Man dressed as Michael Meyers from the John Carpenter movie "Halloween" in front of Capitol Arts Center in Bowling Green

John Carpenter Halloween Attractions In Bowling Green

One of the more interesting places to visit over the Halloween season is Bowling Green, Kentucky. After all, this city was a primary inspiration for the 1978 classic horror film “Halloween” by director John Carpenter. What’s more, this is where the now legendary director spent most of his formative years. While the most popular Halloween … Continue reading John Carpenter Halloween Attractions In Bowling Green

Main entrance to the Witch Dungeon Museum on the grounds of the original Salem jail

What To See In Salem, Massachusetts For Halloween

October is always a special month in the historic city of Salem, Massachusetts. After all, the city is synonymous with Halloween, witchcraft and haunted houses.  However, this year is extra special and not just because you don't have to social distance. Indeed, it's the 40th anniversary of Salem Haunting Happenings, a monthlong event with special … Continue reading What To See In Salem, Massachusetts For Halloween

Chocolate mousse served on an unusual white dish at Temporis

Dining At Chicago Michelin Star Restaurant Temporis

One of the biggest highlights of my recent trip to Chicago was dining at Michelin star restaurant Temporis, After all, Temporis is just one of only 23 restaurants in Chicago to hold this coveted distinction. What’s more, I knew going in that Chef Troy Jorge would create some of the most beautiful dishes I’ve ever … Continue reading Dining At Chicago Michelin Star Restaurant Temporis