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Caroline Sanders

Arts & Entertainment

For the Love of the Dawgs

A lifelong Georgia football fan on heartbreak and hope

Food & Drink

The Return of a Moravian Cookie Family Dynasty

North Carolina’s Wilkerson bakery brings back beautiful and wisp-thin spiced treats

Food & Drink

Boiled Custard Memories

A beloved holiday drink sparks a trove of sweet recollections

Food & Drink

Say Goodbye to Sister Schubert’s Sausage Rolls

The beloved Southern baked goods franchise has discontinued two of its breakfast staples

My Town

My Town: Bubba Watson’s Pensacola, Florida

The two-time Masters champion on where to eat, drink, and hang out in his hometown

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All Aboard with Bobby Dynamite

The inside track on what it’s like to be the conductor of the train at the Houston Astros’ Minute Maid Park

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Braves’ Mascot is Full of Sass—and Some Sugar

Why Blooper leads the league at Twitter

Travel

Historic Getaways for Horse Lovers

Three historic Southern inns where equestrians feel right at home

Sporting

Too Many Dawgs on the Field

During the 1997 game between Georgia and Kentucky, a chocolate Lab named Tubby went down in football history

Arts & Culture

College Football Decoded: Hotty Toddy

Gosh almighty, where did the University of Mississippi’s cheer come from?

My Town

My Town: Avery Ruzicka’s Greensboro, North Carolina

A lauded baker shares the irresistible draws of her hometown

Arts & Culture

College Football Decoded: Wahoowa

Hoo originated the University of Virginia’s famous saying?

Gardens

Boxwood Blight Strikes Colonial Williamsburg

In Virginia, landscape teams work to combat the aggressive fungal disease—and educate the public in the process

Arts & Culture

The Raucous History of Watkinsville, Georgia’s Eagle Tavern

Once a major stagecoach stop on Georgia’s frontier, the little town outside of Athens boasted a bar that served travelers all kinds of drams—including a cure for baldness

Food & Drink

Feeding Louisiana in the Aftermath of Ida

Mercy Chefs has been preparing 20,000 meals a day in storm-ravaged communities

Arts & Culture

College Football Decoded: Roll Tide

Do you know the origin of Alabama’s greeting heard ’round the world?

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The Cajun Navy Responds to Hurricane Ida

How you can help the volunteer rescue organization, and other on-the-ground relief efforts in Louisiana

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Food & Drink

Worth the Wait: A Look at Lutie’s at the Commodore Perry Estate

Although reservations are booked through the fall, you can still get a sneak peek at Austin’s coolest new restaurant

Arts & Culture

Inside the Next Era of Spoleto Festival USA

A conversation with the Charleston arts extravaganza’s first new general director in thirty-five years

Food & Drink

Louisiana Watermelon and Tomato Salad

This sweet and spicy mix celebrates peak-of-summer produce