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  • Sunday’s City Talk looked at the preliminary design created by the landscape architecture firm EDSA for the streetscape on Broughton Street. Today, let’s take a look at the Florida-based firm’s plans for Bay Street. The general proposals for Broughton, Bay and River streets were presented last week in a series of meetings with stakeholders and members of the public.

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Mary Carr Mayle

Popular Scandinavian furniture retailer IKEA continues to expand its presence in the U.S. Southeast - a plan that bodes well for the Savannah area, even though its poplation isn’t large enough to support a store of its own.

Katie Nussbaum

Several small business and companies on Tybee are still dealing with damage from Hurricane Matthew, but most owners are looking toward spring and summer with optimism.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Sunday’s City Talk looked at the preliminary design created by the landscape architecture firm EDSA for the streetscape on Broughton Street. Today, let’s take a look at the Florida-based firm’s plans for Bay Street. The general proposals for Broughton, Bay and River streets were presented last week in a series of meetings with stakeholders and members of the public.

Michael Owens

Surely you have heard of the adage, “A rising tide raises all boats.” It’s something we say in the Tourism Leadership Council office on an almost daily basis. Our organization was built on that saying that if we, as a tourism community — all in our individual boats — will rise, then we all find further success.

Food & Dining

There are few things in this life that say love quite like the homey, comfortable pairing of pasta and beans. Whether it’s the simple Neapolitan soup in that song, the more elaborate but still homespun versions of it from farther north in Italy, or pasta and beans simply tossed together with a sauce, the pairing is unequaled in offering warmth to the cold and weary, comfort to the lonely and bereaved, and cheer to the sad and downhearted.