Fact: This guy will not be having sex tonight
Attention all Boston coeds: we'd like to issue an official statement. Squeezing into a 10-year-old's party skirt, teetering around on six-inch heels, and slapping some sort of animal headgear on your dome does not qualify as a costume. Maybe a particuarly festive streetwalker.
"Revenge of Freeky Fright Nights" exhibit opens at Fourth Wall Project on Friday, October 28
and John Yates | Wreck
the Halls: Cake Wrecks Gets "Festive" discussion at the Brookline
Booksmith on Thursday, October 27 @ 7 pm | brooklinebooksmith.com
Revenge Of...Freeky Fright Nights: Annual Halloween Horror Ho
Down Exhibition | Group exhibition showcasing Halloween-themed new works by
local artists at the Fourth Wall Project from Friday, October 28-Monday,
If getting chased through the backwoods of New Hampshire by a guy (ostensibly in character) with a (chain-less, but STILL) chain saw sounds like your idea of a good time, then Spookyworld -- and the many other scary-ass, blood-spattered haunted houses, museums, and landmarks we've rounded up here -- is for you.
Get your party on, just try not to end up like this guy this Halloween
of spending Halloween in a smelly (what is that? Is that cheese? I think it might be cheese) Allston basement fighting through hordes of drunken hipsters in un-ironically ironic (ironically un-ironic?) costumes to get to the
keg before the Natty Ice runs out?
Fear not, we've rounded up all the 21+ events at which you can guzzle all the pumpkin beer you desire.
This just in: according to real estate website Zillow, Boston ranks 2nd on their list of the Top 20 Best Cities to Trick-Or-Treat,
falling just below San Francisco and just above Honolulu (New York
didn't even make the list.) And while that's great news for all the
kiddies in town looking to stockpile Snickers this year, we're hoping
Zillow's Trick-Or-Treat index also applies to adult Halloween