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Monday, October 29, 2012
Sunday, October 21, 2012
For every Darth Vader and princess in the costume aisle are two sexy nurse outfits — sometimes geared toward teens and tweens. Has it gone too far, or is it all in fun for one day a year?
Witches and ghosts, goblins and naughty Alice in Wonderlands wearing thigh-high stockings — it used to be that the fear of razor blades in apples was the greatest threat to the innocent fun of Halloween. Now, it appears that racy costumes have taken over. A Patch site in Santa Cruz, CA perused a local party store and found that the children’s costume section had been shoved to the back in favor of R-rated fare throughout, in plain view. A reporter for U-T TV in San Diego wondered about the message sent by racy adult costumes in her report. It could just be how California does things. But Patch columnist Heather Geyer posed a similar question a year ago here in Milwaukee. Not everything has gone off the moral cliff, however. At the Party …
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Sam Ryan brings smiles to the GOP crowd with his goblin mask, while big sister Liza dishes about her Halloween costume and the rifle that her dad bought her for deer hunting.
While most of the family of GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is looking forward to the Nov. 6 election, at least one of his sons has a different date on his mind: Oct. 31. All three young Ryan children joined Ryan’s wife, Janna, in Waukesha Saturday as they campaigned for the Janesville congressman. Their youngest child, 7-year-old Sam, asked if he could bring his Halloween mask with him as he got off the bus at the Republican Party of Waukesha County's headquarters. Sam’s going as “a spooky goblin,” said his mom, Janna Ryan. “I think we will be seeing a lot of that in the next few weeks,” she joked. Daughter Liza Ryan, 10, told Patch that she will be dressed up as pop star Katy Perry for Halloween. Patch was unable to ask 9-year-…
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
After a little shopping trip to a local seasonal Halloween store, the big boxes and talking to costume experts, I'm sharing what’s hot for Halloween 2012.
Get your spirit gum, your fake muscles and your rocker wig now — before the rush. While shopping the local seasonal Halloween store, Winkie's in Whitefish Bay, the big boxes and talking with the costume experts, I gathered these tips for you to be ahead of the curve (or scythe — Grim Reaper is back) this season. Tips from the experts: Zachary Bartz, costume expert at Bartz’s Party Store, has three tips: “Go to a store and look at things, pick them up, imagine what you're doing that day or party. It’s really an interesting piece of fun and self-discovery." If you're like me, you might get a totally new idea and it isn't something in a bag, but you found a great accessory to make it work. "Keep an open mind when you go to the store. If you…