costume.
As the little "innocent" trick-or-treaters stroll from house to house, many adults are inclined to dish out sweets left and right. But sensible individuals, like myself, know just how conniving these little kids really are.
As fall wraps up and winter comes up right around the corner, it is easy to stray away from keeping fit.
Halloween is almost here! If candy isn't enough for you, SCO is providing some tasty recipes sure to fulfill all your cravings.
We're here with the first ever fashion blog on SCO written by guys to give you some ideas on what to wear for the most important holiday of the fall season.
Dressing up as a witch, ghost, pumpkin or devil has become boring and unoriginal. So rather than pulling out your old witch hat or "Scream" mask, try dressing up as a celebrity!
Gremlins, ghosts and ghouls galore! It's that time of the year again, where we break out our scary – and sometimes funny – costumes, drink apple cider and curl up on the couch to watch a horror movie with friends. However, instead of going out to trick-or-treat or staying at home this year, consider celebrating Halloween at one of the many haunted attractions in the area. Here at SCO, our experts have created the "SCOream Awards," a list of Halloween scares that deserve recognition and will surely make you scream.
We found 14 results.