South Magazine - June-July 2019 July 1, 2019 Site Staff FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The Young Guns: Ben BluemleThere's a new generation of young professionals in Savannah. Energetic, hungry and ready to take on the world, these young guns are aimed right at the top. The Southern StonehengeMiles off the beaten path in rural Georgia, carved in towering spires of granite, the Georgia Guidestones baffle the mind and ignite the imagination. The Deal MealCome in. We're Open for Business deals. 5 spots to close the deal, plus tips on landing that next client. Going Nuts for PizzaWood-fired pizzas and a semi-swanky atmosphere define Squirrel Pizza. Coast to CoastSummer’s hottest accessory comes into its own with fresh, vibrant beach towels that make a statement. All the Right MovesWhat does it take to truly make it in business? Where does an endeavor end and an empire begin? We picked the brains of some of the area’s power professionals. Uplifting PowerCoach Roy Jones has trained some of the world’s elite athletes, proving that true power lies in not what you can lift, but in how you can lift up others. Victory BusinessAmerica doesn’t care about soccer. Expansion teams never win championships. And they certainly don’t shatter attendance records. Atlanta United broke each of these rules, one by one. But what happens when a post-championship hangover hits a city of fickle sports fans? Welcome to Churchill’sThe old fashioned is new again at Savannah’s favorite British pub. The Other Side of Jekyll IslandGeorgia’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 FutureIt 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. HotelIf 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. SCAD40Founded on a dream and funded by the resale price of a used Volkswagen Beetle, SCAD has grown from humble beginnings into a global powerhouse of the art world. The Young Guns: Phillips and CarsonThere's a new generation of young professionals in Savannah. Energetic, hungry and ready to take on the world, these young guns are aimed right at the top. Walkin’ TallThe legend Shaq Diesel taking law enforcement to new heights. When it’s All Said and DoneIt’s never too early to start planning for your end of life, especially when your finances are concerned. We asked L. Rachel Wilson for a few pointers. Murder for HireIn 2009 Dr. Carl drury hired a hitman to kill his wife. Little did he know, that hitman was an undercover agent. Undercover StoriesMost of the world never realizes that there is an invisible war being waged just outside their front door, every day. These brave undercover agents of the ATF lived on the front lines of that war, infiltrating biker gangs, hate groups and international criminal syndicates, living double lives. SurvivalDisaster can strike at any moment leaving you stranded without the comforts and even necessities of modern-day living. Jacksonville's American Survival Company wants to make sure you have the tools you need to survive any worst-case scenario. Business is AfloatJeff Robbins' custom-crafted Ogeechee riverboats don't just take you upstream. They take you back to a simpler time. This Ginger’s got SoulLocal Music Powerhouse Stands Ready to Take America by Storm They Stole Him Out Of JailSouth Carolina Author Probes Into The State’s Last Lynching. High Time This HappenedMedical marijuana is now legal to possess and obtain in Georgia. Does that mean it’s going to be the next Colorado? Powerful LuxuryFor the professional on the go, this Land Rover is a mobile powerhouse.