Leave My Blues at Home

  Gregg Allman changed music forever—and the longtime Savannah local always ordered the bacon, egg and cheese sandwich at Clary’s Café. For our exclusive…

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Best of Savannah 2017 – POSTPONED

UPDATE: The Best of Savannah 2017 party, scheduled for Thursday, September 14 at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa, is postponed due to Hurricane…

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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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From Syria to Savannah: Part II

Photography by Molly Hayden In December 2001, Ghassan Mahmoud* was a single 28-year-old whose thoughts had turned to marriage. His mother, Rasha*, had noticed…

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Agent of Change

by Molly Hayden

“I volunteer. At first, I did it to keep myself occupied, but the deeper I get involved in community issues the more I understand the importance of it; to let yourself be seen. I’m a person with a disability, but when I’m in the community it takes me outside of that. There’s more awareness, more action. That’s where positive change comes from.” – Jessica Mathin, Community Builder/Volunteer for Mixed Greens

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The Diplomat Luncheonette (314 Drayton St.), a joint venture between chef James Levens and Pinkie Masters owner Matt Garappolo, opens in a space adjacent…