South Magazine - Oct-Nov 2019 October 4, 2019 Site Staff FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Group Therapy Takes Hootie & the Blowfish On The RoadAn exclusive interview with Darius Rucker Six Facts on Gas Monkey Garage's Richard RawlingsIn the Discovery Channel’s revved-up reality show Fast N’ Loud, star Richard Rawlings leads his rebel crew at Gas Monkey Garage as they scout the country for classic rides. The Language of SpeedFrom modeling sports cars to teaching the dialect of design, Cesar Pieri is shaping the future. Starland YardStarland Yard went up in a matter of months, but it’s a project many years in the making. Raise Your GlassThe South has a spirit all its own. By that, we mean the kind of spirit that comes in a bottle. You Might Be A Comedy LegendHow Jeff Foxworthy elevated being a redneck to an artform. Hurley HaywoodHurley Haywood at the Vintage Auto Film Exhibition Film State of MindThe Film Industry Continues To Have Georgia On Its Mind Mark McCulloughWhile many dream of being an actor, this former lawyer took matters into his own hands and approached it from a business perspective. Just a few short years later, he has found the road to success. Amber Nash/Pam Poovey Pam Poovey loves primates … and other stuff you didn’t know about “Archer”’s Amber Nash. Elevated Coastal ProductionsGone are the days when a few simple pictures would suffice, when prospective homebuyers got a fleeting glimpse of real estate properties from the window of their car in a quick drive down the street. The Haunted SouthThe great mysteries of the beyond lie a little bit closer to the surface of the living world in the South. SCAD FilmSCAD positions film students for success, even before graduation. Tracing RootsDiscontented with life in New York, Trace Barnett returned to his hometown of Brilliant, Alabama, determined to revitalize his family’s ancestral farmstead. Bringing Hollywood To Small Town USAUp-and-coming actor Alexander Kane has helped transform his small hometown of Fitzgerald, Georgia, into a hot spot for the film industry. The Greatest Bars In The South 2019Whatever flavor you’re looking for – rooftop, basement, gastropub or cocktail lounge – we did the dirty work and rounded up the best Savannah has to offer. Big Band, Big Dreams, Big HeartsIn Sinatra’s words, the best is yet to come for the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra. World Class Heat!The surprising stories behind some of the South’s most iconic foods South's Greatest Chefs 2019This year’s Greatest Chefs Contest turned out to be cutthroat. With 46 entries, more than 30,000 votes, it’s clear that citizens of the Hostess City have such a passion for their chefs. We sat down with the top ten winning to pick their brains on the foodie scene in Savannah. How Customer Service Made Sysco the Global Leader in Food ServicesSysco is revolutionizing the way restaurants do business in Savannah & the coastal South Reality CheckAfter launching her brand in Manhattan, Anna McCraney returns to the south to help aspiring fashion designers make their dreams a reality. Food Show 2019Handpicked by our culinary experts, celebrate the artistry of cooking with show-stopping dishes from some of the best restaurants and chefs in town. 7 Must-Try Paranormal ToursThe great mysteries of the beyond lie a little bit closer to the surface of the living world in the South. South's Greatest Kitchens 2019Award-winning interior designers, Amy and Lukejohn Dickson have worked tirelessly over the past two decades and have positioned themselves as the go-to couple for upscale design. Check out these THREE amazing kitchens created by this dynamic duo.