Mike Grudowski

in the garden

A North Carolina Waterfall Haven

In a placid patch of Cashiers mountainscape, design and nature happily commingle

Home & Garden

Joseph Hillenmeyer’s Green Kentucky Home

How the boundary-pushing garden designer, born into a generations-long legacy of accomplished plantsmen, discovered his own remarkable path


A New Chapter for Chattanooga

For the adventurous and the just plain hungry, the Scenic City’s revival continues to pay off

Our Kind of Place

Folly Beach’s Doggone Good Breakfast Spot

A love letter to the quintessential
beach-town hangout

Home & Garden

Step Inside a Mountain Hideaway

A Western North Carolina home works as one with its sylvan setting

Arts & Culture

A Renowned Sporting Artist’s Bluegrass Muse

The Polish-born painter Andre Pater found his calling amid the rolling hills and stone fences of Kentucky horse country, where his gift for capturing the soul of his subjects has taken him to the pinnacle of the sporting art world

Southern Heroes

Ronald Kendall: The Quail Doctor

The Texan is helping bring back the bobwhite, icon of Southern game birds

Southern Heroes

Walt Wolfram: The Accent Advocate

The professor of sociolinguistics tracks the distinctive speech of the South

Food & Drink

A Roaming Food Cart Paradise to Open in D.C.

Chef Kevin Tien opens his new, long-anticipated small-plate spot, Emilie’s, on Thursday


The Southern Agenda: October/November 2019

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Arts & Culture

Through an Alabama Lens

A new exhibition celebrates the way artist William Christenberry saw the South


An English Estate with a Carolina Connection

An accidental earl with a Southern legacy welcomes history-loving travelers to the English country manor he saved


Nevis: A Hidden Caribbean Paradise

This West Indies gem offers beauty to spare and a tranquil escape from the crowds


The Museum Next Door

A Savannah town house tells its story through Lowcountry treasures


Holy City Revamp

Saved from demolition, a blighted government office becomes Charleston’s most talked-about new hotel

Food & Drink

Gulf Coast Road Trip: Tallahassee to Mobile

A back-roads ramble in search of soul and seafood on the Gulf


Riding High: Five Equestrian Resorts

Beyond luxury accommodations, great food, and first-rate service, these resorts are a Southern equestrian’s dream


Rhum with a View

Amid the lush green mountains, clear blue waters, and pastel-colored colonial architecture, there’s another reason to visit the French West Indian island of Martinique: rhum agricole, the funkier, earthier sibling of ordinary rum


The South’s Most Stylish New Hotels

Book a stay at one of these seven Southern escapes

The G&G Interview

Meet the Winningest Football Coach

Retired South Carolina high school legend John McKissick looks back at his storied career