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Make Montgomery Home: 3 unexpected reasons people are moving to Montgomery

2022-09-09T12:44:34-05:00By |Art, Culture, Food & Drink, Lifestyle, Living, Sponsored, Travel|

Revitalization of historic Montgomery is well underway through the addition of fine-dining restaurants, nationally recognized museum and memorials, modern housing developments, and so much more. As the capital city, Montgomery is truly the heart of “the soul of the south.” Here are three reasons why people are making the move to Montgomery and why you should consider making Montgomery home too.

Day-in-the-life of University of Alabama President, Dr. Stuart Bell

2022-08-18T09:18:18-05:00By |Culture, Sports|

Have you ever wondered what the President of a University does on a daily basis? Well, we have the inside scoop of typical day-in-the-life of University of Alabama President Dr. Stuart R. Bell. You may be wondering; does he wake up to a full pot of coffee like the rest of us? How many crimson ties does he have to choose from each morning? If it’s raining, does he still walk to his office from the President’s mansion or catch a ride?

In Our Own Backyard: Montgomery, Alabama

2022-07-07T15:25:11-05:00By |Food & Drink, Lifestyle, Travel|

Our first must-visit place in a new series of places to explore “in our own backyard” is the capital itself, Montgomery, Alabama. Whether you’re a born and raised Alabamian or a southern transplant, Montgomery is one of our state’s most rich historical cities. If you’re looking to get away for the weekend and learn more about Alabama’s heritage while having a great time, Montgomery is a spot you need to check out. We’ve rounded up our favorite places to eat, play, and stay in the capital of dreams!

The Cahaba Building is making Trussville, Alabama the ideal destination to live, work, and play

2022-09-22T08:34:39-05:00By |Lifestyle|

The Cahaba Building is one of the newest additions to the area, proudly owned by Trussville natives and built by Hancock Construction. The Birmingham-based builder has 30-years of experience and success in coworking developments. Their first concept, The Lindsey Building located in Vestavia Hills, has been consistently on a waitlist making The Cahaba Building the perfect opportunity for interested professionals.

The Soul of SoulGrown: 10 Questions with Writer, Sara Watkins

2022-06-08T10:15:01-05:00By |Culture|

Meet SoulGrown writer, Sara! Sara Watkins is SoulGrown's expert on North Alabama's newest and best. Residing in the region, Sara writes from a heart connected to her community. She is always in-the-know of local stories that deserve statewide awareness and brings them to our readers through her witty and clever way with words! Here are 10 fun facts about Sara:

Questlove shines a light on Alabama women at 2022 Met Gala

2022-05-23T17:04:34-05:00By |Culture, Lifestyle|

Oscar-winning filmmaker, musician, producer and composer, Questlove, took a meaningful approach to the year's theme of "Gilded Glamour" by "representing for African-Americans in this country." Questlove explained in an interview with Vogue that "because the Gilded period is a little bit different for our story... I wanted to highlight Black women who have sacrificed for the country. So I'm rockin' their quilt right now."

Get your hands dirty on the Agriculture Adventure Trail

2022-05-02T13:55:14-05:00By |Culture, Lifestyle, Outdoors, Sponsored, Travel|

The Agriculture Adventure Trail encourages the public to engage with local agricultural businesses in a fun and educational way. You’ll find all kinds of cool things to do on the Agriculture Adventures Trail: hands-on farms, orchards, farmer’s markets, made-on-the-farm products, farms with animals, U-pick farms, vineyards & wineries, farm-to-table dining, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, living history farms, farm festivals, and so much more! Here are 4 highlights from the 35 stops along the Agriculture Adventures Trail.

Paul Attaway’s debut novel fit for Alabama football fans and avid mystery readers

2021-12-09T11:20:57-06:00By |Culture, Sponsored, Travel|

Paul Attaway retired from a 30-year career as a small business entrepreneur to pursue his calling as a writer. In his debut novel, "Blood in the Low Country," Paul tells the story of Monty Atkins who attended college at The University of Alabama, and yes, thinks Bear Bryant walks on water. He's a good man who loves God and his wife and kids. But he also loves the Lowcountry, Charleston specifically, golf, baseball, college football and Shrimp ’n Grits.

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