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The Dexter Parsonage Museum

The Dexter Parsonage Museum

The Home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while living in Montgomery, AL After four years of living in Montgomery, AL I finally went to the Dexter Parsonage Museum this past Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I am ashamed to say that I waited that long, but sometimes the things right under our noses are easily […]

Mrs. B’s Home Cooking

Mrs. B’s Home Cooking

Mrs. B’s, where have you been all my life? When I first moved to Montgomery over four years ago, I was only vaguely familiar with the term “meat and three”. I can now proudly say that I know where to get a good meat and three in this town, heck even in some other southern […]

House in the Park 2014

House in the Park 2014

House in the Park is a love bomb exploding once a year for 8 hours. There are some experiences that just are inexplicably good for your entire being. Events that lift your spirit, make your heart sing and your body free. House in the Park is one of those events.  House in the Park is […]

Winfred Hawkins

Winfred Hawkins

Deconstructing Winfred Hawkins – There’s more than meets the eye I first met Winfred in 2012. We had a mutual friend who invited us and a few other people to a movie discussion group. I didn’t think much of it at the time. As time went on, I met other people and would occasionally run […]

Curtis Park Creamery – A Denver Institution

Curtis Park Creamery – A Denver Institution

The Curtis Park Creamery is not a place where butter and cheese is produced, nor is it a shop where dairy products are sold. It is however located by Curtis Park. When someone mentions Denver, CO, there are a number of things that come to mind. Some people might associate it with skiing, snow, and […]