The Deep South. Dixie. The Confederacy. The Bible Belt.
How is it that every name I can think of for this region carries with it emotional baggage? 1,115 more words
Dixie’s Tupperware Party, a bawdy, breathless and bigger-than-life celebration of all things Tupperware lands at Segerstrom Center for the Arts for 16 performances starting December 9. 119 more words
Fort Sumter was not hurled by Union soldiers serving under Major Robert Anderson across Charleston Harbor into inchoate cannon balls still in the cannons of Citadel-manned troops under the command of Confederate Brigadier General P.G.T. 791 more words
That I love beer is a given. So when I get to write about beer in combo with my other favorite things, it’s sheer joy. The first time I went to New Orleans I was just 22 years old and happened to discover Dixie Blackened Voodoo, the heritage brewery’s first all-malt beer, just a year earlier. 134 more words