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Day 2-5 Headed to Savannah Stopover? Get tips from these festival-bound locals. Photo by Jon Waits. 

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Every time you order one of these dishes from any eatery in the South, you are nourished by the Gullah-Geechee people.

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Written by Patricia Meagher

Images courtesy Georgia Historical Society

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Kelley The 4th grade Savannah Christian student is one of the city's stellar students. Photography by Katie McGee. Written by Sarah Taylor Asquith

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Dafuskie native Sallie Anne Robinson's crab rice recipe is an adaptation of one that was passed down from her mother, who learned to make it from Sallie's grandmother, once a matriarch of the island. 

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OnDiggingIn
Written by Eileen Mouyard Sessoms
As I type, I feel the three joints of each one of my fingers tighten, reluctant to make movement. They are tired—cranky, even—because I gripped the end of a hand mattock and cultivator for the better part of yesterday. Still damp from past rains and thick dewy mornings, the Georgia red clay soil was lenient with me—pliable and easily turned over.

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TTB-FeaturedImage The Grammy Award-winning Tedeschi Trucks Band returns to "hometown" Savannah to bestow another offering of sweet musical splendor and soul. Read the extended interview here. 

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This year's Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20's collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah's business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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This year’s Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20’s collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah’s business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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This year’s Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20’s collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah’s business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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