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How to Find the Perfect Boot

For two decades, these reliable boots have been favorites of gardeners, hunters, and other outdoor-loving Southerners


Shopping

Editor’s Picks: Stylish Finds of the Week

Every week, our style director picks her favorite items—for the home, the kitchen, and the chic Southerner

Arts & Culture

Through an Alabama Lens

A new exhibition celebrates the way artist William Christenberry saw the South

17 Slideshow

Southern History

Remembering Hurricane Hugo, Thirty Years Later

A look back at the wreckage left behind by the most destructive storm to hit Charleston in modern times

Arts & Culture

Remembering Two Icons of the Literary South

Dorothea Benton Frank and Anne Rivers Siddons told stirring stories of the South—and proclaimed the power of a triple name for the next generation of Southern women writers

G&G Interview

The Many Faces of Ray McKinnon

There may be no more versatile a Southern actor, writer, and director than this son of Georgia

G&G Books

Books from the Editors of Garden & Gun

Our collection includes Southern Women, S Is for Southern, The Southerner’s Cookbook, The Southerner’s Handbook, and Good Dog

Arts & Culture

Ken Burns on His Eight-Year Dive into Country Music

The groundbreaking documentary filmmaker’s new series, Country Music, which took almost a decade to make, covers the human stories wrapped up in the genre’s uniquely American history

Arts & Culture

Four Decades of Oxford’s Square Books

Mississippi writers celebrate one of the South’s most beloved bookstores, which opens a new rare book shop this weekend

Hurricane Relief

The Long Road to Recovery After Hurricane Dorian

An update on the devastation and how you can support relief efforts

Arts & Culture

How to Find the Perfect Boot

For two decades, these reliable boots have been favorites of gardeners, hunters, and other outdoor-loving Southerners

Arts & Culture

Bob Ross Gets the Recognition He Deserves

See your favorite happy little trees in person this fall at a new exhibition in Virginia that highlights the famous Southern (yes, really) artist

5 Slideshow

Books

New Reads for September 2019

Five can’t-miss books out this month—two powerful novels, rediscovered short stories, a football-fan delight, and scenes of bygone Charleston

Arts & Culture

The Artistic Life of Ben Folds

In his delightful new memoir, the piano player and singer-songwriter shares stories of growing up in North Carolina, plus advice on creativity

Hurricane Relief

How You Can Help the Bahamas in the Aftermath of Hurricane Dorian

Chef José Andrés has been there for days; other organizations are on the ground as well

Arts & Culture

In Praise of Designing Women

Just so you will know—and your children will someday know—you can stream all seven seasons on Hulu next week. Here, five super-fans share their favorite episodes—and explain why the iconic series still matters

Style

A Stylish British Invasion

An English designer looks to the Southwest Georgia quail set for her new apparel line

Arts & Culture

A Century of Leopold’s Ice Cream

Now here’s a real scoop: The Savannah, Georgia, staple is celebrating 100 years

Books

Five Surprising Ways the Mosquito Shaped the South

A new book traces the murderous past of one of our most hated pests

Ask G&G

Feigning a Faint

Fake maladies, cussin’ advice, and storm protocol

The High & the Low

Crazy for Catfish

A love letter to a bewhiskered Southern favorite

Arts & Culture

Delivering ‘Deliverance’

Forty-five years after the publication of James Dickey’s acclaimed novel, an oral history of one of the most unforgettable Southern movies of all time