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Gift Like A Chef: Christmas Edition

They labor in the kitchen day in, day out for the sake of keeping the rest of us well fed, and their love for food carries over into their holiday gift-giving, as well. We asked four  Southern chefs what they’re giving for Christmas, and here’s what they told us. Megan Williams, Etch Restaurant Williams keeps Nashville sweet, so it’s no […]

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(Southern) Saturday Night Live this Weekend

The Big Apple is getting a sample of the South’s best tastemakers tonight on Saturday Night Live. New Orleans local John Goodman is hosting with Nashville crooners King of Leon as the musical guest. This is Goodman’s 13th (Yes, 13th!) time hosting the iconic variety show. (Sorry Justin Timberlake, but you still have a few more years to trump this […]

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Dazzle Your Friends, Impress Your Postman: BATCH NASHVILLE Giveaway

Remember how you were so excited when you were the first to get Birchbox, getting all those surprise beauty treats delivered to your doorstep? Well, we have one better for you. Sure, we still love the big subscription boxes, but are most excited by a new subscription service that delivers products made in the South— specifically, one of our hottest […]

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Where to Eat Now: 404 Kitchen in Nashville

It takes a lot to impress the masses in Nashville’s active culinary community. But a repurposed storage container has done just that. The much-anticipated opening of 404 Kitchen in Nashville’s The Gulch neighborhood went off last week without a hitch, and we’re lining up with the rest of you all to get a taste of the celebrated chef’s seasonal menu. Formerly […]

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The Southern Minute with Sheryl Crow

Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow‘s first country album, Feels Like Home, comes out tomorrow (September 10). “Feels Like Home is an extension of songs people know me for—“If It Makes You Happy,” “Strong Enough”—and rock songs inspired by country music,” Sheryl says. “It’s just more dedicated to country instrumentation: more pedal steel, more twangy guitars, more fiddles.” Last week, Southern Living […]

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Trend Alert: Letterpress City Posters

For this week’s Southern Snapshot we are celebrating the artists who capture our region in a different way. Letterpress companies, known mostly for their rocking concert posters, have been branching out to create pinnable odes to their cities and its institution. Here, some of our favorite Southern-bred pieces of wall art. Bonus: These pieces are a great, inexpensive way to […]

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The Southern Minute with Holly Williams

This past weekend, musician Holly Williams took the stage at our Nashville Idea House as our latest performance in the Southern Living Biscuits & Jam concert series, presented by AT&T U-Verse.

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House-Infused Spirits Illegal in Tennessee?

UPDATE: As reported by The Tennessean, the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced this afternoon that it will not prohibit infused alcohol. In the mood to order a drink made with bacon-infused bourbon or house-made bitters? Soon it might be tough to do in Tennessee. The buzz at restaurants in the Volunteer State is that the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) […]

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Hello, I’m A Johnny Cash Stamp

We’re feeling very Man in Black at Southern Living headquarters, celebrating the release of today’s Johnny Cash forever stamp. Yes, you can now stick it to the man — er, with the man — with a first-class stamp emblazoned with the likeness of one of our icons. Based on a photo taken for the 1963 album Ring of Fire: The […]

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Another Reason Nashville is Hot (And Yes, There is Some Taylor Swift)

The hit TV show Nashville has its season finale tonight and Husk Nashville is opening on Thursday, but there’s another reason we’ve got our eye on this city. (Nashville can’t help it–it’s on a roll.) This week Nashville’s Music City Center opened, and we were there for it. The 2.1-million-square-foot building is at the heart of South of Broadway’s (SoBro) revitalization. […]

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