G&G in the News
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G&G editor in chief, David DiBenedetto talks National Anthems with the crew at The Dinner Party, American Public Media, July 2014.
G&G President and CEO, Rebecca Darwin, featured in Forbes.com article on Business Women of the South, July 2014.
Garden & Gun's Made in the South Awards partners with the Savannah College of Art & Design, June 2014.
G&G senior editor, Jessica Mischner, talks about her dream job with Camille Styles, June 2014.
The Wall Street Journal comes to Charleston to cover the G&G office style, April 2014.
Rebecca Darwin talks to Publishing Executive about creating Garden & Gun, April 2014.
Dave DiBenedetto goes on MSNBC's Morning Joe with a batch of Bloody Mary's to talk about The Southerner's Handbook, October 2013.
The Financial Post (Canada) talks to G&G President and CEO, Rebecca Darwin about niche publishing, October 2013.
Monocle magazine’s podcast, The Stack, interviews G&G EIC Dave DiBenedetto, November 2013.
CNN talks to Dave DiBenedetto about The Southerner’s Handbook (G&G’s first book), November 2013.
Senior Editor, Jessica Mischner, shows off the 2013 Made in the South Award winners and runners-up on FOX.
StyleBluePrint names G&G President and CEO, Rebecca Darwin, The Face of the South, December 2013:
OZY Media calls G&G, The New Yorker of the South in this profile, September 2013.
Garden & Gun's October/November 2012 issue wins "Most Delicious" cover at the seventh annual ASME Best Cover Contest on May 1, 2013.
Garden & Gun regular contributor, Julia Reed, sits down with Lynne Rosetto Kasper of The Splendid Table (American Public Media) to talk about the Southern influence in Chicago, March 8, 2013
Garden & Gun Expands Sales Team to the West Coast. January 31, 2013 (Read Press Release)
G&G's Editor in Chief David DiBenedetto makes a return to the MSNBC Morning Joe set. This time he is talking Made in the South Award winners for 2012 while Mika wields and Ax and Joe eats cheese.
Garden & Gun was featured in an article the New York Times did on photo retouching in the print industry, July 20, 2012.
National Public Radio’s Debbie Elliott profiles Garden & Gun and attends a Club event, June, 2012
Garden & Gun announces the call to entries for the 3rd Annual Made in the South Awards
G&G Editor-in-Chief, David DiBenedetto returns to MSNBC’s Morning Joe to talk music, Southern heroes and more…
CBS This Morning, with Charlie Rose and Gayle King, profiles Garden & Gun magazine on its history, why so many folks are reading it these days, and what the magazine will not cover, ever.
Samir Husni, aka Mr. Magazine, speaks to G&G CEO/President, Rebecca Darwin, on the passionate reader base and the start of the magazine, Feb. 6, 2012: Read the interview.
Garden & Gun Editor-in-Chief, David DiBenedetto was on MSNBC’s Morning Joe (alongside Regis Philbin and Mike Barnicle) to talk about our feature on Moonshine
Charleston Regional Business Journal profiles G&G, December 2011
Garden & Gun Editor-in-Chief, David DiBenedetto talks about the magazine on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Oct 10, 2011
Garden & Gun is named #4 to Advertising Age’s Magazine A-List
The Philadelphia Inquirer featured the G&G Exclusives/Lowcountry Luxe Candle in their Holiday Gift Guide on Thanksgiving Day, 2011
The Editor at Large website featured the G&G Exclusives Collection, October, 2011
Garden & Gun Editor-in-Chief, David DiBenedetto was interviewed about Mail Order Food for the Holidays for nationally-syndicated radio show Real Estate Today
AdWeek’s look at magazine membership programs singles out Garden & Gun’s club as a successful model, Oct 5, 2011
Folio talks to Garden & Gun Publisher, Barbara Bing, about G&G’s Largest issue ever
Folio speaks to Garden & Gun’s Associate Publisher, Creative Services, Jessica Hundhausen, about the Garden & Gun Club
Maggie Brett Kennedy, G&G’s Photography Director, is interviewed by the British Journal of Photography on the magazine’s commitment to photography and how she likes to shake things up a bit when assigning photographers to stories: Click to read the interview