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Goings-On

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G&G Party Pics

Cotton & Smoke

An epic Louisiana throw down of Texas proportions

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4th Annual Keeneland Cocktail Brunch

Celebrating opening weekend at Keeneland’s Fall Meet

27 Slideshow

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2nd Annual G&G Shoot

G&G readers celebrate the sporting life in Newnan, Georgia

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: October/November 2014

Goings-on in the South and beyond

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: August/September 2014

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Music

Talking Food with the Kings of Leon

The Nashville band put their own stamp on the city’s food scene

100 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Advice from Southern Fathers

It’s true what they say: Father really does know best

Arts & Culture

The Lunch Counter

Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, a look at the past and promise of the most democratic restaurant space of all

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Women in the Field: Ladies Shoot

A day of sporting clays at Brays Island Plantation

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: April/May 2014

Goings-on in the South and beyond

98 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Great Southern Romances

G&G readers share photos of their families’ love stories

30 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

In The Field With Land Rover: Pippin Hill

An exquisite afternoon in the Blue Ridge Mountains

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: February/March 2014

Goings-on in the South and beyond

30 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

A Designer Dinner with Ralph Lauren Paint

An evening of style and design with and Ralph Lauren Paint

The Southern Agenda

The Southern Agenda: April/ May 2013

Goings-on in the South Beyond

Arts & Culture

Mardi Gras in Lake Arthur

Birmingham, Alabama photographer Wes Frazer on the trip that turned into a five-year documentary project

The High & the Low

A Delta Original

How the humble tamale came to represent a region and its people

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Arts & Culture

First Look: The Biltmore’s Latest Fashion Exhibit

Designed for Drama, a new exhibition at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, opens February 10 and pays tribute to George Vanderbilt’s love of literature by presenting a selection of his favorite tomes alongside more than forty costumes from their screen adaptions