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Openings

North Carolina native Davis Love III crafts a wild seaside masterpiece in Mexico

Conservation

How Jimmy Buffett is helping shrimpers with a slick idea

Arts & Culture

The strange story of how William Toye might have forged hundreds of paintings, deceived prominent art collectors, and created a scandal around one of Louisiana’s greatest folk artists

Southern Masters

William Dunlap is bold, outspoken, and not afraid to have a good time

End of the Line

Dreaming of a visit from a four-legged friend

Made in the South

Deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Leonard Bludworth churns out the world’s most beautiful pool cues

Books

Jill McCorkle has cemented her place among today’s preeminent Southern writers

Arts & Culture

A literary tour of the South’s top independent bookshops

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Arts & Culture

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

Arts

The aerial perspective of photographer Cameron Davidson

Arts & Culture

In an age of violence and turmoil, North Carolina native John Beerman devotes his art to the calming power of water

End of the Line

What one can learn from the first gardeners

Arts & Culture

Feather by feather, sculptor Grainger McKoy captures the beauty of birds as few artists ever have

Arts & Culture

Renowned Southern man of letters Pat Conroy reflects on his personal journals

Southern Masters

When he is not painting in Italy, the preeminent fresco maestro makes his home in Asheville

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Southern Masters

An extremely brief retrospective, with comments from the artist

Arts & Culture

Four decades of letters, visits, and memorable cocktails with a dear friend

Southern Masters

How a swamp rat from Beaumont, Texas, clawed his way to the top of the art world

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Southern Style

There’s no better way to celebrate fall than with a load of oysters and a bunch of friends. And nobody does it in better style than jewelry designer Jane Pope and her fiancé, Tyler Cooper

Arts & Culture

How a South Alabama farm girl lived to be 104