Halloween images were projected onto the east side of the Phoenix building in downtown Lexington this month after the city installed equipment in Phoenix Park. In the foreground, Jason Ervin, 36, who lives in the Park Plaza apartments, let his dog Joey run around in the dog park.
Halloween images were projected onto the east side of the Phoenix building in downtown Lexington this month after the city installed equipment in Phoenix Park. In the foreground, Jason Ervin, 36, who lives in the Park Plaza apartments, let his dog Joey run around in the dog park. Reggie Beehner
Halloween images were projected onto the east side of the Phoenix building in downtown Lexington this month after the city installed equipment in Phoenix Park. In the foreground, Jason Ervin, 36, who lives in the Park Plaza apartments, let his dog Joey run around in the dog park. Reggie Beehner

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