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Fort Macomb and ‘True Detective’  0

Fort Macomb and ‘True Detective’

Exploring the connection between HBO’s ‘True Detective’ and New Orleans’ Fort Macomb.

Turning Over a New Leaf in Durham  0

Turning Over a New Leaf in Durham

American Tobacco District marks its 10th anniversary as a tobacco factory turned cultural mecca.

Fashion Forward South: Charleston  0

Fashion Forward South: Charleston

See style on stage in one of the South’s most historic cities during Charleston Fashion Week March 18-22.

A Legacy of Triumph: The Red Fox of the South & Old Abe of Ashland Plantation  0

A Legacy of Triumph: The Red Fox of the South & Old Abe of Ashland Plantation

A guest post by Annie Johnson about one of South Louisiana’s great plantations and its ties to thoroughbred racing.

Tennessee Williams Meets Faulkner in ‘August: Osage County’  0

Tennessee Williams Meets Faulkner in ‘August: Osage County’

Although the film is set in the Midwest, its dysfunctional family could easily be transplanted to the South.

The Literary ‘True Detective’  1

The Literary ‘True Detective’

Inside HBO’s new series that calls to mind a Southern Gothic novel with a mythological twist.

Do Whatcha Wanna: Mardi Gras Style  2

Do Whatcha Wanna: Mardi Gras Style

It’s Carnival time in New Orleans. That means full on festivities, King Cake, throws, parades and, of course, costumes. by Andi Eaton Before donning your sequins and beads, let’s take

Guide to King Cake  3

Guide to King Cake

Plus cocktails, cookies, cupcakes and more as this Mardi Gras treat evolves from its humble roots.

Woodrow Wilson Home Reopens to the Public  0

Woodrow Wilson Home Reopens to the Public

Just in time for President’s Day, South Carolina’s only presidential site opens its doors on February 15.

Fashion Forward South: New Orleans  2

Fashion Forward South: New Orleans

Designer Andi Eaton takes us on a stylish jaunt through New Orleans, as Fashion Week approaches in several Southern cities.

Nashville’s Coffeeshop Culture  7

Nashville’s Coffeeshop Culture

Where to find the best cup of brew, along with a few celebrities and a light lunch, in Music City.

12 Years a Slave, Dallas Buyers Club Lead Oscar Noms  0

12 Years a Slave, Dallas Buyers Club Lead Oscar Noms

The Academy Awards nominations are in!

The Real Madame Lalaurie & Other Legends From American Horror Story: Coven  1

The Real Madame Lalaurie & Other Legends From American Horror Story: Coven

Kathy Bates has played her to horrifying perfection on television, but what’s the real story behind New Orleans’ most famous murderess?

The Decemberists and The Avett Brothers Jamming on an Ocean Voyage  0

The Decemberists and The Avett Brothers Jamming on an Ocean Voyage

A new album from Dallas, Texas-based folk band Fox & the Bird is out today.