Author: Kelly Heitz

Optim Health Opens New Surgery Center

Savannah just upped its medical game. The Optim Surgery Center presented it's newly renovated and expanded premier orthopedic ambulatory surgery center to the community yesterday with a ribbon cutting ceremony and cocktail reception.  “We are thrilled to present our enhanced…

Find Out The Winners of Our 9th Annual DineSouth Event

Mission Accomplished! South magazine is proud to say that we raised over $5,000 for the Rape Crisis Center and managed to pull off the Greatest Culinary Event of the Year. To put on an awesome event like DineSouth, you need help…

The 9th Annual DineSouth Was a Culinary Success

We didn't know if we could pull it off. Hurricane Matthew swept in two weeks ago and dampened our beautiful DineSouth dreams. We were forced to reschedule our most popular event at the last minute. Could we really pull a…

The Southern Bar Crawl

Savannah is a drinking town, pure and simple. Make your way through the best bars in the city with South’s Official Southern Bar Crawl.

9 Reasons to Attend the 9th Annual DineSouth

Aside from being a culinary carousel showcasing the South's best restaurants, dishes, food creativity, and culture, DineSouth is a party; and one of the best ones of the year at that. There is so much fun and excitement around every corner…

Southern Pub Fare

A pub’s kitchen used to be limited to a deep fryer and a microwave. Their menus didn’t go much further than fried chicken wings and limp French fries.

5 Essential Apps for Your Inner Foodie

With this whole “food revolution” going down, you need the right tools to keep you up to date and in the know about all the latest restaurants, bars, and hotspots in town.   So your phone is now a calculator,…

North vs. South: The Ultimate Foodie War

What kind of sandwich, soups, even tea you prefer call all show your true allegiance. So who does it better, the north or the south? We might be a little biased, but we think it’s clear. Bagels vs. Biscuits Bagels…

One Trained Up Canine

Bruno is taking the phrase “man’s best friend” to a whole new level. At 11 years old, this Black German Shepherd has lived a fuller and more accomplished life than most humans. Bruno can sniff out bombs, chase down enemies…

Never Forget

Never forget: For the past fifteen years these two words have been tattooed on Americans’ hearts as we remember the thousands of victims from the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Dining in Style

Among Savannah's ever-changing foodie scene are a few elite establishments that exude style from top to bottom.

Guide to 4 of the Best Whiskey the South Has to Offer

As the South's favorite spirit, whiskey can be enjoyed numerous ways. Here are the high-end brands and flavors you should be enjoying this summer.  Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond Part of the Old Forester Whiskey Row Series, Old Forester…

6 Reasons to Run the JCB MudFest

Don't underestimate the power of a little mud. When you're wading through thick, muddy goodness you're adrenaline gets going, your heart gets pumping, and you'll feel more alive than you ever have before. If you're on the fence about signing up…

There's a New Sheriff in Town

Sheriff John Wilcher. As both a navy veteran and lifelong Chatham County resident, the newly elected sheriff has a passion and outlook for the job that you won't find anywhere else.

Welcome to the Island Life

ON TWO OF GEORGIA’S FAMED GOLDEN ISLES SITS THREE VACATION CLUBS THAT WERE ONCE SOME OF THE MOST EXCLUSIVE IN THE WORLD. TODAY THEY ARE LUXURY RESORTS VISITED BY EVERYONE FROM A-LIST CELEBRITIES TO FAMILY REUNION GROUPS   THE CLOISTER…

The Lowcountry Idol

A young artist from a Southern city, in this case a musician from Beaufort, wants to “make it big.” That’s what drives Lee Jean, Jr., the 16-year-old Bluffton singer who is making waves on the final season of American Idol.

The Story of the Chicken Finger

To get the real story of how the beloved chicken finger was invented, you have to go back farther than 40 years to when Alben Yarborough, Ansley Williams, and Dusty Yarborough were kids growing up in the tiny town of Thomaston, Ga.