In the wake of the horrific killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School last week, Americans across the country are wondering how they can aid the families of the victims. There are numerous methods to donate money, but you also can help in other ways, such as volunteering your time, writing a card or letter, or sending a teddy bear to a child in Newtown.
Halloween costumes are getting more and more realistic every year. This 11-year-old used a prosthetic recipe she grabbed from movie effects guy, Matthew Mungle, to make a realistic-looking old witch face. Truly amazing!
Well, Halloween means I'm taking my kids trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. We don't go out for very long, but just long enough to have a small haul to tide them over for a while. Although most parents execute a 'candy tax' on walking with their kids door-to-door, here are a few treats that may never get devoured by my children.
This is why I've always associated myself with geeks - because they can do stuff like this. Nathan Pryor took his love for the macabre holiday with his love for video games and decided to combine them into carving a pumpkin to a Tetris-grid that actually works, all the way down to using the stem as a joystick.
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