South Magazine - Oct-Nov 2016 September 26, 2016 Site Staff FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail South's Greatest ChefsWith the food revolution starting in the South, it's no wonder our chefs are so dang popular. The Spanky's FamilyAnsley Williams, owner and founder of Spanky’s on River Street has cracked the code for success in the restaurant industry: he makes his employees feel at home. The Southern Bar CrawlSavannah is a drinking town, pure and simple. Make your way through the best bars in the city with South’s Official Southern Bar Crawl. Scotch 101Mike Owens of the Tourism Leadership Council schools us on the correct way to drink scotch. He's in love with scotch and his mission is to let us know it. Southern Pub FareA pub’s kitchen used to be limited to a deep fryer and a microwave. Their menus didn’t go much further than fried chicken wings and limp French fries. The Southern Food RevolutionThe South is in the midst of a revolution. And no, not the kind with muskets and bayonets. The Wild LifeThe more exotic the better. For over ten years, Nicole Kanoy has wrangled alligators, led a stampede of wild hogs and brought the love of all creatures to the screen. What About Ray?When it comes to understanding brands, advertising, and how businesses market themselves, Ray Jacobs seems to be in a class all by himself. His list of accomplishments is prolific, having worked with The Tonight Show, Judge Judy, Paramount, starting the most… Tytan CreatesAs they strive to be the largest producer of independent films in the South, Tytan Creates' new venture is putting Eatonton on the map.Film SouthFrom Southern celebrities to film locations, the glory of the South is being recognized in Hollywood. The South has become the new Mecca for the American film industry. It’s no longer required to pack up and move to Hollywood… Steve Penley's Soda Pop ArtSteve Penley painted his way to icon-dom, and along the way, America's favorite brand commissioned his quasi-impressionism to bring the Coke side to life. Noble MouseTwo Bahamians (one a pilot), a cyclist, a redneck, and a recent SCAD grad walk into a bar… It sounds like the setup for a joke, but these are just some of the real-life characters you’ll find at Noble Mouse—one… Tina Tyus-ShawTina Tyus-Shaw reflects on a devastating tragedy that birthed a life-changing strength within her and altered her destiny. Danielle Hicks: A Hidden TreasureIn a world full of Miranda Lambert wannabes, Hicks has seemed to carve out a piece of alt-country music and made it all her own. How to Make It As An ActorWhen Mark McCullough walks into a room, positive energy engulfs it, which is kind of a surprise when you think of the bad guys he plays on screen. But even under that gritty mustache, his smile is welcoming and approachable.… Hugh AchesonYou might be shocked to know the man who understands and promotes Southern cuisine and culture on a national level is actually Canadian. Machine Gun PreacherThe former hired gun for drug deals in cities dotted across the U.S., now wields an AK47 on missions of a whole different nature halfway around the world. Eat What You KillThe food in the South is superior to any other region of the country. It can also be said that no region of the country has seen its residents live off the land more than the South. NEEDTOBREATHEGrowing up in a rural South Carolina church taught the NEEDTOBREATHE boys about faith and family, and instilled in them the roots of real Southern rock.