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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The eighth annual Otey’s Fest will take place on Saturday, July 28, at Otey’s Tavern in Crestline Village. more

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Staffing the Bama tent

Photo by Jesse Chambers

Boiling N' Bragging -- an annual benefit for Children’s of Alabama Critical Care Transport -- attracted lots of fans to the Otey's Tavern parking lot to eat good food and talk college football. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon

This year's festival benefitted Better Basics and the Phoenix Club of Birmingham. more

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Photo courtesy of Shay Allen.

Boiling N’ Bragging is returning to Crestline for its ninth year from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 19 at Otey’s Tavern. more

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Photos courtesy of Harry Long, 81 Shop LLC.

Tickets go on sale July 1 and are available at oteysfest.com. more

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At least 300 attendees showed up at the shopping center to support a good cause, hear live music, talk college football with fans of their schools and others, and eat great food. more

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Photo courtesy of Children’s of Alabama.

The official kickoff of the college football season may be Aug. 27, but for football fans who can’t wait to start bragging about their teams, the fun can start a week earlier. more

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Photo courtesy of Will Haver.

Friends being there for friends — that’s what it’s always been about. At least that’s what Will Haver, owner of Otey’s Tavern in Crestline Village, says. more

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Courtesy Shane McMinn

Three student rock bands are hosting a Schools Out Jam concert on Friday, Dec. 18. more

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Otey's Tavern received the Silver Award in the $1-5 million revenue category. Haver said it was "a team award" based on the great work of all Otey's employees. more

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Will Haver Otey's Retailer of the Year

Photo courtesy of Hal Yeager Photography.

A panel of judges with representatives from the media, chambers of commerce, retail developers, former Retailers of the Year and the academic community chose 13 Retailers of the Year. more

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Football fans can kick off tailgate season early at Otey’s Tavern on Saturday, Aug. 15. more

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Photos by Jordan Hays

The festival featured performances from Hugh Rowe Thomas, The Hurlers, The Negotiators, Super T. Revue and Blues Old Stand headlining the event. See photos from the event. more

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Will Haver and Fred Smith are both raising money for the leukemia and lymphoma treatment, therapies and research as a part of the Man of the Year campaign. The campaign ends June 25 at 6:30 p.m. more

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Otey’s

Photo by Keith McCoy.

Otey’s Fest started as a way to celebrate its 20th anniversary five years ago, and it’s been going strong ever since. The date is set for Saturday, July 25, this year, with gates open at 5 p.m. more

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Photo by Keith McCoy.

Will Haver and his team are organizing a benefit concert for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at Otey's Tavern on Friday, May 29. John & Jacob out of Nashville will headline the event, and Forlorn Strangers and The Negotiators will also be on stage. more

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Photo by Madoline Markham

Preschool Partners is bringing back its local music festival, Crestline Rocks on Saturday, Sept. 27. more

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The sixth annual football season kickoff party will take place at Otey’s Tavern in Crestline Village on Saturday, Aug. 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. Event organizers expect the event to continue to grow. more

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Crestline Rocks

Photo courtesy of Crestline Rocks.

Crestline Rocks organizers are now inviting local music talent to apply to participate in a vote by donation fundraising competition leading up to the event on Sept. 27. more

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Otey’s Tavern’s annual Otey’s Fest will return to Crestline Village on Aug. 2. more

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Issu: Village Living September 2018