Plant Riverside District

Nestled on the waterfront of Savannah’s historic River Street, Plant Riverside District is a sprawling fusion of luxury and lights. From walls composed of sparkling geodes to hotel rooms laced in European elegance, it is safe to say there is something for everyone here—almost too much for a single day trip. The music strumming from…

Tale of Two Spaces

Savannah is known for seamlessly honoring the past while updating for the future, making it the most well-preserved city in America. Every building has a story to tell. Some of these stories are told by the people who remember, and some are told by the buildings themselves. The Vault Kitchen + Market opened in 2017…

Good Bones

Often referred to as “the boneyard,” Driftwood Beach is a relatively small stretch of Jekyll Island’s 10 miles of unspoiled shoreline, but it’s easily the most picturesque. Located on the island’s north end, it’s so protected by trees that it’s not visible from the roadway. But park and venture down winding trails and in just…

What a Gem

Local Savannahian stumbles into jewelry design and emerges as one of the most skilled in the craft, using traditional metalsmithing techniques to handcraft high-end jewelry inspired by nature. Most artists are aware of their natural talents at a young age. They’ll tell you they were drawn to the paintbrush, camera, word, or dance, and throughout…

Home Sweet Home

The courtship ritual of bald eagles is a stunning spectacle. They perform a series of mid-air chases, cartwheels and barrel rolls, eventually flying to great heights where they lock talons and free fall toward the earth in a conjoined death spiral, breaking apart just before hitting the ground—testing the fitness and trustworthiness of the potential…

High Definition

The first time Becky and Marty Kanipe visited The Ford Plantation, they say it felt like coming home. “Looking out, it was like it had been staged,” Becky says of the property. A boat zipped between the marshes on the Ogeechee River; horseback riders ambled along a trail in the distance while children played tag…