Lynne Schneider

Three Issues to Consider When Shopping for a House

Three Issues to Consider When Shopping for a House

By on 23 June, 2017 in Lynne Schneider, Real Estate with 1 Comment

Three main issues inspired my house-gazing hobby to shift gears into actual house-shopping. So far, in my quest for a Home, I have learned some Profound Truths through frankly confronting three issues, which I will share with you. Profound Home Truth #1: The Bathroom Issue When I was not really on the hunt for a […]

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Paean to Adult Tennis in Montgomery!

Paean to Adult Tennis in Montgomery!

By on 5 September, 2016 in Fun, Lynne Schneider with 1 Comment

School has started, but summer does not feel officially over until the U.S. Open crowns its victors after Labor Day. Some friends made the pilgrimage to New York this week for America’s own Grand Slam tennis tournament. I’d love to see the Absolute Greats. Okay, mostly, I’d love to see the Williams sisters. Every top-10 […]

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Four Score: Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike

Four Score: Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike

By on 3 March, 2016 in Art, Fun, Lynne Schneider with 0 Comments

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang offers Cloverdale Playhouse audiences a deeply fun evening at the theater. Sarah Walker Thornton, Cloverdale Playhouse Artistic Director and director of this play, chose a script that is seriously sweet, funny, and redemptive. It won the 2013 Tony Award for Best Play. Thornton’s production at […]

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Delicious Holiday Fare: The Long Christmas Dinner/The Santland Diaries

Delicious Holiday Fare: The Long Christmas Dinner/The Santland Diaries

By on 15 December, 2015 in Art, Fun, Holidays, Lynne Schneider with 1 Comment

Holidays in Montgomery are (luckily) not like “back home” in the frigid north. In the Gump, I get stuck in shopping traffic on the way to play tennis. The typically brief “evening rush hour” expands into the night with shopper-legions who bustle in cozy red sweaters as if it was cold out. Over Thanksgiving weekend, […]

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Spring Civil Rights Anniversaries Will Be Epic

Spring Civil Rights Anniversaries Will Be Epic

By on 12 January, 2015 in Lynne Schneider with 0 Comments

This year, Montgomery’s past becomes a present-day chance for enrichment, culturally and economically. The city celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Selma marches that led to passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. This spring, Montgomery is the place to be. In March, tourists will revisit all three of the 1965 marches from Bloody Sunday […]

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Why You Should Go to ASU’s First Annual Inaugural Dance Concert Next Week!

Why You Should Go to ASU’s First Annual Inaugural Dance Concert Next Week!

By on 10 November, 2014 in Art, Fun, Lynne Schneider with 0 Comments

Prepare for delight and amazement next week at the Tullibody Fine Arts Theater, when Alabama State’s brilliant new dance company will stage its inaugural performance. Dance can be a spectacular, breathtaking extravaganza, dozens of performers choreographed in wildly complex patterns of sound and movement, and dance can touch like chamber music, poignant and intimate. Whatever […]

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Over the Moon for ASU’s Rent

Over the Moon for ASU’s Rent

By on 6 October, 2014 in Lynne Schneider with 0 Comments

Rent debuted Friday night at ASU’s Tullibody Fine Arts Center. Jonathan Larson’s 1996 award-winning rock opera chronicles a year in the life of a hipster tenement on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Poor, young New York City artists struggle to find love, to express themselves, to feed their habits, and to hang on to unheated, electricity-free […]

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