April/May 2014: The Hollywood Issue

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Food
John T. Edge

Edward Lee lets loose and the flavors stand tall at Louisville's MilkWood

Food

Revisit the original recipe for this Southern favorite

Food
Jack Hitt

Once a Southern staple, cane syrup has mostly fallen by the wayside. But for this diehard bunch in South Carolina, making it is just as much fun as tasting it

Food
Jonathan Miles

Toast the South's liqueur legacy with a homemade version of Southern Comfort

Food
Jenny Everett

Morels add truffle-like richness to everything from grits to veggies

Music
Matt Hendrickson

The singer may be "metamodern," but his music conjures old-school country through and through

Home & Garden
Logan Ward

The old and the new converge on a countryside family estate 

Home & Garden
John Kessler

An Atlanta designer embraces the uncommon allure of the South's river jewels

Home & Garden

Whether you're bound for the Derby, the steeplechase, or entertaining at home, we've gathered the necessities for celebrating horse season in style

Home & Garden
Kim Severson

After serving multiple jail sentences, the country's most notorious cat burglar headed south, where police suspect he started making up for lost time

Sporting Life
Daniel Wallace

Deep in the Alabama woods at the base of the Cumberland Mountains lies a cemetery like no other

Sporting Life
Jed Portman

A photographer's anthology of a life aquatic

Sporting Life
Jon Meacham

A springer and a family find a home in Tennessee

Sporting Life
T. Edward Nickens

In the South Carolina Lowcountry, a devoted duck hunter carves hollow-bodied decoys loaded with history

Sporting Life
Warren St. John

A free-spirited version of baseball is coming to a sandlot near you

Sporting Life
Jamie Gnazzo

Five of the country's most prominent races take place right here in the South (the tailgating isn't bad either)

Arts & Culture
Guy Martin

A Southern take on the answers to some of life's thornier questions

Arts & Culture
Roy Blount Jr.

Pull over and grab a bag. They're good for you

Arts & Culture
Jay Jennings

Preserving a centuries-old tradition one spring and pin at a time

Arts & Culture
Julia Reed

A true tale of a racy movie, a small Mississippi town, and a big house

Arts & Culture
Monte Burke

A lemonade break with Hollywood's busiest supporting actress

Arts & Culture
Monte Burke

The Louisiana native on the ideal barroom clientele and learning the ropes from Morgan Freeman

Arts & Culture
Monte Burke

From Jackie Robinson to James Brown, an actor who's getting used to walking in the footsteps of giants

Arts & Culture
Allison Glock

Talking shop with Hollywood's reigning queen of Southern gothic

Arts & Culture
Julia Reed

The veteran actor on fame, dogs, and the enduring mystique of New Orleans

Arts & Culture
Allison Glock

A modern leading lady with old-school Southern values

Arts & Culture
Steve Russell

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Arts & Culture
John Meroney

As a screenwriter in Hollywood, the bard of Oxford wrote lines for Gary Cooper and Humphrey Bogart

Arts & Culture
John Meroney

The biggest name in Southern lit didn’t spend his whole life in Mississippi

Travel
Chris Dixon

A paddling trip through the primeval landscape of South Carolina's Congaree River reveals some of the region's most magnificent trees