Nestled on the eastern shore of Tampa Bay in central Florida is the nation’s oldest Cuban-American community.
Examining the origins of the South’s football fight songs — and the lasting memories they provide year after year.
One Mississippi county’s rebellion against the Confederacy comes to life on the big screen next year.
Subject of the upcoming film “The Free State of Jones,” Mississippi’s Newton Knight is remembered in his home of Jones County as both a hero and a scoundrel.
Marking 10 years since Hurricane Katrina with a collection of images that depict an altered — yet renewed — city.
Elevating a frozen drink that’s become a beacon of summer to cocktail status.
Oak Leaf Pottery is making a name for itself with signature glazes, drips and functional pieces that double as works of art.
Give these new albums a listen whether it’s during your car ride into work or cruising to that vacation destination.
Harriet Jacobs and her groundbreaking book represent true history in Edenton, North Carolina.
A new collaboration allows music lovers to explore the 1,500-mile stretch of highway that birthed nine uniquely American genres of music.
Meet one of North Carolina’s most elegant — and daring — mothers and brides.
A look at how some of the most popular independent films get made through the eyes of a Louisiana production and finance company.
Awards season might be over, but that just means it’s time for summer blockbusters with big budgets, big names and Southern filming locations.
Follow in the footsteps of Mason and his family through the years in Richard Linklater’s Texas-shot, Oscar-nominated film.
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