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Poet Maurice Manning: A Voice in the Wilderness

Part Appalachian storyteller. Part modern-day Thoreau, Manning has carved out his own spot in the pantheon of American Poets from a twenty-acre swath of Kentucky woods


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Now Enrolling: The Wendell Berry Farm School

A new Kentucky-based program puts the work of the renowned writer at the center of a college curriculum—and it’s tuition free

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Macon’s Blooms Are Back

After two years of lackluster blossoms, the Georgia city expects to once again be the pinkest place on the planet

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Flower Pots Inspired by Lowcountry Treasures

The renowned potter Guy Wolff has made an extra-special limited run of earthenware to raise funds for Historic Charleston Foundation

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Southern Hospitality on the World Stage: An Interview with Laura Bush

The former first lady shares what it means to be a Texan, plus details about the new exhibition showcasing presidential retreats at the Bush Center in Dallas

SOUTHERN STORMS

How You Can Help Victims of the Alabama Tornadoes

A list of on-the-ground relief efforts to assist those affected by the deadly storms

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March 2019 Reading List

Welcome spring with wanderlust-worthy travel books, a haul of great cookbooks, and powerful photography collections

FOOD & DRINK

A New Era at Crook’s Corner

Justin Burdett, the third chef in the lineage of the iconic Chapel Hill restaurant, discusses what’s changing, what’s not, and why simple can sometimes be better

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Sneak a Peek at Austin’s Newest Rooftop Bar

P6 at the Line hotel serves serious eats, cold tequila, and the best water (and bat) views in town

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New Music from Patty Griffin

Hear “Hourglass,” a song from the Americana trailblazer’s forthcoming album

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The Green Book–Era Legacy of Dooky Chase’s

A culinary historian recalls the influence of one of the few surviving Green Book restaurants

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Amy Sedaris on Humor, Hospitality, and Greased Watermelons

The North Carolina–raised comedian entertains us all on her TV series At Home with Amy Sedaris

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A Look at Silhouettes, Then and Now

The National Portrait Gallery’s silhouette exhibit shines a light on history

End of the Line

When the Precious Acorn Becomes a Projectile

Roy Blount, Jr. goes a little nuts

Books

Catch and Rerelease

A quintessential collection of fishing essays still hooks the heart

Arts

The Wild Instincts of Kate Griswold

A Lowcountry fine-art photographer captures the spirit of creatures great and small

The Goods

Gifts for Your Valentine

A dozen presents for everyone you love—including your pup

Southern Focus

A Dazzling Mardi Gras Spectacle

A New Orleans tradition—Mardi Gras Indians

Arts & Culture

The Southern Agenda: February/March 2019

Goings-on in the South and beyond

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Herd Mentality

Hip livestock, crape MURDER, and NOLA outlaws

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Move Over, Phil: Pisgah Pete Predicts Perfectly

A white squirrel in North Carolina has correctly predicted the Super Bowl winner for the last four years

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