Last week we explored the labyrinthine and largely forgotten history of the ancient Roman statuary that once stood on the grounds of Greenwich Cemetery, and how it came to be owned by the City of Savannah. But, like almost everything around here, there’s still more to the…
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Hello dearest subscriber! Much gratitude for your continued support of Savannah Sideways, ya gorgeous genius. As promised, paying patrons are the first…
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A year and a half ago, Savannah was still waking up to a post-pandemic world. We Rip Van Winkles stretched our legs and wiped our eyes to find a city…
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My main squeeze and I were promenading through Wright Square late Friday evening when I felt a tickle on the back of my neck. I leapt straight up like a…
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There’s nothing like rooting for your favorite team in person. Sure, at home there’s not a line for the bathroom or metal bleachers to transmit…
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I took up running about ten years ago. But I don’t call myself a runner. I don’t run very fast or very far. I don’t log miles or keep time or wear a…
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It’s my birthday week, which always has me feeling a certain type of way. One more year towards the last one, the end of the journey not yet in sight…
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Nothing like an impending natural disaster to keep the senses keen and the soul sharp. As I write this Wednesday morning, Hurricane Ian is twisting its…
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