New In Legends…

Highlights...

The One That Got Away – Refuge in the Luckiest Fishing Village in the World

The One That Got Away – Refuge in the Luckiest Fishing Village in the World Photography by Arturos Studio Well before the day broke, Stanley Boggan and his friends clamored with giddiness as they walked ... Read More

Farm to table – The Charm of La Provence

Farm to table  – The Charm of La Provence By Meghan Holmes Photographs by Chuck Cook Late summer in southern Louisiana means heavy afternoon rains coupled with high humidity – ideal conditions for chanterelle mushrooms to grow in dense, ... Read More

Settlements, Wines and History

Settlements, Wines and History Story by Meghan Holmes Photographs by Marianne Todd It was a culinary trip, both in space and time, of histories ... Read More

In the Shadows of the South – Haunted Mississippi

In the Shadows of the South  – Haunted Mississippi Photography by Marianne Todd, Michael Barrett and Chuck Cook A shadowy grandma rocks in her chair, seen through a window ... Read More

Swamp things – Preserving Louisiana’s wetlands, one bag at a time

Swamp things  – Preserving Louisiana’s wetlands, one bag at a time Patti Dunn has worked in the textile industry for 10 years, but she’s never done anything quite like Tchoup Industries.  ... Read More

Planes, trains and mega-buses – The return of the Golden Age of Travel

Planes, trains and mega-buses – The return of the Golden Age of Travel Story by Chris Staudinger Planes Keith Sisson does not like 21st century air travel, and he spares no agony listing ... Read More

A sanctuary for wolves

A sanctuary for wolves Photographs by Marianne Todd The wolves are most active in the morning, before the sun cuts through the hills of Etta with its heat. Six wolves, mixtures of Gray, Timber ... Read More

Featured Music...

Almost Legal: The Kudzu Kings celebrate 20 years as Mississippi’s house band

Almost Legal:  The Kudzu Kings celebrate 20 years as Mississippi’s house band Story by Tom Speed Photographs by Joe Worthem A circus-like spectacle is a fitting atmosphere for the Oxford-based country rock ... Read More

David And The Giants

David And The Giants Photography By Candra George The classic rock virtuosos that rocked the southeast during the 1960s and ‘70s, opening for acts ... Read More

The King Biscuit Blues Festival – A spectator’s guide

The King Biscuit Blues Festival – A spectator’s guide By Diane Donnelly Headlining the 2014 King Biscuit Blues Festival: Roy Rogers & the Delta Rhythm Kings, featuring special guest ... Read More

Paul Thorn – Too Blessed to be Stressed

Paul Thorn – Too Blessed to be Stressed A review, by Dudley Tardo Paul Thorn’s 13th release possesses a vision of universal truths with a singular purpose – ... Read More

Brews, Blues & BBQ

Brews, Blues & BBQ By Meghan Holmes People describe the water in Destin, Fla., as emerald green, and sometimes that’s true. The color is ... Read More
Morgan Freeman

Morgan Freeman

“I enjoy reading your beautifully constructed magazine for both news and interesting stories...
I pick one up every time I’m at Ground Zero in Clarksdale.”

Top