Fifty years ago, the Dusty Springfield album peaked at ninety-nine on the charts—then flopped. Here’s how the eventual classic found its place in Southern music history (and why it took so long to get
On April 7–9, Garden & Gun hosted twenty-three women for a ladies-only fly-fishing experience in Cashiers, North Carolina. The weekend began with a welcome cocktail party, followed by a day on the river
In recent months, three iconic joints have shuttered. Should we be worried? Is it time for followers of the Carolinas’ true ’cue—pork only, cooked over wood only—to put out the fire and call in the hogs?
In his new book, caddy Tripp Bowden shares the story of how the club’s beloved longtime chef got by with a little help from a friend What follows is an edited excerpt from the new book The Caddy’s Cookbook:
A beautiful display of nature in Hopkins, South Carolina Blink…blink…blink… For about two weeks between mid-May and early June, thousands of fireflies—lightning bugs, to many of us—synchronize their bioluminescent