It’s October and that means it is time to break out the spooky games! Whether you’re looking for a scary game to play with your friends or family, or you want something fun for the ghouls and goblins in your life, we’ve got some suggestions for you. Read on below for our top 5 picks of spooky games this Halloween season!

October is the perfect time to play spooky games. Whether it’s a family game night, a get-together with your friends, or you want something fun for the kids in your life (beware of those tricks!), we’ve got suggestions! …


Every sport reaches the height of its popularity when it has young superstars dominating the league. The NHL struggled to replace Wayne Gretzky as the face of the league for years until Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin came along. With those great players coming to the end of their careers, it is time for some new players to step up. These are four young hockey players that can be the next icons of the NHL.

Nathan MacKinnon

Nathan MacKinnon got his career started by winning the Calder Trophy at the age of 18. Things did not always go great for MacKinnon early…


There is not a more exciting time in all of sports than a playoff hockey series. There is a sense of tension on the ice throughout every game because one strange bounce of the puck can completely change the entire series. While it is rare, a few teams have proven that anything truly can happen in the NHL playoffs. Here is a breakdown of every NHL team that has comeback to win a series after losing the first three games.

1942 Toronto Maple Leafs

The first team to come back from 0–3 deficit did it at the biggest time possible. After losing the first…


“Solar Power” by Lorde

After a four year hiatus, the Lorde is back. In stark contrast to her highly acclaimed sophomore record Melodrama which explored the liquor-drenched escapism of late night house parties in the wake of a messy breakup, “Solar Power” is all about wide open sunshine, sand between toes, and finally breathing that sigh of relief at the realization that you’re actually… content? Blare this one on the way to the beach with a car packed full of your closest pals.

“Deja Vu” by Olivia Rodrigo

There’s no question that Olivia Rodrigo is the breakout star of 2021. Now, let this should-be-on-your-radar teen serenade your window’s down…


Finally, for the first time in over a year and a half, music lovers and concert goers have the chance to see their favorite artists LIVE. If you’re on the move this summer and happen to be in New York City, here are some concerts to look out for.

Foo Fighters

Date: Sunday, June 20th

Venue: Madison Square Garden

Time: 8:00

New York City is teeming with excitement as they prepare to welcome the Foo Fighters and their fans on Sunday, June 20th. Ranging from $129.00 to $750.000, tickets sold out quickly. Check the MSG site often in case they…


As Covid-19 limitations are lifting nationwide for the summer, there are plenty of things we’ll be able to do again that we’ve missed for a while. In the summer heat, few things are as fun as sitting in a cool place and gaming with friends. Having a variety of games to play allows you to game all night and allows different people to have different levels of enjoyment depending on the games you play.

One of the most popular genres in gaming right now is strategy games. There are scores to choose from and various engagement levels that can last…


If you squit long enough, you can undoubtedly find a few silver linings to the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the positives of this experience is that there has been plenty of excuses to stay inside and game. The gaming industry has responded in kind by producing some hits over the last year, and 2021 hopes to be filled with golden content for gamers. Whether you’re dedicated to gaming on console, pc, or mobile — chances are there’s a gem coming for your this year. …


One of the most beautiful aspects of music is its accessibility to all who engage with it. Across cultures, languages, and continents, music is a common element of the human experience and can be appreciated by all who encounter it. You don’t need to know the lyrics to a song to enjoy the feeling it can induce in you. We’ve all experienced an affective welling of sensation by the right combination of chords or rhythms. Unfortunately, many individuals feel that while listening to music is accessible, making music is inaccessible. On the contrary, producing and recording music is more available…


Research into veterinary medicine has grown significantly in the 21st century. The culture surrounding pets and the love they are treated with has changed with it, and people are far more concerned about taking care of their pets than previously. With more information disseminated on supporting a pet comes growth in empathy for what our pets experience. Plenty of dogs have feelings of separation anxiety and stress, particularly, and this is mainly in rescued pups. It’s imperative for those who have adopted a furry friend to make sure they know you are not going to ditch them. …


Gaming has evolved in the last twenty years from something traditionally done alongside friends at someone’s house to an activity many gamers engage with online. Whether it’s Xbox live, discord servers, or twitch streaming, a vast majority of gaming experience requires an internet connection to take place. There have been plenty of benefits and costs to this change in social interactions; let’s look at some of the pros and cons of the transition to online gaming.

PRO: Visual Processes Improved.

There is growing evidence to support the notion that playing a variety of videogames can strengthen visual processes. These benefits…

Luke Visser

Chappaqua Native, Luke Visser is a filled with the joy of life and a lover of hockey, music, and game strategy. Be sure to visit LukeVisserChappaqua.net.

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