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Bill Heavey

Food & Drink

Black Walnut Fever

Armed with moxie and Nut Wizards, a dedicated throng of pickers hits suburbs, yards, and golf courses each fall during one of the South’s most unusual harvests

Sporting

Inside the Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo

Come summer, the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo brings thousands of entrants, decades of tradition, and varying degrees of piscatory prowess to Dauphin Island. Amid the million-dollar yachts and ten-dollar lawn chairs at the world’s largest fishing tournament, a writer and amateur angler wades into the frenzy of a Southern institution

Food & Drink

Welcome to BBQ University

Armed with a notebook, a hairnet, an appetite, and plenty of Dr Pepper, a novice backyard warrior enters the hallowed halls of meat science for an intensive lesson in fire, wood, smoke, and plain old great Texas ’cue

S is for Southern

Turkey Hunting: A (Humorous) Primer

The joys and pains of trying to bag a gobbler

Sporting

Filled to the Bream

When two broods gather for an old-fashioned panfish rodeo, the only thing better than the fillets is the fellowship

Arts & Culture

Indelible Talent

Four illustrators and one writer pay tribute to the late Jack Unruh, an artist for the ages

Our Kind of Place

River Remedy: Harpers Ferry

Chasing smallmouth and solace where the Shenandoah and Potomac meet in Harpers Ferry

Food & Drink

Family Style

Each year, for four decades running, one extended Texas clan comes together on the land they love, in the name of food, fellowship, and teaching the youngsters a thing or two about what really matters

Sporting

The South’s Top Gun

If you want to learn the art of British driven shooting––and shotgun shooting in general––there’s no one better to see in the States than Chris Batha. Just don’t let him catch you aiming

Sporting

Grabbing Dinner

A late-night adventure in Louisiana gives the phrase a whole new meaning