Dig into the culture and cuisine waiting in Memphis, Tennessee, “land of the Delta blues”
Why one famous Easter candy doesn’t make the “basket cut” in my house—but did make it into the arrangements
Escape to Pursell Farms, a family run “farm” turned luxurious resort set amid scenic calm in Sylacauga, Alabama
Take the trek to Monroeville, Alabama, to learn more about famed writer Harper Lee, and do it soon. Spring is the time to get the most out of a sojourn to “Alabama’s Literary Capital,” since the annual production of the To Kill a Mockingbird play is put on each April and May.
Pine Mountain, Georgia
Check out Callaway Gardens in Georgia this spring: it’s a great place to sample the season’s scenery
Head to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, for a day filled with out-of-this-world fun
Highlands, Cashiers, and Sapphire, North Carolina
There’s something inherently soothing about waterfalls. Whether it’s thundering or gently descending in diamond-like drops, moving water speaks to our souls.
You’ve got more than just a “fair” chance of having a fabulous weekend in this charming, artsy small town cozied up to the eastern bank of Mobile Bay in south Alabama
How we make cornbread in the South can get personal
The best-laid plans often crumble—but it’s OK
Homemade treats make memorable gifts—even after they’re eaten!
Asheville, North Carolina
The Biltmore is unquestionably the closest America has come to a palace, and there’s no time like the holidays to visit this grand home
For many in the South, lasting memories are made each year at their annual state fair
Are there giant black cats roaming around Alabama?
While you’re taking in the sights and having fun on the run, feed body and soul at these hottest of spots in the ’Noog
Florence, Tuscumbia, Muscle Shoals, and Sheffield, Alabama
There is more to The Shoals than their world-famous music recordings—the whole area is a wellspring of uniquely Alabama art and culture
Mountain City, Georgia
For all of our progress and advances, there are some things we left behind that might serve us well in our modern society—the folks at Foxfire can tell you what