HALLOWEEN LINKS 1998
Check local guides to NYC, including the Village Voice, Time Out, New York Times, New York Magazine, and neighborhood papers, as well as the Web.
Everything Halloween for New York City, including everything you need to know about the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade. Follow the links, including ones that deal with religious issues and controversies, and "Halloween Events in New York City."
Halloween "Facts" and Controversies
- Halloween: Should Christians Participate?, including a "real broadcast" as an audio file, G2 video, or WEB TV compatible (and, of course, text)
- Halloween: Carefree Children's Holiday or Demonic Day of Darkness
- Halloween: Facts and Misinformation
- What about Halloween?
- Origins of Halloween
- Halloween: Myths, Monsters, and Devils
- Halloween: What It Is from a Christian Perspective
Haunted Houses in New York City
Check St. John the Divine Cathedral. Call 662-2133.
Day of the Dead celebrations.
For Day of the Dead Celebrations, check the American Indian Community House,
404 Lafayette Street, 8th fl,. 212-598-0100.
Click here for background on Day of the Dead
"Prepare to be consumed...gothic.net is waiting for you!"
Halloween Adventure Shops,
104 4th Ave., East Village between 11th and 12th Streets.
AFTERLIVES: A Haunted House Tour at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, presented by Red Dive, October 23, 24, 29, 30, 31, ongoing tours 7 pm-11:40 pm
90 Orchard Street at Broome, 212-431-0233, ext. 555. $15, reservations required.
27th st and 12th Ave.
123 E. 11th St.
539 W 21st bet 10th and 11th aves
225 E. Houston at ave a 505-5033
CBGB's 313 gallery
313 Bowery (at Bleecker)
251 W 30yh bet 7th and 8th ave
101 Ave A bet 6th and 7th st
444 7th ave at 15th st
And for the fearless amongst you. Pork at L.U.R.E. (409 W 13th bet 9th and 10th 741-3919) usually does something around Halloween. It's on Weds nights it's gay s/m with a strict dress code - uniforms, fetish, leather lots of leather. Take your daddy!