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DEC 20th
Camellia Bowl
Time: 8:15 pm

DEC 26th
Live & Listen's Christmas Jam
Time: 7 pm

DEC 31st
New Year's Eve Street Celebration
Time: 9 pm - 1 am

JAN 25th
Southern Bridal Faire
Time: 1:00 - 5:00 pm

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Cover Story

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

I’m dreaming of a Vintage Christmas, and it’s unique, fun and fabulous. In a world where people are searching for the newest, brightest “next big thing,” it’s refreshing to take a step back and draw inspiration from the past. At RSVP, we love to showcase vibrant, unique features and this issue’s Reply Yes is no different.

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Special Feature

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

Making important decisions about your health can be difficult, especially when you don’t fully understand your medical condition and your options. It’s imperative that you are educated about your ailment or illness in order to be assured that you’re making the best choices. An expert, second opinion can be an effective way to gain this knowledge and the piece of mind that comes along with it.

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The Girls

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

The holiday issue is always so much fun to put together and this one might be our favorite of all time. It all starts with fun ideas during a brainstorming session and those ideas quickly turn to fruition with the talent of so many incredible contributors who are simply the bees knees in their field. We couldn’t have pulled it off without the talent at Salon Seville, the skill of LUSH Makeup Art, the creativity of Evan & Co., the clothing collection at Kynard Korner and the eye of Aubrie Moates. We are all MAD over this vintage spread and our upcoming Mad Men casino holiday party at the Capital City Club on December 13. Buy your tickets now before it sells out!

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Now Hear This

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

Jordan Kirkland has a vision for making Montgomery a prime destination for live music. To that end, he has created “Live and Listen,” a series of interesting concert events to help bring his vision to life. The first of these is the cleverly titled “Funksgiving,” to be held on the 28th of November at Alley Station and featuring two young, nationally touring bands—Earphunk and The McLovins. RSVP spoke to the “Live and Listen” concert visionary about both that event, his reasons for choosing his life’s vocation, and what he has planned for the future.

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In Motion

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

One thousand miles in one year to raise $50,000. That’s the challenge Montgomerian Scott Bell is tackling to raise money for cystic fibrosis. Scott has CF and knows firsthand the challenges that come with the disease.

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Special Feature

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

As the holiday season inches closer, our social calendars become a bit more hectic. From company parties to gatherings with family and friends, the holidays are filled with places to be and people to see. And there is no doubt that these events, in typical Southern fashion, will center on food. But you don’t have to let that be yet another thing that adds stress to your already busy holiday to-do list. Cooking for your family and friends can be easy and delicious, if you have the right recipes. In my new cookbook, “The Southern Bite Cookbook: More than 150 Recipes for 4 Generations of My Family’s Kitchen,” I share tons of recipes just like that – made from ingredients you probably already have in the pantry. Here are three easy recipes from that cookbook that will help you impress your holiday guests without having to spend lots of time and effort putting them together.

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Singled Out

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014

I feel sorry for Santa Claus. His life must have been so much easier before the Internet. Back in the days of yore, Christmas gifts were truly magical things. They were unexpected, unresearched, uncompared. Unwrapping them on Christmas morning elicited a careless glee, a welcome distraction from worldly woes. An un-merry consequence of the Information Age has been the disappearance of magic from Christmas morning. Imagine the scene: a family settles down to open gifts and Santa Claus's stand-ins, Mom and Dad, sit giddy with anticipation of their teenage daughter's reaction to their most magical gift. Distractedly, she tears off the immaculate wrapping to reveal: "what, an iPhone 6??!! Ugghh. I said I wanted the 6 Plus. I texted you guys the exact picture and specs from the website. Tell me you kept the receipt!” In this season of evergreens, it seems we have become fixated on the "ever greener" - that elusive grass on the other side of the fence that will forever be more desirable than our own.

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