Many in Egypt today stayed home. That enthusiasm and joy to be voting in a free election for the first time had given way to resignation, during the second round of presidential voting, which started yesterday.
That's the picture reports out of Egypt today are painting.
David DiBenedetto, the editor-in-chief of <em>Garden & Gun, </em>holds an editorial meeting in the magazine's Charleston, S.C., offices.
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By paying to join the <em>Garden & Gun</em> club, members can attend events like a candlelight affair at the historic South Carolina Society Hall in Charleston as part of <em>Garden & Gun's</em> Secret Society Supper Club.
Garden & Gun magazine bills itself as the "Soul of the South." In five short years, the up-and-coming magazine has amassed a dedicated following and picked up critical acclaim.
The cover of the summer issue of Garden & Gun entices you to hit a Southern road. A smiling young woman in skinny white jeans, a straw hat and wayfarers tucked into her pocket appears ready to jump into a vintage red Mercedes roadster, top down — all under a bright Carolina blue sky.