It’s back to the eighties on the Halloween episode of Living 757.
This year, Quincy and Ashley do their best to dress in the iconic 80s style. Is it a hit or a miss? You decide! And tell your drinking buddy to move over -the geese have arrived!
We continue our Yelp Adventure Challenge and check out some great places in our area:
The Seldom Market has so much to offer if you’re looking to get your shop on or wanting some good treats. If nature is your thing, check out the Emancipation Tree.
Yelp guides you along all the amazing adventures right here in Hampton Roads.
Then Quincy visits Park 216 to get an update on their Phase II expansion.
With 3 new floor plans, their apartments vary in size including The Sequoia, a 2 story, 2 bedroom apartment larger than many houses.
The location just can’t be beat and you can almost ditch your car since the grocery store and much more is located within walking distance. Let Park 216 welcome you home!
Shant’a Miller-White joins the show to share how Parents Against Bullying is using their voice to speak up against bullying. With the world becoming more and more “virtual” cyber-bullying has risen tremendously.
Shant’a shares tips on what to look for if you think your child may be a victim, and how you can get involved and help stop the bullies. This is a must see segment!
Unsure how to handle Halloween? Check out Ashley’s tips for treating.
Are costumes your bag? We’ve got some ideas for those too.
Not wanting t to trick-or-treat on an empty stomach, Ashley heads to Boil Bay Seafood City to learn all about this delicious venue.
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If you’re a sushi aficionado or if a crab boil speaks to your soul, this is the place for you. Their full bar is another sunken treasure with a plethora of choices. You name it, they’ll pour it!
As if amazing food and drinks weren’t enough, they have a full stage where they will welcome fantastic bands and DJs once we are Covid clear.
Sail on over to Boil Bay Seafood City, you won’t be disappointed.
We flash back to last Halloween, a time when things were simpler and…scarier?
Do you remember when Ashley, Quincy and Patricia visited Frightmare? Well just in case you need a bit more creepy before you venture out -or stay in- on Halloween, check out one of our most hair raising memories.
BTW this is NOT kid friendly!
Finally, if you need some music to get you in the mood for the spooky season, check out this video by New Mutiny.
Happy Halloween, and enjoy the show!
And if you would like to see someone featured on the show, please send a message to Share@Living757.com and you may just see them here soon!