South Magazine - The April-May 2013

River Street: A Feast for the Eyes

The vistas of Savannah’s River Street are one of the primary features that make it such a special place to visit. Check out South’s exclusive gallery for beautiful photos of the Riverfront and all it has to offer. 

Birds of a Feather: Hunting the Wild Turkey

Spring in the south means many things to many people. For some it's a time where evening activities take place more outdoors than inside. Some of us are thinking Spring Break, the beaches, picnics surrounded by blooming azaleas, dogwoods and…

Catch a wave with a local Champion—Josh Richardson

Story by: Anastasia Netzinger Photography by: Christine Hall As the weather warms up, most Savannahians start planning for trips to the beach. Sunbathers, volleyball players and bocce ball pitchers can all enjoy the sun and sand, while kite surfers, skim…

South's Greatest Bodies

South's second annual Greatest Bodies contest caused a heat wave in Savannah and the Lowcountry. The eight winners, four men and four women, work in various professions and range in age from their 20s to their 40s. But they have…

Air, Land and Sea

Story by: Marty Olmstead Photography by: Ryan Gibson By Air— Skydiving Skydiving isn’t for only adrenaline junkies who love the thrill of diving solo. People who simply want to experience leaping to earth from a moving airplane can opt for…

Alfresco Ambiance (And darn good food, too!)

Story by: Janice Shay Photography by: Hadley Henry Spring is a fleeting, fragile season in the South—all the more reason that we love it so. We barely have time to enjoy living with open windows (gasp—what a concept!) before the…

Steel Magnolias

Story by: Sarah Jones Photography by: Christine Hall We spent a few moments with each of the moms away from their careers, dirty dishes and running a household to let them bask in a glow of motherly love. Here’s what…

Coast Guard Savannah

Story by: Lauren Hunsberger Photography and video by: Ryan Gibson “In the event that the helicopter goes down, just remember R.E.I.R.S.E.L,” says Cory Ceikot, a rescue swimmer with the United States Coast Guard Air Station Savannah. “‘R’ is for reference…

Black Listed

Story by: Clark Byron Photography by: Ryan Gibson Just holding the rifle in my hands for the first time was an indescribable sensation. It had been years since I had held one and I had never really missed it. The…