Reactions: June 20th Rally to Take Down the Flag


  Never have I been more amazed and humbled by a gathering of people than I was on Saturday evening at the State House grounds. I knew I could count on our strong, loving community to come out and support a rightful cause, but the sheer volume of those voices gathered in unison, the kindness … [Read more…]

Southern Women and their Murder Suspects

Today in 1956, best-selling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell was born in Miami, Florida. Cornwell is a descendent of Uncle Tom’s Cabin author Harriet Beecher Stowe and her father served as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black. Cornwell’s family moved to Montreat, North Carolina, after her father left in 1961, and her mother … [Read more…]

Southern Cover Girl: Stefanie Santana

Please join us in celebrating our third video in Auntie Bellum’s Southern Cover Girl series. Here’s Stefanie Santana singing “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” by Kitty Wells. Most of you know Stefanie for her enduring efforts to keep the Columbia, SC, music scene working hard just to keep up with her. Many, … [Read more…]