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Mary Carr Mayle

Katie Nussbaum

In the last 15 years, the Historic Tax Credit has helped save hundreds of buildings, contributed more than $7 million in labor income and created an average of 169 jobs per year in Savannah, according to a 2015 economic impact report by the Historic Savannah Foundation.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Summer doesn’t officially begin for a few weeks, but Savannah’s summer break has begun. A decade or so ago, the ending of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s spring quarter was like the flipping of a light switch for the downtown area. Everything would be busy one week, and then the city would be much quieter the next.

Michael Owens

In a previous column, I wrote about the benefit that the Savannah Food &Wine Festival brings to our community. With each passing year, the festival grows even more popular among residents and visitors alike.

Food & Dining

Summer Savannah Restaurant Week is FINALLY HERE. This 10-day celebration of foodie delight pays homage to the culinary heritage that makes our city unique — and is held in tribute to the restaurants that are becoming such a vital part of Savannah’s tradition of hospitality!
 
From July 28 until August 6, 2017, each participating upscale restaurant will offer a spectacular 3-course, prix fixe dinner menu for only $30 per person (not including tax and gratuity).