Tag: Downtown Montgomery

Downtown Redevelopment and Dexter

Downtown Redevelopment and Dexter

April 16 will mark the one decade anniversary of the first-ever pitch at Riverwalk Stadium. The baseball field is more than the home to the Montgomery Biscuits. It’s also a symbol of downtown Montgomery’s rebirth. Many Montgomery residents don’t even remember a time before the stadium was completed in 2004. They can’t imagine the downtown […]

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That’s My Dog

That’s My Dog

By on 7 January, 2013 in Food, Kate and Stephen with 4 Comments

Sometimes, complaining pays off. A few months ago, we wrote about our tremendous excitement and commensurate disappointment regarding the new hot dog cart downtown. When we heard about the cart, we were excited about Montgomery acquiring the mobile quick lunch opportunities enjoyed by other cities. And when we heard that the cart offered “veggie dogs,” […]

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Following the Founding Fathers’ Advice

Following the Founding Fathers’ Advice

By on 27 June, 2012 in Fun, Holidays, Karren Pell with 0 Comments

My mother used to say “Hotter than a firecracker on the Fourth of July,” and she had never been to Alabama. Nonetheless, the adage is a good description of the weather in good old Montgomery for our nation’s independence celebration. The long range forecast predicts temperatures close to 100 degrees, high humidity and only a […]

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Why Historical Accuracy Matters

Why Historical Accuracy Matters

If you read the newspaper, you probably came across Midtown Montgomery resident Jim Yeaman’s letter to the editor in a recent Montgomery Independent in which he decried the renovation taking place at 78 Dexter Ave. His issues were two: the obvious ADA issues (a column planted smack dab in the midst of a handicapped-access curb […]

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