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    • VillalobosBrothers_Cover
      Feb
      13

      From Mexico, With Love: The Villalobos Brothers

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      From small venues to celebrated spaces like Carnegie Hall and the Apollo Theater, three brothers in their thirties from Xalapa, Mexico are sharing their unique style of Contemporary Mexican music with the world. Ernesto, Alberto, and Luis Villalobos make up the exceedingly talented group, the Villalobos Brothers. The brothers grew up on a farm in…

    • Yonder
      Jan
      27

      3 New Year Resolutions for a Slow Life

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      Slow Living Contributor Hali Issente shares his resolutions for a Slow Life… Predictably for New Year’s Eve, the clock struck midnight and the ball dropped, champagne flutes tipped back, and the conversation turned to resolutions for the upcoming year. While it is easier to reflect on what I have left behind in the previous year,…

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      Dec
      9

      The Perfect Holiday Gift for the Home Cook? Let Them Learn.

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      It can be tough to find the perfect gift for a foodie friend. Try forgoing the standard gift basket and giving a unique and lasting gift such as a cooking class. Here are several excellent choices for breadbaking, cheesemaking and even homebrewing experiences that are sure to improve that foodie friend’s skills in and around…

    • Carolina Chocolate Drops
      Sep
      16

      Carolina Chocolate Drops: Reviving Foot Stomping Folk Music From Days of Old

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      The music and vocals of the Carolina Chocolate Drops evoke another era with timeless tunes performed with boundless passion and energy. The traditional African-American string band revisits early Southern music of the ‘20s and ‘30s, returning to time-honored songs like “Cornbread and Butterbeans” and “Trouble in Your Mind.” They also transform contemporary songs into string…

    • Elkhorn, AL
      Jun
      27

      Is Elkmont, Alabama the next Marfa?

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      Cheesemaker Tasia Malakasis is leading the charge to transform this rural Alabama community into an artisan hot spot. Read It Here At Southern Living – Daily South.

    • Papirmass 1_Feature
      Dec
      4

      Gifts that Keep Giving: Small-Batch Subscriptions

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      Whether it’s fruit-of-the-month or fruitcake-of-the-month, subscription presents have become a veritable holiday tradition. Today, small artisans and curators across North America apply this age-old concept to the slow living movement, offering small-batch gifts that keep giving long after the caroling has stopped. In June 2013, Mouth Foods launched mouth.com, an online indie food store. “Indie…

    • SL History Repeating Itself Feature
      Oct
      31

      Slow Living: History Repeating Itself

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      The late 18th century to the mid 19th century in England and Western Europe marked a transition from hand production methods to machine made production. This transition known as the Industrial Revolution fostered a period of great economic growth and prosperity. New materials, new production methods and efficiencies allowed goods to be produced in large…

    • Wanderlust Feature
      Jul
      9

      Wanderlust Festival: A Celebration of Yoga, Music and Nature

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      Pair wine tasting, farm to table dinners, film screenings, hikes and healthy living lectures with every shape and form of Yoga imaginable and what do you get? Wanderlust, a 4-day festival offered in seven beautiful locations around North and South America including: Canada, Hawaii, Vermont, Colorado, California, and Chile. Started in 2009, the Festival’s mission…

    • The Jalopy
      Oct
      16

      The Ol’ Jalopy Trucks Along

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      Shining like a bright beacon on a non-descript side street in Red Hook, Brooklyn, the Jalopy Theater and School of Music (www.jalopy.biz) beckoned me in on a recent evening. Built in 1860, the venue has been used variously as a grain storage facility, tap dance studio, radio repair shop, garage, and flop house. Its most…

    • Sloss Furnace
      Jul
      21

      Metal Arts At Sloss Furnace

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      Sloss Furnace, a National Historic Landmark, produced iron in the city of Birmingham, Alabama for nearly 90 years and was responsible for defining Birmingham as a prominent industrial hub in the South during the 1880s. With its massive smokestacks, pipes and cathedral like proportions, the site is a prominent feature on the Birmingham skyline and…

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