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Last minute costumes.... We got 'em!

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#fbf to the WHY Louisville Ghost Brigade! Happy Halloween, Louisville!

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The Cardinal mask isn't just for Halloween if you're from Louisville... After your trick or treat jaunt it's still perfectly acceptable for tailgating, game cheering, and keeping Louisville weird!

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So Zombies are the most Googled Halloween costume in Kentucky, eh? Then I guess nothin' says Halloween in the Bluegrass like our zombie horse mask! Come and get 'em, just a few days left to get spooky!

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Giving yourself a high twenty five... Maybe the best medicine to laugh away a rainy day.

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Did ya hear?! Our Kids Are Alright T-Shirt Design Contest has been extended to Nov. 5th! Check out this awesome monster by Sabina Jozefiwicz, age 7!

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Hey, kids! We love the drawings you're making so much that we're extending the Kids Are Alright T-shirt Design Contest by a week! The new deadline is November 5th- so tell your friends, sisters, brothers, neighbors and classmates that they have one more week to get in on the most fun art contest in town! Parents, please email submissions to info@whylouisville or drop submissions off at either WHY Louisville location.

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Kathleen Lolley's "Blossom And Decay" solo show will feature a range of new works from water colors to hand sketches to shadow boxes. Her past shows have always sold out quickly so if you want to get your hands on a Kathleen Lolley original be sure to join us on opening night!

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Come one, come all we're having a ball! Keep those submissions coming for the Kids Are Alright T-shirt Design Contest! Kids 10 and under have until Oct. 27th to submit their art!

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Don't miss out on the fun! Keep the kids drawings coming, folks! The Kids Are Alright T-Shirt Design Contest ends October 27th!!

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Louisville... Are you ready to rock? Comin' in hot... Desktop drum sets are in stock at both locations!

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Kyle Danbury, age 7, blew us away with "Conehead Terry." That's one heck of an imagination! Keep the submissions for our Kids Are Alright T-Shirt Design Contest coming! Deadline is Oct. 27th