Cuisine & Spirits Purity in a Bottle
by Pat Kettles Pat Kettles offers a historical look at bottled water. From the curative of world ailments to the simple taste of pure refreshment, water has been luring seekers to its bottle since 1872.
Testing the Waters by Laura Hunter While a lot has been written about the impact of Katrina, the information is often overwhelming. Laura Hunter narrows in on one New Orleans family that was forced to test their strength when Katrina came to town.
Handel’s Water Music by Mike Stedham Maybe it was a crazy idea, but this music was designed to be heard above river sounds.
Sloane Bibb by Lisa Berryhill Sloane Bibb is a Gen-Y artist who loves making the art he can’t really define. He tells Lisa Berryhill it’s “Textural, found objects, assemblage, folk, heavy Southern influence…”
by Lisa Berryhill Birmingham-based author Gin Phillips talks to Lisa Berryhill about her first novel “The Well and the Mine” and her love of characters.
Scenic River Trail by Jennifer Kornegay With the direction of Anniston resident Fred Couch & Charlie Doster, The Scenic River Trail officially opened in 2008. The network of rivers is the longest such trail contained in a single state in the country
Longleaf Style Summer 2010
Published on Aug 11, 2010