Castle Blood beckons the wayward to the eastern flats of Monessen.
If you’re a parent, you may be wondering what to do with all the treats your little ones bring home from trick-or-treating.
Abandoned buildings. Graveyards. Underground tunnels. Those are the settings for countless Halloween fables. Such places set the tone for a Facebook page focusing on western Pennsylvania.
Superstorm Sandy has already put a damper on a longtime tradition. Most local communities have had to postpone trick-or-treating until Saturday night.
In light of the bad weather expected with Hurricane Sandy early this week, many municipalities are changing their Trick-or-Treat days from Oct. 31.
If you’ve been planning your Halloween costume since January, there’s no doubt you’ve also been in search of an awesome Halloween party where you can show it off, enjoy some Halloween treats and maybe even spook your friends. Pittsburgh has no shortage of ghoulish Halloween parties thanks to its variety of bars, nightclubs and unique locations that appeal to trick-or-treaters of all ages. Grab your mask, your trick-or-treat bag and get ready to celebrate Halloween at these fun Pittsburgh parties.
Check out these tips for a fun and memorable Halloween party.
A low budget cult classic filmed in 1968 has earned Pittsburgh the title “Zombie Capital of the World.”
For those with a creative streak, Halloween is the perfect day of the year to show off your individual style and express your personality with a unique Halloween costume. With countless costume options ranging from adorable baby garb to horrific zombies, you’d think the chances of finding a spooktacular and unusual Halloween costume would cost you an entire bag of trick-or-treating candy. Think again, and save on this year’s costume with these great costumes and stores.
In a city as old as Pittsburgh, there are some interesting and authentic ghost stories to be had. Humans dressed up like monsters and madmen in scarehouses have nothing on some of the spooky places around here. This Halloween, treat yourself to some good old-fashioned home-spun ghost stories.
It turns out, Monongahela has no shortage of ghost stories– particularly in some of the historic homes.
The spooky season is upon us! And to celebrate, Goodwill is having a Halloween costume contest.
Time’s running out to figure out a Halloween costume and some of that stuff can be expensive.
Jack-o-lanterns, scarecrows, bats and witches: It’s that time of year again. Soon the kids will be dressing up as their favorite Fresh Beat or Disney character to hit the streets for oodles of goodies. If you’re not comfortable letting your young’uns run around in the dark, don’t fret. Below you’ll find the five best alternatives in the city if you’re looking for something a bit more whole-family friendly, or if you want to add a few more fun activities to your Halloween repertoire this year.