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A vintage photo of a smiling man and woman

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In 1932, twenty-year-old Smith Reynolds was shot at his family’s home, and the world blamed his pregnant, Broadway-star wife. More than ninety years later, his family is ready to talk about it

Three boots are laid of from the state collection: Wyoming (a brown boot with darker red details and the state capitol building), West Virginia (a blue boot with a pink flower, cardinal, and berries), and Alabama (a yellow and grey boot with the capitol building).

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Take a peek at the midcentury collection

Arts

A new exhibition at the Gibbes Museum takes a fresh look at the unsung art hero Ned Jennings

Arts & Culture

From Messi in Miami to U.S. Soccer in Atlanta, the beautiful game is growing in the South

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A classically trained portrait artist in London turns to birds

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November’s standout series, movies, and podcasts with Southern ties

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A meeting place for good books and good neighbors

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The historic Elizabeth neighborhood has a jack-o’-lantern tradition like no other

Dispatches

The graveyard perched over the Rash North Carolina farm has long whispered to the writer—he just needed to listen

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A pair of writers hold the past—and themselves—to account

Style

Austin’s Bell and Bird turns out stunning pieces inspired by the past

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As a native Midwesterner, state fairs are in my blood, but I’ve found Texas’s early fall celebration is truly best in show

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The prolific Oxford, Mississippi, author on his two new movies, cataclysmic weather events, and being labeled Southern gothic

A woman stands behind a bar with bottles of moonshine behind her in the shelves

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The decorated veteran brings family tradition and her aunt’s hustler mentality to the skies and the still

Style

North Carolina sisters imbue Indian tradition with Southern flair

Cinema

October’s standout series, movies, and podcasts with Southern ties

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Remember Wally Gator, Foghorn Leghorn, and these other stars of Saturday morning?

Food & Drink

G&G contributors pick the food books they’re excited to devour this fall

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A Q&A with the author, who this fall resurrects his first big hit in a new thriller

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The prolific author talks about setting her true crime novels in Baltimore, claiming her Southern identity, and how the pandemic inspired her latest caper about a prom gone wrong