Posts tagged "Halloween"
Just like zombies themselves, the zombie craze refuses to die. The Walking Dead and now Fear the Walking Dead are keeping the zombie party theme, well… alive. So, it’s no surprise that my Halloween 2015 events list includes multiple zombie jamborees. This is obviously only a small fraction of what Chicago has to offer geeks on my... Read more »
Over fifteen years ago (6th grade? 7th grade?) I dressed up as Agent Dana Scully for Halloween. I was so into The X-Files back then. My friend Therese and I talked about it every day. We traded X-Files VHS tapes, comics… I remember using a toothpick to draw X logos on her nails. That show was... Read more »
Just got back from judging the Costume Contest at Nerd-o-Ween 2013. Fun!! This annual party, sponsored by the Chicago Nerd Social Club, always has the best costumes. :) While searching for my own costume ideas, I came across Take Back Halloween. I agree with this uplifting organization; women’s Halloween costumes can serve purposes other than... Read more »
My favorite holiday is just around the corner- Halloween, Halloween, Halloween!! Last year, I brought you Dos and Don’ts for Geeky Halloween Costumes. This year, I’m zooming out to address overall party themes. I know, I know, “Halloween” is sort of a theme by itself. However, I believe in setting yourself apart. Ask yourself: How... Read more »
Halloween 2012 is mid-week. This means parties the weekend before, the weekend after, and day-of, as well. It’s about time you finalized your plans! Me, I’ll be judging costumes and pumpkins at the Chicago Nerd Social Club‘s Nerd-o-ween. Didn’t snag a ticket before they sold out? Here are four MORE ways you can let your... Read more »
As a year-round seamstress, I adore Halloween. I get really excited about who’s going to wear what. Thus, I’ve been discussing costume plans with my readers. Kory F is going to dress up as Michonne from The Walking Dead. Christine W is going to be a wildling from Game of Thrones. BADASS, am I right?... Read more »
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