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Molly McWilliams Wilkins

Molly McWilliams Wilkins

Molly McWilliams Wilkins is a Southern culture commentator, web producer, and social media marketing maven. She is also a freelance writer who has worked with a variety of publications and online magazines including Bourbon & Boots, Paste Magazine, Macon Magazine, the 11th Hour, Macon Food & Culture Magazine, and as the Digital Content Editor for The Southern Weekend. Mommy first, fashionista, social media maven, writer, artist, dreamer and poet. Hangs on to her Oxford Commas by force. Addicted to shoes and purses- and lots of coffee. Coffee coffee coffee.

Macon-Based Brewery Receives Top Honors

  It’s time to celebrate at Piedmont Brewery & Kitchen in Macon, Georgia! They were just named Georgia’s  “Best New Brewer” for 2017 in RateBeer.com’s Annual RateBeer Best Awards.   From a release: “The RateBeer Best Awards reflect the results

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Girl Meets Festival: Hot Glass & Cold Beer

It was an early morning.   An early morning that started after a long night at the Historic Macon Design House Preview Party…. and would lead me to Americus, Georgia again. This small town that captured my heart not long

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To My Daughter: In Anticipation of 8 Becoming 18

Lily Kate, you turned 8 today, although plenty of times you speaks like you’re 18. Even older.     It both scares me and sends me in awe. It makes me frustrated and proud.     You will fight me

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Throw Everything In a Pot Days: Corn, Black Eyed Peas, and more

Food waste is something that drives me absolutely insane.   One of my resolutions for the year is to get better about not doing that. I’m horrible – HORRIBLE- about buying groceries for a recipe and then letting the rest

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7 Savannah Favorites on OpenTable

OpenTable is my absolute favorite app for booking restaurant reservations. They allow you to easily book through their app and collect points to be redeemed for gift certificates later on.     Aside from that, I love their very handy

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Other Peoples Hearts: Chapter 2- The Other Sister & Civil War Memories

Everyone loved the baby of the family, Katie, but perhaps no one more than oldest brother, Sid, and sister, Vallie.   Vallie wasn’t the closest in age to Katie, but when their parents died, Vallie was the one who looked

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Lost Southern History: The Pink Chapel of St. Simons Island

This structure is long shrouded in the mysterious lore of St. Simons Island.   Some natives say it was the source of devil worship, and that its pink color came from the blood of slaves whipped into submission.   The

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Girl Meets City: Forsyth, Georgia

I started this post over a year ago.   And then some mishaps happened. My videographer up and vanished (actually he switched jobs & moved & left no forwarding contact info AND defriended me on Facebook). My photographer, who I’ve

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A Raisin Bread Patty Melt Is Good (Yes, You Read That Right)

When the WaHo people tell you something is good… even if it sounds funky… you just need to trust them.   Case in point: a Patty Melt on Raisin Bread. I thought it sounded super strange. Until I tried it.

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Revolutionary Evangelist Comes to Macon, Georgia

As an Episcopalian, there’s much about evangelism that I don’t understand. To me, religion is somewhat easy.   God is love.   These days, I’m also realizing that I’ve done a poor job of keeping up with friends who feel

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