Planting The Future

Concerned father, Georgia chef and restaurateur Hugh Acheson transforms a missed opportunity into a teaching moment.

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Purple Produce Eater

I have never been one to follow the crowd (except for when I was an adolescent and spent two solid years trying to emulate…

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No Greater Love

A rescue dog thrives with love and attention. By Mickey Wallace.

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Deep Roots

Bumper crops of ginger and turmeric are redefining Southern staples, thanks to a couple of accidental farmers.  Photography by Jason B. James. 

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Come Sail Away

Even if you don’t own your own boat, Nicole Jantze finds ways to put some wind in your sails around the Coastal Empire.   

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Playing by Ear

Playing by Ear

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These days, the Savannah Music Festival isn’t just filling seats every March—it’s filling desks year-round.  All photography courtesy of the Savannah Music Festival.

Rocko’s Return

Rocko’s Return

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 From the (figurative) ashes of Hang Fire Bar, mix-master Wes Daniel is raising some sophisticated Cain. Written by Cléa Hernandez. Photography by Izzy Hudgins.

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The Pet Perspective

by Molly Hayden

“People and animals are alike in that we both have expectations, and we’re disappointed and often hurt when those expectations aren’t met. But the difference is that animals forget and keep going. They are so trusting and forgiving in the things that we do and often, especially when we are providing medical attention, they have no idea why we’re doing them.

So you gain perspective when you work with animals every day. You’re creating and preserving relationships that are unconditional and rare. It’s rare to be loved so wholly. Animals provide that.” – Dr. Neely North, Associate Veterinarian, Berwick Animal Hospital.

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