RSVP Montgomery

Table Talk

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

A name in the burgeoning restaurant scene within The Shoppes at Eastchase, Little Donkey, pays homage to a culinary tradition of soulful nourishment with fresh ingredients and time-tested technique.

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Reply Yes

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

While fashion is always evolving, we can’t deny that it keeps repeating itself. There is something about vintage-inspired style that opens a window to our past and gives us a nostalgic feeling again and again. You don’t have to go retro all at once, but with the right accessories and attitude you can easily revamp your wardrobe. Pair something old with something new to bring the whole shebang to date and on trend

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Connections

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

One of the trendiest and fastest growing sports in the country is hitting a bullseye, offered in downtown Montgomery with rave reviews. Civil Axe Throwing is now open in the Kress Building, located at 39 Dexter Avenue. This fun, although offbeat way to spend an afternoon or evening may seem intimidating at first, but General Manager, Grant Stovall, promises it’s something for everyone. “A lot of people are nervous when they first pick up the axe, but usually after they throw it a couple times, they’re hooked,” he says.

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Signed Original

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Langley Tolbert is as smart, complex and multifaceted as her fine abstract art. Having worn many hats in her lifetime, the one that fits best is that of painter, casually seated behind an easel at her Lake Martin home.

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Socially Seen

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Wynlakes Country Club was decked out for Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) inaugural End ’o Summer Night’s Gala on August 17. As a not-for-profit organization, ASF relies on the great generosity of individuals, corporations, foundations, and local government to fund half of ASF’s $8.7 million budget.

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Special Feature

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Take a ride down County Road 14, just west of Autaugaville, Alabama, where you’ll find 18 plus acres of golden, lanky sunflowers in what’s known around town as simply “The Sunflower Field.”

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Now Hear This

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Take a ride down County Road 14, just west of Autaugaville, Alabama, where you’ll find 18 plus acres of golden, lanky sunflowers in what’s known around town as simply “The Sunflower Field.”

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Socially Seen

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

After a fun, but intense four days of protocol, tips and task training, 12 dogs and their “handlers” passed their public access evaluation and were honored at the Service Dogs Alabama (SDA) 2019 graduation ceremony held at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

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Socially Seen

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Child Protect Junior Executive Board (CPJEB) hosted the third annual SHINDIG, a free, family-friendly, open air concert, this past July 28 to raise funds and awareness for their efforts at Children’s Advocacy Center serving Montgomery County.

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Socially Seen

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Alabama Dance Theatre (ADT) opened its season with two successful nights of “Stars on the Riverfront” at the Riverwalk Amphitheatre on July 28 and 29.

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