Scad Style Review

Last week the annual event SCAD Style celebrated style and design by holding several lectures, films, panel discussion and workshops with some of the fashion industry’s finest. This year brought designer Derek Lam, blogger Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist), jewelry designer Waris Ahluwalia and Glenn Senk, director and chief executive officer of Urban Outfitters Inc.


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South’s Guide to Mother’s Day

Picking out the perfect Mother’s Day present can be daunting. It’s not easy to find a gift that’s meaningful without being cheesy. To soothe your anxiety, South’s got the exclusive guide for a perfect Mother’s Day in Savannah.


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The Wisdom of Desserts

Having worked in many different venues, and seeing how food is made, prepared and eaten, I have come to the conclusion that if you serve desserts, they have to be as good or better than the rest of the menu.


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Were you Scene? Sidewalk Arts Festival

This past Saturday, thousands of visitors gathered in Forsyth park to view the chalk master pieces that more than 500 SCAD students created. Take a look at some of the most creative entries within our exclusive gallery, and congratulation to all the winners!


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SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival

This Saturday, SCAD celebrates the 30th annual Sidewalk Arts Festival in Forsyth Park. This popular event draws in locals and tourists alike and has become a staple of Spring in the Hostess City. View works of art created by SCAD affiliates with just chalk and see masterpieces that match sponsored themes of Gray’s Reef’s “Best Underwater Environment,” American Greeting’s flora and fauna competition, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church’s “Where the Spirit Meets the Art.” And there’s plenty of other prizes for everyone from students to faculty to alumni to prospective students.


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Jewels & Jeans 2011

The 2011 Jewels and Jeans took place last night featuring exclusive live music, silent auction items, art work and of coarse food from the very best local caterers and restaurants. The event raised money to support America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia and specifically to provide meals to thousand of children that participate in Childhood Hunger Initiative programs.


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South presents: Zumba at Lava Fitness

The latest trend in getting fit is Latin-inspired, dance-infused Zumba. Georige Abel of Lava Fitness takes South’s Heather Myrick through an upbeat, cardio-driven class that does more than give you a great work out. Abel explains that Zumba is about having fun and finding your own style. If you’re hesitant about taking the dance class, take a look at our video and see what’s in store.


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Were you Scene? Martinis at the Mansion

Wednesday, April 27, was a day for socialization and relaxation. Martinis at the Mansion was held at 6 p.m. at Casimir’s Lounge at the Mansion on Forsyth Park. A raffle table was set up to benefit the Savannah Rape Crisis Center, and local psychic Jenny Wright offered readings. Guests were able to sample delicious treats from Gigi’s Cupcakes while listening to Greg Williams. The lemonade martini was the specialty of the evening, and house wines were only $5.


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The Sartorialist: Scott Schuman’s Lecture

Yesterday saw a packed house for The Sartorialist Scott Schuman’s lecture. The infamous blogger talked about the evolution from his simple and normal upbringing in Indiana to one of the most renowned fashion bloggers in the world. Needless to say, every attendee was dressed to impress. In honor of The Sartorialist’s visit, we captured some of the looks that people wore in hopes of impressing the guest. In our opinion it worked!


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Rest in Peace: Jay Hiers

Savannah and South magazine mourn the loss of a dear friend

Jay Hiers today. Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family.


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by: kwhitacre on April 27, 2011, 10:35 pm
My prayers go out to the Deen and Hiers family. So sorry for their loss, sadness.

Bamboo Farm & Coastal Gardens

It’s the perfect time of year to get outside, and the Bamboo Farm & Coastal Gardens couldn’t be a better place to be. Stan Gray’s iris collection is on display, the U-Pick Strawberry Field is open and a Sunday Supper in the Strawberry Patch is just around the corner.


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Get Fit in Savannah, Introducing the Square Workout

Spring is upon us, the weather is beautiful, and it is time to get out doors and take advantage of it.  Why not ditch the gym for the next few months and use your City for some stellar workouts?  You have no idea what kind of fun things you can do around town that will not only challenge you physically, but change up the old routine (or maybe even get you into a routine, period) and re-motivate you to firm up for the skimpy days of summer just around the corner. 


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South TV Presents: The Savannah Harley Davidson Pagent

Last March, Beth Scoggin was officially crowned the 2011 Miss Savannah Harley-Davidson. She went up against twenty-four other ladies in swimwear and “harley-wear” for a variety of prizes, including a spot in the Harley-Davidson St. Patty’s Day float. All proceeds from this event benefited the Muscular Dystrophy Association.


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Meet: Scott Schuman, The Sartorialist

The word Sartorial by definition means “of or pertaining to clothing or style or manner of dress.” Scott Schuman, the photographer who has named himself the Sartorialist, took this idea and created what is now a world-renowned street style blog that is highly influential and has set the bar for fashion photography. South sat down with Scott Schuman and spoke about his inspirations, his appearance at the upcoming SCAD Style, and what ideas he wants to project to the upcoming fashion industry:


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by: Wine Lover on April 26, 2011, 3:10 am
Nice article, thanks for sharing!!! WL http://www.winerackstore.com

Earth Day Festival in Forsyth Park

What started as a grassroots movement has grown into an international day of celebration and awareness, especially here in the Hostess City. This Saturday, Savannah celebrates Earth Day in Forsyth Park with the 14th annual Earth Day Festival. The 2011 theme of “Save, Recycle, Grow” is meant to encourage the community to reuse and reduce waste. With more than 100 exhibitors, the day will be filled with activities and information to help address the environmental needs of Savannah.


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Leoci’s Pizza Camp

If you’re like me, the act of cooking falls somewhere between a science and an art. While partly based on intuition and instinct, it also requires a certain proficiency and practice. Chef Roberto Leoci, of Leoci’s Trattoria, is a master at balancing both sides of cooking and knows how to turn a meal into an culinary experience. On Sunday, April 17th, he opened a side of his restaurant that you’ve never seen before. The chef hosted a Pizza Camp to demonstrate how to make one of his signature creations.


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The Simplicity of Shrimp

Here in the South, we take our shrimp seriously, and I personally think shrimp are the delicacies of the sea. Incredibly versatile, you can cook and eat them in a myriad of ways, from ceviche and casseroles to sushi and tacos. My family sometimes just boils them with water and salt, and we have a contest to see who can peel and eat them the fastest.


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by: Wine Lover on April 26, 2011, 3:04 am
Looks awesome! I love shrimp!! WL from http://www.winerackstore.com

Erasing E-junk

E-junk piling up around your office? Used cds popping out of drawers? Where do you take all that crud? The good news is there are many resources locally available to help you get rid of random cables, old dvds, and burned out compact fluorescent light bulbs.


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60 Days of Adventure: Venture Downtown

Between dining, shopping and taking tours, there’s never a shortage of things to do in the historic downtown area. Here are just a few options. Be sure to check back for more adventurous ideas.


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60 Days of Adventure: SUP the Coast

Mike Simpson and Will Rich have made it their mission to paddle more than 2,000 miles along the East Coast on stand-up paddleboards. Their trek began on March 1 in Key West, Fla., and will come to completion in Portland, Maine. But their journey isn’t simply about the sport. They are spreading awareness and raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project and SUP Clean-Up. South talked with Mike and Will to hear about their adventures so far.


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