Here are our top five posts from 2015, and why we’re glad you liked them.
This Veteran’s Day, we invite you to hear the stories of three veterans, Mike Lewis, his brother Fred Lewis, and Jared Mayhew.
Pihakis Fellow Ava Lowrey’s film Button King will screen this Saturday at the Indie Memphis Film Festival.
A native of Alexander City, Alabama, Ava’s films often focus on her Southern roots, sharing untold stories centered in the South.
JoAnn Clevenger accepted our 2015 Craig Claiborne Lifetime Achievement Award at our 18th Southern Foodways Symposium. This film, along with words from John T Edge, highlight her character and life’s work.
In case you missed it, oral historian Amy C. Evans recently interviewed SFA filmmaker Joe York for The Local Palate.
Watch, learn, cook, and remember to listen to the Gravy podcast next Thursday.
The Gravy podcast looks ahead to a story on salt, but today we look back to a story about Sandor Katz and fermentation.
Joe York film Above the Line recaps the story of rebuilding Willie Mae’s Scotch House in post-Katrina New Orleans.