Tag: Montgomery history

Discover the Magic

Discover the Magic

By on 19 June, 2018 in Historic Midtown, Karren Pell with 0 Comments

I am a fan of Montgomery history. One of things I especially appreciate is knowing when pieces of the past remain a part of the present. One example of such a situation is the old bell from Freeny’s Tavern. Clemet Freeny, a Georgia native, first visited the area that would become Montgomery in 1809. Documentation […]

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Third Time’s the Charm

Third Time’s the Charm

By on 18 May, 2015 in Carole King, Fun, Karren Pell with 1 Comment

Editor’s note: Regular MML contributors Carole King and Karren Pell are releasing their third book on May 28. There’s even a release party! In honor of this event, we’re running two posts today, one by each of them, about the book. Carole’s Take If you want to beat the lines for the newest, hottest publication […]

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Freedom and Dreams

Freedom and Dreams

Montgomery is full of history. That we all know. But as we go about our everyday lives, we sometimes miss the importance of certain sites. Wesley Phillips Newton ends his book on Montgomery and World War II, Montgomery in the Good War, with a story that left me saddened by the event he relates in […]

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