Tag Archives: halloween

Students speak of hair-raising experiences at Fresno State

From rumors of an unsolved murder of a student found across campus at Shakey’s Pizza, now known as Dog House Grill, to a professor guilty of killing a man with a chainsaw, there is no doubt Fresno State has links ...

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When the midterm is on Halloween

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Falling into the perfect season

Fall is a time for everyone. Everyone gets to eat all the pie they want, Fresno finally stops being the fiery inferno of hell it was over the summer and the leaves start to change colors everywhere on campus. With ...

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‘Happy Death Day’ brings nothing new to the party

Stop me if you’ve heard this plot line before: Protagonist relives the same day over and over, and in the process is able to self-analyze ‒ and eventually rediscover ‒ his or herself. It is a premise that has been ...

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Halloween candy hangovers everywhere

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Nightmare on your street

  With Halloween falling on a Monday this year, it makes for the perfect opportunity to stay in and binge watch the best movies. Halloween and horror movies have always gone hand in hand. But finding one that doesn’t make ...

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Things that go bump in the night: A Halloween safety guide

There is something about costumes, candy and scary movies on a brisk October night that encourages mischief and mayhem. This Halloween, be sure to steer clear of the ghouls and goblins that could be lurking all around you by following ...

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Quick and easy Halloween costume guide

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DIY Halloween costumes that won’t break the bank

    As Cady Heron from “Mean Girls” once said, “Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total s*** and no other girls can say anything about it.”  But perhaps this year is ...

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8 Activities for October Festivities

The pumpkin spice lattes are out and the weather is cooling down (well, as much as it can for Fresno).  October is here! I’ve provided a list of activities to celebrate the autumnal season with friends. For Halloween Fright Fans: ...

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Halloween carnival provides a safe place for trick-or-treaters

The third annual Trunk or Treat Halloween Carnival took place Saturday, providing children with a safe and fun way to trick-or-treat. It took place at El Dorado Park behind Wesley United Methodist Church. The free event featured face painting, bounce ...

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‘Treehouse of Horror XXVI’ scares away the funny

Twenty-six years and running strong, but does “The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror” have what it takes to compete with its past iterations? The biggest struggle “The Simpsons” has had is finding a way to balance children’s humor with adult humor. ...

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Star Wars? Back to the Future? What?

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Killer Halloween costumes

The key to a good Halloween costume is to be as pop culturally relevant as possible. While there is always that large percentage of girls who just wear animal ears and lingerie (a là “Mean Girls”), as well as men ...

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Local Halloween festivities to die for

With many options to spend your Halloween with friends or family, here are some ways you can do so around town: ‘A Very Offal Supper’ Start your night off with a grisly-themed dinner hosted by Peeve’s Public House from 5:30 ...

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‘Addams Family’ musical brings spooky fun to Downtown

They are mysterious and try their hardest to be normal. They are “The Addams Family” at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater in Downtown Fresno. Good Company Players puts on the production of the musical comedy based on the classic spooky family. ...

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‘Zombies’ Take Over Tower

Zombies took over Tower District Saturday night, with thousands of locals participating in the fifth annual Zombie Pub Crawl. People from all over the Central Valley dressed up as either zombies or zombie hunters and hopped from bar to bar ...

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Halloween festivities on a budget

October is a month of pumpkins, candy, fright fests and also time for “Trick-or-Treaters” of all ages to open their wallets to spend. But Halloween purchases can leave wallets feeling emptier than a carved pumpkin. To avoid the tricky costs ...

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