Written By Charley Harp The holidays are a time for being thankful, spending time with family, and most importantly, gift-giving! Black Friday is the busiest day for business, with almost thirty percent of sales happening between then and Christmas. Even … Continue reading Can Black Friday Survive The New Age?
Written By Debra Murray and Savannah Sosna In need of new clothing? Worried about not having enough in your pocket to afford great fits? Have no fear, thrifting is here! Many times, when in need of new clothes, shoppers gravitate … Continue reading Thrifting 101
Written By Savannah Sosna With Halloween approaching, haunted houses become huge attractions. Only eleven minutes away from PRP High School is the famously known Waverly Hills Sanitarium, a shell of what was once a running hospital for patients suffering with … Continue reading A Haunted House with History
Written By Debra Murray Haunted Hotel When: Every weekend (Friday and Saturday) for all of September and October. Sundays will be open all October. What Time: Fridays and Saturdays are open 8pm to 2am, and Sundays are open 8pm to … Continue reading Events to Make You Scream
Written By Debra Murray Baxter Avenue Morgue When: September 7th – 29th, 2018 What Time: Open 8pm – 12am on Fridays and Saturdays, 12am – 5pm on Sundays Tickets: $20 Where: 451 Baxter Ave, Louisville, KY 40204 The Baxter Avenue … Continue reading Creepy and Fun Events for a Great Fall
Written By Debra Murray Ghost Walks by Louisville Historic Tour When: September 4th, 2018 November 15th, 2018 What Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Where: Old Louisville – Corner of Fourth and Ormsby Tickets: Starts at $20 Louisville Historic Tour … Continue reading Fun Fall Events For Friends and Family
Written By Casey Kirchner ANNOUNCEMENT: Courtesy of Tonya Grant (U.S. History Teacher) On TUESDAY – Feb. 6 we will be holding a Voter Registration Drive in the front lobby during all 3 lunches. You are eligible to register now if: … Continue reading Voter Registration