Two poems by Sandra Beasley, from the fall 2017 issue of Gravy.
Día de los Muertos is not a trend. Treat it as a solemn celebration.
The scene at the Curb Market is the Plate Sale: Mike and Shyretha’s roving Athens- and Atlanta-based pop-up dinner series takes inspiration, in name and aim, from those loose-knit socials in church parking lots and backyards.
What are Nabs? It depends on who you ask.
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Well-told stories complement well-mixed drinks.
Certainly, there is beauty inherent in the diaspora, in being a part of a family with roots that stretch across countries and continents. But there is also loss.
Compared to famous civil rights battlegrounds like Selma, Alabama, Albany holds an unsettled place in the history of the movement.
People come from across Charlotte to eat Aunt Beaut’s pan-fried chicken at The King’s Kitchen.