Louisiana ghost story of a traveling preacher and his new wife who spend the night in a haunted house and learn that marriage can be even more terrifying than ghosts, written by Craig Dominey.
Atlanta has become more than just Coke, the Braves and conventions. Food has taken center stage in recent years, with the city's chefs achieving rock star status. Atlanta's dining scene is no longer up and coming
September 30 kicked off the American Society of Journalists and Authors' Banned Books Week. Started in 1982, the campaign was a reaction to schools and libraries pulling books off the shelves because of their objections to language and subject matter.
Capote's best known work may be "Breakfast at Tiffany's," set in New York City, and he died in 1984 in Los Angeles, but the writer was originally a son of the South. He was born September 30, 1924, in New Orleans and was raised in Alabama.
Debut of our Fall/Winter Reading List. A Twitter chat with Erika Robuck. Literature's famous food scenes. University of South Carolina's huge literary acquisition. Banned Books Week approaches. 52 great reads, 100,000 poets & a story about running moonshine. Happy Literary Friday!
by Jennifer Riley Oaks towered over Tucker Body Shop, the only body shop on U.S.Highway 99 in Tuckerville, North Carolina. In 1952, acorns covered the asphalt welcome mat spread in a remote corner of Fletcher County. Most drive-ins, diners, and body shops used gravel, but the body shop provided the first smooth asphalt finish in