December 5, 2012 Art

“Do you know what your name means, Vivienne Grace? And why your Christian name is after my mother, Vivienne?” “Not exactly,” I admitted. “Did they not teach you Latin at that fancy Magnolia Academy?” “I took Spanish instead.” “A lot of good that will do you.” stated Grand Mere. “Well mon petite. When your mama… Read more »

September 16, 2012 Art

There’s a place off Interstate 75 South called Spirit of Choice. It’s a tavern accommodating to all walks of life. Truckers, college kids, moms and dads in need of a night out are all welcome at Spirit of Choice. This joint is famous for its selection of bourbon plus they serve great bacon. Oh yeah…and… Read more »

September 3, 2012 Art

Editor’s Note: this is the second chapter in a working novel. Click here to read Chapter 1. All material belongs to the author and may not be republished or copied without written consent. Should you want to publish this story, well please let us know by emailing editor(at)prettysouthern.com In our large family home, the intercom… Read more »

August 28, 2012 Art

Editor’s Note: this is the first chapter in a working novel. All material belongs to the author and may not be republished or copied without written consent. Should you want to publish this story, well please let us know by emailing editor(at)prettysouthern.com My Christian name is Vivienne Grace Cunningham but for my whole life, I’ve… Read more »

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June 10, 2012 Art

Inspired by the South’s most famous fruit I have gathered some of the prettiest peachy finds for your home and wardrobe.  Peach is popular in fashion and interior design right now but it is always a perfect summer hue for anyone living in the South.  Peach is a universally easy color to wear, setting off… Read more »

April 17, 2012 Art

The High Museum of Art is now in the final weeks of its Picasso to Warhol exhibit. This is the first time the collection has been available in the Southeast featuring the work of fourteen impressionist artists. New York’s Museum of Modern Art was kind enough to send the pieces to Atlanta for a few… Read more »