Band of the Week: Blood On The Harp

Blood on the Harp A fiddle, a stand up bass, acoustic guitars, keys – Blood on the Harp states simply that their rustic mountain music tunes are about death. I can imagine that this time of year is when they feel most inspired–the coming dreary days, the falling leaves and the general spookiness in the air – Read more about Band of the Week: Blood On The Harp[…]

Fall 2016 Light Jackets

In the South, we’re lucky to not have to deal with bitter cold, usually, ’til ’round January. Unless you live up on top of a mountain, you don’t need a heavy coat for the latter part of the year. Below are just a few ideas to keep the crisp autumn breeze from making it’s way Read more about Fall 2016 Light Jackets[…]

Men’s Fall/Winter Fashion

Though the leaves are in a display of vibrant colors many days this time of year are crisp and grey and you’re going to want to dress to match these earthy hues of Autumn in The South. Flannel and plaid don’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon and looks that originated in the 70s Read more about Men’s Fall/Winter Fashion[…]

Best Places in the Southeast for Eco Tourism

Cumberland Island, Georgia For a state with a population pushing 10 million Georgia has one the least developed coast lines in the country, which means it is a great place to take in the great outdoors. And upon this coast there is no better place to do that than Cumberland Island. Accessible only by boat, Read more about Best Places in the Southeast for Eco Tourism[…]

Photo Album – December 2014

Hoping to get some great shots of fall foliage, I traveled to the rolling hills of Northwest Georgia. Unlike Atlanta though, where I live, most of the leaves were already gone. It does get a few degrees colder in this part of the state than it does in Atlanta – that’s my only explanation. I Read more about Photo Album – December 2014[…]

Fall Festivals around the Southeast

Moonshiners Reunion Festival in Campobello, SC This annual celebration of the moonshining days of the 30’s and 40’s starts Thursday October 2nd and runs through Saturday, October 4th. The inspiration for this festival is local musician Barney Barnwell who was inspired to write a number of songs based the stories he was told. He was Read more about Fall Festivals around the Southeast[…]