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Are You Thankful To Be Southern?

We are. We’re thankful for this amazing region, of the food, community, and pride of place we share. All year-long we love the South, and in November we’re kicking it up by calling out some of our favorite reasons. To start things off, we’re offering up this graphic. Share it on your social networks to show your pride. And let […]

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because We Can Really Write

Southerners have a way with words. Here, Trisha Ping, managing editor of BookPage, shares her favorite new releases from her fall reading list:

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because We Can Curl Up With Papa

Hemingway Hotels & Resorts (hemingwayhotels.com), a brand-new collection of luxury properties,  pays homage to the man who made his name by living life to the fullest.

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because “Catch of the Day” Isn’t Just a Phrase

At Reef in Houston, chef Bryan Caswell has built a career working with Gulf fishermen, most notably by developing a menu that makes the most of bycatch—fish caught by accident when going after specific seafood (reefhouston.com). In Charleston, chef Mike Lata is set to open The Ordinary in just a few weeks. You might call the dazzling space (white oak floors, […]

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because Blush and Bashful Will Always Be Our Signature Colors

This year marks 25 years since Robert Harling’s play Steel Magnolias debuted off-Broadway at the WPA Theatre in New York City.

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because the Man in Black Lives On

The Johnny Cash Museum (johnnycash.com) opens in Nashville this fall, honoring Cash’s storied life and legacy as one of the greatest American songwriters and musicians of the 20th century. The 15,000-square-foot shrine will house the world’s largest concentration of his personal memorabilia and music, plus a 250-seat concert venue.

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because Redo Is Not a 4-Letter Word

Renovations breathe stylish new life into some of our favorite old buildings, such as New Orleans’ Beaux Arts beauty The Saint (thesainthotelneworleans.com; rates from $189), a 166-room boutique property that opened late last year in the French Quarter’s old Audubon Building. The Art Deco Luxe Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa (luxestoneleigh.com; rates from $199) in Dallas, bolstered by a Dorothy Draper-inspired […]

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because We Like a Little Dirt Under Our Nails

Food hubs, urban farms, and farm-to-consumer go-betweens are cropping up across the region, giving landless urbanites a chance to get their hands in the dirt and on fresh food.

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We’re Thankful to Be Southern Because We’re Still Perfecting the Gentleman

The charm of a Southern man is unparalleled. These nine tastemakers, with their disposition for tailored cuts and rich fabrics, help our boys look the part.

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