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What To Do This Month

What To Do This Month

By on 9 October, 2017 in Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

The days are getting shorter and, rain aside, the weather is changing for the better. Football season’s well underway, and your culinary thoughts may be turning to cocoa and soup (though, let’s be honest, it’s still pretty warm outside). That said, maintaining your calendar is important. Here are four things to think about as you […]

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NOLA? Sounds Like a Lovely Person…

NOLA? Sounds Like a Lovely Person…

By on 4 October, 2017 in Brandie Johnson with 0 Comments

A couple of weeks ago I had the distinct pleasure of visiting New Orleans for *gasp* the first time. I’m not sure how I managed to go 25 years without ever visiting, but I did. I’m not alone, however, my husband, David, had never been either. My new job gave us both the chance to […]

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Caribbean Cocktails Spice Up Cloverdale

Caribbean Cocktails Spice Up Cloverdale

By on 7 August, 2017 in Amanda Burbank, Bars, Fun with 0 Comments

A classic Kids in the Hall sketch features a man making a cocktail in a blender in the supply closet at work. Once you have entered the world of exotic and complicated drinks, it seems like they become an obsession that changes your life. It was a single drink that turned Jeff Berry into a […]

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New Owner, New Start for the Biscuits!

New Owner, New Start for the Biscuits!

By on 19 June, 2017 in Fun, Kate and Stephen, Pets with 0 Comments

We love to go to Biscuits games early in the season, when there’s still a touch of cool spring in the air, and every single professional baseball team is within striking distance of first place. The world is full of promise. This year, we didn’t make it to our first Biscuits game until June, but […]

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Rescued Relics Begins Fifth Year of Success

Rescued Relics Begins Fifth Year of Success

By on 15 December, 2014 in Carole King, Historic preservation, Shopping with 0 Comments

One of my first posts for MML was about Rescued Relics, our salvage warehouse at Old Alabama Town. So I thought it was time for an update on what has been a huge success! We initiated this innovative way to produce income when the city budget cuts took their toll on our operations here at Old […]

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Firing Range: Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex

Firing Range: Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex

By on 8 September, 2014 in Fun, Kate and Stephen, Municipal business with 0 Comments

Guns occupy a complicated space in our culture. They’re physical tangible things, similar in some ways to household appliances or tools. But they spark high octane debates that touch on everything from the U.S. Constitution to crime statistics. Even the folks that think handguns ought to be illegal (except for police and military uses) would […]

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Green Papaya

Green Papaya

By on 11 March, 2014 in Food, Jesseca Cornelson, Restaurant Reviews with 0 Comments

It seems like people either love or hate Green Papaya (409 Coliseum Blvd), and I can kind of see why. My first experience with Green Papaya was during my first year in Montgomery. I was living near the fairgrounds, and almost nightly I’d lie in bed in my lonely new town shaking the Urban Spoon […]

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Alabama National Fair: Missing photos! Revealed!

Alabama National Fair: Missing photos! Revealed!

By on 21 October, 2013 in Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

We were like children when the Alabama National Fair came to town a few weeks back (Warning: Clicking that link opens the official website of the fair, but also causes a crazy song to play. You’ve been warned.) Evidently, we were not the only ones. Attendance for the fair was up over 20 percent this […]

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Something Old – Something New

Something Old – Something New

By on 26 March, 2012 in City Living, Johnny Veres with 0 Comments

Hello Montgomery, We write you because we love you and want only the best for you, our favorite city. You’ve been sleeping for quite some time now, and while we’re happy for your rest, we all know it’s time to wake up. We believe you feel the same way and we see it more and […]

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Jubilee Brewfest

Jubilee Brewfest

By on 23 May, 2011 in Bars, City Living, Food, Fun, Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

It may be hard to believe for newer Montgomery transplants, but Jubilee CityFest used to be extremely cool. It used to draw great, nationally-recognized touring acts who played at stages set up around downtown – similar to Birmingham’s City Stages before its recent ignominious and embarrassing downfall. Check out this surprising list of previous years’ […]

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