Make this Thursday MouseFirst Thursday and help RSM founder Wayne Franklin turn his novel into a bestseller.Continue reading
In order to give our new readers a taste of everything RSM can be, we’re going to cycle through some of our most popular stories from the past eleven months, moving them up to the top of the front page.
In case you’re too impatient to wait for those, here are some links:Continue reading
2011 is not quite belly-up, yet, but it is contorting into fitful death throes. Soon we’ll be able to tag the toe and slam the drawer. As the final hours of this year tick off, we look back on our first (partial) year here on RSM and make some resolutions for 2012. Why? Because that’s […]Continue reading
The long first round of the Southern Sweets Showdown continues with pairings of the seven-seeds and 10-seeds. To speed things along, we’re bringing you not one, but two, two, TWO match-ups in one post! (Call now to receive this special offer.)Continue reading
We have all heard the jokes about fruitcake: “Better off using as a door stop.” “ Would survive a nuclear disaster.” “Makes a great speed bump for the neighborhood street.” “Use in the place of concrete blocks.”Continue reading
Welcome to your virtual manual for becoming a Real Southern Man.
Today’s how-to tip is sure to cause some controversy. Or maybe not. Depends on whom you ask. Although, with the way our readership has been dwindling lately, we could use a little bit of a scandal.Continue reading
We’ve written much on here about the goal of defining Southern masculinity and celebrating all the good of the South.
What I have never shared was the original germ of an idea that sparked the whole thing. That’s because, until two days ago, I had honestly forgotten.Continue reading
Through the course of running a blog like this, you inevitably begin to network with other bloggers via that sticky, gooey, stringy jumble of information that is the interwebs. We’re going to start turning you on to some of our favorites. We start today with the blog “Let Me Ask You This…” And though she […]Continue reading