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There's a story behind every picture.

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FrankXWalker Award-winning author, editor, and visual artist Frank X Walker

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At the center of everyone’s life are experiences which shape our world view and the manner in which we approach life itself. Written by Joshua Peacock. 

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In city that only recently accepted food trucks into the fold, a natural disaster—and a handful of dedicated Savannah food truckers—proved how essential the presence of a mobile kitchen can be.

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How To Do Outdoor Kitchens   Cooking up plans for a custom open-air kitchen? Kim Wade finds her appetite in the elements. From Lowcountry boils and oyster roasts to down-home backyard barbecues, Savannahians have many reasons to dine, as the French say, en plein air. Kevin and Fabienne Dickinson have elevated outdoor dining to high art in their Wilmington Island home, perched along the picturesque Shad River. They had a little help from neighbor Franco Marra, Italian chef and owner of Frali Gourmet, who moved in next door a decade ago and invited them over for a pizza party.

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Originally Published in the March/April 2013 issue.

Take a peek behind the black curtain of Club One with the one and only Empress of Savannah.

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Professional paddling guide Steve Braden gets us into the cockpit and leads us down the trail to the real Georgia.

Photography by CHRISTINE HALL

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No one said motherhood would be easy.

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DSC_5625a At a bend in the serene Skidaway River, the Jaakkola family has created a most idyllic Isle of Hope sanctuary—especially for daughters Ava and Sophie, who make a splash in their own watery playground. Take a turn and step inside a true Southern charmer.

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IMG_0921 edit   Tybee might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of hanging ten, but a lively community of surfers and skimboarders helps J. Cindy Hill-Williams hit the island’s sweet spots. Photography by Leeann Ritch

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