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The Halsey Institute is housing Southbound, a photography exhibit about the New South. This article takes a deep dive into some of the artists featured.

If you're in the mood for a classic rock-and-roll show, check out Lucero at the Charleston Pour House on Tuesday.

Read the new novel, Rush, by southerner Lisa Patton before she stops in Charleston to talk about her book.

A couple years ago one of my closest friends died over the Martin Luther King Day weekend.

So far this has been a really exciting year for many reasons. One of them for me is the fact that UNC has been playing basketball at a high rate.

Despite the large amount of pain I'm in, the fact that I have to meet with my vascular doc again in Charleston, I have to say, this was the greatest Christmas I've ever had. I hope you, good reader, had a really nice one as well. I'll see you in 2016.

What do football, the Quran, and an atheist wedding officiant have in common? This Deep South wedding in Memphis, Tennessee.

Mike Grabman takes a road trip across the Southern United States along with his wife and child.

Despite some rude and clueless audience members, Justin Townes Earle managed to charm the crowd at the Charleston Music Hall Sunday night.

The Robert Cray Band teamed up with John Hiatt and The Combo for a night of great American music at the PAC

In my theory, President Obama is to the Miami Heat as Governor Romney is to the LA Lakers. Here's a breakdown of my logic, as well as an early prediction for the outcomes of both

Devin's half-year wrap-up of music deaths got us feeling a little nostalgic—for the Beasties, the Bee Gees, and diva Donna Summer (may she finally find a little of that hot, hot pasta...)

Less than halfway through the year we've lost two-dozen musical greats... Rock and roll heaven is filling up fast in 2012

I had the pleasure of publishing a column on John Brannen recently. John is shooting the film right now for his movie Midnight Rain, which I also hope to cover, minus mosquitoes and alligators