Arts & Culture

Shucked Offers a Cornfield of Laughs and Southern Stars

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

Arts & Culture

The Wild Ride That Is Max’s Bama Rush

The new documentary about sorority recruitment at the University of Alabama is silly and serious and surprisingly moving in its examination of one of the most beloved—and controversial—college traditions

Arts & Culture

From Wild to Wonderful, Eleven Southern Movie Moms We Can’t Forget

They’re fierce, they’re funny, they know how to rock a floral frock

Food & Drink

The Rules of Fried Chicken on a Boat

Southerners share strong opinions about this ritual on the water

Arts & Culture

The Kentucky Derby Vs. the King’s Coronation

A look at the key similarities and differences between the hat-filled, horse-powered to-dos going down on both sides of the pond on Saturday

Arts & Culture

Opinion: Why Kids Need to Endure Cotillion

Kids today rarely need to practice proper etiquette, which is exactly why they should learn it

Food & Drink

The World’s Longest Bar Now Exists at a Distillery in Tennessee

You and two hundred of your closest friends can grab a stool at the newest spot to enjoy Uncle Nearest whiskey


7 Historic Southern Theaters That Play On

Age ain’t nothing but a number for these still-thriving venues

Arts & Culture

Top Southern Shows to Stream in March

Top series, films, documentaries, and podcasts to tune into this March

Ask G&G

Ask G&G: Mardi Gras Myths and Manners

Carnival crimes, origin stories, and penance ideas

Arts & Culture

This Old Truck

A love letter to vintage family vehicles, and why Southerners just can’t stand to part with them

Arts & Culture

Celebrate Seventy-Five Years of Florida’s Weeki Wachee Mermaids

And see photos of that time Elvis showed up

Ask G&G

Ask G&G: Hair of the Dog and Hints for Dogwoods

Trivial pups, hangover truths, and trimming trees


Marty Stuart Brings Country Music Home

The country star reopens Ellis Theater, the first wing of his Congress of Country Music, as a way to revitalize his hometown

Country Accent

Vivian Howard Chooses Her Holiday Battles

Muddling through the, um, most wonderful time of the year

Arts & Culture

Charleston’s Powerful New Museum

A dynamic experience awaits at the new International African American Museum

Arts & Culture

Five Ghost Stories from the Haunted Houses of New Orleans

One writer and four other Crescent City locals recount hair-raising moments in their homes

Arts & Culture

How to Tell a Great Story, According to the Moth

The venerated storytelling organization, which turns twenty-five this year, is here to help you rule the front porch