Meg Lewis

Fight Club for Foodies

Fight Club for Foodies

By on 28 February, 2017 in Cooking, Food, Fun, Meg Lewis with 0 Comments

The first rule of Culinary Fight Club is … have fun! Last night four area chefs faced off in a competition to see who could improvise under pressure and win over a panel of judges and a hungry crowd at Alabama’s first Culinary Fight Club event. Held at 129 Coosa, the first time event drew […]

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The Kids Have Got Gumption

The Kids Have Got Gumption

By on 8 June, 2016 in Meg Lewis, Municipal business with 0 Comments

For college students, summer used to be a few months of freedom – days of endless naps, camping trips, and dreaming about the future. Times have changed, though. These days, no college student worth their university branded apparel would be caught dead lazing away these precious summer hours that would be better spent gaining valuable […]

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NYC Gyro: A New Spin Downtown

NYC Gyro: A New Spin Downtown

By on 3 February, 2016 in Food, Meg Lewis with 1 Comment

I live downtown and I love it. My car goes days without being used because I can walk to work. I have miles of safe and challenging routes to run right out side my door. I cross paths on a daily basis with movers, shakers and lawmakers in the capital city. I never have to […]

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Fresh Beatz for Your Feetz

Fresh Beatz for Your Feetz

By on 6 February, 2015 in Meg Lewis, Music with 0 Comments

Most runners love a good playlist. There are some who believe listening to the meditative pattern of breath and footsteps, unimpeded by bumping bass, is more virtuous. Personally, I find value in both. It must be a scientifically proven fact, however, that music can help us hold a pace, energize and motivate us, and perhaps […]

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Race Review: Capitol 10 Miler

Race Review: Capitol 10 Miler

By on 17 October, 2014 in Fun, Meg Lewis with 0 Comments

Last Saturday a brand new race debuted in Montgomery called the Capitol 10 Miler. Organized by Fleet Feet Sports Montgomery and Centerpoint Church, the 10 mile race was set on the second Saturday of October to offer a long distance run for those who enjoyed running the Montgomery Half Marathon at this time. The Montgomery […]

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Run Local

Run Local

By on 21 April, 2014 in Meg Lewis with 0 Comments

One of the great things about becoming a runner is the community of other runners that you will discover. No matter where you live, there are other people hitting the pavement or the trail every day just like you. While running alone can be meditative and very important, running with a friend or a group […]

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Now is the Time

Now is the Time

By on 14 March, 2014 in Fun, Meg Lewis with 0 Comments

This moment in time – when temperatures are rising, the breeze is turning from an icy razor blade into a gentle waft of mild air against skin warmed by sun – this is the perfect time to get out and run. The trees are popping out little yellow-green leaves and pink blossoms. Grass is turning […]

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Running: A Pain in the *$%!

Running: A Pain in the *$%!

By on 13 January, 2014 in Fun, Meg Lewis, Outdoors with 0 Comments

I recently read a running quote that went something like “Success in running is learning to love your discomfort zone.” Sentiments like this are why many people believe that runners really are insane. I guess that’s because only crazy people would willingly continue to do something that is uncomfortable, sometimes painful, and actually enjoy it. […]

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Everything you need to know to run the Montgomery Half Marathon

Everything you need to know to run the Montgomery Half Marathon

By on 4 October, 2013 in Fun, Meg Lewis with 0 Comments

So, the MGM 13.1 is next weekend. Are you registered?  If not, do it! This is an outstanding race and you’ll love it! Only if you’re trained for 13.1 miles though. If not, do the 5K. It’s pretty sweet, too. First of all, if you haven’t run this race before you need to know that […]

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“What’s that on your leg?”

“What’s that on your leg?”

By on 5 August, 2013 in Fun, Meg Lewis, Outdoors with 2 Comments

Let’s face it. Running can get gross. There’s a lot of nature that you’re going to encounter on the road or on the trails as a runner. Sometimes the ick factor is going to fly into your face (or mouth!) and sometimes it’s actually going to fly out of you. From loogies to gnats to […]

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