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Dress up your little ghosts and goblins and enjoy an evening of Halloween fun at Bellingrath! The Gardens will be filled with spooky and fun inflatables, and local businesses and organizations will set up numerous treat stations to hand out candy and trinkets to guests of all ages from 1 to 6 p.m.
Tickets are $17 for adults and $11 for ages 5-12. There is no charge for ages 4 and younger. Members of the Friends of Bellingrath will receive a discount on their tickets.Tickets are currently on sale online, and will be also be sold on the day of the event
This one matches my skin color to the t, like they say and I am enjoying including it in my makeup application routine and getting more comfortable playing around with it (because it actually matches my skin color!! and that's a relief)... yaaay!!
oo-Hooray is proud to present our latest shortlist, gathering flyers and ephemera from Danceteria, the 1980s New York mega club that united art, nightlife, and bohemian lifestyle in the early years of the AIDS crisis and New York's social and spatial reconfiguration in the interests of the finance and real estate industries.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our latest catalog, tracing the emergence and trajectory of underground film in New York in the early 1960s to the 1980s: the organizations, screenings, and anti-censorship struggle that gathered and contextualized the films and artists into a coherent and recognizable whole; the move towards experimental, community oriented, and pedagogic video art and activism in the 1970s; and then the crossover of video art and the 1980s downtown scene. Many of the materials document not just the screenings and happenings themselves, but also the array of auxiliary organizations that nurtured and promoted the underground scene.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our eleventh antiquarian catalog, dedicated to sexual identities, cultures, and communities. This catalog celebrates and explores the social terrain based on free and autonomous sexual expression that exists beyond the nuclear family and heterosexist society.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our tenth antiquarian catalog, exploring the ephemeral nature of the flyer. We love marginal scraps of paper that become important artifacts of historical import decades later. In this catalog of flyers, we celebrate phenomenal throwaway pieces of paper in music, art, poetry, film, and activism.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our ninth antiquarian catalog, dedicated to the hippie counterculture. Born into the dawn of the Cold War, confronted by the possibility of nuclear annihilation, American intervention in the Global South, and rising racial strife, many young people sought to build a new culture, a new society, and new ways of life. Beginning in San Francisco and New York in the mid 1960s, building off of the remnants of the beat generation, new youth cultures began to emerge. For some this meant militant activism for social reorganization; for others, new self-exploration.
Boo-Hooray is pleased to announce the release of The Haitian Chronicles, a stunning new volume by Douglas Turner Ward - actor, director, playwright, and founder of the Negro Ensemble Company. The Haitian Chronicles is a graphic and brutal history of the Haitian Revolution told across 3 plays. It is the latest work by the influential and ground-breaking playwright Douglas Turner Ward and the first new work of his to be published in several decades. Though much of his earlier work has been short one-act satires, The Haitian Chronicles takes place across three long plays: The Rise of Toussaint, The Fall of Toussaint and the one-man drama, Dessalines. Previously unpublished and as yet unperformed, The Haitian Chronicles is part of Ward's political project of satirizing, dramatizing, and revealing the structures of white supremacy throughout the history of this so-called civilization.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our seventh antiquarian catalog, dedicated to the poster. An incredibly diverse medium, posters deliver a message in a brief and graphic burst. This ephemeral form of communication is often left unarchived and lost to the annihilatory tick of the clock, coinciding with the one-off nature of what the posters document and announce: an exhibition, a protest, a meeting, a performance, a happening. This catalog gathers posters across a wide array of subjects such as film, art, theatre, politics, and literature; and in a variety of modes of address: polemical, didactic, and annunciatory. Included are signed posters by filmmaker John Waters, a poster advertising an early exhibition by Memphis designer Ettore Sottsass, a remarkable poster from the Young Lords Party, a Swedish Black Power poster, and much more.
Boo-Hooray is proud to present our sixth antiquarian catalog, dedicated to Factory Records. This catalog gathers pieces from the material history of one of the most forward-thinking record labels of the 20th Century. Renowned for inventive and genre-pushing music, innovative design, and a tongue-in-cheek take on themselves and the world, Factory Records helped shape the post-punk era as well as modern design and typography. Reflecting their deep involvement in the creation of not just records but an alternative music subculture, social scene, and aesthetic language, Factory Records gave catalog numbers to virtually anything associated with the label. Accessioning items as seemingly unimportant as stationary and Christmas gifts, along with more serious projects like their club and promotional campaigns, fostered the cheeky and self-aware personality that distinguished Factory from corporate labels and overly self-serious independents. This catalog includes the unreleased and exceptionally rare FAC 1 poster, the hand-drawn original flipbook by Robert Breer and William Wegman for the Blue Monday '88 video, and tons of original poster, flyers, and broadsides made for Factory Records.
EXCLUSIVE t-shirts, makeup wipes, and original vintage ephemera from the archives of Joey Arias and Klaus Nomi will be available on our website beginning on Valentine's Day. These items will also be on display in our shop, awaiting your perusal M-F 12-6pm, through February 28th.
The Alan Vega Archive, collected by his widow and long-time collaborator Liz Lamere, consists of audio and video, tour documentation, flyers, and ephemera, as well as photographs and press pertaining to his music career. Also collected are his personal notebooks and sketchbooks in which he wrote lyrics, poetry, and notes. His sketchbooks contain original drawings and designs. In addition to his sketchbooks, small collages and hundreds of pen and ink drawings on paper spanning the 1970s up until his death in 2016 chart his growth and evolution as an artist in conjunction with his musical output.
The core of the Hip Hop History Archive at Cornell University was established by Johan Kugelberg, who sought to locate and preserve the earliest artifacts he could find pertaining to the origins and influence of hip hop as music, culture, and community in the Bronx, New York City.
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Thursday, October 20 is Allergy-Friendly Night and will feature peanut-free treat booths and added non-food treats like stickers, pencils and more. Children with allergies can receive a teal token redeemable for an allergy-friendly option at our Switch Witch booth.
Presented by the Wylie Downtown Merchants Association and the City of Wylie, the downtown trick-or-treat event and festival is a safe alternative for Wylie families as kids can walk through downtown and receive candy and treats from local merchants.
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Come on out with your best non-scary Halloween costume as you fill your sponsor provided candy bag with candy & prizes. We will also have a bounce house donated by Inflate-o-Fun, games, and special zoo animal encounters.
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