Everybody has their own Halloween tradition, whether it’s taking chocolate from strangers or doing shots of vile, candy-corn flavored vodka. But the elephant family at the Oregon Zoo’s annual “Squishing of the Squash” its hands-down my favorite.
A whole bunch of Queens commuters almost got to star in their very own horror movie yesterday when a rogue contractor accidentally bored through an F-train subway tunnel with a 10-inch drill bit. So, uh, happy Halloween. Or something.
What better way to celebrate Hallowe'en than listening to one of the greatest poems of all time read by one of the greatest orators of all time? That's be great, but sadly, James Earl Jones couldn't show up, so we're left with Marvel Comics creator - and narrator of Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends - Stan Lee…