Head down the street to your favorite bookstore, boutique, coffee shop, university or pop-up shop for gifts this year.
The North Carolina born actress talks about her experience on the set of Capote’s true crime story upon the 55th anniversary of the murders.
Three museums in Mobile, Alabama, team up to showcase the legacy of Mardi Gras and the creative industry that makes Carnival happen each year.
Babies born at a South Louisiana hospital will now leave with a CD of Cajun and Creole lullabies to sing them to sleep.
A new book by stylish Southerner Andi Eaton examines New Orleans fashion neighborhood by neighborhood.
The Crescent City shows its artsy side through sculpture, a citywide installation and activist project through the winter.
Southern cookbooks inspire heartfelt taste memories among chefs, home cooks and new friends.
Guest post by ‘Vampira’ author and Charleston-based historian Scott Poole.
A South Louisiana native attends Festivals Acadiens et Creoles for the first time and gains a new respect for her culture —and Cajun music.
See real-life sites from the show and find out where the cast hangs out in New Orleans.
Think it’s safe to say we’re all terrified after last night’s opening episode of “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” Sarah Paulson with two heads, Evan Peters with lobster hands and
Chattanooga-based clothing line launches campaign that celebrates powerful Southern women.
Save the date for the 40th anniversary of Festivals Acadiens et Creoles in South Louisiana in October.
Show creator Ryan Murphy dished to Entertainment Weekly about the new season of “American Horror Story” recently. He talked about where the idea for the show came from — Jessica
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