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NYers Slay the 2021 Village Halloween Parade’s Theme: Let’s Play! (Recap & Gallery)
The NYC Village Halloween Parade returned this year and it was obvious that New Yorkers really did miss the city’s annual tradition. Guided by the themes “Let’s Play” & “All Together Now!”, costumes ranged from pop-influenced to political, and everything in-between. Check out our recap of the night & photo gallery.
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Sinful Screenings: Satanic Cults, Snuff Films, or a Dog — What’s Behind ‘The Sons of Sam’?
Conspiracy theories or truth? The latest documentary on the Son of Sam killings focuses on New York City investigative journalist Maury Terry and his quest to prove and get people to believe his theories that the infamous serial killer David Berkowitz didn’t act alone and was part of a satanic cult.