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Amanda Heckert

Amanda Heckert is a deputy editor at Garden & Gun. A native of Inman, South Carolina, she previously served as the editor in chief of Indianapolis Monthly and as a senior editor at Atlanta magazine. She lives in Charleston with her husband, Justin, and their dog, Cooper.

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Sporting

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

Arts & Culture

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

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Arts & Culture

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

Arts & Culture

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

Arts & Culture

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

Arts & Culture

The Southern roots of the beloved 1970s television show

Arts & Culture

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

Music

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

Arts & Culture

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

Arts & Culture

Why you should be watching this Southern-shot TV drama about the Underground Railroad

Arts & Culture

A new television series captures the magic and drama of the iconic music studio

Arts & Culture

A young Southern forager prepares for a different kind of hunting season

Arts & Culture

Southern flapper and writer Zelda Fitzgerald feels the love from Hollywood

The G&G Interview

The Mercy Street actor is on cue for a breakout year

Traditions

Was it just our family? A South Carolina thing? A Southern thing?

Arts & Culture

One man and a crazy broadcasting experiment

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Arts & Culture

Ray McKinnon talks Southern storytelling as Rectify comes to an end

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Music

Celebrating Complete & Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul

Arts & Culture

Local photographer Leigh Webber set out on foot to document the semi-abandoned town, starting at shuttered King Street and making her way down to the swamped Battery.

Sporting

Marking the anniversary of Georgia Tech’s 222–0 win over Cumberland University