EDITORIAL

IMG Southern from Scratch_pg.48_Watermelon Rind Sloppy Joe_RBMade from Scratch

As if dropped from a Southern heaven above, Ashley English’s tenth cookbook, “Southern from Scratch,” was released earlier this year, claiming the hearts of food enthusiasts and, well, just about anyone who enjoys authentic Southern cookin’. The success of this new Southern classic may be attributed to the progressive Continue reading…



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Full Circle

Andra Reeve-Rabb, dean of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s School of Entertainment Arts, looks around her simply decorated casting office. The office, located in Crites Hall, has only two desks, a couch, a conference Continue reading…

 


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It’s been nearly a decade since the explosion of craft distilleries in America, and with more than 1,500 open distilleries across the country—almost 300 of those opened between 2016 and 2017 alone—it was only natural for the trend to start migrating to Savannah. But Continue reading…


LAC_2018Summer_Atelier_Baird_Process_CG_0022_JJAll in the Details

After graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2012 with a bachelor of fine arts in Jewelry Design, Baird trained under Blaine Lewis, master jeweler and former lead stone setting trainer at Tiffany & Co. Here, she honed her craft and in 2015 she returned Continue reading…


IMG_0552-238aef8b-2Overnight Luxury

Monique and William Armstrong had it all in the North; Monique: a career at the United Nations that allowed her to mingle with folks from all over the world, wearing $1,000 suits and scarves; William: a flourishing career as an artist, working on films with the likes of Steven Spielberg, Barbara Streisand, and Woody Allen. The couple had two houses in New Jersey Continue reading…

 


stone stairsThe Stone Stairs of Death: An Unconventional News Source

It all started with a Facebook post in 2013. A picture of a couple walking down the historically steep staircase that connects Williamson Street to River Street, with accompanying text that read, “Says father to wife and child: ‘Why did they make these stairs so steep?’ Because they were built almost 300 years ago, f——-. They didn’t figure on you, then.” Continue reading…


jax.jpgTake it from a Southerner

No matter how many roles Jackson Rathbone plays, there’s one he will never stop playing or being influenced by: the role of Southerner. Born in Singapore, but primarily raised in Texas, Rathbone always has, and always will be, a Southerner at heart—and for Continue reading…

 



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In the wake of the creepy clown epidemic, South magazine sat down with Stitches the Clown, one of those creepy clowns scaring the South and co-owner of the Dead City Clowns, to discuss the clown epidemic, his most memorable scares, and just how scary he thinks he  Continue reading…

 


hillybillies-collageAn update on the Film Revolution, from the desk of South magazine

It’s no secret that the South is in the midst of a film revolution. For years—thanks to tax incentives and other money-related laws—Hollywood has been movin’ South and making itself at home. And while money sure does talk, it’s also the local talent and Continue reading…


issue 74 style_Part46Five Ways to Bond with Your Pup

The dog days of summer are here, but that doesn’t mean you and your furry friend can’t have fun. Man’s best friend relies on you to provide some entertainment and, thankfully, here in the Lowcountry there’s plenty of Continue reading…


CH-Precision-WeaponsReady. Aim. Profit.

Guns have always been a staple in Buck Holly’s life. From deer hunting as a kid to his nine-year stint in the Marines, there’s no doubt his fondness for firearms is more than just a passion. After years of different career choices—all involving guns, no less Continue reading… 

 


mollieyoungblood_rbc8789.jpgA Splash of Artistic Southern Style

Thankfully for artist Mollie Youngblood, Savannah has always been open-minded when it comes to art, despite its oftentimes conservativeness. Youngblood graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007 with a B.F.A. in Painting, and after Continue reading…

 


950x396_CARTIERTimeless Fashion

Time is money, so take a timeout this summer to elevate your wristwatch game. Watches should always make a fashion statement. Whether subtle or bold, fashion or function, these watches will make timeless accent pieces to Continue reading…



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TeamSouth has put a lot of sweat and late nights in these last two months in order to distill the essence of Lowcountry style into 180 pages for our upcoming August/September issue. From TV celebrities to high-end fashion designers, and even a fan favorite pup who is no stranger to the luxurious lifestyle Continue reading…


HertyPinesTake Your Dog on the Perfect Date Around Savannah

Vacationing can be tough when you’re a dog owner. Leaving your pup behind in the hotel or Airbnb can be stressful for both you and your dog. But here in Savannah, we want you and your dog to have the best experience possible. From spas to Continue reading…


M21Tips on Starting Young with Movie Star Myles Truitt 

In typical Hollywood fashion, “Kin,” the 2018 science fiction action film starring Dennis Quaid, James Franco and Myles Truitt, has proven once again that film can imitate reality, and it’s learning by imitation that perfects an actor’s talent. Similar to how Truitt’s character, 14-year-old Eli Solinski, discovers a secret weapon, Truitt has discovered his own secret weapon in real life: acting. Continue reading…



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Step Into the Past With 10 Must-Visit Antique Stores in Savannah

If there’s one thing the city of Savannah does best, it’s retaining and refurbishing its extensive history. From the well-maintained Victorian homes and refurbished churches to the cobblestone streets and Continue reading…


mrs-hope_700-533x400Four Must-Visit Psychics in Savannah

The arts of psychic readings and using preternatural abilities to give advice have been practiced since ancient times. From the Greek Oracle at Delphi to the Long Island Medium, psychics and clairvoyants have been essential resources for those who have imperative life questions or those who Continue reading…