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A Little Something Alice for the Weekend

Then She Fell
“Then She Fell”; photo by Adam Jason Photography

If you are wondering what you could do this weekend that might bring a little more Wonderland into your life, permit us to offer the following suggestions: If you live in New York, you could try to get last minute tickets to Then She Fell, a creepy trip down the rabbit hole staged in an… [read full post]

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Steampunk Looking-Glass Haunted House in NYC

Alice and Steampunk both seem good ingredients to make a perfect Halloween haunted house. If you’re in New York City this week, there’s a spooky new Steampunk Haunted House at Abron’s Art Center on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, created by Third Rail Projects. Following up on last year’s “Waking Nightmare,” this year, the… [read full post]

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Grin without a cat = great jack-o’-lantern idea

I’m slightly daunted by the fact this Cheshire Cat pumpkin stencil is only rated “3/5 Intermediate” by Ultimate Pumpkin Stencils. Look at all those teeth! Upping the ante, the Queen of Hearts and the Mad Hatter stencils (fair likenesses of Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp respectively) are rated “4/5 Challenging.” (Advanced pumpkin carvers seeking… [read full post]

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Hallowe’en in Wonderland scrapbook supplies

Graphic 45

Hallowe’en is only three months away and scrapbook and paper crafting company Graphic 45 is ready with a new “Hallowe’en in Wonderland” paper collection. The illustrations are Tenniel “spookified” –  Alice wear’s a witch’s hat, the Mad Hatter’s tie has pumpkins on it, and the Red Queen has a devil’s tail. You seem to need… [read full post]

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