Will Campbell counseled and supported Freedom Riders in the sixties, ministered to imprisoned Klansmen in the seventies, and travelled with Waylon Jennings as a cook in the eighties.
In fifty years, Southern drinking will be very different from drinking in the rest of the United States, predicts David Wondrich.
SFA remembers the founders, collaborators, and award winners who left us in 2016.
On weeknights, Lannie’s Bar-B-Q Spot is one of the few non-chain businesses near downtown Selma where locals can grab a quick meal.
In the nineteenth-century rural South, sharecroppers grew corn, sold corn, ate corn, and became sick—all because of a lost recipe.
by Cynthia Joyce (Gravy, Fall 2016) Photos by Kate Medley “You’re from Charlotte?” the waiter asks. “I never meet anyone here who’s actually from Charlotte.” I am having lunch with my parents at Kid Cashew, a newish tapas spot in the Dilworth neighborhood. (I’ve chosen not to order the restaurant’s signature cocktail, Goat’s Breast Milk, … Continued
How Emily Wallace and I found ourselves on a 286-mile loop that we affectionately dubbed The Emily Elizabeth West Virginia Hot Dog Road Trip.
The array of voices here have challenged and refreshed us, both for the wit and style they employ and for the weight of the topics they explore.
Mahalia Jackson entered into respectability through the shaming kitchen door, kicking the door down as she stepped.