RSVP Montgomery



MAR 28th
MAX Capital City Classic
Time: 6:35 pm

MAR 31st
Over the Edge
Time: -

APR 1st
Autism Crawfish Boil
Time: Noon-5 pm

APR 1st
Relay for Life of Montgomery Metro
Time: 3 - 9 pm

APR 8th
Maxwell Air Force Base Air Show
Time: 9 am - 4:30 pm

APR 18th
Earth Day Safari
Time: 9am-2 pm

APR 23rd
Wags for Wishes
Time: 1-5 pm

APR 29th
23rd Annual Fitzgerald Museum Gala and Silent Auction
Time: 6:30-10 pm

APR 29th
TroyFest Art & Craft Festival
Time: Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4 pm

MAY 6th
Kentucky Derby Benefiting Hospice of Montgomery
Time: 3:30 - 6:30 pm

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Special Feature

MARCH/APRIL 2017

Whether you find them at the fair, a football game or a street corner cart, hot dogs are one of the quintessential American foods. According to tradition, German immigrant Charles Feltman brought hot dogs to the United States when he began selling “ sausages in rolls” on Coney Island around 1870. After that introduction into the American experience, frankfurter carts began to be a staple in New York City in 1906.

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The Girls

MARCH/APRIL 2017

How exciting is our cover and feature story? Maxwell Air Force Base will host the most incredible air show commemorating the 70th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force along with the 100th anniversary of our country’s entry into WWI...not to mention that the Patrol de France hasn’t flown in the U.S. in 31 years! Don’t miss this free, family-friendly event on April 8 and 9.

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Take Five

MARCH/APRIL 2016

Your frayed jeans and crop top might go out of style, but one thing is for sure- using proper etiquette won’t. The word etiquette often conjures up images of women drinking tea and learning to properly set a table; however, for the modern lady, there is basic etiquette we need to practice. So if your mother didn’t teach you, here are some tips to keep you classy, gracious and respected.

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Cover Story

MARCH/APRIL 2017

Maxwell Air Force base has been gearing up to celebrate two historic marks in history, anniversaries that bring to light the importance of not only aviation, but the United States’ efforts in making this country the land of the free and the home of the brave.

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Special Feature

MARCH/APRIL 2017

It sometimes feels like the world around us is falling apart. Almost daily, depressing headlines bombard us, causing fear and uncertainty about the future. Like the rest of our country, there are people in the River Region who are hurting, sick or in poverty. Five years ago, Michael Coleman, a retired Army veteran and former pastor, had a vision to change that. His vision became Hope Inspired Ministries.

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Table Talk

MARCH/APRIL 2017

Upstairs, above B.B. King’s Blues Club at the Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in Montgomery, sits a restaurant nestled far, far away from the hustle and bustle below. Taking its name from B.B. King’s hometown of Itta Bena, Mississippi, a trip to this restaurant is like walking straight down Beale Street only to find yourself face to face with a hidden gem so unique, you’ll wonder why you’ve never ventured here before. At Itta Bena, everything is made in house, and the appetizers, entrees and desserts are delivered to you from a wait staff that aims to please with good, old-fashioned Southern hospitality. Simply put, dining here is an experience like none other, and it doesn’t boil down to just the amazing food.

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Don't Ask... Doc Tells

MARCH/APRIL 2017

What do Las Vegas, cancer and duct tape have in common? We’ve all heard the saying, Dzwhat happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas—well, except for herpes, and that stays with you foreverdz! Unfortunately, this is true.

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Reply Yes

MARCH/APRIL 2017

Whether you’re a “shop till you drop” girl or dread shopping like the plague, you have probably considered signing up for a subscription stylist service. But often, these limit your budget, variety of style and control over the items you receive. Traci Kelley, a Boaz, Alabama native and local Montgomery resident, saw the need for something different in the world ofonline fashion styling.

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Now Hear This

MARCH/APRIL 2017

Montgomery, Alabama is not universally known for its wide variety of musical acts, but within the city limits, there are many people looking to make a living off music or just jam with a group of friends. Among those musicians, you’ll find the five young men who make up The Talismen. Jack Bennett (guitar), Jack Anderson (bass/ vocals), Jack Wagstaff (piano/horns/vocals), Camp Spain (guitar/vocals) and George Norrell (drums/vocals) all met while attending high school in Montgomery and have turned their garage band into a local favorite.

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