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Monte Burke

Southern Style

From a new Nashville fly-fishing outfitter to a suit atelier in Arkansas to a wine emporium in New Orleans that (of course) delivers, there’s never been a better time to sample the South

Interview

With a bluegrass album under his belt and his roots music festival, the Georgia native proves that comedy isn’t his only strong suit

Sporting

Even at ninety years old he can still outcast you—and then charm you with his trademark smile

The G&G Interview

With three high-profile roles this year and more on the way, the actress is poised to shine

Arts & Culture

From Jackie Robinson to James Brown, an actor who’s getting used to walking in the footsteps of giants

Arts & Culture

A lemonade break with Hollywood’s busiest supporting actress

Arts & Culture

The Louisiana native on the ideal barroom clientele and learning the ropes from Morgan Freeman

Sporting Scene

A growing group of golf classicists are swapping steel for hickory

Sporting

Whether you’re after fin or feather, these destinations deliver

Openings

A couple of old salts create the Bahamas’ best new flats-fishing destination

Arts

Becca Barnet’s creations start with taxidermy and take off from there

Land & Conservation

Carl Hiaasen has spent a lifetime railing against corrupt politicians and the wanton destruction of Florida’s natural riches. Along the way he’s become one of the country’s most successful novelists, not to mention one hell of a fly fisherman

The G&G Interview

Georgia native Benjamin Walker may be conquering the Big Apple, but the actor hasnt left the South behind

Home & Garden

A Raleigh wine collector puts her impressive 
cellars to work for a good cause

Sporting

Steve Huff has spent a lifetime putting clients on the fish of their dreams. And he’s not stopping anytime soon

The G&G Interview

Catching up with a giant of horse racing, all five foot five of him

Land & Conservation

When oil started flowing into the Gulf of Mexico, a handful of volunteers sprang into action in an attempt to save the Kemp’s ridley, the most imperiled sea turtle in the world. This is their story.

Sporting

More than sixty years ago, the South’s most famous shotgun went missing. Here’s the story of how it was found

Made in the South

Why one citified Alabama girl came home to make cheese

Made in the South

Jerry Fisk can turn just about any hunk of metal into a very sharp work of art