This Halloween, adults will most likely be seen wearing red sweaters, political masks and gorilla costumes, though not necessarily all at the same time.
Carina Dybevick is a senior in high school, but instead of having a part-time job at the mall like many other 17-year-old students, she manages her own business, making handmade polymer clay charms.
Brooklyn electronic rock outfit Bear Hands will perform at High Dive on Monday as part of its national tour, which supports the band’s 2016 release, “You’ll Pay For This.”
Fall is finally here, and you know what that means: going to pumpkin patches, having your friend take 53 pictures of you holding the same pumpkin at various angles and drinking pumpkin spice lattes to stay toasty in our crisp 82-degree weather! But in all seriousness, even though we don’t ha…
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