This year Halloween is nothing if not flexible
Late-night shows are, by definition, irreverent, but Jimmy Kimmel may have taken it a bit far last week when he challenged parents to record themselves telling their kids that they’d binged on all their Halloween candy.
From the department of incipient urban legends comes a press release from the L.A. County Sheriff, warning that officers have seized medical marijuana products “packaged to resemble licensed commercial candy and snacks” and that …
What’s happened to Halloween? The celebration of all things sugary has turned sour: dentists are colluding to pay kids for their candy. GreatSchools, an education website, has gone so far as to proclaim trick-or-treating booty …
Just in time for Halloween, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning people away from eating too much black licorice.
Kathleen and Daniel Harris of Silverton, Ore., had a surprise for some trick-or-treaters this Halloween: prophylactics and a stern talking-to about safe sex.
If your household is as sugared up as mine is in the aftermath of 90 minutes spent trick-or-treating Sunday night, here’s some unexpected wisdom — from a dentist, no less: Let the kids eat candy, and lots of it, all at once.