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Don’t judge a book by its cover; don’t knock it before you try it; take a “No, thank you” bite – whatever idiom you need to use, use it: you need to get this Kalimotxo concoction from Spoon Fork Bacon in your belly. Maybe it sounds like something that originated from running out of mixers or enough liquor – we’re talking about red wine and Coke, after all – but thank goodness someone tried… read more

Herring Paints the South

Clint Herring’s beautiful watercolor paintings may require some convincing before you realize they’re not photographs. Inspired by the architecture and quiet places of the South, we think he’s truly mastered the art of watercolor painting – and we’re not the only one who notices. Herring’s works of art are featured in a slew of museums and galleries throughout the Southeast, and he continues to create rich, history-filled paintings that strike a chord of… read more

Knock knock, local food

Boxed shipments to your door are pretty trendy these days, and it seems that companies are growing wise to the convenience and customization. We just like that we don’t have to get up off the couch to enjoy good things. “Local” and “delicious” are two words that tend to go hand in hand when it comes to food, and Box South is looking to make eating local a part of your everyday… read more


the craft of brotherhood

Beautiful transformations happen at Lamon Luther. Salvaged wood becomes exquisite pieces of furniture, and once-broken and hopeless men metamorphose into skilled artisans with dignity and purpose. This is the story of those craftsmen and the reclaiming of their futures.    


Ice Cream, All Grown Up

Chances are, you’ve experienced some sort of alcoholic ice cream – Bailey’s Irish Cream over vanilla ice cream, perhaps – but what about an actual ice cream cocktail or beer? That’s exactly what the folks at The Ice Cream Bar are making just for you. With flavors like Brown Ale Chip and Honey IPA, and an alcohol content ranging from 1.0%-3.2%, you can kick back with a cold one in an entirely new… read more

Sun-Damaged Locks, No More

After days spent sun bathing or splashing in the pool, your hair color can take a serious hit from UV and chlorine damage (and no, we’re not just talking about blondes turning green). Fortunately, there are several products and methods available to prevent and repair sun-damaged hair color. In particular, we’re loving Biolage COLORLAST Shine Shake by Matrix. It seems to maintain color tone and shine no matter what you… read more

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