Filmed in New Orleans, this season of “American Horror Story” takes viewers inside some of the city’s oldest mansions, a notorious haunted house and possible fountain of youth in City Park.
The “Mercy Now” songstress talks about finding peace in her troubled past, being an inspiration for novelist Wally Lamb and returning home for the Louisiana Book Festival next month.
24 new releases, including several author debuts and a few classics, that span from mystery to memoir, spiritual to historical and romantic to coming of age.
With ghosts ranging from chamber maids to a Civil War general, Jesse James and a widow waiting for her lover, the South has no shortage of haunted hotels. Are you brave enough to spend the night?
Winding down the River Road just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana’s plantations offer a captivating journey back in time and have become a favorite filming spot for Hollywood South.
This Mississippian’s debut novel draws readers into a Gulf Coast landscape where nearly all has been lost and survival and redemption are paramount.
The Arkansas native actor returns to directing in this fall’s “Jayne Mansfield’s Car” and shares his thoughts on writing movies about the South.
The only thing that makes me hate God is when the babies die. It’s something I will not understand. When I hear about this one boy dying I am at the grocery store buying bananas …
Inside the rural Georgia homes of authors Flannery O’Connor, Alice Walker and Joel Chandler Harris.
A classic Charleston dish straight from Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar.
Atlanta’s Ritz-Carlton has an expert on pimento cheese on staff to ensure the Southern staple is always available for guests.
The home of Jefferson Davis continues its restoration and demonstrates the resilient character of a landmark in a hurricane town.
A guest post by Canadian author Michael Hiebert about dreaming up a fictional town in Alabama for his first novel.
This handcrafted cocktail takes advantage of summer berries.
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