Here are some of Newsweek’s best Halloween stories of the past few years. More to come!
1) The Hex Life of Hipsters — Millennials are finding solace (and some cool outfits) in that old black magic.
Favorite line: “One 25-year-old Brooklynite who works in publishing recently complained…
Captain Actual America Overweight, Hopelessly In Debt
Comic Con is once again marred by the increasingly popular Bully-Con, a weird glitch causes ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ to reboot in the middle of the movie, and the ‘Richie Rich’ comic strip introduces a new, even gayer character. It’s the week of July 9th, 2012.
Utility Scam Arrives in New England, National Grid Urges Caution
National Grid is asking customers to be on alert for a scam stating utility bills will be paid by the Federal government or President Obama after sending a social security number and bank routing information.
The scam has impacted utility customers
According to accounts from utility companies nationwide, the scammers may engage solicitation through phone calls, door-to-door contacts, and online methods.
National Grid customers in New England can call 1-800-322-3223 if they believe they are victims of the scam and the company is reminding customers to ask for National Grid ID badges of individuals who are acting suspiciously while claiming to represent National Grid.
Gary Clement’s week in review for March 18-24
Review: The Hunger Games is a faithful, stylish adaptation
Obama trumpets Keystone XL pipeline support in face of Republicans
Etch A Sketch sales soar after Romney aide gaffe
Spring equinox 2012: Google Doodle heralds official end of winter
Dear Diary: ‘The world will finally take notice of the Quebec Spring’
Thomas Mulcair’s challenge is to prove he is no political opportunist
Andover Patch: Breaking News Alert
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