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Celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Moon Landing, Southern Style

The best ways to toast the giant leap for mankind, from Texas to D.C.


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Five Seriously Pretty Summer Dresses on Sale

Replenish your breezy wardrobe with these Nordstrom sale discoveries

Arts & Culture

Celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Moon Landing, Southern Style

The best ways to toast the giant leap for mankind, from Texas to D.C.

G&G Interview

Craig Melvin’s Carolina Roots

How the Today show news anchor wears his Southern pride on his sleeve

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A Big Party for Tiny Horses

BreyerFest at Lexington, Kentucky’s Horse Park celebrates the famous model horses—and the real ones that inspire them

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The Summer Dresses You Need Now

These breezy caftans have a special Southern story

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July 2019 Reading List

Summer must-reads include charming novels, zippy thrillers, and a fascinating collection of love letters between the Fitzgeralds

End of the Line

Roy Blount, Jr. is Feeling the Heat

…and getting sweaty about it

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The Leah Chase You Didn’t Know

The Queen of Creole Cuisine had another passion—collecting and heralding the work of African American artists

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The Twenty Best Books of the Year—So Far

Halfway through 2019, we’re looking back at the delightful novels, biographies, memoirs, story collections, and other works that have already made this a stellar year in Southern literature

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The Ultimate Southern Wedding Gift Guide

Ten ways to wish the newlyweds well

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Joe Namath’s Southern Education

The Hall of Fame quarterback shares stories about playing for Bear Bryant, discovering Florida flowers, and his first taste of sweet potato pie

Books

Halls of Horror: The Nickel Boys

A real-life atrocity inspires Colson Whitehead’s heartbreaking new novel

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How Emily Morgan Brown Puts the Past in Bloom

A Birmingham artist’s botanical tapestries update a centuries-old technique

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Where Mountain Wisdom Lives On

Celebrate one of the South’s most important cultural-preservation institutions at Foxfire Heritage Day

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Celebrate National Seersucker Day

This year, June 13 marks the official date when U.S. Senate leaders set aside political differences for a more perfect sartorial union

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Game-Changing Beach Gear

Master a day on the sand without breaking a sweat

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And Niriko Makes Four

Ahead of Father’s Day, the writer Lolis Eric Elie reflects on the other Lolises in his life—his late father, and his new son

The High & the Low

The Politics of a Summer Escape

Julia Reed on the joy of being set free in D.C.—and how her summer trips have evolved since

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Best New Books for June 2019

Great summer reads for Southerners—bold novels to take to the beach, a peachy keen cookbook, and one powerful ode to grace

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Two for the Road: A Son’s Eulogy for his Father

Sharing a love of motorcycles with his father brings author Taylor Brown a lifetime of lessons along the South’s back roads—including how to say goodbye

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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