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MONDO LOUISVILLE

"Kentucky, that is. Sit a Spell."

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The Filson Historical Society of Louisville

The Kentucky Historical Society's directory of Jefferson County Historical Markers

FRIGHT NIGHT - "Fright Night was the "Shock Theater" movie program that ran from 1971 to 1975 on WDRB TV-41 in Louisville, Kentucky." THE FEAR MONGER DIES ON...

WILLIAM GIRDLER was a Louisville filmmaker best known outside the River City as the director of the horror film, THE MANITOU. Around here, he was also known for a series of inventive, low-budget thrillers, including the blaxploitation-cum-EXORCIST-rip-off ABBY

SNITCH - "Your Streets, Our Watch." Louisville crime-watch paper which became the most interesting, widely read free publication in the area.

Tom Owen's Walking Tours of Old Louisville

The Louisville Page from TRAVELERS DIGEST

Visit the Inn at Woodhaven - A 1853 Gothic Revival, National Register House which now serves as a bed and breakfast.

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UFOS, GHOSTS, AND THE PEST CONTROL CLOWN

WAVERLY HILLS

Waverly Hills Sanatorium, located in Louisville, Kentucky, opened in 1910 as a two-story hospital to accommodate tuberculosis patients. It has been popularized on television as being one of the "most haunted" hospitals in the eastern United States, and was seen on ABC/FOX Family Channel's Scariest Places On Earth as well as VH1's Celebrity Paranormal Project. It was also seen on the Sci Fi Channel's Ghost Hunters. - Wikipedia

...read the rest of the Wikipedia Article here.

The Waverly Hills Historical Society

LOUISVILLE PUNK ROCK

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WFMU in New Jersey recently ran a special on historic Louisville Punk Rock - Solution Unknown, Babylon Dance Band, Big Deal, Spot, Gastr del sol, etc, Click here for the playlist...

...and here for the show itself, in MP3 or Real Audio

New Scene Meets Old Scene at http://www.louisvillehardcore.com/

BOLD BEGINNINGS is a new CD compiling punk rock from Louisville's first wave, 1978-1983. Your Food, Malignant Growth, the Blinders and more. "Sounds like LOUISVILLE F'N KENTUCKY!!!"

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MARK ANTHONY MULLIGAN

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"Mark Anthony Mulligan is clinically diagnosed as mentally ill and moves in and out of the homeless population in Louisville, Kentucky.  Using paints, markers, and crayons, Mulligan depicts colorful cityscapes in joyful urban scenes crowded with commercial buildings, industrial structures, street signs, and business logos...His work is on permanent exhibit in the Kentucky Folk Art Center in Morehead, Kentucky, and in the permanent collection of the New Orleans Museum of Art.  Mulligan's paintings have appeared in shows at the Chicago Art Institute, the Weston Art Gallery in the Aronoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, the Mennello Museum of American Folk Art in Orlando, and elsewhere.  In 2003, the Kenyan filmmaker Andrew Thuita directed "Looking for Mark," an 80-minute documentary about Mulligan, both as a gifted artist and as a nomadic mental patient."

Read the rest of the above article here, at the Robert Cargo Folk Gallery site

Louisville Magazine article on Mark Anthony Mulligan

"A perspective of Urban landscape: through the eyes of folk artist Mark Anthony Mulligan," The Decatur Daily, Jan 15, 2006


















































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THE LOUISVILLE
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GHOST HUNTERS SOCIETY

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CAVE HILL
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CEMETARY

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