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inCity Magazine OFFICIALLY Launches

inCity Magazine OFFICIALLY Launches

inCity Magazine Officially Launches Nationally January 5, 2016 – inMMGroup (marketing & media agency) announced today the official launch of inCity Magazine (inCity-Mag.com) a digital lifestyle magazine targeting ages 25-50, in tier II markets with a population of at least 250K – 1 Million. Christopher Thomas, Publisher states, “inMMGroup has been in business for 14...

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Does Another Level Seafood Stand Up To Its Name?

Does Another Level Seafood Stand Up To Its Name?

Another Level Seafood Sports Bar and Grill previously know as Young Barn Pub & Oyster Bar in Montgomery is a hidden little gem. As soon as you walk in you are greeted (reminds you almost like the TV show Cheer’s). They have a pretty diverse menu such as Steak, Wings, Crab claws, veggies, Shrimp, Fish...

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Auburn’s 31-10 win over Memphis in Birmingham Bowl

Auburn’s 31-10 win over Memphis in Birmingham Bowl

Sean White started at quarterback for Auburn (6-6), which avoided a losing season. Gus Malzahn has a personal streak of 22 winning seasons as a coach. Paxton Lynch, perhaps the top quarterback prospect in the upcoming NFL Draft, led a potent Memphis (9-3) offense but it was not enough. — Gus Malzahn confirms Kevin Steele will...

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BayLeaf Indian Cuisine Opens In Montgomery

BayLeaf Indian Cuisine Opens In Montgomery

Today our Publisher had the opportunity to have lunch at BayLeaf Authentic Indian Cuisine. Not knowing what to expect from the NEW indian restaurant, he had that taste of Authentic Indian Cuisine. “As I entered the establishment, I was greeted and immediately seated (at that point he was the only customer and they close in...

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Christmas Bike Giveaway

Christmas Bike Giveaway

(photos by inCity Magazine) (photos by inCity Magazine) Montgomery City/County Leaders (City Councillor David Burkette, Judge Calvin Williams & School Board Member Briers) and Concerned citizens in collaboration with Connecting Life Center’s Bishop Roosevelt Crawford and Jimmy McFarland partner to give some of the local youth new bicycles.

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