South Magazine - April-May 2019

Abroad and In Peril

Photographer Mark Staff shares a tale of his own harrowing adventure in the Middle East.

April Bowlby

A fan-favorite TV Actress for years with roles on “Two and a Half Men” and “Drop Dead Diva,” April Bowlby has traded the golden shores of California for the Southern hospitality of Georgia for her new role on “Doom Patrol.”

Let's Do This

The solemn tradition of the classic wedding gets a seriously fun new option.

Touring Savannah

Before tourism in Savannah barely existed, Will Green was showing visitors around the Hostess City.

Greatest Moms 2019

Southern mothers are like no others, pouring their souls into raising their children to be the best they can be. Tough as nails and graceful as swans, these southern moms tackle the challenges of motherhood with heart, dedication and love.

From GA to L.A.

Television star Nikki DeLoach went from Blackshear, Georgia, to the Hollywood Hills and brought a little bit of her Southern roots with her.

Spring Awakening

Beyond the cameras of the world as the PGA TOUR’s finest come to The Masters, there lies a city bursting with energy and ready to give you the time of your life.

Lindsey Morgan Keeps it 100

It’s a long way from Kennesaw, Georgia to Vancouver, Canada. And it’s a heck of a lot colder. For “The 100” Star Lindsey Morgan, it’s worth it to play one of television’s most badass female characters.

Thirst for Adventure

Is it possible to have a better-for-you bubbly? Check out the kombucha at Brewed SAV

The Record-Breaking South

The good folks at Guinness have been all over the South documenting the world’s biggest, coolest, strangest and most mind-boggling people and things.

Culinary Olympian

Chef Jerry Ford secured his place among America’s culinary elite by achieving Master Chef certification. Now he’s taking his talents to the Lowcountry club that bears his family name, and he’s setting his sights on Olympic Gold.

Goddesses of Color

The gentle rays of the spring sun have begun coaxing gentle colors out of the fields and meadows of the South. In celebration of this glorious return to vibrancy, we’re paying a visit to Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens.

Through the Eyes of Arby Lipman

Arby Lipman took his photographic art from the balcony of his home to the wilds of Africa. These days, you’ll find it on the walls of the Smithsonian after his vision of the world beat out 26,000 other photos for the top spot.