RSVP Montgomery



JUN 2nd
Sounds of Summer 2016
Time: 5-8 pm

JUN 4th
Montgomery Film Festival VII
Time: 6 pm

JUN 5th
Sunday Blues Cruise
Time: 5:30-8 pm

JUN 16th
Military Appreciation Day 2016
Time: 9 am- 5:30 pm

JUN 17th
The Mulligan Brothers and Roman Street
Time: 8 pm

JUN 18th
Taco Libre
Time: 4-8 pm

JUN 19th
Father's Day at the Montgomery Zoo
Time: 9 am-5:30 pm

JUN 25th
Cycling for Sight
Time: 8 am

JUL 1st
Commissioning of USS Montgomery (LCS 8)
Time: -

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2016

When it comes to beauty products, there are a few things worth knowing. First, all beauty products don’t have to be approved by the FDA. Another interesting tidbit is the FDA doesn’t have the authority to recall a product. What this means is there is no higher power looking out for us when it comes to what products we purchase and use on our skin. Here are some product tips to help you be a smart consumer.

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Connections

MAY/JUNE 2016

After three back -to-back issues, we are closing on the busiest time of the year for us and are very much looking forward to some down time off before our next interns start. This issue might be one of my favorites because it is filled with so many things I love.

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2016

In life there are many defining moments - your high school graduation and your wedding day to name a few - both of which are commonly photographed. But is there anything more defining than when you welcome your new baby into the world?

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Cover Story

MAY/JUNE 2016

Survey any group of artists and 98 percent of them will say they grew up wanting to play music. It's very rare that serious artists realize their passion for music later in life. It happens, no doubt, but it's rare. Some hop from instrument to instrument, trying to figure out which one suits them best; others know from the start exactly what they're meant to play. While Ross Newell, lead singer and guitarist of The Mulligan Brothers, reminisces about his experience growing up with a passion for music, he pauses to recall drummer Greg Deluca's experience before continuing on.

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Reply Yes

MAY/JUNE 2016

Summer is coming. Sweltering heat, cold beer, sticky skin, neighborhood walks and the smell of honeysuckle and burgers on a backyard grill. When the sun doesn’t set until 8 p.m. and cricket chirps are audibly the background music to your life, you know summer is in full swing and fun is all around. Oh, those summer nights. Guys, it’s easy to throw on your old t-shirt for those barbecue get togethers, but it’s probably time your summer wardrobe gets an update. Take a cue from these casual looks from The Locker Room, and those summer nights will be even hotter.

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2016

Tucked away in the Old Cloverdale entertainment district is a rare gem that has a long history of offering fine dining to the River Region. Vintage Year first opened as the Chophouse at Vintage Year in 1984, and after closing for a season, was reopened by new owners Derk Lyerly and Jud Blount on January 5, 2016. In addition to dropping Chophouse from the name, the owners have also changed the philosophy of the restaurant—creating a new history in the process.

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In Motion

MAY/JUNE 2016

Would you rather spend the weekend zooming around a racetrack or shooting lasers at your friends? Here’s a better question: why not do both? Go Karting Montgomery is the answer to that dilemma

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