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As the World Plunges Into the Flames of The Pandemic, Thousands of People at The Halloween Parade in Wuhan


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Halloween revelers flocked to an amusement park in Wuhan, China, to celebrate the spooky holiday less than a year after the deadly coronavirus began infecting people in the city before spreading across the globe. The crowds, dressed in costumes including pirates, superheroes and zombie nurses, celebrated by watching a parade at Happy Valley Wuhan amusement park, photos of the scene show.

Domestic tourists have returned to Wuhan in recent months as China says they’ve turned a corner in their fight against the virus. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos From The Bosch Parade, The Sailing Parade In The Spirit Of Jheronimus Bosch

Bosch Parade honours Jheronimus Bosch as a storyteller and inspiration. His paintings are mysterious picture stories in which he illustrated his time in an unconventional way. Jheronimus Bosch also was the very first genre painter: the first painter to acknowledge commoners, by giving them a full role in his works. Continue reading »

The Eerie Costumers Of Japan’s Night Parade Of One Hundred Demons

Japan and cosplay go hand-in-hand, so it’s no surprise that every year the gigantic Halloween celebration in Shibuya yields a mass of creative costumers. An often overlooked celebration in Kyoto, however, offers just as as impressive -and possibly more terrifying-assembly of costumes. Continue reading »

Mexico Day Of The Dead Parade 2019


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Mexicans get ready to celebrate the Day of the Dead highlighting the character of La Catrina which was created by cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posada, famous for his drawings of typical local, folkloric scenes, socio-political criticism and for his illustrations of “skeletons” or skulls, including La Catrina. Continue reading »

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid! Hundreds Descend On Central London For World Zombie Day Walk Through The Capital


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Headless corpses, missing limbs and rotting flesh were just some of the ghoulish sights seen on London streets for an annual zombie march through the city. Hoards of people stepped out in their best un-dead garbs to traipse through the capital for London’s 12th World Zombie Day event. Continue reading »

This Year Corso Zundert Flower Parade Had Some Crazy Detailed Flower Floats

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Zundert, a small town near the southern border of the Netherlands, hosts the world’s biggest flower parade. In a country famous for its flowers, it’s no wonder flower parades are some sort of national hobby. The Netherlands has about thirty flower parades, large and small. Continue reading »

Zombie Parade in Duesseldorf, Germany

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A march of zombies has passed through the German city of Dusseldorf. For one day living dead woke up from their graves and took to the streets to scare passers-by and play with the other stiffs. Continue reading »

Russian Military Parade Honors World War II Red Army


Russian soldiers dressed in Red Army World War II uniforms paraded through Red Square in front of a backdrop of St. Basil Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013. Thousands of Russian soldiers and military cadets marched across Red Square to mark the 72nd anniversary of a historic World War II parade. The show honored the participants of the Nov. 7, 1941 parade who headed directly to the front lines to defend Moscow from the Nazi forces. The parade Thursday involved about 6,000 people, many of them dressed in World War II-era uniforms. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, File) Continue reading »

Sea Creatures Come out for Coney Island’s Mermaid Parade

Revelers pose at the 2013 Mermaid Parade at Coney Island on June 22, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Coney Island was hard hit by Superstorm Sandy but parade organizers, whose offices were flooded, were able to raise $100,000 on Kickstarter to fund the parade. The Mermaid Parade began in 1983 and features participants dressed as mermaids and other sea creatures while paying homage to the former tradition of the Coney Island Mardi Gras, which ran annually in the early fall from 1903-1954. (Timothy Clary/Mario Tama/AFP Photo/Getty Images) Continue reading »

The 26th Annual Houston Art Car Parade in Houston

The Art Car Parade is the highlight of a three-day celebration of the drive to create: Art Car Weekend. But it all began with a donated 1967 Ford staton wagon and $800 worth of paint and plastic fruit. And now, 26 years later, it attracts 250+ vehicles (and other entries) from 23 states, Canada, and Mexico. Photo: Art cars is seen on Allen Parkway during the 26th Annual Houston Art Car Parade on May 11, 2013 in Houston, Texas. Photos by Scott Halleran. Continue reading »

The Matryoshka Parade


Multiculturalism may have been declared dead by the politicians but for artists, it has always been alive. In fact, without it, art will be just cheap government propaganda. The Matryoshka Parade project takes a classic Russian symbol and turns it into something uniquely… global. Continue reading »

Christmas Balloon Parade in Panama City, Panama

People carry balloons during a Christmas balloon parade in Panama City, Panama. (Arnulfo Franco/Associated Press) Continue reading »

Santa Claus Parade 2011 Preview

Santa Claus (RIGHT) and Brian Hooper (LEFT) were on hand at the press conference for the up coming Santa Claus Parade. (Peter J. Thompson/National Post) Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: Halloween Pet Parade in NYC

In honor of the Halloween many NYC pet owners marched through the streets with their pets in Halloween costumes.

Tompkins Square Pet Parade. New York 2008.



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