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Sunday, Southern Sunday

By Matthew Welden  My left hand fiddles with the button that rolls down the window; the sweet, warm air laden with honeysuckle dances in my hair as the 1980 Sedan DeVille sombers down Georgia Highway 16. I am getting that sticky feeling on the back of my legs as the sun glares down on the [...]

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Shades of Tea

By Dana Nahai 5,000 years of history has offered this world quite a bit of tea. It is considered as essential as salt for many, and we often forget its importance in this land of gastronomic abundance. People have been harvesting, trading, and fighting over these leaves since the birth of written history, and the [...]

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