Food and wine festivals in the Southeast are hotter than a cast iron skillet full of corn bread. “We are witnessing a proliferation of festivals in the South and across the nation,” says John T. Edge, director of the Southern Foodways Alliance in Oxford, Mississippi. Of southern-specific festivals, white-hot Atlanta […]
One could easily get lost in Charleston, lost in the extraordinary gardens, refined architecture, vibrant restaurant kitchens, tempting art and antique galleries, legendary museums and cobblestone streets. It’s a jewel of pleasurable pursuits, vivaciously enjoying a renaissance era. It’s one of the South’s acclaimed cities where today’s savvy traveler yearns […]
Listen closely as you stroll under Brookgreen Gardens’ moss-draped live oaks and tall stately palmettos. You may hear the whispers of the branches and fronds as they tell of four rice plantations where children’s shouts, a washwoman’s song and laughter at festive parties echo through the years. A National Historic […]
Savoring that Wonderful Southern Hospitality: From Charleston to Nashville, via Hilton Head Island and Savannah
My photographer husband Jim and I have the goal to visit at least a small part of each of our fabulous fifty United States, and we’re almost “there.” Thus, it took only a moment to say “yes” to a call inviting us to a military reunion in Charleston, South Carolina, to renew friendships from our Air Force days.