A Benefit for Genevieve

This upcoming Super Bowl weekend, take a much-needed break from planning your party to help support a wonderful child.


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Top Choice Events: January 19-25

We are nearing the end of January, but there are plenty of events still to come this month! Here are South’s top three choices for stuff to do this week.


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Remembering In Service

MLK, Jr. Day is coming up, and with events around the city, you have a lot of options as to how you celebrate the life of this amazing man.

By: Iesha Garvin


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PULSE! Art + Technology Festival

The ninth annual techie and art-lover extravaganza begins officially next week, but they also have workshops going on this weekend to get you ready for the festival!


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Get Inspired With Gray’s Reef

The Gray’s Reef Ocean Film Festival is making its return to the Lucas Theatre for the Arts this weekend, Friday, January 16 and Saturday, January 17! Managed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and governed by the National Marine Sanctuaries Act, Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary is Georgia’s own special underwater park.


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5 Trends to Leave in 2014

There are some things about 2014 that we will never forget: the iPhone 6, the rise of Lupita Nyong’o, and of course #normcore. But there are some trends from 2014 that should stay in 2014. Let’s not taint the new year with these trends. Keep them in 2014 until 30 years from now when some hip designer decides to pay homage to the year of the Kardashians. Here are 5 trends to leave in 2014.


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Committed and Qualified

It is hard to put your best foot forward if that foot is injured or causing you pain. But over the years, Dr. Frederic Spector, Coastal Foot and Ankle Center, has helped patients with limb-threatening injuries and infections get back on their feet.


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2014: Year In Review

Before we ring in 2015, let’s look back at some of the biggest headlines from the past year.


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New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep

We make them every year, bright eyed and ready for the promises of a new chapter. “This year WILL be the year I go to the gym three times a day!” or “I WILL pay off my credit card debt in 2015!” are often said with enthusiasm on January 1.  Then, by January 31, our New Year’s Resolutions with a capital “R” have been pushed aside while life intervenes.


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South’s Guide To Throwing The Perfect New Year’s Party

Don’t really feel like heading to the bars this New Year’s Eve? Host the fun at your house with our simple tips for throwing together a quick and painless New Year’s Eve bash.


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Serving and Caring

A native of South Carolina, Dr. David Oliver- Coastal Ear, Nose and Throat- went to school to be a pharmacist before changing career paths and returning to medical school.


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Last Chance To Skate!

Okay, so it’s not really your very last chance, but it is the last week of SkateFest 2014!


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Take The Plunge

What better way to ring in the new year than jumping into the cold, Atlantic water dressed up in your goofiest outfit?


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Bringing Innovation To Savannah

Dr. Priscilla Ross, Express Pain, is a board certified anesthesiologist, but decided to do a fellowship in pain management because she missed having close contact with her patients.


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Parents’ Trusted Partner In Pediatric Health

Pediatric Associates of Savannah takes pride in offering the same level of pediatric care that they expect for their own children.


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On The Cutting Edge

Dr. Andrew B. Pandya, Optim Healthcare, is board certified in anesthesiology and in pain management whose focus is on the community. “My goal is to always support, encourage and energize my community in any way I can,” he said.


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Christmas Traditions Around The World

From the traditions we know and love, to the seemingly odd and quirky holiday celebrations of those around the world, the Christmas season brings the whole world together!


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Must See Movie Openings

Christmas Day is loved for the gifts in the morning, relaxing all day, and if you’re like many families in the United States- going to the movies.


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Ugly Christmas Sweaters We Want Now

We may call them “ugly,” but we all secretly love a good tacky Christmas sweater. They’re extremely warm and always a conversation starter. Here are a few styles we want to rock this Christmas.


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Honesty and Care

It was not until his senior year of college that Dr. Arthur Kalman, Optim Healthcare, knew he wanted to become a physician.


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