South Magazine - June-July 2011

The Trials of Superior Court Judge Ginsberg

The judge shares what he’s learned about life throughout his legal and political career. With over four decades of experience as an attorney, two terms in the state legislature, and 16 years as a judge, he’s come to understand a…

Opening World Trade

Currently there are about 330 world trade centers around the world. Savannah Economic Development Authority president and CEO, Steve Weathers, along with a large team of local supporters, is well on the way to bringing the next one to Savannah.…

Fast Food Fast Cash

Opening a restaurant is often a fleeting dream for many young entrepreneurs. But when reality hits, they find it takes months, more often years, of hard work and dedication to be successful. Many who try end up finding they’d much…

Explore Kiawah Island Resort

The golf weekend has long been the guise for full-fledged bromances or grounds for big business deals. Tipping back tall boys and strolling along the greens are ideal catalysts for easy conversation and instant bonding, but no longer is the…

The Collector

Life-long connoisseur Herbert Brito has amassed an impressive collection of Andy Warhol originals topping two dozen pieces. A constant player in the art-dealing world, he’s also owned works by Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and Frank Stella. But for Brito the…

Breaking Suit

Times are changing. Today’s modern working women aren’t confined to a closet of boxy suits and drab skirts anymore. From 9 to 5, these sexy and sophisticated styles are making a splash in the boardroom. 

The Good, The Fashionable and The Irresistibly Ugly

South’s First-ever Greatest Pet Contest is a celebration of Savannahians’s deep-rooted love for their pets. Readers submitted pictures of their animals to compete in four categories: Best Looking, best dressed, ugliest Mug, and Like Owner, Like Pet. With thousands of…

The Quest for the Perfect Mayor

On November 8, 2011, voters will elect Savannah’s 65th mayor, selecting the man or woman to replace Otis Johnson. There are already six registered candidates— Regina Thomas, Floyd Adams, Jr., Ellis Cook, Edna Jackson, Jeff Felser and James Dewberry —…