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Gabriela Gomez-Misserian

Recipe

Pink Lemonade Tart for Two

A vibrant twist on a tangy classic from Savannah chef Annie Coleman

Recipe

A Notebook-Inspired Cocktail: Between the Streets

Spread the love with this bright and balanced sipper and its sweet garnish

Arts & Culture

Kirk Henriques Scratches Beneath the Surface

Through paint, power tools, and even a mop, the multidisciplinary Georgia artist carves his own identity

Arts & Culture

Celebrating An Eccentric Artist and His Bourbon-Loving Goat

See recent auction-winning Henry Faulkner paintings, including a portrait of his beloved goat companion, Alice

Arts & Culture

Bringing Home Thornton Dial

I, Too, Am Alabama, the first-ever retrospective of Dial’s work in the state, honors the artist’s homeplace, creativity, and community

Recipe

A Witchy Batch Cocktail for Halloween

Brew this spicy, apple-infused potion (cauldron optional) for your next fall gathering

Arts & Culture

Celebrating Thirty Years of the Texas Clay Festival

An exclusive preview of the one-of-a-kind pottery coming to New Braunfels this weekend

Food & Drink

Dolly’s Lemonade Stand

East Nashville’s oldest dive bar celebrates the country icon with a sweet new spot…and, yes, it’s Dolly-approved

Arts & Culture

A Visual Diary of the American South

For the master watercolorist Wyatt Waters, a trip across the region was all about the journey, not the destination

Arts & Culture

Mississippi’s Modernist Painter Who Thought New York Had Nothing on Biloxi

The new show Kinship: Dusti Bongé and Betty Parsons celebrates an art friendship that extended across the country

Champions of Conservation

The Multimedia Maven

A greener future for Louisiana’s threatened landscapes emerges from artist Hannah Chalew’s paintings and sculptures

Food & Drink

First Look: Bar La Fête in Birmingham, Alabama

A cozy and colorful new Southern wine bar takes cues from Parisian design and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Sporting

The Secrets of the Savannah Bananas

Ever wonder how the most eccentric sports team in the South pitches on stilts, choreographs dances, and dreams up their next viral sketch? Owner Jesse Cole peels back the curtain

Conservation

The Fascinating Way Dolphins Dine in Charleston

The South Carolina Aquarium’s marine biologists are taking a closer look at the animals’ rare hunting techniques in urban estuaries

Arts & Culture

Painterly Inspiration for Where the Crawdads Sing

How the late Charleston artist Alice Ravenel Huger Smith’s works helped set the scene in the new film

Arts & Culture

Steve Keene’s Art for All

How one of most prolific American painters got his start in Charlottesville, Virginia

Recipes

Peach Fry Bread with Bourbon Bacon Jam, Ricotta, and Basil

North Carolina chef Ashleigh Fleming celebrates peach season with this sweet-and-savory brunch treat

Food & Drink

First Look: Sullivan’s Fish Camp

This spring, an old South Carolina beachside haunt finds new life

Music

Ten Songs from this Year’s High Water Festival Performers

As the Charleston music fest makes its return, jump in with this G&G playlist featuring My Morning Jacket, Amythyst Kiah, Old Crow Medicine Show, Black Pumas, and more

Arts & Culture

Painting in Praise of the Natural World

An interview with the New Orleans artist Ida Floreak, who finds creative inspiration on the ground beneath her feet