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crunk feminist collective The Crunk Feminist Collective (CFC) is on a mission. By Meaghan Walsh Gerard. 

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Taking_Care_of_Business Meet Sophie Pellicione.

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imag7087 Meet Manchester Kirkland 

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Dafuskie native Sallie Anne Robinson's crab rice recipe is an adaptation of one that was passed down from her mother, who learned to make it from Sallie's grandmother, once a matriarch of the island. 

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What does activism look like?

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Savannah’s sartorial sensibilities are hard to pin down, primarily because we refuse to take ourselves too seriously. A quick survey of fashionable locals, however, reveals a few common threads: a blend of creativity and practicality, comfort and chic—all with a dash of light-hearted quirk.

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This year's Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20's collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah's business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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This year’s Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20’s collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah’s business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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This year’s Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20’s collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah’s business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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This year’s Generation NEXT conversation began with a nod to community and ingenuity, harnessing the group of 20’s collective minds for a deeper discussion facing Savannah’s business community. Get to know our winners, also featured in our January/February 2017 New Frontiers issue, here.

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