Oh, sweet breeze of relief! We have felt its caress in the early morning air this week, our faces turned up like blinking Harfoots traversing the misty…
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Used to be, when you were cruising down East Broad Street, past the bricked expanse of Southern Pine Company, right across from the unfortunately named…
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If there’s any sight that sends a crowd over the moon, it’s a bride gliding down the aisle, her silvery veil trailing as she steps towards her beloved…
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If there’s anything just and good that’s come out of these last befuddling years, it’s that we’re celebrating carbs again. The pandemic turned seemingly…
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In an overgrown ditch just off President Street, somewhere between the Truman Parkway homeless camp and the stately entrance to the Savannah Golf Club…
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In the days before dropping our youngest child off at college, I was not keeping it together at all. I was definitely at peak unraveling Friday morning…
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If we’re very lucky in this life, and we eat our fiber and floss our teeth and dodge bullets and avoid the kinds of drugs that kill, any one of us might…
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Is it me, or are dogs everywhere these days? Yesterday I was at the 12 Oaks Publix and a fellow had his Boston Terrier riding in the buggy next to the…
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I’ve been in the room with Buddy Carter plenty of times, but never quite this close. Sitting at a conference table two feet away from the District 1…
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Upon returning to Savannah after spending time outside of my regular altitude (and attitude) last week, I found myself in a familiar state of mind…
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A change of scenery is always good for the soul, and this view should’ve had my spirit singing: Atop a rocky outcrop on a pristine green mountain, I…
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It’s so tempting right now to give up on social niceties and pretty shoes and cultured conversation. With the humorless people and their fascist…
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