Word of Mouth: In This Issue
Political odd couple Mary Matalin and James Carville call a truce in their adopted hometown.
Although an hour from the closest interstate, Florence, Alabama, manages to attract clothing designers, musicians, and creatives of all stripes. Home to the University of North Alabama and the state’s only Frank Lloyd Wright residence, life centers on North Court Street, a thoroughfare with brick buildings and a vibe straight out of the fifties. But unlike so many other downtowns struggling to stay afloat, Florence buzzes with restaurants, bars, and boutiques.
Author Anton Disclafani’s trip to Mississippi revives her flagging spirits.
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Some compare it to Paris for its art deco buildings, others to Portland for its strong sense of community. But if you ask the entrepreneurs responsible for Asheville’s rebirth over the last two decades, they will tell you their city is simply incomparable. If you want to understand the essence of Asheville, head to the Pack […]
For almost five decades, Loretta Lynn has called her eponymous ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, home. She returns here wrung out and road weary after countless concert dates across the country and USO tours around the world. Her fans are always waiting. “If it wasn’t for the fans, I wouldn’t be here,” she says. “They’re […]
The buildings are coral pink and canary yellow. Palm fronds shade sidewalk cafes, and old-fashioned lampposts line the promenade. Welcome to Fifth Avenue South, also known as Main Street to residents of Naples, a city that claims more millionaires per capita than any other in Florida. As you browse the avenue’s six blocks, you’ll find […]
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Southbound magazine, the newest ancillary title from the publishers of Atlanta magazine, showcases the top travel destinations in the Southeast. We visit idyllic small towns and exciting cities in search of outstanding vacation opportunities.
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Southbound earned an Honorable Mention in the single-destination category of the Soutern Association of Travel Writer's annual awards for Allison Entrekin's feature, "Orlando for Grown-ups."