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Visit the magical land of the father of conservation in the South.

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This Saturday, October 29, David Armand is set to receive the 23rd Louisiana Writer Award at the Louisiana Book Festival in Baton Rouge.

An interview with 'A Gracious Neighbor' author Chris Cander.

His latest novel 'Perras Malas' is crime fiction inspired by films with strong female leads.

'The River Witch' author talks about her second novel inspired by the Lost Colony of Roanoake, 'The Lost Book of Eleanor Dare.'

We can all relate to a drama set in a small town with the chance to find true love.

The 18th Annual Louisiana Book Festival is set for Saturday, October 29 in Baton Rouge.

Kentucky-born bestselling author Silas House's latest novel, 'Lark Ascending,' warns us of a seemingly near-dystopian future.

Vampires, decomposing corpses, ghosts, racial injustice and, of course, crumbling mansions abound in this list that pays homage to the genre.

Simmering at the core of this novel is the idea of a malleable line between good and evil.

No road trip, especially one through the Southern states, is complete without a few quirky, roadside stops. Sometimes it's fun to get off the beaten path and discover places that might not be in the guidebook. Below are six locations from Florida to Louisiana that promise to entertain, enlighten and make for good photos. Photo by Teography from Flickr Creative Commons Amish Beach in Florida The Amish community is fascinating, and its members travel far and wide in search of new experiences.One such place they often seek out is the sunny state of Florida. The warm weather, beautiful beaches and unique attractions bring thousands of Amish families to the Sunshine State every year. Many Amish families will opt for a horse-drawn carriage instead of a car as their mode of transportation during their stay in Florida. If you want to enjoy the company of Amish people, you should visit the tiny town of Pinecraft in Sarasota. South Carolina Tattoo Parlors When tattoos were finally legalized in South Carolina in 2004, tattoo artists began to practice and perfect their craft, allowing people to express themselves outwardly. With no limits on creativity, some of the most intricate designs and artwork can be found in South

From rustic barns to luxurious manors, these venues offer something for everyone.

Plus resorts, free museums and more for after the game.

If you're looking for the most universal city in the U.S. then Miami, Florida, is the place.

Music, culture and identity in the city that never sleeps.

A crowd-pleaser from Nashville's L.A. Jackson bar.

A recipe from 'Blue Ribbon Kitchen' by Linda Skeens.

The Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes was established in 2017 and is hosted every January just north of Miami.