One City, Three Ways: Natchez, Mississippi
Officially established in 1716, Natchez is the oldest continuous settlement on the Mississippi River and teems with history. From the early 1800s to the Civil War, Natchez reigned as one of America’s wealthiest cities....
Up to Bat: Five Southern baseball teams that are in a league of their own
Governed by the maxim “we make baseball fun,” the Savannah Bananas have sold out every game since their founding in 2016. Following their own eccentric brand of play, dubbed “Banana Ball,” the team eschews anything that could make the sport feel sluggish.
Amp it up with Atlanta’s smaller outdoor theaters
I’ve only walked out of one outdoor concert. The city’s amphitheaters are one of the things I love best about my adopted hometown, and I have long maintained that you can enjoy practically any concert under the stars.
3 Atlanta summer festivals to keep on your radar
The Atlanta Street Food Festival is the biggest gathering of food trucks in the Southeast. While the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival brings together renowned local chefs such as Kevin Rathbun and Ford Fry, the former is a decidedly more democratic culinary affair.
The ‘Hooch How-To
Some of us only associate Chattahoochee with a corny country song, so it’s easy to forget one of the country’s oldest and most stable rivers runs right through our city.