Last November, Charlotte, NC made history by electing its first African-American female mayor. Get to know the impressive Mayor Vi Lyles, today’s FACE of the South.
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.
Today, we’re announcing some fun new things we have coming up, and we’re asking you a few questions to ponder as well …
Happy New Year! Kick off 2018 with some motivational and inspiring pieces of advice from our 2017 FACES!
You’ll smile and feel energized after reading this interview with Magda Sayeg. It’s amazing what small gifts of joy and wonder can do for your community and where life’s path can lead you. Image: Ben Sayeg
Atlanta is known as the “Hollywood of the South,” and Ashley Dorough is styling many of the city’s film and TV characters. Meet this costume designer, buyer and blogger — she’s our newest FACE of the South!
Her passion for humanitarian work and food are what drives the entrepreneur behind Holmsted Fines chutneys. Meet today’s FACE of the South, Rebecca Williamson.
Fawn Weaver is a respected author and researcher, and her long list of projects based on her newest passion are nothing short of amazing. Meet our newest FACE of the South.
Mara Papatheodorou is an expert in the fields of entertaining, culinary arts and storytelling. Today, she shares her journey, gives advice and answers our burning questions!
What do you get when you pair a passionate 30A resident and author with a renowned home photographer? A fabulous book — and today’s FACES of the South!
When Randi Lesnick was diagnosed with breast cancer, it created a seismic shift in how she ran her business. Today, she’s cancer-free, and she’s sharing the important lessons she learned.