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In Celebration of the Front Porch

An annual gathering highlights the South’s storied spot for conversation

THE WHOLE HOG PODCAST IS BACK!

The Little Radio Station That Could

Season 2, Episode 1: The Whole Hog returns with a dispatch from WNCW in Spindale, North Carolina

Arts & Culture

The Whole Hog Podcast

Arts & Culture

Ernest and Me

As a student, author Wiley Cash discovered the work of the incomparable Louisiana writer Ernest J. Gaines. It was the start of a literary bond that has lasted two decades—and an education in the power of the place you call home

End of the Line

Fightin’ Words

Making a fuss about Faulkner and college football

Ask G&G

The Ultimate Grits Recipe?

Thoughts on ingredient battles, Southern credentials, and dressing for a blessing

8 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Get a Rare Glimpse of Walker Evans’ Work

Make plans now to see one of the biggest exhibits ever mounted of the storied lensman’s photographs

The G&G Interview

Chadwick Boseman: Man of the Hour

The South Carolina native portrays yet another groundbreaking figure in Marshall—the latest triumph in a career set to sky-high

Arts & Culture

Remembering The Waltons

The Southern roots of the beloved 1970s television show

17 Slideshow

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The Most Memorable Minor Leaguers

Baseball mascots are delightfully colorful tributes to their Southern hometowns

Arts & Culture

A Star is Born: The Raccoon Who Thinks She’s A Dog

How a lovable raccoon stole the hearts of a million followers on Instagram

19 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

The Adventures of Pumpkin the Raccoon

A closer look at the raccoon who thinks she’s a dog

Artists

The Avett Brothers Open Up in an Intimate New Documentary

Catching up with Seth Avett about the new film May It Last

Arts & Culture

See the South through Eudora Welty’s Eyes

Your last chance to discover a lesser-known side of the famous author at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh

Arts & Culture

Dirty Dancing: Celebrating Thirty Years

Plus three Southern spots where you can make like Baby and Johnny and have the time of your life

7 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Works by William Dunlap

An extremely brief retrospective, with comments by the artist

End of the Line

Garden Wars

Roy Blount, Jr. on tussling with a nasty vine… and losing

Arts

Flying Colors

A Virginia painter elevates the profile of the lowly moth

Arts & Culture

Remembering Elvis—In Style

At Memphis’ Lansky Brothers, the clothes are truly fit for The King

Arts & Culture

Once-in-a-Lifetime Decoys

More than 150 pieces from the collection of Donal C. O’Brien, Jr., cross the auction block for the first time