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To get to the body shop!

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"Wake Up With the Giant” with Rosco and Michelle. Rosco has been the voice and friend to generations of Miss-Lou listeners for over 30 years and Michelle has worked in recording studios, television and radio for over 20 years.  

The duo delivers a show that is full of information, news, weather, birthdays, the first joke of the day and a “Must Do’s” list of community activities, local interviews and the absolute best country music.  If it’s happening anywhere in the Miss-Lou, you’ll hear about it on 95 Country’s “Wake Up With the Giant" show with Rosco and Michelle.

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What Your Halloween Costume Says About You at the Party

Choosing a Halloween costume is not a simple task. You can’t just choose one on a whim because there are a ton of implications that could come with that getup, and it’s up to you to live up to the expectations of your costume.

Better yet, it’s extremely important to know what you should be drinking while beautifully rocking your costume you spent ~so~ much time on. Don’t worry, that’s why we’re here.


What To Expect: A true classic. There’s not a costume more iconic than a witch and those donned in this costume own this fact. They’re ready to stir the cauldron with their sassy silver tongues and aren’t afraid of the consequences because if anything goes awry they’ll jump on their broom and escape.

What They’re Drinking: White wine — probs Chardonnay tbh.


What To Expect: Admit it, Harley Quinn, while it may be the costume of 2016, you’re going to be a single fish swimming in an ocean of Harleys all claiming to be “Daddy’s Little Monster.” Make sure to take a good squad picture.

What They’re Drinking: A simple vodka cocktail of the cotton candy variety.


What To Expect: The party don’t start ‘till Wonder Woman walks in and she’s there to bring justice with a splash of good times. Get ready for someone who’s going to get super-competitive at all of the games and lasso up all troublemakers.

What They’re Drinking: Spiked Cider with a shot of cinnamon whiskey.


What To Expect: When Batman and Superman come together at the party they’re prepared to fight in a flip cup competition like no other and trust us, it’s gonna be ~lit~.

What They’re Drinking: Tons and tons of session beer.


What To Expect: Why is the rum always gone?? Oops, our bad. Bringing a bottle of rum with you all started as a costume accessory but then took a turn for the worse. Better plan to pass on captaining the ship home and call an Uber instead.

What They’re Drinking: A rum punch that could instantly turn them into a fire-breathing pirate.


What To Expect: Once upon a time, there was a prince and a princess who happened to show up to the same Halloween party. Their eyes met across the dance floor. However, they teasingly looked away. As the night went on, glances were exchanged but neither had the courage to make the first move. It wasn’t until a group of “sexy animals” pushed them together that Cupid’s arrow finally struck.

What They’re Drinking: Pinot Noir


What To Expect: At the party, always be wary of vampires because they are just a bunch of thirsty bitches. They’re worse than a bunch of Tinder dates gone wrong and they only want you for your blood. Don’t trust them.

What They’re Drinking: A dark Cabernet Sauvignon to swirl as they laugh maniacally.


What To Expect: I’ll admit there are some really good pun costumes out there that deserve a gold medal, but a lot of them are overdone and a stretch. Cat burglar? Really? Hope you’re ready to spend the entire night explaining your costume.

What They’re Drinking: A super complex fall sangria you’ll also have to explain to people.


Faith Hill Shares Shirtless Photo of Tim McGraw Washing Her Car: 'Yes, Baby, Scrub Those Tires' [PIC]



Faith Hill and Tim McGraw celebrated their 20th anniversary earlier this month, and are clearly still having plenty of fun together.

Hill Instagrammed a hilarious photo of her husband washing her car shirtless on Sunday, and the country singer/actor wasn't afraid to get his hands dirty for his wife.

"My hubby gettin my ride ready to go see @adele in Nashville!!!!" Hill captioned the cute snap. "Yes, baby.....scrub those tires."



My hubby gettin my ride ready to go see @adele in Nashville!!!! Yes, baby.....scrub those tires.


You can use trash bags to make amazing Halloween decor! 

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Things have turned around for a Louisiana flood victim. 

James Lapeze, a 72-year-old man from the city of Central, recently won a $1 million Powerball Prize, according to a release from the Louisiana Lottery. The fortuitous win comes after Lapeze’s house was damaged in August’s floods that left at least 13 dead and damaged about 40,000 homes.

