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Dope Black Chef: Sean Freeman

Examine the culinary career of executive chef Sean Freeman and you’ll see that taking the reins at the common after serving as executive chef at Ordinary Pub isn’t just a move from one kitchen to the other. It’s a validation for more than a decade of hard work and learning.

Art of Sprezzatura

Sprezzatura is an Italian word coined by Renaissance author, Baldassare Castiglione, in ‘The Book of the Courtier’. Castiglione took 20 years to write the book and it was published just before he died in 1558. He defined sprezzatura as “art which does not seem to be an art.” In other words, when you act and live your life naturally, seemingly effortlessly with a certain nonchalance; a joie de vie, or to stick with today’s Italian tema, a gioia della vita. This morning’s M5T was written with sprezzatura with a nod to the art of living as such.

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.

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.

"Monday 5 Things" with D. Paul Graham.....Eruption.....

.....Eruption..... The passing of Eddie Van Halen last week gave me pause to reflect on not only the artistic brilliance of a true guitar virtuoso but also music from the 70’s and 80’s.This morning’s M5T is a lighthearted look at songs from the 70’s and 80’s that may have different meanings to us today than we may have considered when we first heard the songs four to five decades ago…which seems to be a kinder, gentler way to say we are flirting with almost a half century since we first heard some of these songs!

Why you shouldn't be putting off your breast cancer screening

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and although we are in the midst of a pandemic, it is important to stay on top of our regular health visits. South magazine talks with Dr. Christa Jillard of SouthCoast Health about the importance of continued breast cancer screening in a pandemic.

"Monday 5 Things" with D. Paul Graham

.....Just Be..... I spent three days in the Blue Ridge mountains photographing over 50 classic air-cooled Porsches at the 2020 Targa Carolina event in Little Switzerland, NC. Each morning started with a brilliant sunrise illuminating fog and cloud shrouded valleys between the mountains. Each evening finished with a full moon rising whilst dining and laughing with old and new-found friends. We started on Route B. We spent each hour of each day just being in the moment. Those ‘Be’s’ inspired this morning’s M5T.

"Monday 5 Things" with D. Paul Graham

Monday 5 Things…..The Most Tragic Poet….. Aristotle (that philosopher guy who was a student of Plato, taught Alexander the Great in Macedon, and wrote some rather light reading material on metaphysics, poetry, theater, science, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, etc., etc.,…

Start your day with Springbok coffee

South reviews this Charleston-based company to bring good news to Lowcountry coffee lovers: small-batch, artisan coffee that actually packs rich flavor.

"Monday 5 Things" with D. Paul Graham

Monday 5 Things…..Moments….. I had the privilege to be on a shoot last week in Asheville. Cooler temperatures were a welcome respite from Savannah humidity. Yesterday, rather than rushing home, I turned what should have been a 5-hour drive into…

The Health and Wellness Issue Has Arrived!

Be one of the first to read our newest issue that features all the best in fitness, nutrition and health care. Buy now at these exclusive preview locations*.  Ever wonder how Tom Berenger spends his free time, which southern doctors…

Greatest Kids 2019

This year’s greatest kids spent the day at Oatland Island Wildlife Center and Bogey’s mini golf while they told us about their silliest stories, favorite foods, and hidden talents.

Seeking Peace

With the constant demand and drain on our attention, it’s natural to wish for stillness, a getaway that lets you get away not just physically but spiritually — a retreat for the soul. And it’s here, just 30 minutes east of Atlanta, at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit.

Savannah For Morons

The Moron Brothers, John Brennan and Dan Gilbert, give Savannah’s history an irreverent twist.

The Other Side of Jekyll Island

Georgia’s first brewery, last shipment of slaves and first integrated beach. The first transcontinental phone call. And a clandestine meeting of the wealthy and powerful that laid the groundwork for the Federal Reserve.

Fueling the Future

It may seem like it’s all gasoline and fried chicken, but the technological and psychological underpinnings of Parker’s Kitchen are quietly revolutionizing the industry.

Richard Kessler is Mr. Hotel

If you’re familiar with Savannah in the slightest bit, you’ll soon learn that many people who are born here find it hard to ever leave. No matter how worldly, how successful or how powerful, something draws them back. Entrepreneur and luxury hotelier Richard Kessler is one of those people.