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Interview

The rising star can swing from New Orleans jazz to Hollywood’s latest hit without skipping a beat

The Wild South

A stunning new IMAX film highlights one of the most important regions on the continent for ducks, cranes, and many more winged visitors to the South

Arts & Culture

The deeper lessons from the notorious Kentucky bourbon heist

15th Anniversary

On the page and on-screen, Sarah M. Broom and Dee Rees bring untold stories to the fore

Music

It’s been a long journey for the burgeoning country star and Texas native, who is nominated for three awards this Sunday

Interview

The actor reflects on his starring role in one of the past decade’s most iconic TV series

Arts & Culture

The Carolina-raised writer and producer on creating and filming the series

Arts

With his directorial debut set for wide release and earning a bevy of praise, this filmmaking son of an actual jockey is on the verge of stardom. But he’d rather just tell a great story

Arts & Entertainment

From “Felony Melanie” to June Carter Cash, the Oscar winner’s performances endure with humor, heart, and a heap of natural Nashville-nurtured talent

Arts

Women of the Movement, starring the Virginia native and Tony winner Adrienne Warren, premieres this week

Interview

Beth Macy on the power of dinner around the table, handmade quilts, and rooting for Southern underdogs

G&G Interview

Catching up with the Texas native and four-time Oscar nominee, who portrays abolitionist John Brown in a new miniseries

G&G Interview

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

Arts & Culture

See your favorite happy little trees in person this fall at a new exhibition in Virginia that highlights the famous Southern (yes, really) artist

Arts & Culture

Just so you will know—and your children will someday know—you can stream all seven seasons on Hulu. Here, five super-fans share their favorite episodes—and explain why the iconic series still matters

Arts & Culture

Why you meant the world to a young kid growing up in the South

Arts & Culture

John T. Edge and Wright Thompson explore the modern intersection of the sport and Southern cuisine

6 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Twenty years ago the film adaptation of John Berendt’s best seller Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil hit the big screen. Here are the locations in Savannah where the true story—and filming—unfolded.

The G&G Interview

The South Carolina native portrays yet another groundbreaking figure in Marshall—the latest triumph in a career set to sky-high

Arts & Culture

Plus three Southern spots where you can make like Baby and Johnny and have the time of your life