Arts & Entertainment

Good Dog

Corgi Chaos: A Race for Glory at the Steeplechase of Charleston

Who will be crowned the fastest corgi in the Lowcountry?


Arts & Culture

Yellowstone’s Josh Lucas Rules the Ranch

From the Carolina coast to Yellowstone’s Dutton ranch, the actor charms the camera

Good Dog

Corgi Chaos: A Race for Glory at the Steeplechase of Charleston

Who will be crowned the fastest corgi in the Lowcountry?

Editor's Letter

From the Editor: Good Reads

A few thoughts on great Southern reads—and announcing our upcoming book club

Books

A Bird-Watcher’s Epiphanies in the Blind

For a passionate birder, duck hunting triggers an unexpected lesson

Made in the South

Eight Southern Companies That Stand Out in Sustainability

From home goods to apparel to beauty products, these Southern brands are doing well while doing good

End of the Line

Roy Blount Jr. Mans His Compost

Behind every good gardener is a homemade dirt heap

Arts & Culture

Celebrating An Eccentric Artist and His Bourbon-Loving Goat in Lexington, Kentucky

See recent auction-winning Henry Faulkner paintings, including a portrait of his beloved goat companion, Alice

Arts & Culture

The Artist and the Child

The Paper Dolls of Zelda Fitzgerald is an extraordinary look into the art and vision of the famous Southern Belle

Ask G&G

Ask G&G: Why Pythons Aren’t Good Pets, Bamboo Is Never the Answer, and You Shouldn’t “Break” a Colt

Snake buds, bamboo barriers, and horse whispering

Arts & Culture

A Truly Southern Thanksgiving Centerpiece

To floral designer Shean Strong, mustard greens aren’t just for eating

Arts & Culture

Tennessee’s Chairmaster

Take a load off on a handmade Curtis Buchanan original

Arts & Culture

A Tip of the Cap to a Top Hatter

Nathaniel’s Custom Hats are made by hand—and made to last

Arts & Culture

A Groundbreaking Basketball Team Gets Its Due

A chat with Southern author and sports historian Andrew Maraniss about his latest book, Inaugural Ballers

Arts & Culture

Bringing Home Thornton Dial

I, Too, Am Alabama, the first-ever retrospective of Dial’s work in the state, honors the artist’s homeplace, creativity, and community

This Land

History on Horseback at the Black Cowboy Festival

Black cowboys—some of the original wranglers—get their due at a stereotype-busting South Carolina festival

Country Accent

Shopping for a Hobby

Vivian Howard is on the hunt for exciting, adventurous pastimes (Windex optional)

Style

Rare Pairs of Footwear from Miami

Miami’s Alepel collaborates with artists to create truly singular shoes

Arts & Culture

Meet the Virginia Jeweler Who Mines His Own Gemstones

Stuart Mercer isn’t just a rock star. He’s more like the whole rock band

Arts & Culture

A Birmingham Boutique for Southern Makers

Local and regional artisans shine at Still Johnson

Arts & Culture

Saving Cajun Music

The documentary Roots of Fire
follows a new generation of Louisiana musicians dedicated to preserving language and culture

Arts & Culture

Delivering ‘Deliverance’

An oral history of one of the most unforgettable Southern movies of all time