As part of our ongoing Southword partnership with NPR, we traveled with Jacki Lyden to Fort Pierce, Florida, to explore the stranger-than-fiction history of a group of black artists called "The Highwaymen."
The tabloid — with names such as "Cellmates," "Jailbirds," "Just Busted" — shows mug shots of those arrested every week in different cities around the country. In Arkansas, The Slammer sells 7,000 copies a week. But law enforcement says it doesn't help solve cases — it's just voyeuristic.
South Carolina's "first in the South" primary has a track record of picking the Republican presidential nominee. So you can bet the GOP contenders visit early and often, and a stop at The Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg is practically mandatory.