From the classic to the unexpected, Kathleen Purvis will connect essential Charlotte dishes to their historical moments.
This episode of Gravy takes us inside Ali Baba Mediterranean Grill to meet Mahmoud al-Hazaz, who made his home in the U.S. South after being forced to leave his native Syria.
“Anytime you look into my work and you see a simple A-frame house with a porch on it, that’s my grandmother’s house. “
Julie Weise’s research focuses on themes of citizenship and migration in hemispheric and global contexts.
“My name is Alzina Toups, and I cook for a living.”
Filmmaker Ava Lowrey reports from Nashville, where Little Kurdistan screened at Nashville Film Festival last week.
At the 2017 Summer Symposium, Zhenia will take the stage to personalize the immigrant narrative. When we talk about a changing Charlotte and a diversifying South, Zhenia, her family, and the communities they serve are what we’re talking about.
Morgan Rice, of Helvetia, West Virginia, helped save her hometown’s annual Ramp Supper back in 2015. This year’s supper is Saturday, April 29.
Wrap up National Poetry Month with this piece by Rebecca Gayle Howell, delivered at our 19th Southern Foodways Symposium.