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The Home of Bill and Ashley Mitchell

The most wonderful time of year is upon us again! Time to gather with friends and family and make merry! Time to repeat special traditions and create new ones. Time to pull out our cherished collections, stir up some hot chocolate and mulled cider and decorate for Christmas.
Timothy Eberly

Fall in Huntsville – The Huntsville Mom

    Fall in Huntsville  By Jessica Aguirre-Cantrell The…

Traveler’s Guide To Nashville

Just a hop, skip and a boot scoot north lies the thriving city of Nashville, Tenn. Since we often feature a travel editorial in our September October issue, we decided to get a first-hand view of what Music City has to offer...
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Huntsville’s Most Eligible

We asked, Huntsville answered! Huntsville EVENT Magazine invited readers to nominate their most eligible friends, neighbors, co-workers and family members – what we got was a group as varied as our city, ...

Wedding Trends

Weddings have come a long way since Queen Victoria donned a white dress and began the tradition of brides wearing white. While many brides whittled down their guest lists for safety over ... Resource Guide
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An Ounce of Prevention

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC,) seven out of 10 U.S. deaths are caused by chronic disease, while roughly half of the country’s population has been diagnosed with a chronic illness ...
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Home For The Holidays

Fantastically situated on the saddle point between Monte Sano and Round Top Hill, the Weiner property boasts expansive views of Jones Valley and The Space Center to the west, and Monte Sano and Dug Hill Valley to the east. Notwithstanding the vistas, the home itself is a holiday.
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Hunted Huntsville

Did you ever step into a building and feel an inexplicable chill? Walk around an old house and feel as though you’re not alone? Well, we have some stories that will give credence to those feelings, and they happened right here in Huntsville. Believe or not, either way, enjoy!
Mayor Tommy Battle

Building Huntsville

With more than 100 people moving to the Huntsville area each week, it’s no surprise the Rocket City is now the second-largest municipality in Alabama. If current trajectories hold true, it could be the most populous city in the state in three years or less. ...

A Breath of Fresh Air

Huntsville has earned the name “Rocket City.” The city has been eager to embrace its identity as the technology capital of Alabama. While there is no denying how important technology has been for the rapid growth of ...
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Huntsville Comic and Pop Culture Expo Offers Something Unique and Fun for the Whole Family

Written by Noah Logan Photo courtesy of Jeremy Long In…

Wedding Bells Are Ringing

For newlyweds Haley and Grayson Couch, and Hannah and Jason Charles, even a global pandemic couldn’t put a damper on their dream wedding days. The brides give firsthand accounts of the couples’ stories from first ...
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