RSVP Montgomery



OCT 1st
The Chapel Market
Time: 9 am- 4 pm -

OCT 6th
Faulkner University Benefit Dinner presents Rudy Giuliani
Time: 5:30 pm

OCT 7th
Corks In The Courtyard
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

OCT 8th
Bow Wow Meow 5K and Kid’s Dash
Time: 8 am

OCT 12th
Blackfinn's HalloWINE
Time: 5-7 pm

OCT 13th
Zoo Boo
Time: 6-9 pm

OCT 14th
Art in Concert
Time: 6-11 pm

OCT 15th
Riverwalk Wine Festival
Time: 2-5 pm

OCT 20th
Raise the Roof Seafood Celebration
Time: 6 - 9 pm

OCT 21st
16th Annual Blue Jean Ball
Time: 5 pm

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Connections

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

Escape games have become increasingly popular across the country, and lucky for us, we no longer have to travel out of town to participate. Breakout Games Montgomery was opened this summer by Josh Sizemore and Jeremy Carter, who also own the Birmingham and Mobile locations. The concept is so much more exciting than the stale board games or Friday night bar hopping. I mean, when is the last time you put your phone away and truly interacted with people for an entire hour… away from Facebook or Snapchat?

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Reply Yes

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

F. Scott Fitzgerald said, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” I’d say that’s just cause for a new wardrobe, wouldn’t you? Ruffles, mock necks, off-the-shoulder tops and more were seen sashaying down the runways this season, and our local boutiques have them all so we’re highlighting our favorite flattering looks. Stock up before the leaves change colors and you’ll head into the fall swankier than ever!

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Special Feature

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

The Locker Room is the go-to store for men who enjoy dressing in unique fashion inspired by a diverse line of brands. It’s the place where style and sophistication merge with clothing that can be worn for more casual affairs, all of which is high-quality merchandise that men of the city have come to love. From Alden’s pristine line of footwear, to the French-based clothing line Breuer, to the traditional sportswear made by Plains Wear, owners George and Davis Wilder believe in providing the men of Montgomery an outlet to dress themselves true to their own individual tastes. Soon, Montgomery’s men will have a new line of clothing to try on, and it comes straight from the hands of New York bred twins, Alex and Mike Faherty, who have created a brand that speaks to their beachside upbringing and fits in perfectly with The Locker Room’s overall appeal.

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The Girls

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

We are happy to help kick off the second annual Real Men Wear Pink campaign for the American Cancer Society. This issue features Montgomery’s leading community men who will all raise money for the fight against breast cancer during the months of September and October. Read more about this campaign and the 21 men who are competing to be Montgomery’s Pink Man of the Year.

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Cover Story

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

Twenty-one Montgomery men were selected on September 1st to take part in the American Cancer Society’s second annual Real Men Wear Pink of Montgomery campaign. The statewide campaign raises awareness and funds during breast cancer awareness month. Last year, the men raised $113,650 to support the fight against breast cancer with Al Dees, executive vice president of marketing with Alfa Insurance, being the top fundraiser raising $26,170. Other top fundraisers included Dr. Stephen Davidson, oncologist with Montgomery Cancer Center, who raised $14,389 and Dr. Donny Goodwin, owner and veterinarian for Goodwin Animal Hospital, who raised $13,937.

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Special Feature

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

Here we are again, at the start of yet another college football season. And as you probably already know, when that subject comes up – especially in this state – the discussion falls along “party lines.” Once of the first questions asked upon the start of a new relationship has always been and will continue to be “Who are you for?” The answer, sadly but many times truthfully, could determine its fate.

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Special Feature

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

One weekend every fall, the quaint little roads in Pike Road Alabama come alive with excitement. On this weekend, shoppers and fans of all things antique, vintage, French country, rustic and primitive converge at The Waters community for The Market on Chapel Hill. Added to this charming shopping adventure is the chance to mingle and meet some of blogland’s famous personalities. Throw in a few fine cuisine trucks serving homemade lunches and desserts and you have the perfect outing!

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Special Feature

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

A decade ago, three ladies teamed up to create a lifestyle store for the city of Montgomery that would bring us something we had never seen before. Edna Steen, Heather Steen and Stephanie Brown used their different skill sets to embark upon their vision, and in 2006, the city saw the birth of Hue Studio, now known as Welle Studio. It’s a store that sells a little bit of everything - from clothing, to gifts and accessories, this boutique offers shoppers the chance to buy something extra special that is hard to find elsewhere around town. Edna Steen has since retired, but Heather Steen and Stephanie Brown are still hard at work to please the slew of customers who come in to purchase items with unique flair and undisputed originality.

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