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Southern Focus

Birds of a Feather

Photographer Bob Bayne captures a crowded Arkansas sky


Arts & Culture

The Enduring Charm of Possum Living

In the 1970s, Dolly Freed quit the rat race, wrote a back-to-the-land classic, made moonshine, ate rabbits, and now shares an update from her true home in the South

Good Dog

Digging for Treasure

An untrainable swamp dingo pulls off an unforgettable trick

The High & the Low

A Delta Housewarming

Sometimes a rocking party is the only way to break in a new abode

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Arts & Culture

Sewing the Seeds of History

A quilt exhibit in Kentucky honors groundbreaking women

Made in the South

As the Wood Turns

Artisan Wyatt Speight Rhue returned home to North Carolina to find his niche

G&G Interview

The Uncommon Drive of Bubba Wallace

Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. starts his second NASCAR Cup series season in an influential spot

Arts & Culture

New Life for Old Walls

A University of Georgia art professor leads a team of students creating—and restoring—Southern murals

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Arts & Culture

January Book List

Start 2019 with notable debut novels, stories about tough women, meditations on nature, and a touching memoir about a Southern-fried life

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Arts & Culture

Garden & Gun’s Best Photos of 2018

A look back at fifty of our favorite photos from this past year

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Arts & Culture

Best Southern Books of 2018

What G&G editors and contributors loved reading this year

Arts & Culture

In Memoriam: Fifteen Southerners Who Shaped the World

These extraordinary people left us in 2018—but not before leaving indelible marks on music, culture, sports, and more

End of the Line

Merry Joyeux Noël

A Southerner’s guide to Christmas in France

Ask G&G

When Should My Neighbors Have to Remove their Christmas Decorations?

Holiday dawdlers, clabber meals, and moonshine runners

Books

Natasha Trethewey’s Living Testament

The lauded poet’s new collection entwines the South’s history with her own

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Arts & Culture

Equestrians Through the Ages

The Sidesaddle exhibit at Virginia’s National Sporting Library & Museum illustrates women’s profound influence on horseback riding

Shopping

Holiday Guide: 14 Luxurious Dream Gifts

From home saunas to fine jewelry, these gifts will have the ultimate wow effect

Arts & Culture

The Southern Agenda: December 2018/January 2019

Goings-on in the South and beyond

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Arts & Culture

See Bunny Mellon’s Jaw-Dropping Jewelry Collection

Nearly 150 of the storied Southern socialite’s diamond, platinum, ruby, and sapphire treasures go on display this month in St. Petersburg, Florida before returning home to Virginia

Southern Focus

Birds of a Feather

Photographer Bob Bayne captures a crowded Arkansas sky

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Arts & Culture

December Reading List

This winter, five visual books share lesser-known stories and rare images—a family art feud, more than one hundred locked lips, a feast of festive glassware, stunning early maps, and a truly remarkable Southern jewelry collection

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