David Tutera, celebrity wedding stylist and host of the hit TV show My Fair Wedding, came to Tybee Island for a few days to meet with some truly excited Southern brides-to-be and other adoring fans. During his time on the coast, among other events, he attended a VIP soirée at the newly opened Tybee Wedding Chapel, at which dozens of local caterers, florists and other wedding vendors brought out their finest fare and wares for display. During the event, Tutera also met with some local engaged couples offering the lucky ones a bit of advice for their big day. The following day, he greeted and spoke to hundreds of locals who were all ready to hear some inspiring styling advice straight from the expert himself. South magazine was able to catch up with Tutera at the events, and you can check out everything he had to say in the upcoming October/November Issue! Also check out South TV soon as Heather Myrick gets an exclusive interview!
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Tags: David Tutera, south magazine, Tybee Island, Tybee Wedding Chapel
Complete with painted-on diagrams referencing different cuts of meat, two scantily clad girls used their bodies to attract attention to their anti-meat message today in downtown Savannah during lunch hour. Representing the infamous PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) group, the two girls and an older woman, who was handing out a vegan recipe guide, visited Savannah as part of a roaming campaign against the inhumane treatment of animals.
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Tags: Animal Rights, Broughton Street, Demonstration, PETA, Protest, Vegetarians
The William Jay Society’s seventh annual An Evening in Monte Carlo happened this last Saturday August the 6th at the Jepson center. Guests had an opportunity to test their gaming skills while enjoying cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and a fabulous silent auction. All partygoers received “funny money” for playing blackjack, poker, craps, and roulette, and used their winnings to enter a grand prize raffle at the end of the evening’s festivities.
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Tags: Jepson Center for the Arts, Monte Carlo Night, Telfair Museum Of Arts And Sciences, William Jay Society