Entertainment

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Q&A with Hunter Brown, Art Director for Whiplash

This month, MADE Paper had the opportunity to speak with Hunter Brown, Art Director for this year’s little film that could, cat-and-mouse Jazz drum picture Whiplash. Whiplash began as a Sundance breakout, gained national support through word-of-mouth, and is now up for oodles of award nominations – with insiders predicting a Best Supporting Actor Oscar

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Q&A with Hunter Brown, Art Director for Whiplash

This month, MADE Paper had the opportunity to speak with Hunter Brown, Art Director for this year’s little film that could, cat-and-mouse Jazz drum picture Whiplash. Whiplash began as a Sundance breakout, gained national support through word-of-mouth, and is now up for oodles of award nominations – with insiders predicting a Best Supporting Actor Oscar

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Artist on Artist: Finding Your Voice

WORDS & PHOTOS Jonathon Kohn Artists talking to artists. Seemed like a winning idea. We’d find accomplished people who work in different media and see what they share, where they differ, who has influenced them and how they can learn from each other. We put together photographer Jonathan Kohn and Montgomery’s own Lottie Moore, a

Food

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Resolution: No Resolutions

WORDS Carolyn Brown Have you ever made a New Years resolution? (all hands raise) How about a resolution you’ve actually kept? Yeah, keeping resolutions, not so much. New Year, New You has such a nice ring to it, but New Year, Slightly Improved You works way better. Rather than revamping your entire life from top

Drink

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Wine Tasting Notes

WORDS Will Abner We have made it through the holidays, out-kicked our coverage as far as gift-giving goes and are left with rather bleak checking accounts. I love the joy of giving out gifts to my family and friends, but dang, it sure does make for a bleak January (or maybe it’s just me). Anyways,

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This Is My Favorite Time of Year for Beer*

WORDS  Sam Wootten Late Summer and early Fall bring about the release of more styles and unique once-a-year brews (Pumpkins, Harvests, “Autumn”, Oktoberfest, etc) that prepare your palate for the coming season, with a gentle reminder that Winter is coming. It says, “Go ahead. Enjoy the sweetness and warmth while it lasts. Frolic and let

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Wine Tasting Notes

WORDS Will Abner We have made it through the holidays, out-kicked our coverage as far as gift-giving goes and are left with rather bleak checking accounts. I love the joy of giving out gifts to my family and friends, but dang, it sure does make for a bleak January (or maybe it’s just me). Anyways,

Style

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New Year, New You

WORDS Chandler Sims Hines PHOTO by Grace Cinya Romel O’Connor for Welle Studio Montgomery It’s a new year and you’re a new person. Let me guess. You’re gonna start working out, eating healthy, do more charity work, quit binge drinking, etcetera etcetera. We all know that’ll last… for a week. Instead of setting your bigger waistline

Travel

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Music City: An Ode To Joy

PHOTOS Harvi Sahota Nashville is a town of Now. If you’re over a certain age, or haven’t visited the World Wide Web in a bit, you may not know. Otherwise, I’m telling you something that’s obvious. What may not be so obvious is exactly what makes Nashville Now. Our esteemed MADE Columnist tells you this

Sports

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The Bamaist December

“…And here we go…” – The Joker To no one’s surprise, Alabama rolled through Western Carolina, but no one expected Alabama to take the bumps and bruises it did along the way. Fortunately, none of the injuries appear to be serious and everyone should be back to full strength for the Iron Bowl. With a





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