"The Social Network of the South"
We are enjoying this cold weekend in our mountain cottage but, this hotel has me ready to hop on a…Continue
Added by Holly Phillips @The English Room on December 5, 2013 at 3:24pm — No Comments
Southern Women are a breed all their own.
Alison Glock said it best:
“For better or worse, we are forever entangled in and infused by a miasma of mercy and cruelty, order and chaos, cornpone and cornball, a potent mix that leaves us wise, morbid, good-humored, God-fearing, outspoken and immutable.”
My friends and I are Southern Women and quite proud of it. This means when we get together there are things you should know that are going to happen:
1. We’re going to…Continue
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Trim it, tassel it, pipe it or simply cover it--the pillow today is as much a part of the interior design world as it has ever been. Without having to break the bank, a pillow can infuse that pop of color or slyly add a subtle accent of texture, and take a space from being dull to dynamic. We couldn't be more thrilled to have Fort Worth's, Rebecca Atkinson and Kelley…Continue
Much like with Sabrina's Paris, Charleston is always a good idea.
The city is without a doubt one of my favorite places to visit. Not only because of the trendsetting food scene but because of the richness of its culture and history.…Continue
This October, you could be a part of something so creepy, it’s not for the faint at heart. Explore the unknown with the Ghost Hunt Weekends crew, coming to The Jekyll Island Club Hotel for the first time ever, October 25th-27th. It’s going to be a spooktacular event that's sure to kick your Halloween into…Continue
You know you're at a uniquely fantastic restaurant when you are requested to take a shot of Irish whiskey using a sawed in half bone out of which you just consumed the marrow. It turns out, the marrow bone works quite well as a whiskey luge and the flavors picked up from the remains of roasted goodness enrich the water of life quite well. Michele took a shot too as we dined at Toups' Meatery, a…Continue
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Few people can argue with the appeal of a warm, flaky biscuit, but I was still pleasantly surprised…Continue
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This past summer, Top Chef filmed their 11th season in New Orleans with stops on the Northshore and in Baton Rouge at LSU. Get ready for a Louisiana-filled season of one of TV's top cooking shows. On October 2nd, Top Chef New Orleans hits Bravo!
Added by Jay Ducote on August 14, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
It’s no wonder why people flock to the Georgia coast during summertime, but a pet parrot? That’s apparently what happened when “Kotty” escaped from his owner’s boat and decided to explore Jekyll Island on his own terms! An emergency crew was called in (that’s the real story here), in an attempt to save…Continue
Who wants to see Sarah Darling this Sunday at the Southern Living Idea House in Nashville?
Added by The Southern Coterie on August 13, 2013 at 9:48am — No Comments
Who wants to see Brett Eldredge this sunday at the Southern Living Idea House in Nashville?…Continue
As I prepare to head to the northern tundra, otherwise known as Bloomington, Indiana, I thought I should thank the South for all the good years I've had down here.
To the South:…Continue
Rock n' Roll ain't easy, but music is for everyone! Another great thing about the South is the incredible amount of live music. The legacy of Southern music includes everything from Rock, R&B, Folk, Zydeco, Country, Bluegrass, and don't forget the Funk! The South has…Continue
Added by Emily Laborde on July 30, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Traditional events like parades, concerts, and fireworks have always been the mainstays when it comes to celebrating Independence Day along the Georgia coast. But this year, something extraordinary happened. The Georgia Sea Turtle Center proved that a little firecracker named, Hugue, was the real star of…Continue