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Archive for the ‘Forsyth Park’ Category

Picnic in the Park

Picnic in the Park is the first Sunday in October and is held at Savannah’s famous Forsyth Park. This year, Picnic in the Park will be on Sunday, October 6th. Live music performances are scheduled throughout the evening at the park’s concert… Read More

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Savannah Jazz Festival

Some people operate under the notion that most of the summertime fun is over after Labor Day, In Savannah, we know that is not true. For Savannah, September means that the  Savannah Jazz Festival has arrived. For over 35 years, the Savannah… Read More

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48 Hours in Savannah

It’s no secret that Savannah is one of the best places to visit in the South, but to really appreciate all that the Hostess City has to offer, it’s important to plan accordingly. Savannah is obviously known for it’s history and architecture… Read More

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Perch Rooftop Bar

Summer is in full swing, and in Savannah that means endless days of sun and heat. But as any local will tell you, after awhile, you find ways to enjoy yourself outdoors. One of the best ways to take advantage of Savannah’s… Read More

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Our Favorite Burgers in Savannah

Based on Rigorous Science We have previously listed our top 5 burgers in Savannah north of Gaston, but because the dining scene in Savannah is always evolving, we try to update our list accordingly. Some things don’t change though. We still realize that the best… Read More

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Wax and Wane Waxing Salon

In Savannah, we believe in a good time and in pampering ourselves. Unfortunately, in today’s world, sometimes pampering can take a backseat to everything else. But that’s where Wax and Wane Waxing Salon comes to the rescue. At Wax and Wane, pampering… Read More

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Japanese Magnolias

As the winter weather in Savannah slowly gives way to sunny spring days, more and more flowering bushes and trees appear. One of the most noticeable blooming trees in the Historic  District of Downtown Savannah is the Japanese Magnolia.  The Japanese magnolia,… Read More

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Azaleas

Azaleas Mean Spring in the Lowcountry.  The South is known for its variety of flora, and few flowers say “Savannah” quite like azaleas. This evergreen shrub thrives in areas with partial sun making it common underneath trees. It is an ideal inhabitant… Read More

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Savannah’s Springtime Flowers

During Springtime, Savannah Comes Alive With Bursts of Color. Visitors to Savannah come from all over the world to admire the charm of the city. The appeal of Savannah’s historic architecture draws admiration from tourists and locals alike. Savannah’s elegant homes and… Read More

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Camellias: Savannah’s Jewels

A Southern Beauty for Over 200 Years Savannah doesn’t lack for natural beauty. A number of varieties of flowers and plants make the Historic Downtown District sparkle. None so much as the camellia embody the genteel beauty of Savannah. These evergreen shrubs… Read More

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