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Relevant Blogs and Websites

  • Southern Living– Monthly magazine based in Birmingham with articles on travel, food and home improvement.
  • Charleston Daily Photo– Joan Perry’s daily photo blog about life in Charleston.
  • Charleston City Paper– Charleston-based alternative newsweekly with an emphasis on arts, cuisine and local news.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta– Atlanta’s alternative newsweekly with local news, opinion, arts, cuisine and events.
  • Creative Loafing Charlotte– Charlotte’s edition of Creative Loafing, covering the same types of stories.
  • Asheville Mountain Xpress– Asheville’s alt-weekly, covering local news and events
  • I Love Memphis Blog– Run by the Memphis CVB, this blog is a love letter to the city, in addition to featuring things to do around town.
  • New Orleans Gambit– New Orleans’ alternative newspaper, covering news, arts, music, film and food.
  • Nashville Scene– Nashville’s alternative weekly with commentary, news and reviews of local arts and entertainment, and a wide variety of features.
  • Atlanta Journal Constitution– The South’s oldest and highest circulation daily newspaper.
  • FollyBeach.com– A resource for travelers and residents of Folly Beach, outside Charleston, South Carolina.
  • The Travel Belles– While this women’s travel blog covers Europe and everywhere in between, they also cover Southern destinations like Myrtle Beach and Louisville.
  • Caroline in the City– My personal travel blog, featuring posts on my time in Atlanta and Charleston, as well as visits throughout the South.
  • Way Into Atlanta– A fantastic resource by my friend Lee, who has itineraries from Atlanta ranging from an hour to a weekend. He’s great at finding unique things to do.

If you would like your links included, send me an email at caroline.eubanks@gmail.com. Please note that I only include links that could be beneficial to readers and people planning their trips. If you are a SEO company, different rules apply.

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