La fête à la française

From countryside chateaus to the city of lights, get a taste of how France celebrates the holiday season through its culinary traditions Story by Andrea Gable Photography by Deborah Johnson Across a land already known for its fine cuisine, holiday celebrations in France offer a chance to shine as bright as the city of lights….

Cheers to a New Year

Ring in 2021 with a traditional toast of bubbly or try a variation on the classic Champagne Cocktail. No New Year’s Eve celebration would be complete without a champagne toast to ring in the new year and perhaps no year will be more eagerly awaited as 2021 ushers out 2020. With celebrations likely a little…

Mile by Mile

Cyclers hit the road from Athens to Savannah to help build the longest paved trail in America – the Georgia Hi-Lo Trail   Story by Nancy Belle Hansford Hot coffee fuels a small crowd of cyclists who were up before the sun, getting ready for a two-day ride through rural Georgia. Congregated outside of the Jittery Joe’s in…

Remedy in Blues

Down the Mississippi Blues Trail, cathartic sounds tell a story of overcoming in spite of it all Story by Judy Garrison Photography by Seeing Southern Photography The delta changes you. Don’t let anyone tell you any different. The blues highway drew me to Mississippi like a Southerner to good BBQ. Its music, rhythms and flavors…

Home for the holidays

Pennington Seed partners with Greene County Habitat to build a new home for a local family in time to celebrate the holiday season. Story by Tia Lynn Ivey When the lights are strung, the wreath is hung and the tree is lit, a family in need will celebrate this Christmas in their very own new…