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  • Curtis Foltz was green long before it was cool — or required. So it seems only appropriate that, as Foltz took his last bow as director of the Georgia Ports Authority Thursday, GPA’s Hope Moorer was returning from Washington D.C., where on Wednesday she accepted the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2016 Clean Air Excellence Award on behalf of the port for a project that Foltz began some four years ago.

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Mary Carr Mayle

Curtis Foltz was green long before it was cool — or required. So it seems only appropriate that, as Foltz took his last bow as director of the Georgia Ports Authority Thursday, GPA’s Hope Moorer was returning from Washington D.C., where on Wednesday she accepted the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2016 Clean Air Excellence Award on behalf of the port for a project that Foltz began some four years ago.

Katie Nussbaum

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Before a big downtown gathering recently, would-be attendees peppered the Facebook event page with questions about where to find parking. I’ve often said in this column that downtown parking is generally easy to find, although it may not be exactly where you want it. Many of my readers apparently don’t trust my take on that.

Michael Owens

In Savannah, we’re blessed with a thriving tourism community. And, for someone who spends his entire day talking about tourism, I’m going to ask a very important question:

Are we, as a community, too reliant on tourism?

Food & Dining

We know you’re thirsty, but we also know you’re hungry. You’re a red-blooded American who just wants to eat and drink. In that spirit we’ve set aside ten days just to celebrate YOU! From June 23 until July 3, your favorite Savannah restaurants are featuring $8 burgers (EIGHT-DOLLAR-BURGERS, FRIEND) and pairing them with your favorite SweetWater beers.