Free candy anyone? San Antonio Zoo hosts Día De Candy, will hand out candy to trick-or-treaters
SAN ANTONIO – Halloween may have ended yesterday, but San Antonio ghosts, ghouls and candy lovers can still rake in free candy at the San Antonio Zoo’s Día De Candy event. The zoo will pass out free candy to attendees, who can then watch their favorite animals play or eat pumpkins in the zoo’s “pumpkin bash.”Zoo visitors are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes or to dress in traditional Día De Los Muertos face paint and attire. Face painting will also be available on site, according to event officials. The pumpkin bash and other events are included in the price of admission to the zoo. The following is the schedule for the pumpkin bash and Día De Candy event:Pumpkin Bash Schedule10:30 AM: Lions10:50 AM: Rhinos11:05 AM: Elephants11:30 AM: Aldabra Tortoises11:00 AM: Cowboy’s Dance Party2:00 PM: Cowboy’s Dance Party3:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Día De Candy Pass OutRelated: ‘On a Stick!’ festival at San Antonio Zoo will celebrate all the festivals you missed in 2020
The best and worst Halloween candy for your teeth
With Halloween and fall festivals coming up fast, you can bet kids will be coming home with lots of candy. Here’s what Oral Health professionals from University General Dentists say about the best and the worst candy to enjoy. Try candy with nuts. Dentists say sugar-free candy can also help with saliva production, which helps wash your mouth clean of bacteria and plaque. Dentists say it is the ‘best’ candy for teeth.
Here’s how candy companies are saving Halloween from a COVID slump
Halloween is just around the corner, but the COVID-19 pandemic is changing how candy companies are selling their candy this year. Hershey’s is getting involved in trying to save the holiday tradition from a candy slump. The Halloween season typically drives one-tenth of Hershey’s $8 billion in annual sales, according to the Wall Street Journal. Other candy makers, like Mars Inc., and Mondelez International are also prepared for more online candy sales this year, according to the Wall Street Journal. Mondelez, who makes candies like ‘Sour Patch Kids’, expects sales and demand to be higher this year compared to last year.
How 'Pose' Season 2 Shined a Necessary Light on the Black Transgender Lives Matter Movement (Exclusive)
(Spoilers for the episode, which first premiered on July 9, 2019 on FX, and is now streaming on Netflix.) It is also a reflection of the many transgender people who have lost their lives in the decades since. In 2019, in the wake of the increasing numbers of deaths, the American Medical Association even called the violence against the transgender community an epidemic, stating that transgender women were most at risk. She got her trophy, she got her 10s across the board [before] finally being laid to rest, Mock says of the fanciful sequence. It felt like it was a beautiful send-off for us both, Ross adds, before paying tribute to the real transgender women who lives were lost.