None of these houses are actually haunted (as far as we know), but the milieu suggests the weird and eerie, and sometimes that’s enough.
As one of the most historically and culturally rich provinces in Canada, Quebec has a surplus of folklore and urban legends.
Fact: the average North American Halloween treat bucket harbours approximately 9,000 calories. In lieu of trick-or-treating, we chose to compile a list of eight Canadian confectioners who provide sophisticated sweets to suit the season.
With their crisp exteriors and marshmallow-soft centers, meringues are a confection too often relegated to summer pavlovas alone. How better to express how totally aghast we are at the idea that meringues are a summer food than by making a batch that screams “Halloween”?
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Keene, New Hampshire, is the perfect model of a small town. It has a Main Street, a Central Square and plenty of quirky accolades. And as is the case with most small towns, Keene has seen good times and bad. But that all changed in 1991 when Center Stage, the downtown revitalization committee, started something that would soon put Keene on the map: a pumpkin festival.