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Finding Your Serenity

Slow down from the rapid pace of Atlanta with a breath of preserved Serenbe air and experience this innovative response to urban sprawl.

From Ringing to Singing

Hot off the release of one of their best albums to date, Fozzy is returning to the South to perform one of the truest rock shows yet.

Bobby Deen Comes Clean

He’s positioned himself as the first family of Southern food’s resident health nut. But it wasn’t always that way. For Bobby Deen, the long road back from addiction and overeating began within.

Savannah's Prohibition

We’re talking about Prohibition. No, not that terrible time in history, but the new bar and restaurant that opened up on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Miles Teller

In his new film, Bleed for This, Miles Teller is all heart as he brings the story of boxer Vinny Pazienza to life on the big screen.

LowCountry Root Doctors

Until the mid-20th century, the Lowcountry was a hotbed of hoodoo, black magic, white magic, and highly sought root doctors.

The Grace of Jimmy Carter

As the former head of state battles cancer at the age of 92, Jimmy Carter continues to draw thousands of people.

Machine Gun Preacher

The former hired gun for drug deals in cities dotted across the U.S., now wields an AK47 on missions of a whole different nature halfway around the world.

Eat What You Kill

The food in the South is superior to any other region of the country. It can also be said that no region of the country has seen its residents live off the land more than the South.


Growing up in a rural South Carolina church taught the NEEDTOBREATHE boys about faith and family, and instilled in them the roots of real Southern rock.

The Downtown Delilahs

Tucked away behind bustling Historic River Street is a secret night club known only to those who have a key.

Lady of the Water

Elena Madden’s recalls her deep emotional connection to the water that influences every painting that she has developed over the last two decades.

Never Forget

Never forget: For the past fifteen years these two words have been tattooed on Americans’ hearts as we remember the thousands of victims from the 9/11 terrorist attacks.