Author: Amy Bartlett

GoSouth / North Carolina

Asheville North Carolina will take you from quaint to quintessence, nature to nightlife, hipster to high-end, and back again. It’s everything you’d think the famed Blue Ridge Mountains would offer, then full of surprises you’d never expect to find in this tucked-away treasure and rejuvenating retreat.

Savannah Music Festival

Savannah’s internationally acclaimed music festival is entering its 33rd year, now billed as “Georgia’s largest musical arts event and one of the most distinctive cross-genre music festivals in the world.”

Mountainfilm On Tour – Savannah

In its 11th year, this local cinematic celebration is inspired by and modeled after the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, a documentary film festival with a primarily non-fiction focus, elevating environmental, social, political, and cultural issues of importance.

RBC Heritage

The pinnacle Hilton Head golf event that needs no introduction, the countdown clock is officially running for this year’s 54th Annual RBC Heritage Golf Classic.

COVID to Clothing

Mae Burrows has been making clothes since she was four years old cutting up her mother’s clothes (which got her promptly enrolled in sewing school). It’s been in her blood even longer, stretching back to her Great Grandmother, Beulah Mae, a direct descendant of Betsy Ross, who also “cut things up to sew.”

Find Your Why

Find Your Why at the YMCA of Coastal Georgia. Not a gym, a way of life.

Everything Shut Down. Everyone Opened Up.

Staying true to format, the short story behind Larry Smith's enigmatic, inspiring, organically created, and endearingly animated book, "A Terrible, Horrible, No Good Year: Hundreds of Stories on the Pandemic,” can be summed up in six carefully chosen words: Everything Shut Down. Everyone Opened Up.

So Far, So Funny

A personal conversation with “Claws” star Jenn Lyon, whose message on health and career really packs a punch (line). The world loved the six sensational seasons of “justified”, but now “Claws” has scratched its way to the top of what’s hot, With the fourth and final season about to drop.

Celebrity Shooters

To be a Southern photographer is to capture images of a region with vast natural beauty, distinctive culture, complex history and inexplicable ethos. South presents the second of two installments of curated works from the greatest photographers wandering the Southeast.

The Southern Side of Hollywood

Georgia knows how to weather a storm and tell a story, and this past year it succeeded at both, to the tune of $4 billion. Despite a pandemic, a production shutdown and several boycott hashtags, Georgia film emerged even more electric, artistic, and profitable than its former, formidable self.

Destination Dining

From Charleston to Savannah, the coastal south has experienced a food revolution in the past decade attracting top chefs from around the country putting their expertise to work while embracing southern recipes. These destinations are worth the drive.

Play South

The South has a lock on the best festivals in the country, hands down. Plus, we have them year round so we’re never out of practice in the art of great food and good times.

Bluffton Seafood Festival

Any venture into Old Town Bluffton is captivating, but none so much as the Annual Historic Bluffton Arts and Seafood Festival coming October 16-24. Held in the heart of the charming downtown district with southern exposure May River breezes, we have your itinerary for enjoying a week “Where Fine Art & the Bounty of the Sea Come Together.”

Wag-O-Ween ‘21

Wait, what? It’s Wag-O-Ween! Oct 23–24! A dog-dedicated trick-or-treat event attended by 1000s annually, this year’s 16th annual outing is offering more bark for your buck!