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Paradise Beach at Lanier Islands

The Best Way to See Hilton Head Island: By Bike

A Brief Guide to Hilton Head Island's Place Names

Plan your February Hilton Head Vacation

Ready for Spring Break on Hilton Head Island?

New Years Eve on Hilton Head Island

Your Guide to a Hilton Head Family Vacation

A Glimpse At A Biltmore Christmas

Jesse Cole Thinks Differently to Win the Game

Owner of the Savannah Bananas, Jesse Cole, blazed his way through the business world by thinking differently, but most importantly by being himself.

20 Years After Midnight: A Look Back

After two decades, an infamous scandal created a lasting impression on the popular perception of Georgia’s first city. Jim Williams’ “self-defense” case has taken the form of a novel and a hollywood film.

Nine Things Only Kids from the South Would Know

We Southerners have been ribbed for years for being slow to change or backwards. In some cases though we don’t mind being slower than our northern counterparts.

Coastal Heritage Society Remembers the Battle of Savannah

When the dust had settled on the American Revolution and our fledgling republic began to write its own history, it reserved a special place for a chain of events that came to be known as The Siege of Savannah.

Hotel Indigo's Sweet Suite Deal Will Have You Relaxed in No Time

Looking for a sweet deal on where to stay in historic-district of downtown Savannah? Hotel Indigo is offering the sweetest “sweet suite deal.” Just like the city, Hotel Indigo is a blend of modern flair and old southern charm!

Help Hurricane Harvey Victims from Right Here in Savannah

The Bowery Sports Prohibition-Era Beauty, Attracts Wave of Residents

Step foot into The Bowery and something special happens. You’re no longer in 2017. In fact, you’re actually closer to 1917.

The Cuthbert House Inn

While in Beaufort, staying at a historical Cuthbert House Inn is the perfect way to experience the quaint town.

The Whitman

The Whitman was turned into apartments in the 1950s, completely destroying the building’s historic integrity. Then Steve Buckner and Bob Vardzel took the project.
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