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MAY/JUNE 2015

There are plenty of reasons to be excited about warm weather: longer days, baseball games, blooming azaleas and lemonade. But if summer also gets you excited about fashion, then you’re our kind of girl!

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The Girls

MAY/JUNE 2015

The Greater Montgomery Home Builder's Association is bringing back the Parade of Homes with more than 50 homes on the tour with the central site being at New Park. We had so much fun adding this home and lifestyle aspect into this issue and hope that you will make plans to attend one of the three weekends in June.

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Cover Story

MAY/JUNE 2015

It takes a village.... or several, to put on a successful parade, and who doesn’t love a good parade?

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2015

There’s so much more to a house than four walls and a roof. To make a house a home, it should contain thoughtful and convenient features that speak to the owner’s unique desires. These cutting-edge electronics and appliances from Cohen’s will turn even the most social butterfly into a homebody.

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2015

Concrete. Just because you walk all over it doesn’t mean it has to be boring. There are actually many options available for sprucing up concrete and it’s more affordable than you may think.

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2015

In a city teeming with steak and seafood chains, Charles Anthony’s at The Pub is one of only a few locally-owned restaurants that has stood the test of time. The Pub has been a staple in the Montgomerydining scene for decades. And while various owners have left their mark on it, current owner Charles Anthony Kamburis, Jr., has turned it into one of the most successful and thriving restaurants currently in the capital city.

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Now Hear This

MAY/JUNE 2015

One audition. Four chairs. A life-changing decision. Luke Wade stepped on stage at his blind audition for NBC’s “The Voice”in front of four superstar coaches and a studio audience.

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