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Sporting Life

The Wild Zen of Flip Pallot

The world-famous angler, archer, TV personality, woodsman, and sage has always lived life by one rule—follow your heart

Food & Drink

The Biscuit King

The buttery beauties at Karl Worley’s Nashville restaurant, Biscuit Love, inspire hour-long waits. But beyond the family recipes lies something even more impressive: a heartwarming rise

Southern Masters

Wendell Berry’s Wild Spirit

Counting songbirds and talking about the land with the legendary conservationist, farmer, and writer

Southern Masters

Meet Ron Rash, the Blue-Collar Bard

The poet, short story writer, and novelist reflects his workaday Appalachian roots in his writing, including a new novella that returns to the antihero of his best-selling Serena

Arts & Culture

Unearthing the Art of Cora Kelley Ward

A cache of paintings by the unsung Louisiana artist leads the author on a yearslong journey to fill in the details of her unconventional life—and understand why her work grabbed him and wouldn’t let go

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G&G Party Pics

A Look at JUBILEE 2017

Go inside our fifth annual JUBILEE Made in the South Weekend

Arts & Culture

Poet Maurice Manning: A Voice in the Wilderness

Part Appalachian storyteller. Part modern-day Thoreau, Manning has carved out his own spot in the pantheon of American poets from a twenty-acre swath of Kentucky woods

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Good Dog Photo Contest 2018

Good Dogs in the Great Outdoors

Dogs playing, posing, and working outside in the 2018 Good Dog Photo Contest

Arts & Culture

Jericho Rising

How the push and pull of the South feed Louisiana native Jericho Brown’s soul-shaking, award-winning poetry

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Style & Fashion

Derby Hats and Derby Style Return to Churchill Downs

After a year without spectators, the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks welcomed back fans—and with them came fabulous fascinators and colorful fashions. Photographer Nerissa Sparkman captured the scene

Food & Drink

Emeril Lagasse: The Big E

Before the TV shows, the cookware, “Bam!,” and the rest, Emeril Lagasse was a young chef taking over the venerable Commander’s Palace, the launching pad for a career that would change the food world forever. Now, with his first new New Orleans spot in nearly two decades, he’s back to doing what he really loves

Food & Drink

The Southern Cheese Crusade

From the heat to the bugs, Southern cheese makers face a daunting set of challenges. But a growing number of them are proving they can stack up with the best

Artists

Patterson Hood: The Southern Springsteen

The Drive-By Truckers front man has spent two decades giving voice to the grace and grit of life in the South. With the release of the band’s twelfth album, he’s proving he still has plenty to say

Arts & Culture

The Fantastical World of Frank Fleming

How an Alabama sculptor eschewed the conventions of the art establishment, and in the process found beauty and his calling among the beasts

Land & Conservation

Carl Hiaasen: The Last Great Howler

Carl Hiaasen has spent a lifetime railing against corrupt politicians and the wanton destruction of Florida’s natural riches. Along the way he’s become one of the country’s most successful novelists, not to mention one hell of a fly fisherman

Sporting

The House of Beretta

For half a millennium, in a small valley in Italy, one family has been producing some of the finest guns in the world

Conservation

Peacocks in a Kaleidoscope of Color

Steel, midnight, peach, hazel, platinum, taupe, jade—driven by the thrill of creation and discovery, the Missouri farmer Brad Legg has almost single-handedly spurred the proliferation of crazy-colored peacocks

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Good Dogs

Two Good Dogs Are Better Than One

Oh, brother—these G&G Good Dog reader photos of puppy siblings have us ready to adopt another

Sporting

Crazy for Quail

Think the golden age of wild Southern quail hunting is gone forever? Don’t tell that to three South Carolina sportsmen who spent twenty long years transforming an old pine plantation into a wild bird haven

Southern Style

Timeless Southern Shops

Our favorite spots to find everything from the best sporting art to first editions of Faulkner