Jennifer Stewart Kornegay

Food & Drink

A Memphis Restaurant Builds Bridges Between Cultures

At Global Café, immigrant and refugee chefs share the dishes of their home countries


Walk the Line: Mason-Dixon Turns 250 Years Old

A celebration is planned for the famous border, which was plotted in the late 1700s by two British surveyors


Arts & Culture

The Southern Agenda: October/November 2017

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Our Kind of Place

A Mississippi General Store Endures

The Simmons-Wright Company stocks 133 years of tradition

Made in the South Awards

2016 Crafts Category

With his world-class instruments, luthier John Montgomery carries on a centuries-old practice


Architectural Antiques in Alabama

A family keeps history alive, one reclaimed mantel, antique light fixture, and salvaged door at a time