The Crunk Feminist Collective (CFC) is on a mission. By Meaghan Walsh Gerard.
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In his debut novel, Gravity Changes, Zach Powers, center, tackles quirk and small-town feels. By Meaghan Walsh Gerard
Nobody does St. Patrick’s Day quite like Savannah. From the dyeing of the fountains to one of the longest parades in America, this town knows a thing or two about celebrating Irish heritage. To ensure your knowledge–and your good cheer–is up to scratch, check out these season-friendly books, all available at local Savannah bookstores.
Win a grand-prize package that includes two VIP passes to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Wine, Women and Shoes event on Thursday, April 28, then stay the night at the Hyatt Regency—a total value of more than $600. Complete and mail your ballot by April 14, 2017.
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World-class guitars are not your everyday find, but Savannah's very own Benedetto Guitars is an exception. Dive into the master builder's workshop for a behind-the-scenes look at where the musical magic happens. Photography by Don Teuton.
For the full story, subscribe now for the March/April 2017 issue of Savannah magazine. Available on stands 3/1 here.
Floral everything is in full bloom this spring. With patterns that range from botanical to retro, muted to bold, a head-to-toe look evokes a whimsical charm. The more, the prettier!
Headed to Savannah Stopover? Get tips from these festival-bound locals. Photo by Jon Waits