Halloween 2009 is sure to bring out some of the best in creative costuming: Lady Gagas, John and Kates, Octomoms, vampires (the Twilight version, of course) and much more. Whether you’re looking for ways to entertain your little ghosts and goblins or instead are seeking out the season’s hottest party, we’ve laid out the year’s best spooky and scary events for all ages.
Some people enjoy Halloween for the pumpkin picking and costumes, while others really enjoy the spookiness of this holiday. If you are one of those people seeking a good scare be sure to check out these top Valley haunted houses.
Halloween is just a couple of weeks away and this year it’s on a Saturday, meaning that party-hopping will be in full effect. Make sure your costume is a winner this year. Last year, everyone pretended to be Sarah Palin, and this year, we are sure there will be a bunch of Obama masks trick-or-treating, but if you head to these shops, you’ll find a far more original costume that will steal the Halloween show and maybe score you a “best costume” award or two.
In September, BMW released its much-anticipated 2010 X5 M and XM6 M models. These new crossover vehicles combine BMW's sports activity design and M engineering to form a sleek, athletic package.
Breast cancer awareness month has arrived. The pink ribbons we see everywhere are a reminder of the importance of early detection – if detected early, there is a 96 percent chance of survival.