We are thrilled to introduce a new department for the magazine. Each issue we will be highlighting a few of our favorite things! For summer, we are sharing some of our favorite LOCAL BBQ sauces, Lake Living must-haves and for those June brides, a few of our picks for their new home. 1. Charlie B’s Original 3-Clicks White Sauce & Bottcher’s Steak Marinade | 2.
As the crowd calms and bright lights illuminate the auditorium, a striking blonde contestant takes the stage. Although her outward appearance is eye-catching, it is her talent and poise that truly take center stage. She begins to perform, and the audience is instantly captivated, leaving little doubt of her place at the top of the competition. The striking blonde is Brooklyn Holt, a 20 year-old
When Ralph Draughon Jr. was in high school, he was living a spoiled life at the president’s home with his father as the president of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, API. Those days seemed like Camelot to Ralph, but not to his father. President Draughon led the college through a turbulent period of change and growth, as he butted heads with the governor over desegregation. Although Ralph
It all started with a farmer selling peas under an oak tree beside a state highway in Chambers County, Alabama. Isaac Robertson was relatively new to the world of full-time farming. He started with row-crop commodities such as cotton, corn and wheat, but then decided to try his hand at produce to be more diversified. And he started with peas. Isaac’s wife, Bradley, was a