South Magazine - Jan-Feb 2018

3 Go-to Dinner Spots

Ah, Wednesday! We are just half way through the work week and I know we are all thinking about the weekend. That spell of warm weather brought along spring fever (have you started your spring cleaning yet?) and it's time…

March of Dimes Shamrock Run 2018

  Kick off the St. Patrick's Day festivities in Savannah by joining us for the 26th annual March of Dimes Shamrock Run 5K! The Shamrock Run is fun for all ages and includes a Kids Run prior to the start of the…

The Hospice Doctors of PruittHealth

Pruitt Health Hospice  Drs. Michael Cohen and Thomas Moriarity are the leading doctors at PruittHealth Hospice.  Together they lead a team of registered nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, clergy and volunteers to provide the ultimate care for their patients.  PruittHealth…

Savannah Lip Sync Battle

Presented by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the 2nd Annual Savannah Lip Sync Battle Championship!

An Act of Love

A young boy from Guatemala was destined to live a life of pain until a group of doctors from Savannah stepped in to make a difference.

When Tragedy Strikes

You’re out to dinner with your family and the man at the table next you to starts choking. You’re walking into the mall and you notice a woman on the ground who is unconscious, would you know what to do?


Christina Minnish has spent 15 years dealing with the aftermath of her own sexual assault. Now she’s ready to end her silence, using her voice to help others who can't use theirs.


For everyone reading this, there is a time and a place where the final chapter of your story will be told, you will breathe your last and you will move on.

Dr. Hot Rod

Dr. Ronald Finger is famous in these parts as being one of the best plastic surgeons in the south. Few people know him as Ron the Race Car Driver.

The Hunt

When the pavement meets the dirt, you know you’re heading in the right direction. Tucked away, just 25 miles from Savannah in Midway, Georgia, sits a place that's sure to send you back in time.

Husk Savannah

Sean Brock’s four-city celebration of Southern cuisine comes to Savannah.

Power Nurses

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 strange -- sometimes in a single day.

South's Greatest Kids

Your hearts are about to melt when you take a look at how precious the kids of the South really are.

Time for a Change

The new year is always the best time to start fresh and begin new and healthier ways of living. These professionals make it their business to keep us southerners in shape both mentally and physically.

Scenic Routes

While much of the country is confined to the horror of the treadmill for the winter months, this is the best time of year to get out and explore the South on foot.

Farm to Table

Once thought of as simply a fad, Farm to Table has come to serve as a rallying point for conscious consumers, restaurateurs, and family farmers eager to bring food back to its roots.

Boo Hags

Savannah is considered one of the most haunted cities in the states, attracting millions of of curious and inquisitive folks from all over. South reveals the inside scoop on the blue painted houses seen throughout the city.

Jeremy & Clay - 2 Cool Cats

Both music lovers since childhood, they have joined forces in The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra, taken the show around America, and now have big plans for their band, which just entered its 15th year.

Bobby Deen Comes Clean

He’s positioned himself as the first family of Southern food’s resident health nut. But it wasn’t always that way. For Bobby Deen, the long road back from addiction and overeating began within.

New Issue Out Now!

Our January/February 2018 issue is now available! Find out where to buy your copy here!          

Savannah's Prohibition

We’re talking about Prohibition. No, not that terrible time in history, but the new bar and restaurant that opened up on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

A Rabbi Walks Into a Bar...

Rabbi Robert Haas is many things to many people. He’s a community leader, a beacon of hope, a mediator, a husband, a father, and oh yeah…a stand-up comedian.