'A Thousand Miles and Counting,' presented by the Savannah College of Art and Design, is the short-film documentary of two runaway slaves, William and Ellen Craft.
Byron Herbert Reece, known as "the Farmer Poet," was born at the site of what is now Vogel State Park in Blairsville, Georgia.
Everybody loves a good beach destination, but an island takes vacation to the next level.
Southern states have become some of the most attractive for relocation of gaming companies from the West Coast.
Some of the biggest sports teams in the country represent The Peach State.
Read an excerpt from a new book that chronicles 100 years of ice cream from Savannah's beloved institution.
Take advantage of this endless summer and plan a Southern escape.
Find out what the two Georgias have in common and also how they differ.
U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo will headline The Carson McCullers Literary Festival February 21-22 in Columbus, Georgia.
Was "Jingle Bells" really written in Savannah? New book Secret Savannah reveals the weird and wonderful about one of the South's most charming cities.