The winner, who claimed his prize last Friday, said he was in shock over his good fortune. 

“I checked my numbers over and over again,” Lapeze, who lives in the city of Central, said in the release. “I even had my wife check them because I really couldn’t believe that I won!”

The 72-year-old, who plays the lottery every week, won from an Oct. 1 lottery drawing. He’ll end up with a total of $700,000 in winnings after taxes. He said he’d use the money to pay off his house and retire, Kimberly Chopin, director of communications for the Louisiana Lottery, said in an email to The Huffington Post.

Lapeze wasn’t the only one who took home a win. Romero’s Food Mart, the store that sold the ticket, also received $10,000. 

The win proved particularly special for those close to people affected by the devastating floods, Chopin told HuffPost. 

“Watching so many of our friends, family and neighbors in the greater Baton Rouge area struggle in the aftermath of the recent flooding, it is especially pleasing to see lottery winnings help a regular player face an adversity.”


2 Simple Carving Tips to Make Your Pumpkin Last Longer

It's pumpkin carving season! But it can sometimes be difficult to keep your pumpkins looking fresh.

So if you plan on carving a pumpkin to celebrate the season, you'll need to know these tips from Schnepf Farms to make them last longer so it doesn't shrivel up too quickly.

1. Put Vaseline petroleum jelly on all of the cut edges of the pumpkin. This will keep the pumpkin hydrated and moisture inside which will make the pumpkin last longer.

2. Another way to pro-long the pumpkin's life is to soak it in ice water over night and then every day for 15 minutes to keep it hydrated.

Of course, you can avoid a pumpkin shriveling up quickly if you choose not carve it. You can instead paint different designs on them which makes them last longer, especially if you keep them inside. Plus painting is probably easier than carving elaborate designs!



Food has earned its rightful place in numerous American museums — Julia Child’s kitchen is enshrined in the Smithsonian, for instance — but what about beer? That’s the idea behind Brew, a museum devoted entirely to the Western world’s favorite grain-based beverage that’s slated to open in Pittsburgh come 2018.

According to a press release, Brew will be designed in collaboration with beer and food experts and feature interactive exhibits and activities — including, yes, drinking.

"America has large-scale museums dedicated to so many important aspects of human culture but, surprisingly, no epic museum dedicated to beer — until now,” says Brew co-founder Matt Sherwin. He added that he wants the museum to be used “to understand all aspects of what it means to be human — our sociology, our anthropology, our history, our economics, our politics.”

In addition to beer artifacts and exhibits, the 50,000 square-foot complex will include a 300-seat brewpub, gift shop, a “Beer Hall of Fame,” and a Brewers Wall set to showcase information on all 4,800 breweries currently operating in the U.S. According to a museum spokesperson, the size and scope of Brew will be comparable to Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The founders anticipate a Spring 2018 opening, though they haven’t yet pinned down an exact location for the project.

Meanwhile, another beer museum is in the works further west: A museum-cum-brewpub aptly named the Brewseum is currently being planned for Chicago, though it’s still in the early funding stage




Tortuga Music Festival returns for its fifth installment April 7, 2017 and Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, and Chris Stapleton will head down to Fort Lauderdale Beach to headline.

The spring weekend will be one of the few places fans can catch format superstar Chesney in 2017. A rep for Chesney recently confirmed that the 48-year-old will not tour next year. This will be his third turn at headlining the event, having already played the inaugural year in 2013 and again in 2015.  

Other bold-face names for the event include Brett Eldredge, Darius Rucker, and Alan Jackson. This year’s breakout starMaren Morris also joins, along with Drake White & the Big Fire and Dustin Lynch. Inclusive of roots, rock, and country, roots/rock/reggae, the fest will also include Slightly Stoopid and alt-hip-hop act G Love & Special Sauce, Nelly, and Daya.

The event continues its mission to raise awareness and support ocean conservation. With a standing Conversation Village area at the event where environmental organizations set up booths and stands to educate on the increasingly dire need for marine research and various issues affecting the earth’s oceans. The festival works with the Rock the Ocean Foundation and has, since it’s 2013 inception, donated over $300,000 to its Conservation Village partners. 

Tickets for the annual event go on sale Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 a.m. EST. More information can be found on the event’swebsite.

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