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Outliers: From Slavery to the Art World

Bill Traylor was born in Benton, Alabama, where his parents were slaves of a white cotton grower named George Hartwell Traylor. It was only when Traylor was in his seventies that his work began to be noticed. 100 more words


#Fiction Friday: #Novelines from the Book

It had always been David who had made our house the kind of home the Church said a home should be—the second most sacred space, next to the temple. 181 more words

Laissez le Bon Temps Roulez!

New Orleans had been on my bucket list for a while. Despite living (and not even working) in Georgia for nearly seven months, I never made it over there. 599 more words


Photographer Captures Eerie Abandoned Buildings Before They're Gone Forever

A photographer goes where no one has gone in years. Leland Kent takes eerie photographs of buildings and homes that have been long forgotten and displays them on his blog, … 36 more words


Breakfast with full-on Southern charm: Buttermilk Kitchen everything I expected Atlanta to be

Flew in to the ATL Tuesday night with a trip through the Deep South ahead of me. But my first mission was breakfast.

A quick Google search landed me on an Eater.com article detailing the… 329 more words


Day 69: spring-hopping - the “real Florida”

Some highly questionable roads and some creative driving had led us to camp at Walsingham campsite – a free campsite in the Econfina Creek Water Management Area. 155 more words