History of Halloween Costumes

Halloween is celebrated annually on October 31, which this year falls on a Tuesday. The holiday is a celebration of everything creepy, scary, and fun in the autumn season. One of its most well-known traditions is wearing a costume, for trick-or-treating, parties, or simply for fun. But where does this … »
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COVID-19 Update October 2023

As we enter the fall and winter season, and all the flu, colds, and other illnesses that come with it, we must continue to take precautions to protect our health and the health of those close to us.COVID-19 case numbers are on the rise once more throughout the country; counting … »
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Columbus Day 2023

Columbus Day falls annually on the second Monday of October. As a federal holiday, you can expect schools and government buildings to be closed, and no USPS mail to be delivered. Federal employees will have the day off work, but many other businesses will be operating under normal or limited … »
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61st Annual New York Film Festival

The New York Film Festival (NYFF) has been showcasing the best of the best in upcoming films since 1963. Run by the nonprofit organization Film at Lincoln Center, the festival is not a competition; the films presented from all around the world for consideration are solely to allow the public … »
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