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Savannah Carnaval: Friday, October 30 at The Clyde Venue

It’s time to celebrate (safely, of course) with everyone’s favorite service & therapy dog organization, SD Gunner Fund. The award-winning Savannah Carnaval is back with a Dia De Muertos Party and costume contest to support in incredible cause!

South's #CheerSavannah Party

The talented young women of Cheer Savannah are on top of the world as they are currently ranked among the top 10 teams in their sport and being world class doesn’t come easy. South joined team #cheersavanah for an exclusive world-class performance of routines that would normally only be seen on the big stage and an unveiling of the latest issue!

15th Annual Wag-o-Ween

The 15th annual Wag-O-Ween is a family- and pet-friendly fundraising event took place in Downtown Savannah attracting human participants and their furry friends. Humans and animals alike dressed up in Halloween costumes and followed their event maps to over 100 businesses giving out dog treats and goodies.

Savannah Philharmonic Picnic in the Park Halloween Mask-A-Rade

Plant Riverside District had a socially-distanced outdoor viewing party Sunday evening October 18th, for the Savannah Philharmonic Picnic in the Park Halloween Mask-A-Rade, on their MLK Park Lawn with a special appearance by Mr. Richard Kessler, Picnic in the Park Guest Conductor 2020.

South's Greatest Kids 2020

Voting is open for the South's Greatest Kids! Vote once per day until October 29th! Winners will receive a photoshoot with one of our award-winning photographers and and will appear in the Winter issue of South magazine.

Savannah Restaurateur, Johnny Baker Dies of COVID-19

One of the truly tragic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic is how easy it can become to let your guard down. Many of us have either experienced first-hand or heard from a friend how sometimes you can test positive and…

What Make the Athletes of Cheer Savannah More Than a Cheerleader

The talented young women of cheer savannah are on top of the world as they are currently ranked among the top 10 teams in their sport. And you’d better believe cheerleading is a sport. Being world class doesn’t come easy. Workouts, commitment and talent make up this group that is known for its style & power. What many do not realize is these girls are as strong in their moral foundation as they are in their sport. Meet mother hen, Stephanie Britt and put on your seatbelt.

Jump into the fall with these events

October 24-31 SCAD Savannah Film Festival SCAD will be hosting their 23rd Annual Film Festival virtually this year. This highly anticipated film festival features award-winning professional films and student filmmakers, drawing in over 60,000 people a year.    [caption…

Spellbound in Savannah

If you liked “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil,” you’ll love the the father & son duo's new novel, “Spellbound Under the Spanish Moss.”

100 Years of Delicious Memories

An iconic brand 100 years in the making, Leopold’s Ice Cream celebrates a century of steadfastly serving Savannah with a commemorative book as visually pleasing as their Rum Bisque is delectable.

Salt Marsh & Spurs

By the inspirational nudge of Lowcountry living, this Texan transplant isn’t quite ready to trade in her spurs, but has found a way to merge two Southern styles.

South's Greatest Chefs 2020

South's Greatest Chefs 2020 The Lowcountry is known for its delicious Southern cuisine, and it's time to recognize our chefs of the South for their passion and hard work. Nominate your favorite chef for South magazine’s Greatest Chefs contest! Nominations are open and…

SCAD Fashion Show 2014

Images by Mallory Prevatt The 2014 SCAD Fashion Show took place on Saturday, May 17. The show featured extraordinary work by students who were selected by a jury and critiqued at each step of the creation process.

Dan Winters: Ingenious Iconographer

by Jeff Vrabel To call Dan Winters a "celebrity photographer" is to miss much of the story. It's understandable that people default to the celebrity hook when describing Winters' work. His style of portraiture is atmospheric, instantly recognizable and a touch…

The Inn at Blackberry Farm

Melanie Simón Photography by Beall + Thomas Photography The small, luxury resort on 4,200 pastoral acres with commanding Smoky Mountain views was voted into the number one spot in North America by the 2011 readers of Travel + Leisure. Notably,…

South's Greatest Kids

Grace Bakley Photography by Christine Hall We can’t believe the South’s Greatest Kids Contest has already seen its second year come and go. The submissions arrived again in droves, our mailbox overflowing with undeniable cuteness and charm. Now South readers…

What Now, Pete?

Janice Shay Photography by Jabberpics Vibrant politician Pete Liakakis has done everything from serve as Burt Reynolds's personal bodyguard to host his own radio show. In January, he steps down as Chairman of the County Commission, but we at South…

South’s Greatest Photographers

Confucius said, “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” That gift of sight seems to be reserved for the most discerning of photographers, and we asked them to capture their own version of beauty in the South through their…

Air, Land and Sea

Story by: Marty Olmstead Photography by: Ryan Gibson By Air— Skydiving Skydiving isn’t for only adrenaline junkies who love the thrill of diving solo. People who simply want to experience leaping to earth from a moving airplane can opt for…

The Art of Power Dining

Whether you’re a seasoned dinner meeting attendee or you’re new to mixing business with pleasure, there’s no denying there’s an art to what we call power dining. For a job interview or a meeting with a client, doing business in…