South Magazine - The Feb-March 2012

Savannah’s Creative Continuum

Being a performing arts major is no longer reserved for the college-age student. Taking a lesson from SCAD, two local primary education institutions are learning that by encouraging their students to take an early leap into an arts education, they…

The History and Science Behind that Great Gretsch Sound

George Harrison and Chet Atkins chose Gretsch guitars. Jack White continues to play them. Charlie Watts, Steve Ferrone and Vinnie Colaiuta, all drummers dedicated to the brand. But even with names like that behind the business, the history of how…

On Pointe

At a young age, Alston Macgill left Savannah and headed to the Big Apple, trading the comforts of home for a rigorous six-day-a-week training schedule. Enduring physical injury and tough teachers, she says it’s the beauty of ballet that drives…

The Complete Package

Publishing maven Janice Shay negotiates contracts, art directs and does her fair share of ghost writing. In recent years, Her many talents have afforded her a few national awards, if you consider 33 a few. Spend a lunch hour with…

Table for Twenty

Savannah is known for hosting a good party or two (St. Patrick’s day, anyone?), But if you need help planning your own private bash, we’ve rounded up a great list of unique, historic restaurants with private spaces. This list is…