Lis Hernandez, a native of Venezuela, is the proprietor of Arepa Mia, a Venezuelan café with two Atlanta-area locations: one at the Sweet Auburn Market and one in Decatur.
Bart Elmore, author of Citizen Coke: The Making of Coca-Cola Capitalism, spoke at last week’s graduate student conference. Listen to his talk here.
Kevin Gillespie grew up in Locust Grove, Georgia, just a stone’s throw south of Atlanta. His grandparents, aunts, uncles, and 9 cousins all lived on the same street.
On September 27, the Atlanta History Center will offer the Fall Folklife Festival with a program that features many SFA members and honorees.
Tiffanie Barriere knows how to work a crowd. She’s the master mixologist at One Flew South, an upscale, farm-to-fork restaurant tucked away at the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. One Flew South has been ranked amongst the best airport restaurants and bars in the world from the likes of GQ, Forbes, Huffington Post, The … Continued
In our latest Greenhouse Film, made by Suzan Satterfield, Atlanta-based chefs Asha Gomez and Steven Satterfield discuss their respective Souths: Kerala, India, and the United States South.
In honor of this week’s featured oral history project, Women Who Farm: Georgia, we’re sharing “She Spoke and I Listened” by Sara Wood, our oral historian. This piece appeared in our #50 issue of Gravy. “She Spoke and I Listened,” as told to Sara Wood by Haylene Green. The evening I met Haylene Green, an … Continued
In anticipation of the upcoming New South Family Supper, we’ll be featuring our Women Who Farm: Georgia oral history project all week. For anyone who’s stood in front of a woman farmer and said, you don’t look like a farmer, you probably haven’t been to Georgia. Women are the fastest growing group of farmers in the country, … Continued
The SFA was sad to learn yesterday of the passing of Darryl Evans, a pioneering Atlanta chef who served as a mentor to many others, especially African American chefs.