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CJ Lotz

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Arts & Culture

A Photographer’s View of the South

In a new book, William Abranowicz shares powerful images of Southern places

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Sporting

A Stellar Southern Decoy Collection Goes on Sale this Week

Copley’s Winter Sale of sporting art begins February 19

Arts & Culture

Meet the Mississippi Novelist Taking On F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Mississippi author Michael Farris Smith shares an imaginative new take on The Great Gatsby, plus the books he’s been reading and the bourbon he’s been drinking

Food & Drink

Quick and Savory Southern Mussels

A French chef in Charleston simmers Lowcountry mussels and promises you’ll want to sop up every last bit of the broth with a baguette

Harvest

Grains of Gold

A new relative of Carolina Gold rice crops up

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Arts & Culture

New Reads for Right Now

The best of January and February’s book releases for Southern readers—powerful memoirs, novels that turn myths inside out, a beautiful collection of photos, and an ode to good old dogs

Gardens

Seed Picks for Your Southern Garden

Editors, gardeners, and readers share the tiny kernels of history they’re planning to plant

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Arts & Culture

The Top-of-2021 Reading List for Southerners

G&G contributors, editors, and Southern book lovers share new releases and old favorites to read right away this year—and a couple forthcoming releases already on preorder

Food & Drink

What Nathalie Dupree Taught Me about Mixing Bowls and Moving On

In Charleston, the food personality’s culinary treasures helped one writer make a new home. Then she shared the whole trove

The Southern Agenda

How Southern Are You?

Test your knowledge of the South, and then stump a partner

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Arts & Culture

Our Favorite Books for Southerners in 2020

Dozens of memoirs, novels, and nonfiction books that got us through a year unlike any other

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Food & Drink

The Best Cookbooks for Southerners in 2020

Our favorite guides to food and drink this year

Home & Garden

The South’s Historic Love Affair with the Laid-Back Glamour of Rattan

How English craftsmanship, Palm Beach elegance, and one Virginia tastemaker sparked a decades-long porch party

Arts & Culture

The Very First Christmas at Biltmore

In 1895, a Vanderbilt bachelor threw a holiday party unlike anything North Carolina had ever seen—and started a Southern tradition

Arts & Culture

Our Q&A with Rick Bragg Went About as You’d Expect

Over a phone call from the road, the Southern author talks his new essay collection, books that inspire him, the unhealthiest scrambled eggs in history, and his spooky Halloween plans

Drinks

In Praise of Pickle Juice and Probing Questions

Julia Bainbridge, the author of a new drinks book, talks brine, Atlanta and Nashville spots, and why your bartender might know more than Instagram does

Drinks

An Elevated Oyster Shooter

Tip back a taste of Louisiana

Arts

A Powerful Lowcountry Original

Fletcher Williams III draws, paints, and sculpts art from the region’s abundance

Books

Samin Nosrat’s Soft Spot for Southern Food

The Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat star on her upcoming chat with Alabama legends, the wisdom of grandmothers, and why cornbread is so intimidating

Arts & Culture

Buy a Beloved Lowcountry Writer’s Desk, Books, and Pens

The auction of Dorothea Benton Frank’s collections of cookbooks, dishes, and jewelry will support a writing fund in Charleston