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Amanda Heckert

Food & Drink

The South’s Other Sno-Balls

Baltimore’s sweet summer tradition goes back more than a century

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Arts & Culture

Greetings from Yesteryear

The culinary historian Jessica B. Harris shares her stunning vintage postcard collection in a new book

Southern Focus

Close-Up of a Would-Be King

The art of being Elvis

Sporting

Tips for Betting the 145th Kentucky Derby

ESPN senior researcher Chris “The Bear” Fallica shares a few historical trends to keep in mind before this year’s Run for the Roses

How to Survive the Kentucky Derby

Everything you need to know to master the Run for the Roses

Food & Drink

What Locals Serve at Mardi Gras

New Orleans insiders reveal what’s really on their tables—and bars—during Carnival

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Arts & Culture

Miles and Miles of Texas

Austin, Texas, photographer and entrepreneur Jay B. Sauceda shares glimpses of his home state

Drinks

Bloody Good Holiday Punch

A Bloody Bull is an even richer spin on a Bloody Mary. Make it batch-style, like one G&G writer’s family, and prepare to bowl over your party guests

Arts & Culture

Vivian Howard Says Goodbye to A Chef’s Life

The chef, author, and television star reveals her favorite episodes—and previews her new show to come

Southern Women

Meet Artist Dorothy Shain

How the Greenville, South Carolina artist found her purpose in a paintbrush

Arts & Culture

Elvis Rides Again

Notables such as Emmylou Harris and Ethan Hawke hop in the back of Elvis Presley’s Rolls-Royce to muse on the rocker and America in a new documentary

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Sporting

The Next Generation of Derby Contenders

Adorable alert: These new Thoroughbred foals at a Lexington horse farm might be tomorrow’s Run for the Roses racers

Arts & Culture

The Tame Fox Folks Are Wild About

A fox with a memorable mug finds love in a Florida home

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Arts & Culture

Sally Mann’s Southern Vision

A new exhibit highlights the photographer’s relationship with the South

Arts & Culture

Holly Hunter’s Best Southern Roles

The Georgia native may not be up for an Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards, but few do the South better

Arts & Culture

Bob Ross’s Southern Story

Five things you might not know about the quick-fire painter and PBS star

Arts & Culture

Remembering The Waltons

The Southern roots of the beloved 1970s television show

Arts & Culture

The Supreme Court’s Groundbreaking Southerner

Fifty years ago, the Senate confirmed Baltimore native Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American justice, to the bench

Music

An Oral History of the Bluebird Cafe

The Nashville venue that launched songwriters such as Garth Brooks and Pam Tillis turns thirty-five

Arts & Culture

The Road to S-Town

Meet Brian Reed, the radio reporter behind the Alabama-set podcast everyone’s talking about