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New Nature Experiences

New Nature Experiences

By on 23 May, 2016 in Carole King, Fun, Outdoors, Parks with 0 Comments

Sometimes I get tired of walking or biking in my neighborhood or adjacent historic areas and long for some adventure! So this last Sunday afternoon I opted to explore the new Lagoon Park Trail that I keep hearing so much about. After loading my trusty two wheeler up in the back of my car I […]

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Starting off 2016 in Montgomery

Starting off 2016 in Montgomery

Regular readers of MML know that we love to do the classic “annual review,” sometimes jamming it together with forecasts, wishes and resolutions about the coming year. It’s fun to think back over the previous year, while throwing out some guesses about what may be in store. Several years ago, we were ambitious and did […]

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Montgomery in 2015

Montgomery in 2015

By on 5 January, 2015 in Kate and Stephen with 0 Comments

We don’t make New Years resolutions, we make wishes. Resolutions require planning, vision and, worst of all, determined persistence. Wishes, on the other hand, convey all of the aspiration without any of the work. So here, for your reading pleasure, are several Montgomery things that we’re wishing for (or even more passively, watching) in 2015. […]

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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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Picture of the Week – August 5, 2014

Picture of the Week – August 5, 2014

By on 5 August, 2014 in Brian Holt, Picture of the Week with 3 Comments

We’re very pleased to introduce a new feature here at MML – the Picture of the Week. Photographer Brian Holt (www.holtconnections.com) has recently moved to town and will be sharing a photo with us every Tuesday. He will also provide some comments about the photo from his perspective. Please feel free to chime in with […]

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Montgomery’s Most Endangered

Montgomery’s Most Endangered

June 23, the National Trust for Historic Preservation released its annual “11 Most Endangered Places” list. It made me think about places and things in our Montgomery community that might also be at risk. First to come to mind is the hex paver sidewalks that occur in our oldest historic areas: Cottage Hill, a turn-of-the-last-century […]

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Downtown Curb Market

Downtown Curb Market

By on 16 June, 2014 in Food, Government, Kate and Stephen, Shopping with 3 Comments

It’s city-owned. It just got a face lift. And it’s full of delicious things to eat. Strangely, although we had heard a lot about (and even posted blog posts about) Montgomery’s curb market (1004 Madison Ave., next to Cramton Bowl), we had never been. That changed on Saturday, when we decided to make a post-lunch […]

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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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Questplex…Should the Dream Become Our Reality?

Questplex…Should the Dream Become Our Reality?

By on 7 February, 2014 in City Living, Fun, Sandra Nickel with 0 Comments

On a recent family holiday we visited the Salt Lake City Public Library. “Why in the world would you go to a library when there are so many other wonderful things to do in that area?!” you might wonder. And if you followed the hyperlink in the first sentence, you would not wonder at all. […]

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Oil and Vinegar: Home Cook’s Essentials

Oil and Vinegar: Home Cook’s Essentials

By on 3 February, 2014 in Cooking, Food, Natilee McGruder with 0 Comments

On my journey to a healthier me, I have recently started an elimination diet where I am cutting out known inflammatory foods such as dairy, meat, sugar, grains (rice, wheat, etc), starchy vegetables (beans and potatoes) and alcohol. It has been a challenging and eye-opening experience to keep my meals both satisfying and tasty. As […]

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