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Made in the South

A Case for Butterflies

The ephemeral becomes eternal in the hands of designer Dawn Nakamura

Arts & Culture

The Joy and the Power of High on the Hog

Based on a book by the culinary historian Jessica B. Harris, the new Netflix series celebrates the influence of African American culture and ingenuity on the country’s cuisine

The G&G Interview

The Singular Voice of Will Patton

The Hollywood fixture rules the audiobook world, too

Arts & Culture

Inside Erin and Ben Napier’s New Series, Home Town Takeover

The HGTV stars turn their talents to revamping an Alabama town

Arts & Culture

Brooke Baldwin’s Big Leap

The longtime CNN news anchor and Atlanta native bids goodbye to her news job and hello to her new book, Huddle

Arts & Culture

Brooke Baldwin on Growing Up Southern

In an essay for Garden & Gun’s Southern Women book, the longtime CNN anchor and author shares her memories

Arts & Culture

Charleston’s Leading Lady of Art

This spring in the Lowcountry, it’s all about Alice

Arts & Culture

Why Is Savannah the St. Patrick’s Day Capital of the South?

A no-blarney look at the history behind the region’s most Irish city

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Arts & Culture

A Photographer’s View of the South

In a new book, William Abranowicz shares powerful images of Southern places

Arts & Culture

Let Your Walls Bloom with Southern Botanical Art

Turn over a new leaf with these three sources for beautiful paintings and pressings

Ask G&G

Eau de Chapeau

Cap care, wasp upsides, and Mardi Gras at home

The G&G Interview

Jared Padalecki Reinvents a Lone Star State Icon

The San Antonio native on kindness, “Texas values,” and what it means to play the titular role in a new Walker, Texas Ranger reboot

Shopping

The Ultimate Gift Guide for Kids

Fun presents for the littlest Southerners

Arts & Culture

A Truer South on the Small Screen

Now entering its third season, TrueSouth brings a nuanced taste of the region to TV

Southern Focus

The Beauty of a Duck Blind

Nell Campbell offers a glimpse of “quintessential Louisiana.”

Arts

A Powerful Lowcountry Original

Fletcher Williams III draws, paints, and sculpts art from the region’s abundance

Southern Masters

Meet Ron Rash, the Blue-Collar Bard

The poet, short story writer, and novelist reflects his workaday Appalachian roots in his writing, including a new novella that returns to the antihero of his best-selling Serena

Arts & Culture

For the Love of Old Stamps

A North Carolina stamp collector makes snail mail beautiful again—and shares why “this is no place for licking”

The G&G Interview

Catching Up with Walton Goggins

The Georgia-raised actor on good cocktails, The Andy Griffith Show, and playing Southern right

Arts & Culture

Long Live the Drive-In

Novelist and film buff Ace Atkins on why a bit of classic movie-theater magic is just the thing we need this summer