Arts and Culture
December 8, 2006 -
Ho ho ho, the Holiday Season is here! If you're still looking for that perfect gift for your favorite Southerner or South-watcher, here are some ideas: Great Music: Drinkhouse to Church House Vol. 1
November 29, 2006 -
For all the talk in politics about "listening to voters" and "mobilizing the grassroots," people who have worked at both the public policy and grassroots community levels know that there is a vast divide between the two worlds.
November 2, 2006 -
The Future of Music Coalition -- a national nonprofit that aims to find creative solutions to challenges involving music and technology -- will gather in New Orleans from Friday, Nov. 3 through Monday, Nov. 6. The meeting hopes to shine a light on continuing post-storm reconstruction efforts in the city's musical community.
October 30, 2006 -
Outspoken pop country artists the Dixie Chicks continue to stir up political controversy, with two TV networks refusing to air a commercial for a new film documenting the uproar that ensued after singer Natalie Maines spoke critically of President Bush during an overseas concert.
October 27, 2006 -
Betcha goin' fishin' all of your time, baby's goin' fishin', too Bet your life, your sweet life, catch more fish than you Many fish bites if ya got good bait Here's a little tip I would like to relate Big fish bites if ya got a good bait I 'a goin fishin' Yes, I'm goin fishin'
October 18, 2006 -
Open Source with Christopher Lydon, a nationally syndicated public radio show out of Cambridge Massachusetts, had an in-depth look at the Tennessee Senate race last night.
October 13, 2006 -
One of the "big trends" of the South since World War II was the shift from a rural, farm-based culture to an urban one. And where urban areas were created, suburbs soon followed. In recent years, suburban growth has slowed nationally, but it's still on the march in the South.