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Monte Burke

Arts & Culture

In Memoriam: Winston Groom

Remembering the author of Forrest Gump and many other books and longtime G&G contributor

G&G Interview

Ethan Hawke Takes on a Southern Firebrand

Catching up with the Texas native and four-time Oscar nominee, who portrays abolitionist John Brown in a new miniseries

Sporting

The New Top Dog at Orvis

Simon Perkins, now the third generation to head the family-run company, on his guiding background, expanding participation in the outdoors, and why he never misses a yearly fishing trip to Florida

SOUTHERN HEROES

The Cajun Navy: The Rescuers

Through hell and high water, the Louisiana groups form a river of relief

Land & Conservation

The Everglades’ Wild Hope

The fate of the South’s last frontier teeters on the brink—after decades of losing ground to environmental devastation, the endangered Florida habitat and its legions of supporters may finally be turning the tide

Arts & Culture

Twenty-Five Years of Forrest Gump

Author Winston Groom looks back at the Oscar-winning film adaptation’s debut—and the journey that led him there

Made in the South

How a Storied Family Business Lights Up New Orleans

Bevolo Gas and Electric Lights carries the look of the French Quarter around the world

HURRICANE MICHAEL

A Fishing Guide’s Report on Michael’s Devastation

Panhandle dispatch: A 70-mile run along the Florida coast

Arts & Culture

New Show Spotlights Food and Football in the South

John T. Edge and Wright Thompson explore the modern intersection of the sport and Southern cuisine

Homeplace

A Florida Home on the Bayou

In Santa Rosa Beach, this home blends indoor and outdoor living

Collections

The Ultimate Turkey Call Collection

For North Carolina sportsman Danny Ellis, seeking out rare calls is all about the thrill of the hunt

Arts & Culture

Why You Should Pull for Alabama

Dynasties don’t last forever, so let’s roll with the Tide while we can

Sporting

Nine Standout Lodges for the Southern Quail Hunter

From the pine forests of the Red Hills to the foothills of the Andes, plan your next hunt at these destination properties

Sporting

The Art of the Hunt

Southerners need not travel far to get up close with some of the world’s best sporting art

Sporting Scene

Curl Power: Poodles Return to the Field

A Georgia trainer revives the reputation of a historic gundog

Hurricane Harvey

The “Cajun Navy” Brings Its Fleet to Flooded Texas

Volunteers from Louisiana don’t wait to be called

Collections

A Taste for Books

Rick Ellis’s hundreds of cookbooks preserve the South’s history one recipe at a time

Sporting

The Heart of an Angler

Once the country’s most promising downhill skier, Andy Mill never brought home an Olympic medal. But he found a second chance at greatness on the water—and along the way found himself, too

Arts & Culture

Bob Rich, Jr. Q&A: From the Boardroom to Books to Broadway

The business mogul, broadway producer, and philanthropist on his latest adventures

Sporting Scene

Polo’s Game Changer

A South Carolina phenom is helping break down the sport’s gender boundaries