G&G Party Pics

S is for Southern Book Events

This October, in celebration of its latest book release, S Is for Southern, G&G hosted signings and discussions with the editors across the South. On October 19, Dallas-area readers gathered at the beautiful Kohler Signature Store by Facets of Dallas for an evening of cocktails and a book signing with G&G executive managing editor Phillip Rhodes. At the next stop on the multicity tour, Whole Hog podcast host John Huey moderated a lively discussion with G&G editors David DiBenedetto and Haskell Harris, and renowned cookbook author Jessica B. Harris at the Atlanta History Center on October 23.

 

Special Thanks to:

Kohler

Highland Park Village

Atlanta History Center

Blade and Bow

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The Kohler Signature Store by Facets of Dallas: the debut party for S Is for Southern on October 19.

photo: Simon Laura

Dallas readers are excited to get the first copies of S Is for Southern before its official release on October 24.

photo: Simon Laura

Showing off modern design and innovative style, the Kohler Signature Store serves as a vibrant venue for the book party.

photo: Simon Laura

G&G executive managing editor Phillip Rhodes personalizes books for delighted readers.

photo: Simon Laura

Guests celebrate the book’s release amid Kohler’s renowned and stylish showroom in Dallas.

photo: Simon Laura

The G&G setup for LOCAL at Highland Park Village, featuring all G&G books, including the newest, S Is for Southern.

Phillip Rhodes represents G&G at LOCAL while signing books and meeting Dallas-area readers.

photo: Larry Oliver

A panel of G&G editors and contributors host a lively discussion about Southern culture at the Atlanta History Center on October 23.

photo: Ben Rose

Host of the magazine’s Whole Hog podcast and Atlanta native John Huey moderates the conversation between the panelists.

photo: Ben Rose

Featured bourbon of the night: Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

photo: Ben Rose

G&G senior vice president Jessica Derrick with the magazine’s friends and partners at the Battery Atlanta; from left: Adam Zimmerman, Jessica Derrick, Jeremy Stife, Steef Schelke, and Elizabeth Pitcher.

photo: Ben Rose

Mary and Mark Sage sip on Blade and Bow New Fashioned cocktails while enjoying the Atlanta History Center.

photo: Ben Rose

From left: Erin Hebb, Steef and Muriel Schelke, and Nancy Ferrara.

photo: Ben Rose

From left: Panel host John Huey, G&G style director Haskell Harris, S Is for Southern contributor Jessica B. Harris, and G&G editor in chief David DiBenedetto sign copies of the new book.

photo: Ben Rose