Elizabeth Hutchison Hicklin

Made in the South Awards

2014 Home Category

Meg Callahan’s eye-catching quilts combine traditional techniques with modern designs

Made in the South Awards

2014 Drinks Category

Dixon Dedman is resurrecting his family’s distillery one easy-sipping bottle of bourbon at a time

Made in the South Awards

2014 Food Category

A longtime hunter takes inspiration from the duck blind to craft next-level caramels


Blue Ridge Fall Retreats

Recently renovated Blue Ridge retreats with views that will take your breath away


My Town: John Fleer’s Asheville, NC

We asked the chef to design his perfect Asheville day—from first light to lights out

City Portrait

Charleston’s New Hot Spots

The newest hangouts drawing locals north of Calhoun


Made in the South Awards: Meet Judge Brooks Reitz

Two cocktails for beach season

Food & Drink

An Easy Easter Almond Cake

This traditional almond cake is a showstopper of a dessert


Masters Week: 10 Things to Do in Augusta

In a town this size, you don’t need a perch at Amen Corner to see your favorite pro up close


Lordy, Lordy, the Opry’s 40!

As the Grand Ole Opry marks a big anniversary, musicians share their favorite memories

Made in the South Awards

2013 Food Category: Overall Winner

From heirloom-quality banjos to alligator-charred furniture to an ingenious twist on the old-fashioned, Southern artisans continue to raise the bar on craftsmanship


Charleston’s Chic New Retreat

Step inside Zero George, a historic, eighteen-room hotel set apart by its fresh contemporary design

Food & Drink

Lemon Icebox Pie

A Southern summer dessert

Home & Garden

Derby Tailgate Party

A few party essentials to get you started


DIY Party Space

A detached garage turned instant party pad

City Portrait

Group de ‘Ville

Five residents turning this former mill town into a hotbed of Southern culture

City Portrait

Greenville: What to Do

Indoors and out, by foot or by bike, Greenville is full of surprises

City Portrait

Greenville: Where to Eat & Drink

Indoors and out, by foot or by bike, Greenville is full of surprises


A Gull’s-Eye View of the Chesapeake

The aerial perspective of photographer Cameron Davidson