HorrorFest at Iannelli Studios pops the cork on Halloween 2013

I need me some glasses like this.

I need me some glasses like this.

If the Kalo Foundation’s Homegrown Horrorfest at Iannelli Studios Heritage Center in Park Ridge is any kind of a lead-in, this year’s Halloween is going to be epic. A tear the roof off type.

Journal & Topics lifestyle editor Denise Fleischer read a selection from her novel, DEADLY RESERVATIONS,  Adam Nardi’s sculptures and paintings brought new angles and perspectives to horror, and Scott Fischer of Fischer’s Flicker hit all the right notes during his performances (including a cover of Jethro Tull’s “Locomotive Breath” featuring George Kikos on recorder!).

I also read from LOSING TOUCH, met some friends old and new, and enjoyed some hot cider and popcorn. Weather was great, too. It was just a beautiful day to come out to what is a crown jewel of Park Ridge’s cultural heritage.

Yep, I went to college. Lindsey can confirm this documented fact.

Yep, I went to college. Lindsey can confirm this documented fact.

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