Author: Therra Gwyn Jaramillo

Quitting Is Not An Option

Jason Redman was a teenager when he decided he wanted to be a Navy SEAL.  He grew up with stories of both grandfathers in World War II.…

A Tale of Two Characters

No, you’re not imagining things. That is Forrest Gump on a downtown trolley, politely inquiring “Is this seat taken?” And yes, that is everyone’s favorite high-seas trickster, Captain Jack Sparrow, carousing at…

Get your Kicks at Eclipse

Not your average party palace, this newly opened three-level bar and eatery with a game room offers myriads of ways to have a good time. If you like…

Southern-Made: Life is Beauty Full

Trends may change but Southern style is both rooted in tradition and blooming in the present. A sense of well-being grows with home goods and beauty products inspired by Mother Nature. 1. The Eyes Have It This rich eyeliner pencil…

Time in a bottle

It takes generations of cellar masters to create one decanter of a Rémy Martin Louis VIII Cognac. Those who begin and carefully cultivate the cognac will never taste the final fruit of their…

Movin’ South: So Long St. Louis, Hello Sav!

Gene Dobbs Bradford, the new executive director for The Savannah Music Festival, had never been to coastal Georgia before joining the nonprofit arts organization last year. After heading up…

Welcome Home

The expansive home sits on Lake Clara in exclusive Ford Field & River Club, built on the site of the Antebellum Richard Plantation, once the winter home of auto magnate Henry Ford.…