South Magazine - Oct-Nov 2017

December 5 1933

So, Prohibition. Was it really that long ago?  Anti-Alcohol Prohibition Parade, Newark NJ, Oct. 28, 1932   On this day, the 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified, repealing the 18th Amendment and bringing an end to the era of…

2017 Food Show: Signature Dishes

A signature dish is a recipe that identifies an individual chef. These dishes are the culinary equivalent of an artist’s famous style, or masterpiece. With each one as unique as the chef who made them, you’ll want to try every last one.

Tis the Season: Deer Hunting Season that is

deer hunting. spending time in the great outdoors, the rush behind the kill, the meat you provide for your family. if you’re just now getting into it, fear not. we break down eveything you need to know to get your first kill.

Hatching the Next Best Thing

Something is happening on Skidaway Island–something that is happening nowhere else in the state. The UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant are hatching the next best thing.

Prohibition in the South

America’s first Prohibition museum has opened in Savannah and we are celebrating by taking a look back at the history of Prohibition in the South and why we never, ever, want to go back to that again.

A Look Inside the Mind of Bobby Zarem

Savannah native, Bobby Zarem spent more than four decades in the cutthroat entertainment capitals of New York and Hollywood before returning to his family home in Ardsley Park.

The Most Haunted Places in Savannah

Savannah is considered one of the most haunted cities in America. Shannon Scott, expert in all things paranormal, relays the stories behind the most haunted places in the city.

The Road to Cranford Hollow

Hilton Head Island’s resident boot-tappin’, fiddle-shredding rock stars have toured the country, conquered the recording studio… and mellowed into one of the most musically rounded, dynamic live shows in the South.

Charlie Daniels Comes Down to Georgia

Charlie Daniels comes down to Georgia for a Savannah show Nov. 10. But first he opens up to South on his long career, his unexpected influences, and how his most famous song almost didn’t happen.

Evander Holyfield is: The Real Deal

Evander Holyfield didn’t become the four-time world heavyweight boxing champion without some help along the way. Now the “Real Deal” is trying to help others escape poverty and crime through boxing, and he’s starting in Savannah.

Episode XIII: Attack of the Cosplay

Learned in the ways of The Force, are you? Knowledge of the nerdiest corners of George Lucas’ magnum opus, you have? Take our quiz to test your knowledge!

William Mark McCullough is: Southern Made

Local Savannian, William Mark McCullough, talks about his experiences on set working across from Tom Cruise in his newest feature film, American Made. This could be the film that launches this southern badboy into stardom.

Ride with Norman Reedus

Norman Reedus, everyone’s favorite bike-riding zombie-killing bad boy from The Walking Dead, recently took his new show Ride with Norman Reedus through Savannah. In an exclusive interview, South magazine gets his thoughts on the Hostess City, life on the road, and which of his co-stars he’d throw to the zombies.

Positively Paula

If Paula Deen’s career were a testament to life, it would tell you that hard work pays off, life isn’t fair, and if you get thrown off the horse, get back on.