Peggy Webb opened her house to diners in 1961, setting up a small buffet in the hallway and a dining room with community seating. More than 50 years later, customers still fix their own plates and pay for their meal by leaving cash in a basket on the table.
A Derby Day Potluck
A brief glimpse into the unique horse-racing culture found at the Jot 'Em Down Store in Lexington, Kentucky.
A Gift: The Neighbor’s Field
A short documentary about 2018 Egerton Prize winner The Neighbor's Field
A Visible Tapestry: In the Studio with Lina Puerta
This short docs profiles artist Lina Puerta and the inspiration behind her symposium installation, From Field to Table:…
Head to Northport, Alabama, where you’ll meet George Archibald Jr., his sister Paulette Washington, and her son Woodrow…