• By Tammy Fluech
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Tammy Fluech knows a thing or two about creativity. The owner of Typebird Creative spends her work day specializing in unique brand design packages and graphic design for small businesses.

  • By Gina Towson
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If you asked me what items in my kitchen I couldn’t live without, the first thing that comes to mind is my trusty cast iron skillet and a very close second would be my cabinet full of Mason jars.

  • By Lindsey Adkison
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Every day, the intoxicating scent of baked goodness greets customers who enter Hollaway’s Bakery in Brunswick. But during the holidays, it ascends to another level. Not only do you find the usual mix of cakes, cupcakes, and other confections, there is the addition of spice and gingerbread th…

  • By Lauren McDonald
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Turkey is baking in the oven. Dishes are set on the table, which is loaded down with platters of food. Family starts to arrive. Outside, the leaves are turning brown, gold, and red, blowing off trees in the cool autumn air.

  • By Lindsey Adkison
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Waycross talents Sean Clark and John Pope have forged a band of brotherhood from their days as Jack Cadillac to their current collaboration, The Pine Box Dwellers.

  • By Lindsey Adkison
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Music flows from Chris Robinson, as light as the air he breathes and as strong as the hands he rests on the keys of the piano at Georgia Sea Grill on St. Simons Island.

  • By Debra Pamplin
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Curtains part. Musicians draw their strings across their instruments. Singers adjust their microphones. The conductor raises the baton. The audience sits silent in anticipation.

  • By Lauren McDonald
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Clarinet player Samantha Massey joined Brunswick High’s band her freshman year with no real intentions of being anything more than just another member.

  • By Jim Barger Jr.
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Answer the call of the wild on Little St. Simons Island before searching for sharks off our shores.

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On a sunny Monday afternoon in May, dozens of people launch their kayaks and canoes into Ebenezer Creek in Rincon, setting off on the maiden voyage for the Georgia Coast Collaborative.

  • By Cynthia Robinson
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American bison once roamed South Georgia, and now with the helping hands at Georgia Buffalo Ranch and Trading Post near Darien, the magnificent beasts are once again grazing along the Golden Isles.

  • Compiled by Megan Cheap
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Visitors and locals alike are inspired by the charming landscapes that make up the Golden Isles. From the marshes to the beaches, breathtaking sights await nature lovers and smartphone users. These photos were taken by photographers, both amateur and professional, who truly appreciate the be…

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Head to the beach this summer, and odds are high that you will walk past a man putting up a few kites along the sandy shores. Shapes of dragons, frogs, and fish will soar across the breeze. And one or two might even be capturing the afternoon of fun in the sun for posterity’s sake.

  • By Lauren McDonald & Lindsey Adkison
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The Isles offers something for every nature lover this summer. Whether you like to practice yoga at sunrise or paddleboard at sunset, outdoor activities abound all day long.

  • By Elaine Griffin
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Be the talk of the party in these hot looks. Whether you are celebrating a graduation, attending a summer wedding, or hosting a dinner party, these looks offer a serving of fun with a side of flair.

  • By Gina Towson
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Every Saturday morning we have something we like to call Second Breakfast. For most people, this would be called brunch. But for those of us that wake up early to sweet, little hungry voices, we make first breakfast to appease the children and second breakfast to appease the adults.

  • By Lindsey Adkison
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History buffs, sports fans, and music lovers gather around tables of food and drinks to compete for the ultimate bragging rights: winning trivia night.

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A sweetness wafts across the breeze as bees and insects buzz through the air. Tall pines and broad oaks give shade as the sun climbs high into the sky. Water trickles from a fountain where birds alight for respite.

  • By Alex Westberry
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Every year during the month of May, the Jekyll Island Authority opens Hollybourne Cottage and allows a limited number of visitors to take a peek into one of the island’s most unique historic homes. Hollybourne Cottage has undergone an extensive restoration that has spanned decades, but it st…

  • By Lauren McDonald
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When heirlooms are handed down generation to generation, their stories evolve. The new and the old mix together, and with every passing day, the pieces become more cherished.

  • By Jim Barger
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Due west from the Golden Isles, across vast marshes, over Fancy Bluff Creek, through palmetto-studded live oak hammocks and dark-water cypress swamps, past the crossroad communities of Blount’s Crossing, Thalman, and Hortense, the landscape breaks into open vistas and well-tended fields in t…