Month: August 2015

Gratitude Circle: A Weekly Place Of Grace

savannah square gratitude circle

GRATITUDE turns what we ALREADY have into ENOUGH. -Melody Beattie Joanne Morton is the founder of the weekly Gratitude Circle here in Savannah. Every Wednesday at noon, Joanne gathers people at one of the 22 public squares in Savannah, form a circle and say what they are grateful for. Some gratitude statements are about family […]

Andre 3000’s Exhibit at SCAD Museum of Art

Nerves of Still

I have been a fan of the hip hop group  Outkast for over twenty years, ever since I heard  “Player’s Ball”.  Songs like “Rosa Parks” and “Bombs over Baghdad” are my favorites. When the double album Speakerboxx/The Love Below came out, I listened more to ‘The Love Below’ which is Andre 3000‘s side of the double […]

Trout Bruschetta At The Florence

Trout Bruschetta

The Florence, a restaurant owned by noted chef Hugh Acheson, is part of the cuisine scene in Savannah.  The Florence has been open a year and it is a go-to restaurant in the artsy Starland area of Savannah. I am on a budget, so I can’t afford a full meal there. However, I did order […]

Local Savannah Artisan: PERC Coffee

PERC Coffee is a local, Savannah-based roaster. Last Saturday, they opened up their office to the public.  Every Saturday morning, you can stop in and get a caffeinated start to your day. Saturday retail hours will be from 10AM to 2PM. Philip Brown is the founder of Perc Coffee and started the business in 2010. […]

Creators Foundry

Creators Foundry

The Creative Coast, an organization and workspace for creative and tech start-up businesses in Savannah, opened Creators’ Foundry last fall. Creators’ Foundry is a HIVE, “a home for innovators, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs”. As a newcomer to Savannah, I would describe Creators Foundry is as an entrepreneur space and event venue. It is located on […]