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The PBS | NPR Forum Network features Talking Heads Series
Forum Network creates new series of talks in celebration of Halloween on Sunday, October 31st.

Boston, MA – The PBS|NPR Forum Network has recently added a new series of curated talks around Halloween and Historical Events. The Talking Heads series is home to some of the Forum Network’s best public talks, lectures and stories about ghosts, witches, villains, scandal and mayhem.

Join Actresses Dee Wallace, Kristina Klebe, Danielle Harris, Scout Taylor, and Eileen Deitz discussing the filming process of Rob Zombie’s Halloween movies and why they won’t scream on command. Listen as the legendary Director George A. Romero discusses how he came to creating the film Night Of The Living Dead and why he thinks his “zombies” aren’t really zombies. Hear Director and Horror Novel Writer Guillermo del Toro discuss The Fall, the 2nd installment I the Strain Trilogy, a series about vampires taking over New York City.

Other notable discussions within the series cover historic events around the Salem Witch Trials, The Boston Strangler, the murder trial of Lizzie Borden, and what mummies tell us. The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein, a podcast included in the series, exposes us to the real author of Frankenstein, and how Mary Shelley became the noted author.

Visit the Talking Heads series at: http://forum-network.org/series/ghostly-galleons-series

Posted on October 25th, 2010 in
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Halloween is one of the year’s biggest holidays for taking pictures – whether snapping shots of a that perfect, homemade costume or a tot tucked into a pumpkin suit. Fujifilm and Rite Aid announced their annual Picture Perfect Halloween Photo Contest is again accepting entries. This year’s grand prize winner will receive an all expense-paid trip for four to Hersheypark in the Dark, as well as a fangtastic array of photo prizes.

Now through November 8, photographers of all ages and skill levels are encouraged to register, submit Halloween-themed photos and vote for their favorites in six categories:

· Best Pumpkin

· Cutest Baby Costume

· Best Kids Costumes

· Best Teens and Adults Costumes

· Best Pets

· Spooktacular Decorations

There will be first, second and third prize winners for each category. To see more about the prize packages, click here.

Beyond the contest prizes, visitors to HalloweenPhotoContest.comcan enter to win daily giveaways. More than two thousand items will be awarded throughout the contest. Giveaway merchandise includes: picture frames and personalized photo t-shirts, puzzles, mugs, stickers, mouse pads and free photo prints.

HalloweenPhotoContest.com also features expert photo tips to help capture the spirit of the holiday, decorating ideas and printable jack-o-lantern stencils to create a spooktacular Halloween ambiance, and delicious recipes courtesy of Kraft Foods. In addition, site visitors will find free digital scrapbooking kits, fiendishly clever party game suggestions and more.

Posted on October 21st, 2010 in
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As you get ready for Halloween, we thought they may glean inspiration from the Polyvore community (7 million users +) who have created sets that let you be both frightening and fashionable. Take a look at the collection through the link below and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

http://www.polyvore.com/halloween_fun/collection?id=634795

Posted on October 19th, 2010 in
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Reaching out on behalf of artist community Threadless who just announced their latest sale which starts today and runs through Monday 11/1. All Halloween tees will be on sale for $10. In addition to the sale, Threadless is adding a bonus “Trick or Tee” mystery T-shirt. For $5, Threadless will include a tee from the mysterious Halloween grab bag to your order. Do you dare?

Halloween Tees

Posted on October 19th, 2010 in
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Halloween Hip Hearse

Celebrate Halloween with the eerie whimsy of “Hip Hearses” from artist Caleb
Gray and Robert Kaufman Fabrics. These retro hearses put the “fun” in
funky, but watch out for the creepy coffin flying out of the back! 100%
cotton and available in multiple colorations, check out the entire
collection here: http://www.robertkaufman.com/fabrics/eerie_alley/

Hip Hearse Fabric

Shop online at:
http://thequiltedcastle.com/category_539/Eerie-Alley.htm
OR
http://www.fabricworm.com/calebgray.html

or find a store near you: http://www.robertkaufman.com/where_to_buy/

Art by Caleb Gray can be seen internationally on a variety of products from
greeting cards, scrapbooking supplies, and gift bags to calendars, fabrics,
and children’s wall décor. Visit http://www.calebgraystudio.com/ to see
more art and check out his latest product releases.

Caleb Gray Hip Hearses

Posted on October 18th, 2010 in
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“My Friend Josh.”

The story of a young girl who is left to trick-or-treat on her own. A small detour takes her on a strange and imaginative adventure with a new companion.

Words of Caution: Never permit your children to go trick or treating alone.
Children should be accompanied by an adult when going door to door. Children of all ages should only accept treats at the doorway and never go inside!

Posted on October 18th, 2010 in
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