Southern Living is a lifestyle magazine that focuses on southern living and culture. It is owned by Southern Progress Corporation, which is a unit of Meredith Corporation. Southern Progress Corporation was founded in 1886 and publishes magazines, books, and websites. The Vice President is Bill McDougald. The headquarters are located in Birmingham, AL. Southern Living was founded in 1966. It is only published in English. There are over 3 million subscribers. The magazine is published monthly. The Editor is Sid Evans.
Southern Living covers various topics, including Food, Holidays & Entertaining, Home & Garden, Style & Culture, and News. In the Food section of the magazine, you can expect to find recipes, slow cooker recipes, food ideas for various holidays & occasions, dessert recipes, quick-fix suppers, and casserole recipes. The Entertainment section provides ideas, reviews, and product descriptions regarding Christmas, Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, Easter, 4th of July, as well as information regarding the Kentucky Derby and Southern Weddings. In the Home & Garden section, there are home decor ideas, Curb Appeal ideas, Inspired Communities, Idea Houses, The Grumpy Gardener, House Plans & Builders, Home & Garden, and Plant Names (A-Z). In the Style & Culture section, there are articles regarding Southern Culture, Beauty, Healthy Living, Travel, Fashion, Hair, and Pets. On the Southern Living website, there are blogs and videos that are contributed by local southern writers. There are also sweepstakes and contests available.
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