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Last week my family attended the World’s Largest Halloween Party at the Louisville Zoo and we had so much fun!  My two little boys dressed as Hulk and Pokemon and we set off for a fun-filled night!  We decided to go on a Sunday and knew we needed to get there early, before the event even started so that we did not have to wait too long in a line.  We got to the zoo around 4:30, paid $5 to park and then got in line near the entrance.  There was some entertainment to keep the kids from getting bored.  ...
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Revenge is a dish best served … in a meat pie! CenterStage and J. Michael Spa and Salon present “Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” CenterStage of Louiville is bringing a great thriller to the stage this Halloween season!  This is a show you will not want to miss and we have your chance to win tickets!  The show will bring murder and mayhem to the stage, along with some singing, dancing and much laughter. The 1979 musical is based on a 1973 play by Christopher Bond about a 19th century London  barber who goes on a murderous rampage and...
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Time Home Entertainment Inc. is back with three all-new books for its Poster-A-Page series featuring some of the most popular Disney franchise characters, stories, and memorable moments in a unique visual format. Perfect for kids ages 4-12, each book in the series features a poster on every page, plus nine supersize pull-out posters that can function as fantastic door signs, room decorations, or background for their fantasy worlds. The three new poster books are on sale today and are available online and wherever books are sold for $12.95: MARVEL Poster-A-Page: Avengers Assemble in Action brings to life the most powerful superhero team in the world!...
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My husband and I love the theatre and both of us have participated in community and college productions in our lives before children, so we want to share theatre experiences with our children. However, my elder son is a busy child who has to move constantly. He has to process things by blurting out what he’s thinking about what he sees and hears, and not often quietly. He also interacts with what he watches. Our younger son is a typical toddler, who is prone to sudden bursts of noise and movement at random. These are some reasons why we haven’t...
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