South Magazine - Dec-Jan 2016

The Perfect Time for New Traditions

It's easy to get swept up in a drinking culture.  The old saying you shouldn't go to the barber shop unless you want a haircut often becomes the mantra for recovering addicts during the holidays. Alternatively, making the choice not to drink—amongst…

Winter in the South

winter in the south has become an idyllic wonderland that is not just for the birds. while the rest of the country scrapes ice from their windshields, the south remains a vision of lush prosperity. here are the places you'll feel warmest with the ones you love most.

Breakfast of Champions

Savannah Oatmeal Company takes breakfast seriously with their spin on healthy, ready-to-eat oats.

Shoot Like a Girl

They say it’s a man’s world. They say that a woman’s place is in the house. They say the gun range is no place for a lady. Of course, they say none of this to Jessie Duff.

Alligator Soul

This is a restaurant that’s more about the soul than the alligator. Owner Maureen Craig and her late husband, Hilary, put their soul into this unique dining spot.

Hero in a White Coat

Savannah native's passion to help others has extended to the Olympics where she's been golden.

Miles Teller

In his new film, Bleed for This, Miles Teller is all heart as he brings the story of boxer Vinny Pazienza to life on the big screen.

FitSouth: Time for Change

Resolutions can be tough to stick to. Especially healthy ones. We want to start you off with three tips that can help you now and in to 2017.

LowCountry Root Doctors

Until the mid-20th century, the Lowcountry was a hotbed of hoodoo, black magic, white magic, and highly sought root doctors.

The Grace of Jimmy Carter

As the former head of state battles cancer at the age of 92, Jimmy Carter continues to draw thousands of people.

Seafood in the South

Government regulations designed to protect and sustain fish populations have restricted commercial catches of red snapper and other fish along the Atlantic coast.

Tales from the RN

Nurses are involved in virtually every aspect of medicine. From admission to recovery, they see it all. Their experiences are joyous, sad, heart-warming and sometimes strange.

South's Greatest Kids

When it comes to cute, the kids of the South are all way above average! We asked our readers to send us a few of their favorite photos. See for yourself!

Kids 101

Kids. These tiny tykes can be silly, restless, and downright curious.