Local Crew

Local Crew

To make a living as a filmmaker, the conventional wisdom has always been to relocate to Los Angeles or New York City. 

Home, Sweet Hope

Home, Sweet Hope

Native Savannahian architectural designer John Deering and his team update an antebellum cottage, welcoming newcomers to a historic enclave.  Beth E. Concepción accepts the invitation. Photography…

If Stones Could Talk

If Stones Could Talk

In search of the city’s secrets, Andrea Goto sidles up to Savannah’s most infamous monuments—with a to go cup in hand.  »  Photography by…

Back in Black

Back in Black

Michael Fink, SCAD’s dean of fashion, sells color-loving Savannahians on the new noir. » Photography by Tim Willoughby » Styling by Ikeda Feingold

Street Style

Street Style

Savannahians strutted their stuff at Fashion’s Night Out.  Step inside our tent for an insider’s look at the VIP party of the evening. Photography…

Off the Chain

A rollicking band of raconteurs rolls into town on Saturday, and they have stories to tell.  Summer Teal Simpson hops on board the Bluebird.

Live From Savannah

It’s Seersucker Live … a freewheeling literary nonprofit that gives local authors, poets and playwrights their moment in the spotlight … sometimes.

Enduring Style

Enduring Style

A new André Leon Talley-curated exhibit at the SCAD Museum of Art celebrates fashion’s most enduring icon—the little black dress.

Soul Survivor

Writer and stylist Meredith Gray bared her soul as she courageously confronted breast cancer for the documentary Naked.  Here, she shares her field notes…

Cargo-tecture

Local artist Julio Garcia turns a Port City byproduct into an enviable Zen dwelling and a cutting-edge example of urban reuse architecture. Photography by…