Leslie Limon, a blogger and mother of four, already knows what she would like placed on her own Day of the Dead altar some day: a rolling pin, a Spanish/English dictionary, a bouquet of Gerbera daisies, cinnamon-scented candles, and a bottle of Coca-Cola from Mexico.
The former English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher put together a wish list after visiting altars honoring departed loved ones at a Dia de los Muertos celebration
Erica Chung was trying to decide what to wear for Halloween when she saw a strapless red dress hanging, forgotten, in her closet.
A lightbulb went off: Why not dress it up with a little silver ribbon and stenciling and turn it into a Coca-Cola can?
“I decided I would be my favorite brand for Halloween,” the 28-year-old, Houston-based marketing manager said. She got to work with fabric tape, scissors and iron-on transfer paper and soon had a costume
Fear not, aspiring Halloween hosts and hostesses. TV personality and lifestyle expert Evette Rios is serving up an array of fun recipes and DIY decorating ideas through the Fanta and OREO Spooky Snack Lab found on Nabisco's Pinterest page, and Rios' website and YouTube channel.
And be warned: all are frighteningly easy.
We caught up with the host of Dream Quest with Evette Rios on the CW Network
On an October night, zombies and other ghouls lurch through the darkness, searching for screams like nocturnal hunters. And that's just the actors in the parking lot.
In the weeks before Halloween, thousands visit Netherworld, a haunted house attraction and Atlanta fixture for nearly 20 years. On the approach to the front door, thrill-seekers will be hassled by 10-ft. monsters or frightened by “sliders," men who come noisily skidding out of
Every neighborhood has one or two houses ghouls and goblins wouldn't dare miss on Halloween night. You know the ones: they go all out with scary-but-not-too-scary decorations, a generous supply of mouth-watering goodies, and a fun, festive vibe that welcomes trick-or-treaters young and old.
Nancy Ford’s house is one such destination. Her Atlanta home has achieved local legend status, thanks to a Halloween tradition she initiated years ago. It
Halloween is a time that brings families together, so of
course you will find Coca-Cola being served!
We have also incorporated Halloween images into our advertising
for almost 90 years. Our first Halloween ad featured a family carving a pumpkin
in 1926, and in the decades that have followed, we have updated the look and
feel of our seasonal advertising content.
Some of the more interesting examples include carton toppers
Five lucky Coca-Cola employees recently got a
once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to handpick their Halloween costumes from The
Coca-Cola Company Archives. The Archives
Department is always looking for new and fun ways to engage employees and share
the history of the Company. When we
realized that Halloween fell on a Friday this year, the first ever “Archives
Halloween Contest” was born.
The Archives Department reached out to members of
is almost here and what better way to be festive than update your social media
profiles with ghoulish images of you and your loved ones?
this, we’re going to pull from my photography bag of tricks.
You will need:
Tripod, Photo editing
Elements (the consumer version of Photoshop)
App on iPad or Android
There are those who believe in ghosts, and those who adamantly don’t. But when it comes to ghost towns – whether or not they happen to be “haunted” – there is something about abandoned places that is inherently... creepy.
As specters of the past, ghost towns invite us to imagine a different time, another generation, and all of the hopes, fears, loves and tragedies that were experienced in that place. They are monuments to impermanence and haunting
Archives are a fundamental
institution to uncover primary resources that illustrate historical events and
people. Who knew that some of these primary resources could include funky, '70’s
beach pants? Or baseball jerseys that predate World War II? Well at The
Coca-Cola Company’s archives, there is a treasure trove of costume ideas
waiting to be uncovered. This Halloween we want to show
you how to be creative with history and upcycle costumes