Party Galaxy certainly gets busier near Halloween, but the Dillons say the bread and butter of their business is party goods. And Mike said even that requires a bit of prognostication and trend spotting.
Sisters Doll Hospital thrives among the dwindling number of doll hospitals left in the country.
“We had to advertise it being located three blocks east of the Myriad [now Cox Convention Center] since at the time, very few people even knew that the Bricktown district existed,” Brewer said. “We drew 18,000 people the first year.”
Transformations are nothing new to the Dillons. About 12 years ago, they transformed MG Novelty, the company started by their grandfather, Michael Guy Dillon, and run by their father Bill and uncle Royce, into Party Galaxy. Novelties, said Mike Dillon, hold a different connotation these days. But everybody can enjoy a party. Story by Greg…
“We hope everyone will come out and join us in our newest tradition in what has come to be known as the Gay National Holiday: Halloween.”
Participants also might enjoy the delicacy of mealworm cookies, which Stone said are packed with energy-giving calories, protein and fiber.
If you’re 18 and over and have a penchant for fishnets but aren’t really into aliens from the planet Transsexual, Adèle Wolf’s Burlesque & Variety Show Halloween Spectacular at Oklahoma Contemporary, 3000 General Pershing Blvd., is just the ticket.
’Tis the season for ooky, spooky treats and tricks for everyone, and this issue rounds up politicians (P. 11), local kid-friendly and adult events (P. 29), OKC Pride’s holiday block party (P. 31), Science Museum Oklahoma’s Not-so-Frightening Fun Night (P. 33), OKC Horror Fest (P. 44), a special screening of Halloween (P. 45) and a…
Developers revamp an old Film Row building and add to the district’s sense of history, culture and community.
Pagan Pride Day features entertainment and children’s activities at its annual cultural celebration.