Still trying to figure out what you want to dress up as for Halloween? Ptown’s Spooky Bear Weekend has chosen a fun theme for their party at The Crown & Anchor. This looks like it would be hilarious and I’m sorry I won’t be there to see all these guys in their costumes.
More about Spooky Bear Weekend here
Will you be heading to Ptown for one of the many Halloween parties? Do tell.
6ONE7 Productions presents FEAR at The Revere Hotel next Thursday, October 31st. The Halloween Party takes place in space 57 at The Revere Hotel.
Doors open at 9 PM – Thursday, October 31st
Guests are encouraged to dress in their Halloween-finest. $2,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded to the best costumes of the night. Interactive photo booths, specialty cocktails and surprise tricks and treats will also haunt guests throughout the evening. Tickets must be purchased in advance and cost $35. Purchase your tickets to FEAR, here.
Are you planning to head to Salem, MA to celebrate Halloween? Go Out Loud is hosting a party at the Hawthorne Hotel. RuPaul’s Drag Race winner SHARON NEEDLES will be there and KISS 108’s DJ Gay Jim will be playing great music. More information is available on their Facebook page, Go Out Loud.
I know that Halloween has come and gone, but I just stumbled upon this image from Seduced By The New blog and had to share this costume of “Binders full of Women”.
Boston’s South End neighborhood is an amazing place if you are of Trick or Treat age. My neighborhood lacks the wild revelry in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and elsewhere, but I love the low-key fun of watching thousands of kids walking up to each Bowfront Victorian for candy.
As you can see, its not just the kids who really get into the spirit of the holiday.
Here are a few more photos of some of the people out and about in the South End for Halloween last night. Click on the image to enlarge.
Part of our “Halloween tradition” which includes walking around part of the neighborhood is to stop by one particular home on Union Park Street because of their amazing pumpkin displays. This year had a Dr. Seuss theme. Below are photos of several of the Seuss O’Lanterns. As with the collection of photos above, click on the image to enlarge. Much thanks to Sergio for taking all these fantastic photos.
Not the most creative costume but funny nonetheless.
Most of us celebrated Halloween this past weekend, but considering today is Halloween, I thought I’d feature a couple of costumes.
GRRR?!? – Perhaps not
Now that’s better
Happy Halloween everyone