Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

First Look: The International African American Museum

Get a sneak peek inside Charleston’s stunning new destination, set to open June 27 after years of planning

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What Cormac McCarthy Meant to Southern Writers

Odes to the late legendary author from James Lee Burke, S.A. Cosby, and more

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How a Texas Conductor Brings American Music to European Audiences 

“We’re not just a sweet little Mozart chamber orchestra”

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Fort Worth Aims to Be the Capital of Juneteenth

Though the country’s first Juneteenth Museum has yet to open, it’s already shaping a new hub of Black history

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The World’s Largest Gathering of Grady-White Boats Drops Anchor Against Cancer

When the Puerto Rico owners club gets together, it’s for a good time and a great cause


A Tribute to a Football-Loving Father

A new dad reflects on family, traditions, and the things we carry with us

Country Accent

Vivian Howard Navigates the New Rules of Dating

Where’s a romance coach when a Southern single needs one?


Seven Southern Drive-In Movie Theaters

Pull up at one of these classics or newcomers for a small-town Saturday night


James Lee Burke and S. A. Cosby’s New Summer Chillers

Spine-tingling page-turners from a longtimer and a rising writer


Anne Hull’s Ever-Changing Florida

The author’s vivid childhood makes for a captivating look back in her new book

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A Southern Dollhouse You Have to See to Believe

Alabama baker Tori Johnston gathered art, fabric, and wallpaper throughout Montgomery to fashion a tiny dreamhouse

Gift Guide

Great Gift Ideas for Every Kind of Southern Dad

G&G’s 2023 Father’s Day gift guide

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Oui Oui Y’all, These Charming French Friends Launched a Social Media Sensation from the South

Southerners and Parisians alike understand: “We’re not doing it on purpose, that’s just the way we talk”

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Southern Streaming: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Diggin’ on TLC, and Vroomin’ Vintage Cars

Standout series, movies, and podcasts to tune into in June

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Meet the Film Buff Keeping Atlanta’s Old Theaters Alive

Christopher Escobar, the new owner of the historic Tara Theatre, wants to bring back the glory days of moviegoing

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Meet the Muralist Covering the World’s Walls with Honeybees

Matt Willey set out to paint fifty thousand bees—starting in the South—and learned some lessons about the good of the hive


Victoria Benton Frank on Writing a “Beach Read” and Following in Her Mom’s Footsteps

“This is the same road as any serious writer with elbow patches and a whiskey addiction and a log cabin in the woods,” says the newly minted novelist and daughter of the late bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank

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Deborah Roberts Is Head of the Class

The ABC News powerhouse traces her success to her teachers in the heart of Georgia

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Shucked Offers a Cornfield of Laughs and Southern Stars

Why everyone’s raving about the Tony-nominated musical sensation

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A Can’t-Miss Show from Lonnie Holley, One of the South’s Most Powerful Artistic Voices

A North Miami museum presents If You Really Knew, the South’s first comprehensive exhibition of works by the Alabama visionary