Southern Exposure Magazine releases its August/September issue today!
Don’t miss the cover feature, Tennessee Titans Coach Mike Munchak, and his interview with Joe Biddle as he explains his plans to right the Titans team. And while we’re talking Titans, Derby Jones (SEM owner and Publisher of the Williamson Herald) introduces you to the “Ultimate Tailgaters” who are ready for this year’s season to begin.
And have you ever wondered the back story of our “Local Folk” feature, Brother Henry? You might know him as a fixture at the Franklin Theatre or as one of downtown Franklin’s iconic characters – waving and speaking to any and everyone he comes in contact with. SEM’s Travel Editor, Vicki Stout, takes you to Belize, Boothe Blanton Farley takes us all “Back to School” and explains the things that makes football season bearable.
Harry Chapman talks gardening and Donna O’Neil sits down with our “Living Legacies” feature, Sheriff Fleming Williams and talks about his new book, A Tennessee Sheriff: Williamson County Cases 1970-1990, which is available this Friday, Aug. 16 at Handy Hardware in downtown Franklin.
Iconic music producer and Franklin resident, Brown Bannister, talks to Michael Nolan about his 36 years in the industry and the joy of being in the studio working with his oldest daughter Ellie Holcombe (a member of her husband’s band Drew Holcombe and the Neighbors) as they finish a second EP of acoustic worship songs.
And if you haven’t visited Wild Wing Café yet, this issue’s Restaurant Spotlight – join us on Monday, August 19 from 5-7 p.m. for our issue release party! Sample some of their signature items, meet people featured in the magazine, our advertisers and staff. You can also subscribe to SEM at this event and be entered to win one of our fabulous door prizes! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Make sure to get your hands on a copy of Williamson County’s longest-running, community focused magazine.
Copies are available for purchase (only $21.95 a year) by calling 615.790.6465. You can stop by the Herald offices at 1117 Columbia Avenue in Franklin. You may also subscribe to both our weekly newspaper and SEM for only $42 a year. If you aren’t already a subscriber, we encourage you to become one so you don’t miss out on the stories of your community.
Posted on: 8/15/2013