In view of the light snow showering down gently upon the Earth like frozen tears of angels, I left work at Southern Living at 11:30 AM for the usual 30-minute drive home. I arrived on my front porch at 5:30 PM. And I have a few choice words for the idiot drivers who made possible this memorable and heart-warming ordeal.
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Nearly 50 Years After the 1968 D.C. riots all but destroyed H Street, the area is enjoying a fast return to its glory days as an entertainment hub thanks to the H Street Main Street revitalization efforts. By day, locals and visitors shop the boutiques and galleries, while a thriving bar and dining scene feeds the nightlife. In a testament to the area’s continued growth, […]
From blue jeans to local art, the shops in this coastal Mississippi town are filled with eye candy. Here’s some of our favorite spots in the colorful town. Walter Anderson Museum of Art While the pieces hanging at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art are not for sale, you can take home a treasure from the museum’s gift shop, part […]
For years, the stretch of road extending from the South Carolina State House was where senators mixed with shoppers and University of South Carolina students, where people from all over town came to dine and mingle. As people moved to the suburbs, buildings were shuttered. But now, as Columbia residents reclaim downtown, the five blocks between Gervais and Blanding are back. Here, […]
Our travel team has been hitting the road hard this summer reporting stories all across the region. From Lexington, Kentucky to Philadelphia, Mississippi, here are some of our favorite moments from the last couple weeks. Our features director Jennifer Cole joined her family at the Neshoba County Fair. Read her account of Mississippi’s Biggest House Party here. Copy editor Jessica Stringer […]
There’s no denying Charleston is one of the best shopping cities in the South, and King Street—with its string of local and big-name—is definitely at the heart of it. While I’ll never stop in the Holy City without checking in at some King Street favorites such as Butterfly Consignments and Hampden Clothing, on my last trip I wandered a little […]