Villa Savannah, a fixture on Broughton Street for the past decade, is getting ready to close up shop — but, officials hope, only temporarily.
Katie Martin/Savannah Morning News Dean Caldarelli, CEO of Villa Savannah, stands in his Broughton Street store Wednesday. The store, which sells high-end home furnishings along with clothing and accessories, will close in September after a decade.
If you need a growler refill of cold beer to cool off from the Savannah heat make sure to do it before July 27 — The Beer Growler located at 102 E. Liberty St. announced via Facebook on Friday that it would close its doors at month’s end.
Elizabeth Williams, manager at The Beer Growler Savannah, stands alongside the bar Monday at the store on Liberty Street. The store announced last week that it will close July 27 after being open for just more than two years. - Katie Martin/Savannah Morning News
Entering its seventh year, Geekend brings together developers, marketers, entrepreneurs and everything in between for a three-day conference packed with panel discussions, interactive workshops and more than two dozen speakers from Oct. 15-17.
International retailer H&M is making Savannah its newest home thanks to Ben Carter and his $75 million historic restoration project on Broughton Street.
Katie Martin/Savannah Morning News Crews work on the four-story Broughton Street building Thursday that will house international retailer H&M. The store is set to open next June, according to developer Ben Carter.
Savannah just got a little boozier. On Wednesday, State Bill 63, also known as the Beer Jobs Bill, updating Georgia’s post-prohibition-era beer laws, went into effect, which is good news for Savannah area breweries and craft beer geeks across the state.
Ian Maule/ Savannah Morning News Eric Burnett helps a group select which type of beer to sample during a tour at Southbound Brewing Company in Savannah on Thursday..
Those are the words that 26-year-old Molly Hatch and her sister, Emma, 27, use to describe their one-of-a-kind storefront, Appreciation Society, in Savannah’s Starland District.
Photos by Ian Maule/Savannah Morning News- Molly and Emma Hatch pose for a portrait in their store, Appreciation Society, in Savannah on June 16. The sisters were inspired to open the store after living in New York City.
If you’ve wondered what it’s like to live like celebrity chef Paula Deen, now’s your chance to cook in her kitchen, relax with a game of croquet on her personal court or fish in a private half-acre pond — if you have $12.5 million plus an additional $29,000 a year for property taxes.
Photo courtesy of Paula Deen Ventures Paula Deen recently listed her 14,500 square-foot Wilmington Island home on the market for $12.5 million. The property also includes a barn, dock house and two guest cottages.
From the decades old lighthouse that overlooks north beach to the beautifully restored cottages, there is no shortage of historic structures on Tybee Island and now another one is getting ready to open its doors to the community once again.
Daufuskie Island, S.C., resident Chase Allen, who owns The Iron Fish Art Gallery, will be packing his bags for New York City this weekend after his gallery claimed the Audience Choice Award in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards competition.