Some may get their kicks on Route 66, but those familiar with the Southern U.S. know the South has several routes worthy of a song
A weekend in Oxford, Mississippi, is full of literature, history, food, and—in the fall—SEC football!
James Silver was ahead of his times, and, not surprisingly, that got him in trouble at the University of Mississippi in the turbulent early 1960’s.
It was a difficult time of radical change, but the music of Bob Dylan was there to help usher it in
Athens, GA; Grenada, MS; Jasper, AR; Louisburg, NC; Charleston, SC; Nashville, TN; Fairhope, AL
Got a hankering for the best biscuits south of the Mason-Dixon Line? These diners and breakfast beacons won’t disappoint.
As with all universities, the University of Mississippi has a few quirks and hidden gems waiting for those who are willing to dig a bit deeper
It is a common misconception that a single man can make little difference. Nothing proves this so incontrovertibly false as James Meredith’s March Against Fear.
Port Gibson, Mississippi; Yemassee, South Carolina; Hilton Head, South Carolina; Elmodel, Georgia
Remnants of a time gone by, these Southern ruins and abandoned homes remind us that nothing lasts forever
Scuppernongs make you work for even the tiniest taste—but, boy, is it worth it
Keep your eyes peeled for this month’s monarchs—they’re about to undergo the journey of a lifetime.
The day typically celebrated for America’s Declaration of Independence was once the day on which the South mourned its hopes of attaining its own independence
Children of the Delta, the Percy family displayed nearly two centuries of notable literary achievement, and its peak was found in the poetry and memoir of 20th-century’s William Alexander Percy and the novels and philosophical writings of his beloved cousin Walker
Though B.B. King’s death marks the end of an era, his legacy lives on in the music and musicians he has inspired and will continue to inspire for generations