For those of you who have always wanted to attend a Halloween Parade in East Harlem.
Spooky season has returned once again! The Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s annual Halloween Extravaganza returns to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve.
Lovers of the Halloween season rejoice in Harlem, NY!
By Marc Peoples It’s that wonderful time of the year. No, Christmas is still two months away.
As the world faces multiple crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, families from Harlem to Harare may have to adjust traditional trick-or-treating plans again this year.
Lovers of the Halloween season rejoice! The Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s beloved annual Halloween Extravaganza returns to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve.
In honor of the Halloween season, we at Harlem World Magazine decided to pay homage to our best classic horror film Blacula from 1972.
Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, will feature both a curated collection and popular returning titles that’ll put people in the Halloween mood this month.
With the pandemic’s first Halloween less than a week away, a new WalletHub study finds that consumers are still spending billions on the holiday, but overall, they’re feeling life is a little spookier than they’d prefer.
Traditional family activities like trick-or-treating create fun moments and memories, but the effects of COVID-19 on this Halloween will bring about change for the spooky excitement.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that Americans avoid Halloween celebrations that involve in-person interactions this year.
There’s no need to spend a lot of money on a Halloween costume! Make your own this year with these easy and creative DIY costumes from our friends at Materials for the Arts to show you how to create DIY costumes for Halloween.
Men’s Halloween costumes are worn during and after Halloween season. Halloween is very popular in the west and is celebrated on the last day of October.
On Friday, October 31, 2018, it was scary fun with photographer Seitu Oronde at the Metro Plus Halloween 2018 event at the Harlem State Office Building in Harlem, New York.
We’re excited to say that we are fully in Fall (even though it still feels like the summer)! With that being said, it deserves a toast and we have just the Halloween cocktail.