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G&G Party Pics

Mint Julep Month Kickoff Party

Mint juleps, bluegrass, and Southern fare in New York City

Gardens

Must-See Spring Garden Tours

Swing open the gates to some of the South’s most stunning public and private floral sanctuaries during four upcoming tours

Arts & Culture

The Southern Agenda: April/May 2018

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Arts & Culture

April Reading List

April showers bring…time to kick back with a stack of new books

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Arts & Culture

A Beachcomber’s Guide to Southern Shores

From the Atlantic to the Gulf coasts, beaches offer treasures to those willing to get their feet sandy

Arts & Culture

This Year’s Top Derby Hats

G&G debuts a spring 2018 collaboration with milliner Louise Green

End of the Line

Food for Thought

Finding wisdom on the walls… and in the sides

Arts & Culture

An Appalachian Treasure

Four rare North Carolina star rubies are coming to auction

Arts & Culture

Keeping the Dream Alive

Museums in Atlanta, Memphis, and Washington D.C., honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s enduring legacy fifty years after his death

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G&G Party Pics

5 Nights with NOLA: Bons Temps at the Bluebird

A celebration of NOLA’s tricentennial in Nashville

Books

America the Bountiful

A historian scopes out the country’s bond with hunting

S is for Southern

Mosquitoes: The Scourge of the South

Coming to terms with a small but mighty enemy

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G&G Party Pics

Cocktails with the Author: Jonathan Miles

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Arts & Culture

A Look at Audubon’s Work Beyond the Birds

Though John James Audubon gained worldwide fame for his study of birds, he wasn’t only interested in creatures of the feathered variety

Southern Focus

Churchill Downs, Louisville

Photographer Greg Keysar captures a Kentucky moment

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Arts & Culture

The Wedding Season Gift Guide

Whether given for the big day or to help the couple set up house, these gifts complete the Southern trousseau

Arts & Culture

The Saga of the Tybee Bomb

In the late 1950s, a U.S. Air Force B-47 on a training mission jettisoned a hydrogen bomb somewhere in the ocean near Savannah. Sixty years later, steeped in local lore and Cold War intrigue, Tybee’s “broken arrow” remains one of the great Southern mysteries

Arts & Culture

The South’s Most Glamorous Socialite

A new exhibition documents the life of Mona von Bismarck, a Kentucky-born international style icon whose greatest love—after fashion—was her garden

Arts

(Tar) Heel to Toe

A North Carolina native taps into the future of dance

Arts & Culture

Bourbon Gets Its Close-Up

A new film dives into the history and people behind the South’s favorite spirit