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An Insider’s Guide to Panama City Beach

Where the fun never sets

Books

The Art of the Centerpiece

A closer look at contemporary floral design in a new book about farm-to-vase flowers

Drinks

A Lone Star Libation: Texas Ramos Gin Fizz

Punch up brunch with this Texas twist on a New Orleans cocktail classic

beer cheese

Food & Drink

Freight House Beer Cheese

Just two ingredients, plus a few flavorings, are all you need for classic Kentucky beer cheese dip

Gardens

Meet the Mints

Just in time for julep season, get to know the first family of herbs

G&G Exclusive

First Listen: Justin Townes Earle’s “There Go A Fool”

The singer-songwriter talks Nashville, marriage, and his forthcoming album, Kids in the Street

Drinks

Meet the Southside

A refreshing rum-and-mint sipper for the horse-country set

Food & Drink


Home & Garden


Entertaining

Vintage Deviled Egg Plates

An all-star in the Southern cupboard

Arts & Culture

Sharpen Your Southern Skills  

Palmetto Bluff’s Artist in Residence program offers unique learning opportunities, from foraging for edibles to dyeing textiles with indigo

In the Garden

The Long View

High in the mountains of Kentucky, a young garden designer adds his signature touch to a landscape decades in the making

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Gardens

Inside A Kentucky Mountainside Garden

A young garden designer adds his signature touch to a landscape decades in the making

Home & Garden

Before & After: A Ranch House Remade

A stylish retreat celebrates a Virginia family’s love of the outdoors

Travel

City Portrait

Savannah’s Moment

No living museum, Georgia’s colonial capital is charging into the twenty-first century and beyond


Arts & Culture

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: April/May 2017

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Arts & Culture

Thirty Years of Steel Magnolias

The untold story of what would 
become one of the most beloved 
touchstones of Southern culture

The G&G Interview

Charleston’s New International African American Museum

Meet Michael Boulware Moore, the man behind the new museum that will illuminate the South’s African American history

Arts & Culture

Ten Years of Southern Trailblazers

A tip of the hat to those who have shaped the last decade

Style

A Red Hot Southerner Returns Home

Tastemaker Taylor Tomasi Hill takes the style reins at a world-class Dallas boutique

Music


Sporting Life

Sporting

Make Mine A Double

A lifelong love affair with classic American side-by-sides, in four parts