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Anoka: Halloween Capital Of The World

by on Sep.26, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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Back in 2008, I blogged that I was going to be moving to Anoka, Minnesota after finding out it was considered the Halloween Capital of the World.  It seems our High Holiday is worshiped by those folks, and it’s been that way since the 1920’s.

But now, according to the Orlando Sentinel
Orlando has been dubbed the world’s Halloween capital in a new marketing campaign to lure more tourists and scare up some extra business.

Visit Orlando is promoting events on social media, arranging press trips and hosting a Halloween landing page on its web site.

The convention and visitors bureau has never branded the region this way before, Chief Executive Officer George Aguel said.

“We needed to pull this together in one big overarching way,” he said. “We don’t see any place that could even come close to the magnitude of how we celebrate the Halloween period like we do in Orlando.”

Here’s hoping big money doesn’t win out over spirit.

Click below for Anoka’s official website…

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Utopian Facade

by on Sep.26, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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By John Carpenter

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Pumpkin Thurible

by on Sep.26, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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First Decorations Of The Season

by on Sep.25, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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Got our cornstalks and strung up some orange lights on the porch…

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Unholy Orchard

by on Sep.25, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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There really is no excuse as to why every hayride doesn’t have stuff like this in their fields…

unholyorchard.com

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…And We LIKED It.

by on Sep.24, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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I was talking about music with a friend of mine at work and we thought about how things were when we were young.  We’re around the same age and we recalled a world without the Internet and how difficult it was to have a hobby.  Not really difficult, but you had to work for it.  Really, really hard.  Actually, it WAS difficult.

Like in my case I loved film composer James Horner, but had no easy resources to find out information about him or to know what he was scoring next.  We checked out the movie posters in the lobbies of theaters, we went to the library to look up any articles that might exist about him or perhaps even an interview, we flipped through records, tapes, and cd’s in record stores for hours looking for something we missed.  You’d find “newsletter” advertisements in horror mags or in the back of Starlog magazine and write to them asking to be on their mailing list.  Thank the gods for the fanatical people who ran those things.  Pre-Internet, they WERE the Internet.

I remember calling a soundtrack store in Leeds, England early in the morning, asking what Horner soundtracks they had…  and finding out there were foreign releases not available in the U.S., it was like finding treasure.  I think my mother made us pay for those calls.

Anyways, we talked about this stuff and pondered the good and the bad of it all.  Like is it a good thing that someone now who discovers they love something suddenly has immediate access to literally everything there is to know about their new-found hobby?  Does it feel as good getting it all so quickly?

Mind you, I’m grateful for what the Internet has provided me by way of my strange interests.  I’m certain I would have missed out on a lot of the obscure music I love had it not been heard on Pandora or suggested by Amazon.com.

But maybe I savor it more remembering the way it used to be?

Maybe I’m just old.

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Lurking Clown Arrested In Kentucky Woods Near Apartments

by on Sep.24, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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Clown justice…
How can this be real?  It’s like when they arrested Michael Myers in Halloween V and let him keep his mask on…

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Thanks, Rowan!

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More October Dreaming…

by on Sep.23, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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Diner Ghost Story

by on Sep.23, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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The Halloween Countdown Continues

by on Sep.23, 2016, under Syndicated from the Web

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Click below for days and days of the ultimate Halloween playlist…

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