From A Southern Table: On Temporary Tattoos

I didn’t intend to have all of these tattoos. When people ask me what I’ll do when I grow old and my skin starts…

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Tug Life

Tugboats — those mainstays of port life — get an up-close-and-personal treatment in this photo essay by Justin Taylor. 

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Pretty in Pink

It’s tough not to experience home envy here in Savannah, especially when so many of our houses are washed in what might be the most cheerful color in…

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Friends with Boats

Cashing in on her editorial privilege, Annabelle Carr takes the turn-key approach to life on the water. Photos by Izzy Hudgins. 

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A Year in Food: Festivals Worth the Drive

A good feast has always been an integral part of bringing people together. The only two things required for any celebration are a hearty plate…

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  A big, blended family gathers on tiny Grove Point Island, surrounded by river and marsh.  Written by Judy Bean. Photography by Richard Leo…

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Tugboats — those mainstays of port life — get an up-close-and-personal treatment in this photo essay by Justin Taylor. 

Pretty in Pink

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It’s tough not to experience home envy here in Savannah, especially when so many of our houses are washed in what might be the most cheerful color in…

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A Horse of Another

by Molly Hayden

“Horses are intuitive; they know what their job is. Our horses know they are taking care of special needs children. They are patient and understand the challenges. There’s a broad spectrum of children that are helped by our program. It’s a perfect storm of learning and healing for everyone involved. It will always be more than just a pony ride.” – Peggi Lynn Noon, Founder of Pegasus Riding Academy Savannah

 

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We toasted to the tides and the near-full moon, celebrating that the rain had finally moved on and we could snap a few final…