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Arts & Entertainment

Alabama or Georgia? Who Southerners Are Cheering for Tonight

A survey of opinions ahead of the national championship game

Arts & Entertainment

For the Love of the Dawgs

A lifelong Georgia football fan on heartbreak and hope

Recipes

Easy and Savory Mushroom Tartine

In Atlanta, chef Forough Vakili shares a taste of her new restaurant

THE 2021 WORLD SERIES

Braves’ Mascot is Full of Sass—and Some Sugar

Why Blooper leads the league at Twitter

THE 2021 WORLD SERIES

The Braves, the World Series, and Me

A long-suffering Atlanta sports fan revels in the team’s first appearance in the Series in twenty-plus years

Recipe

Grits You’ll Go Nuts For

Ground pecans and roasted squash spike your grits with a taste of fall

Sporting

Too Many Dawgs on the Field

During the 1997 game between Georgia and Kentucky, a chocolate Lab named Tubby went down in football history

Fork in the Road

A New Taste of Macon

Kimchi Factory brings renewed energy and vibrant flavors to a revived downtown landmark

Music

Southern Women Spotlight: The Indigo Girls

The folk-rock duo on the roots of their friendship, their enduring harmonies, and their love of the South

Homeplace

Inside a Rare Cumberland Island Dwelling

Gogo Ferguson’s home is a wild heart—and one that showcases the wonders of its setting

Arts

A Georgian Sewing Machine

A crackerjack quilter follows a pattern of Southern storytelling

G&G Interview

The Many Faces of Ray McKinnon

There may be no more versatile a Southern actor, writer, and director than this son of Georgia

Food & Drink

Cook Like a Top Southern Chef

Or at least chop onions like one. This weekend, Hugh Acheson is hosting his first-ever culinary yard sale at Five & Ten in Athens, Georgia

Style

A Stylish British Invasion

An English designer looks to the Southwest Georgia quail set for her new apparel line

Travel

A Local’s Guide to the Atlanta BeltLine

How to make the most of the city’s urban greenway, including where to eat, what to see, and—yes—how to find parking

Music

The B-52’s Iconic Southern Party-Rock Album Turns 30

With the kitschy fun of Cosmic Thing, the beloved band came back bigger than ever in the summer of 1989. But there’s a more serious story behind the Athens, Georgia-born classic

Food & Drink

Vidalia Onions Are Back

Georgia agriculture commissioner Gary Black demystifies one of the South’s unique crops

Food & Drink

The Secret Behind Augusta National’s Pound Cake

In his new book, caddy Tripp Bowden shares the story of how the club’s beloved longtime chef got by with a little help from a friend

Food & Drink

The Mystery of The Masters’ Pimento Cheese

What made Masters pimento cheese so special?

What's in Season

Vidalia Onions Are Just Better—Here’s Why

Fried, grilled, or plated raw, Georgia’s famed Vidalia onions are springtime MVPs