Author: Barry Kaufman

The Road to Cranford Hollow

Hilton Head Island’s resident boot-tappin’, fiddle-shredding rock stars have toured the country, conquered the recording studio… and mellowed into one of the most musically rounded, dynamic live shows in the South.

Ride with Norman Reedus

Norman Reedus, everyone’s favorite bike-riding zombie-killing bad boy from The Walking Dead, recently took his new show Ride with Norman Reedus through Savannah. In an exclusive interview, South magazine gets his thoughts on the Hostess City, life on the road, and which of his co-stars he’d throw to the zombies.

Southern Entrepreneurs: Fulfillment.com

Most entrepreneurs agree that timing is everything. Meet some of the south's most successful that have changed with the times or hit the market at just the right moment.

Arthur Blank's Check

How Arthur Blank, a kid from New York, wound up transforming the South—a few million in charitable donations (and one Super Bowl appearance) at a time.

Introducing Midtown Atlanta's Tallest Luxury Condo Tower

In a city already known for its exquisite luxury condominiums, something entirely new and magnificently opulent is emerging. Throughout its 53 stories and 232 residences, No. 2 Opus Place re-imagines everything a luxury condominium can be for the luxury consumer.…

Savannah Bananas, A Whole New Ballgame

The man who added pyrotechnics to Comiskey Park, let the White Sox play in shorts and spearheaded the infamous Disco Demolition Night would no doubt be looking down on the modern state of baseball in the south with joy.