2013 December – January The South

South’s Guide to Getting in Shape Without Lifting a Weight

Whether the dullness of dumbbells has got you down or your energy level is dragging, South has the answers to the post-holiday fitness blues. Here are 8 ways to jumpstart 2013 that go beyond barbells.

Warriors for the Wounded

A common thread joins JD Greer, Carlos Moleda and Scott Rigsby. Each of them sustained life-altering injuries; however, this is not the most important thing they hold in common.

What Now, Pete?

Vibrant politician Pete Liakakis has done everything from serve as Burt Reynolds’s personal bodyguard to host his own radio show. In January, he steps down as Chairman of the County Commission, but we at South Magazine have our own ideas of what Pete will be up to next.

Stars of the South: Paying it Forward

Local organization directors and volunteers embrace the challenge to serve those fighting homelessness, poverty and hunger throughout the holidays. But freely donating time, our most precious commodity, isn’t for everyone—only those who are willing to give away something they’ll never get back.

The Jogfather

Some locals say Robert Espinoza is the most powerful man in Savannah—a kingpin of sorts. but after his recent brush with death, some might even call him downright indestructible.

Superfoods for a Super You

With a new year upon us (where did 2012 go?!), a whole new set of New Year’s resolutions are sure to crop up. Instead of depriving yourself for the first few weeks of 2013—okay, who are we kidding? first few days—why not make a resolution that you’ll want to keep: incorporating more superfoods into your diet. Not only are they rich in antioxidants and essential nutrients, but they are low in calories so you can enjoy more of these tasty choices without the guilt.

Sweet Ideas for your Shopping List

The South is known for its sweets. From cakes and cookies to pies and pralines, the South has a monopoly on sinfully delicious foods. With the holidays coming up, it’s time to indulge (or give the gift of sugar) with one of these locally crafted delights.

South’s Greatest Kids

We can’t believe the South’s Greatest Kids Contest has already seen its second year come and go. The submissions arrived again in droves, our mailbox overflowing with undeniable cuteness and charm. Now South readers have spoken, and these particular tots are taking home the top ranks for South’s Greatest Kid. We searched the city for the most fun places to play, shop, eat and stay with your favorite kid and found that Savannah certainly isn’t short on places to explore your inner child.

How Healthy Are We?

To get a perspective on how our community contributes to our well- being, south magazine finds out just how healthy we really are, and what we can do to continue moving on up when it comes to our quality of life, health and community.

The Inn at Blackberry Farm

The small, luxury resort on 4,200 pastoral acres with commanding Smoky Mountain views was voted into the number one spot in North America by the 2011 readers of Travel + Leisure. Notably, its service, artisanal cuisine and health and wellness regimens have made it what it is today: A Relais & Chateaux member gold-listed by Condé Nast Traveler and Food Network’s Alton Brown, who puts it as a Top 10 destination in the country.

Feb – March 12: The Celebrations Issue

Dec – Jan 12: The Mind, Body & Soul Issue

Oct – Nov 11: Food and Famous Folk Issue

Aug – Sept 11: 4th Annual Hot Issue

June – July 11: The Power Professional Issue

April – May 11: Outdoor and Adventure Issue

Feb – Mar 11: 5th Year Anniversary Book

Dec – Jan 11: Health and Wellness Issue

Feb – March 12: Health and Wellness Issue

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