Tag: Garden District

Neighborhood Goes to the Dogs

Neighborhood Goes to the Dogs

By on 6 August, 2014 in Fun, Pets, Sandra Nickel with 0 Comments

Usually when you read or hear that a neighborhood has “gone to the dogs,” that’s a bad thing.  It implies decay, disinvestment, etc. But in Montgomery’s historic Garden District, it means the neighborhood is celebrating National Night Out with its annual Pups On Parade.  Last night was the sixth annual occurrence of this mile-long parade […]

Continue Reading »

In Praise of Puppies and Those Who Love Them!

In Praise of Puppies and Those Who Love Them!

By on 9 August, 2012 in Fun, Pets, Sandra Nickel with 0 Comments

Some were very, very hairy. Some, the Grand Marshal in particular, had hardly any hair at all. Some were settled and mature (two beagles dressed to match were so mature they had to take a break midway and finish later). Others, particularly one 4-month old Boxer, were really young and full of energy. All agreed […]

Continue Reading »

Bungalows and Craftsman Houses

Bungalows and Craftsman Houses

Editor’s note: This is the latest in a series of posts about architecture in Montgomery. For earlier installments of the series by Elizabeth Ann Brown, click here. — From the mansions of Perry Street to the cottages of Martha Street, people in Montgomery took advantage of the materials brought to them by the Industrial Revolution […]

Continue Reading »

Montgomery’s Historic Neighborhoods

Montgomery’s Historic Neighborhoods

It’s finished, printed and headed our way! For those of you living inside the bypass loop, you may have seen or heard the appeals by Karren Pell and myself for older photographs of Montgomery’s historic neighborhoods. Karren Pell, better known as the Alabama Troubadour, completed a photographic history book of Tallassee last year for Arcadia […]

Continue Reading »

Top