They were one of the first families to test positive for COVID-19 in their hometown. Find out how they’re spreading a message of love and hope rather than fear.
FACES: Women of the South
Interesting Southern women are highlighted here each month. The tastemakers, authors, chefs and style icons ... women making the South the best it can be. These interviews will inspire you and leave you with insights and wisdom to use to make a difference in the world around you. Southern people are an interesting group and these women make us smile, laugh and learn.
From mask-making to meal coordinating, meet three amazing people who are making a tremendous impact on their communities.
In this special new series, we’re introducing people from around the South who are going above and beyond for the betterment of all. Enjoy meeting these Heroes on the Frontlines.
Jumping in where she saw a need, designer and “Project Runway” alum, Heidi Elnora, is going from making wedding gowns to sewing face masks for those on the front lines of the pandemic. Find out how you can join her in her mission.
The current lockdown poses hardships for those who have elderly family in nursing homes or assisted living facilities. Moe Loughran shares her account of having a parent in hospice during a global pandemic.
With a flurry of headlines surrounding COVID-19 and the impact it’s having on daily life, this special edition of FACES offers a first-hand account of how an American college student who was studying abroad had to leave Europe in a hurry.
Candice Storey Lee is a compassionate, driven and solid leader who also happens to be a trailblazer. Get to know the first African American female athletics director in SEC history.
With an impressive background working for brands such as Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, Nashville’s Claire Brandon is honoring and promoting the Mississippi Delta through her vintage apparel brand, Delta Vintage.
With a family so lovingly embedded in Memphis that both her father and his famous dance club were known simply by their last name, Paula Raiford has built her business on a legacy of love. Meet our newest FACE of the South!
Our beautiful — inside and out — new FACE of the South, Laura Lea Bryant, opens up about her journey to becoming a holistic chef, where she goes to recharge and some health misconceptions she aims to clear up one recipe, cooking class and Instagram story at a time.