Nashville, Tennessee, is home to the largest group of Kurdish immigrants in the United States. Next week, SFA’s Gravy podcast will introduce you to Nashville’s Little Kurdistan.
Allan Benton never imagined himself in the bacon business.
Jones will screen several short films as part of a method-based discussion on capturing everyday stories in the South and beyond.
Just a few miles south and somewhere between Auburn and Opelika, Alabama, Randle Farms spreads over 230 rolling acres.
SFA member Kate Kiefer Lee shares her reaction to Thursdays in Hell’s Half Acre.
Learn more about Corinth, Mississippi slugburgers in this short film, and check back Thursday for the release of our new oral history project, A Hamburger By Any Other Name.
In the late 1950’s, fife and drum legend Otha Turner began hosting annual Labor Day picnics at his property in Gravel Springs, Mississippi.
Just off of Nolensville Pike on the southern outskirts of Nashville lies Little Kurdistan—a thriving community of Kurdish immigrants and new generations of Kurdish-Americans. Watch the trailer for our upcoming Southern Foodways Alliance documentary film, Little Kurdistan, which will premiere at our 2016 summer symposium in Nashville.
SFA celebrates our 100th film today: Blood Is Blood, a collaboration with our friends at 1504 about Patillo’s Bar-B-Q of Beaumont, Texas.