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Top Ten Halloween Themed Shows

Step away from the snickers and replace that chocolate with the remote control. One week left before Halloween means only one more week to pack in as much Halloween themed television shows as possible. As luck would have it, some networks have pushed back their Halloween episodes until early November. So whether you're handing out the candy or eating lazily on the couch in the first week of November, Joonbug has got you covered.

Here are the top ten shows to watch in the coming weeks:

1. Glee- "The Rocky Horror Show" Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. on Fox

2010 HALLOWEEN
Top Ten Halloween Themed Shows

Step away from the snickers and replace that chocolate with the remote control. One week left before Halloween means only one more week to pack in as much Halloween themed television shows as possible. As luck would have it, some networks have even pushed back their Halloween episodes until early November. So whether you're handing out the candy or eating lazily on the couch in the first week of November, Joonbug has got you covered.

Here are the top ten shows to watch in the coming weeks:

1. Glee- "The Rocky Horror Show" Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. on Fox

CELEBRITY SIGHTINGS
Shakira Silly Bandz It!

What a Silly Bandz craze. What are those on your wrist Shakira? A trend that just doesn't seem to die out it seems.

Shakira does the style rage by wearing Silly Bandz on her Sale El Sol album cover. Nothing's more frustrating than actually admitting in wanting to know what shape, word or character those bands are.

Silly Bandz are still going strong, but please don't bring back Crocs in your next cover. There's a reason why they are being sold at mall carts.

GADGETS
IPods Walk All Over Walkmans

Might as well head to Japan if a Walkman is on your wish list. Walkman's are officially out with the final models being made only in Japan.

Walkman cassettes have sold over 220 million players since its debut in July 1979, but its now clearer than ever that iPod's are the leap pads for what's to come in technology.

No more running around the neighborhood with the Walkman and a fancy fanny pack to match.

CD Player's better watch out.

ART
Dresses As Unique As Its States

Las Vegas has its chips, Florida has its oranges and Kansas has its yellow brick road. Every state has its own style and every state has that initial trademark that tourists compare them to. Sin City resident Robin Barcus Slonina expressed her own visions by creating interactive dress sculptures that beautifully showcase how each state is individually stunning.

Solina's "States of Dress" project covers every texture, shade and color scheme a state could possess. Some of her designs include Nevada, Wyoming, Minnesota and New York. Solina means no disrepect with her pieces because each one is meant to portray the culture that's lived and the overall beauty that every 50 places has to offer. Her New York design is essential with this--within those packed garbage bags are old copies of The New York Times.

Every stitch and concept has even landed the artist to be featured in her very own "States of Dress" documentary.

INDUSTRY NEWS
What A Wookie Wedding

Katy Perry and Russell Brand got hitched this past weekend in the Rambagh Palace in India. The 85 guests didn't include Perry's best friend Rihanna, but those that were there got to witness Brand ride in on an...elephant?

With humor like that, these two have a very comical marriage to look forward to.

2010 HALLOWEEN
Celebrity Cheaps

Costume planning time is running out with Halloween being just a week away. So keep the cash for some chocolates and go thrifty this season. Take our advice and go with the simple celebrity look.

Here's our list of simple star looks that anyone can pull off with little to no preparation. Only a few items are needed.

Lady Gaga- Kermit frogs, bubbles, meat. You choose.

The Situation- Pretty sure they still sell those awful t-shirts with painted on bodies with abs.

Some of these celebrities may not live cheap, but that doesn't mean we can't.

INDUSTRY NEWS
KOL On SNL

Kings of Leon took the stage on Saturday Night Live this past weekend playing their current single Radioactive. The band's appearance came only days after their new Come Around Sundown CD release.

Come Around Sundown has just the right amount of the bands southern roots combined with the rock edge that they are most known for.

Fans will not be disappointed if they found themselves constantly listening to Only by the Night's album on repeat. Not to point fingers--more like welcoming you to the club.

INDUSTRY NEWS
Lady Gaga Hits One Billion

Its hard to imagine what the music industry was like before Lady Gaga. The singer and fashion trend starter hit an unbelievable one billion mark on YouTube recently. She is the first artist to ever hit that high a number of views. She tweeted, "We reached one billion views on YouTube little monsters. If we stick together we can do anything. I dub you kings and queens of YouTube! Unite!"

"Rah-Rah-Ah-Ah-Ah!" Now if only there were that many tickets available for even the chance to be at one of her concerts.

MIDTOWN WEST
Halloween Rocking At Hudson Terrace

This Halloween, party like a Rockstar at Hudson Terrace! Round up your groupies because this Halloween it's all things rockstar. Hudson Terrace will be opening its doors Saturday, October 30 at 9 p.m. for a Halloween party that even the most famous wouldn't be able to forget after drinking till the early a.m.

Dress as your favorite rockstar from any era because best dressed wins a $500 gift certificate to use at the Hudson Terrace. Live performances will be Ani Quinn & Raphael and Hubert Moste.