So you’re thinking about becoming an entrepreneur. Congratulations! Did you know I too am an entrepreneur? Some people actually think I’m kind of good at it. So I’m going to offer a tiny bit of unsolicited advice and hope that you’ll avoid making the mistakes I did. Good luck! In the Beginning Growing up I […]
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If you joined us at Earlyworks on January 30 for the 2016 Learning Expo then you know we had TONS of fun sharing information about area educational options and resources. Our new location was such a great fit that we are already planning a return in early 2017. What you may not know is that […]
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The tiny homes movement is alive and well at the Huntsville Botanical Garden! The garden’s new exhibit Houses, Huts, and Habitats is all about the place we call home. Whether you’re a bird, a giant dog, a fairy, or a hobbit, you’ll find a place to rest your weary head here.
Although we are not available in any printed medium, because of our hyperlocal focus we often feel like a community paper of sorts and occasionally this shows in our article choices. This year for Thanksgiving we decided to follow in the grand tradition of small town newspapers everywhere and hit the streets to ask the […]
We challenge you to SHOP LOCAL this year as much as possible. Our Huntsville Gift Guide will help you find the perfect gift for your loved ones, all with a focus of supporting small businesses owned & operated by your neighbors.
It’s that time of year again! Santa has arrived full force and everyone and their mother is trying to get a pic with the big guy. If my kids pictures are any indication, the vast majority of these pictures are questionable representations of our children at best. The fact is, we’ve all got at least […]
Jennifer Breuer / Christmas, Family Activities / al, Alabama, bridge street tree lighting, christmas, christmas activities, holiday, holiday activities, huntsville, Madison County, parades, tree lightings / 1 Comment
Looking for sparkly lights and festive holiday parades? You’ve come to the right place! Some of these events are free and some require tickets, but they are all sure to put you in the Holiday mood.
Pet Cemetery, The Shining, Chucky. There’s a reason creepy kids are a hallmark in horror films. We asked local parents to share their creepiest stories and trust us, you want to read these.
My relationship with my breasts is complicated. At times in my life I have loved them (age 15-30), at times I’ve hated them (age 9-14), and at still other times I have loved and hated them at the same time (age 30-40). Recently my boobs have accomplished some pretty amazing things, for which my children are very […]
Feld Entertainment is once again bringing Disney on Ice to the Von Braun Center in Huntsville and while that’s pretty exciting all by itself we’ve got even bigger news! We’re giving away 10 family four packs and five (5) very lucky Rocket City Mom readers are going to win the chance to attend a Meet […]
If you’re staying in town for Fall Break and you’ve forgone the myriad camps, you *might* at some point during the week be looking for some fun outside of your homestead. Likewise, you’re probably wanting to find activities that won’t bust the bank. Just in case, we’ve put together several great options that are all $6 or […]