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In Motion

MAY/JUNE 2017

Paddling the Coosa is one of my favorite outdoor activities. Thousands of people from all around the Southeast have come to enjoy the fun and excitement the Coosa offers. On the Coosa River, you may be rubbing elbows with the server at a local Montgomery eatery or the CEO of a multimillion dollar company; you never know who you may run into. Whether it’s a canoe cruise with the kiddos, a big float trip with friends or soloing through some of the river’s white water rapids, the Coosa has something for everyone no matter your skill level.

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Don't Ask... Doc Tells

MAY/JUNE 2017

You have probably heard the saying, “it’s not the size of the ship, but the motion in the ocean that matters.” The guy with the biggest mouth may shout out that big ships make bigger waves. I think Freud would have an explanation for that type of response and it deals with overcompensation. There is no doubt an infatuation exists regarding the size of a man’s private part. I have men ask me on a regular basis, “Doc, can you make it bigger?” My typical response is “No, but I can get you some new eyeglasses to make it look bigger.” The fascination about size often starts as a young boy and continues into adulthood. Women often wonder, “What is the big deal?”

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The Girls

MAY/JUNE 2017

After three back-to-back issues, we are closing on the busiest time of the year for us and are very much looking forward to some down time before we welcome two new interns and crank up in full gear again. This issue might be one of my favorites because it is filled with so many things I love. Food trucks, fashion, amazing events, kayaking on the Coosa and Biscuits Baseball. While food trucks have been around for years, they haven’t been as prevalent in Montgomery but that is all about to change.

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Special Feature

MAY/JUNE 2017

Henry Pugh has been playing music for as long as he can remember. He started playing music at 5 years old in the church and played in his first band with grown musicians when he was 12. Now, in his late 70s, Henry still plays four nights a week, on average. That usually entails a three-night stint playing for his many fans at Sous La Terre, and another playing at private events or at other music venues in town.

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Cover Story

MAY/JUNE 2017

The food truck industry has exploded in major cities across the country, and Montgomery is no exception. The City of Montgomery is very supportive of the food truck movement, and those who live and work in the area are excited to have more dining options available here. Some of the trucks currently operating in Montgomery are Southern Smoke Shack, On a Roll, NYC Gyro and Fire Meats Wood, among others. There are even plans in the works by Lomar Benson of Fire Meats Wood to create an app that allows people to see where each food truck is every day. Steve Jones, director of general services for the mayor’s office, graciously agreed to answer questions about the food truck movement.

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Take Five

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017

Let’s face it - smell sells. We love it when people tell us we smell good, and we talk about people and places that don’t. It’s just important to us. We asked our readers about their favorite smelling products and found some gems.

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Table Talk

MAY/JUNE 2017

Earlier this year, IgniteMGM held a pitch competition to award $12,000 to entrepreneurs who contributed to Montgomery in several different ways. The grants were divided into three concepts: a digital/social concept, a community impact art concept, and finally a food truck concept. On a Roll, operated by Nick and Davena Jernigan, was one of the three finalists, along with Fire Meats Wood and NYC Gyro, in the food truck competition.

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