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  • In an effort to promote sustainability and support for local artists, Art Rise Savannah and Judge Realty have teamed up to showcase “Savannah’s Mossterpiece” throughout the month of June.

    Designed by a local SCAD graduate and displayed on the facade of Judge Realty’s office downtown, Mossterpiece is the first eco-friendly public art project in Savannah.


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Mary Carr Mayle

It may not be the best-known of Savannah’s coastal isles, but Cockspur Island has played an important part in the area’s history and commerce since the founding of the Colony in 1733.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

In a recent column, I noted that the construction of a new arena gives Savannah an unprecedented opportunity to recreate lost portions of the Oglethorpe Plan on the west side of the Historic District. I am in favor of the total demolition of the existing arena and for the re-establishment of as many blocks as possible, including Perry and McDonough streets from Barnard Street all the way to Montgomery Street. But there are a number of sensible plans that would stop short of maximum re-establishment of Gen. Oglethorpe’s famed grid.

Bea Wray

I made a delightful observation recently, and I believe the conclusion is a powerful lesson on happiness and success.

Michael Owens

With a thriving tourism community and plenty of guests, one of the main issues we face is moving those visitors around the city.

A lot of effort goes into transportation’s role in tourism.