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Sports Desk: Thanks, Furman

While in Northern Ireland at the golfing sanctuary that is Royal Portrush Golf Club, which hosted the playing of the 148th British Open championship in July, I thought of the late Furman Bisher, who passed away in 2012. He was…

Georgia Fare: Divine Dining

Savannah in August: Almost as hot as its dining scene. With a newly minted James Beard Award-winning chef (Mashama Bailey, of The Grey) and a host of new restaurants, Savannah once again finds itself a dining destination. Not since the…

Georgia Fare: The Eyes Have It

Remember when food halls were the revolutionary new dining concept? With little stalls and communal tables, as well as fine-dining, sit-down spots? Within a few short years, the concept has become so mainstream that Krog Street Market, which opened in…

Georgia Fare: LLoyd’s Restaurant & Lounge

The folks behind Atlanta’s LLoyd’s, Victory Sandwich Bar and its neighbor, S.O.S. Tiki Bar (as well as its previous incarnation, the dear departed Paper Plane) all share distinctive characteristics: Fantastic cocktails; a hilarious point of view (especially toward midcentury attitudes…

Sports Desk: Georgia Masters

Following Super Bowl LIII, the chill of winter is just right for determining the collegiate basketball champion, but there is nothing like the coming of spring and the playing of the Masters Tournament. That golf championship reminds us of the…

Georgia Fare: Canyon grill

Lawton had a vision,” says Canyon Grill Executive Chef and General Manager Kevin Dunlap. “He would have closed the doors rather than dilute it. That’s why we’re celebrating our 23rd year.” Dunlap is describing the unlikely – you might even…