It’s one of the craziest things you’ve ever seen: shrimp, crab, eel, flounder—whatever’s been swimming deep in the Bay—all doing their best to get out of the water and into your bucket
Finding a community of like-minded idealists in Fairhope, Marietta Johnson created an environment of learning where children were free to be children and each child’s unique personality was welcomed and cultivated
Independence, MO; Karnack, TX; Plains, GA; Midland, TX
These Southern examples of humility and grace didn’t take their leading lady roles lightly. More than just charming hostesses, these ladies served as Presidential confidantes, advisors, and far more.
Greeneville, TN; St. Louis, MO; Culpepper, VA; Savannah, GA; Wytheville, VA
Lisa Lakey presents five more snapshots of these notable Southern ladies and their crucial role in the leadership of our nation
Clarksville, VA; Murfreesboro, TN; Calvert County, MD; Lexington, KY
While they grew with roots deep in Southern soil, these First Ladies understood all too well that a title could not protect them from the hardships life dealt in Washington
Mt. Vernon, Charlottesville, and Montpelier Station, Virginia; Nashville, Tennessee
Through slander, grief, and war, these women stood beside the Founding Fathers with all the wit, grace, and charm that come from roots planted deep in Southern soil
They say miracles happen every day if you only look for them—but rather than looking for one, the city of Springfield, Missouri, took matters into their own hands
There’s nowhere better to celebrate the Mother Road than in Springfield—where it all got kicked off to begin with
Austin, Texas; Louisville, Kentucky; Richmond, Virginia; McAdenville, North Carolina; St. Augustine, Florida
From Texas to Florida, the South is all lit up with Christmas. Here are five of the Christmas-lights best!
At no other time does Frederick’s hospitality shine as it does during the holiday season—so here are five ways Frederick shines brightly at Christmas
Nearly eighty years and more than three hundred coon dogs later, Troop’s final resting spot has become a mecca for coon hunters and their “best friends”
Little Rock, Arkansas
From one mother to another, every layette is a small token that says “we’ve been there”
With a history permeated with both Revolutionary and Civil War tales of bravery and valor, picturesque Frederick hides a darker story or two
There’s more than one way to revitalize a downtown—in Athens it all happens when the sun goes down
In the early days, women didn’t fly; and it was thought that a black woman never would. But all that was before Bessie Coleman came along.
Think University of Georgia at Athens is #1? You’re right: She beat out every other school by being the first state-supported university in the nation.