Though many Americans encounter images and stories from modern Southern life through mainstream national news outlets, documentaries offer fuller and nuanced portraits and discussions of
By the end of 2019, I could tell that it was time to re-arrange the mental furniture and start something new. The problem at the
If he were still living, Tennessee-born R&B legend Bobby “Blue” Bland would turn 88 today. This poster is one that I pulled off of a
This George Dickel ad ran forty years ago today, in the November 29, 1978 issue of the Alabama Journal, Montgomery’s afternoon newspaper.
In the 1960s, photos of Martin Luther King, Jr. sitting in the front row of a small audience were circulated in Southern newspapers, and it was
The 1977 backwoods-justice movie Moonshine County Express could easily be described as an exploitation film. Though it predated the series by five or six years,