Day: October 29, 2018

The Early Voting Explosion

WHILE ELECTION DAY IS still just over two weeks away, more than 5 million people have already cast ballots in this year’s midterm general election, with a number of states experiencing record levels of early voting. In Indiana, home to one of the most crucial U.S. Senate contests in the […]

The Best Halloween Parties, Parades, and Festivals of 2018

A favorite holiday for kids and adults alike, Halloween is celebrated with haunted houses, parades, parties, fright walks, zombies and ghouls, jack-o-lanterns, and of course trick-or-treating. Whether your Halloween conjures up sweet visions of never-ending candy, creative costumes, or blood-curdling, nightmarish adventures, the following Halloween events across the U.S. will exceed your expectations. NYC […]