The Daily South

A Southern-Bred Battle

Newton photo by Robin Conn/The Huntsville Times, Manning by AP If you think this Sunday’s Super Bowl rivalry is all about East Coast vs. West Coast, think again. All eyes are on Denver Broncos’ quarterback, Peyton Manning, and Carolina Panthers’ quarterback, Cam Newton, as they square off in Super Bowl 50. These two offense stars have quite an age difference […]

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Take A Walk Through The Best Southern Gardens

There’s a reason that our first-ever Southern Living cover featured a yard full of azaleas –Southerners are known for being passionate about our plants, our gardens, and our history. That’s why the first of our 50th anniversary special editions is Best Southern Gardens. Whether you’re an amateur, a green thumb, or a grumpy gardener (like ours!), you’ll be inspired by over 223 beautiful […]

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Celebrate Black History Month: Columbia Museum of Art’s REMIX Exhibition Opens This Weekend

The South is known and beloved for many things, including its hospitality, food and style. But perhaps the region’s best attribute is its storytelling and the varied mediums used to share those stories. This weekend, the Columbia Museum of Art opens REMIX: Themes and Variations in African-American Art (Feb. 5 – May 3, 2016). As the name suggests, REMIX highlights […]

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Video Premiere: Star and Micey’s “Get ‘Em Next Time”

Memphis may be famous for hits from Booker T. and the M.G.s, Al Green, Isaac Hayes, Big Star, and oh yeah, Elvis, but there’s also a new generation of artists coming out of the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. Lucero, John Paul Keith, and Goner Records have all contributed towards the new direction of Memphis’ music scene, and so has […]

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Now Is The Perfect Time to Use Dry Conditioner—Here’s How to Do It

If you’re anything like us, you’re already well-versed in dry shampoo. But what about its sister styling product, dry conditioner? If you’ve never heard of it, you’re not alone: Though it’s popped up here and there before, only in the past few months have we noticed a true boom in the dry conditioner department. The timing is no coincidence, says […]

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Southern Living Hummingbird Goo Goo Clusters Twitter Giveaway

In honor of our 50th anniversary, we teamed up with our friends at Goo Goo Cluster to create the special edition Hummingbird Premium Goo Goo, inspired by our very own Hummingbird Cake. First introduced to Southern Living readers in 1978, the pineapple banana spice cake continues to be one of our most requested recipes. The Hummingbird Premium Goo Goo is made […]

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Exclusive Music Premiere: Long Way Back by Terri Binion

North Carolina-born Terri Binion writes her folksy Americana ballads with deep-seeded honesty. No stranger to tragedy, the singer-songwriter pours emotion into Long Way Back – a summary of her personal journey through grief and loss. “Sometimes we don’t know how rich the moment is until it has passed – when you can no longer see these people and places in the rear view mirror, until we are back […]

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Drawing Straws for the Super Bowl

Do you know who you will be rooting for come Super Bowl Sunday?  Instead of just drawing straws, you can show your support by adding these darling sippers to your favorite signature celebratory drink while cheering on your team. They are easy to order from Aardvark Straws.  P.S. They have straws for your favorite NCAA teams too!

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Look Out, Broncos Fans – Carolina’s Got Some Lucky Wings

When Charlotte-based Chef Blake Hartwick set out to create a lucky recipe to help fans cheer on the Carolina Panthers, he could only hope for a winning season. However, it just so happens that every time Chef Blake makes the wings, the Panthers take home a win. It’s also to be noted that the chef did not make his lucky […]

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The Mason-Dixonary: Cut Out

Hearing a certain word can tell you quicker than a road map that you’ve crossed the Mason-Dixon Line. Some terms are particular to the South, while others are just embraced more fondly here. Check back each Wednesday for more words that give voice to the spirit and soul of our region.  

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