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Three stunning hotels across the Southeast worth checking into
A short list of the best new places to stay, including glamorous yurts, polished inns, and the largest treehouse resort in the world.
Out of Africa: Nashville, Tennessee’s Downtown Presbyterian Church
In Nashville, country music is religion, and while famed concert halls like the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry may draw more disciples than this historic house of worship, the city’s Downtown Presbyterian Church—just a two-minute walk from the Ryman—is an icon in its own right.
Always in Season: A closer look at the Lodge Cast Iron skillet
Discover the origins of this Southern kitchen essential
5 spectacular light shows courtesy of Mother Nature
Thanks to its next-to-nonexistent level of light pollution, this remote park at the entrance of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is one of the best places in the country to stargaze.
Beyond Broadway: A honky-tonk-free guide to Nashville
Break free of the city’s rowdiest thoroughfare and get to know greater Nashville, in every sense of the word.
Four easy weekend trips just across the Georgia state line
Sure, you can fly from Atlanta to almost anywhere in the world. but we’re loving these easy weekend road trips just over Georgia’s state line.
Lucky Duck: The Peabody Hotel Duckmaster gives us a bird’s eye view of Memphis
The Peabody Hotel truly keeps its ducks in a row. Each morning at 11, its five resident North American mallards depart their “Royal Duck Palace” on the hotel’s rooftop and waddle to the elevator, riding it down a dozen floors until the doors open to reveal a red carpet lined with guests.
An Atlanta-based architect and furniture designer team up to create a floating glass mountaintop retreat
The key rule in creating this ridgetop guest house at Tennessee’s Blackberry Farm residences: Don’t impede the view. Architect Keith Summerour collaborated with furniture designer Skylar Morgan to create the wood, metal, and glass abode.
Where to eat, sleep, and shop in the twin cities of Bristol, Tennessee, and Bristol, Virginia
“Bristol: A good place to live,” proclaims a giant glowing sign arching over State Street. In 1921, citizens of Bristol, Tennessee, and Bristol, Virginia, voted for the modest slogan.
Why design enthusiasts should visit Nashville and High Point
Tennessee and North Carolina have always offered fun, drivable getaways for Atlantans. For design enthusiasts, Nashville and High Point now offer new reasons to visit.