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    There are some really good spots in Savannah to eat. I like the Crystal Beer Parlor down near the civic center. Try that place out if you are ever going to an event there. Love the Italian restaurant near one of the squares. The guy hollers at you when you walk in the door. “just sit down” and what you want. Then brings out some great food. To me, crime is the biggest issue there and they are working to fix that problem. Gangs are an issue in Savannah so if you are there at night know where you are going and stay alert. Live there? No thanks. I think it’s a great place to visit.

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    Without taking anything away from Charleston, if you’re a foodie you could stay in Savannah for a month and eat at a different place every night and still not exhaust all of the opportunities for great dining experiences among the various fine dining, casual, cutting edge, or places with just plain funky or quirky atmosphere, from award-winning chefs to hole-in-the-wall joints. Steahouses, Italian, Greek, Asian, Southern fusion, seafood, BBQ, eclectic, etc. ... from white table cloth and sport coats suggested to flip-flops and graffiti on the walls.
    Ever devoted to the twin causes of reason and justice . . . ever at risk of waxing verbose

  3. #123

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    Savannah has excellent food places, a lot of locally owned restaurants with good and interesting food options, as well as few more upscale places that are corporate owned (not necessarily chains). The key is knowing where to find them, and sometimes being able to look past the historic "Look" of many places because the buildings/structures cannot be changed due to the historical guidelines. You have to appreciate the oldness of the place.

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    RIP to the Pink House

  5. #125

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlueDrew View Post
    RIP to the Pink House
    Timeline is to reopen by mid April

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsudarlin View Post
    Timeline is to reopen by mid April
    +1, their pork tenderloin oh my, flat out fantastic.

  7. #127

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    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...febd00b88.html
    Legislation to revert commencement changes will be proposed again at Saturday's joint Student Government Association session on the Statesboro campus.

    Armstrong SGA speaker Tyler Tyack will bring forward the same resolution that was voted down at the last SGA meeting on Feb. 20.

    Tyack’s proposed legislation calls for students to be given the option to walk at graduation on their own campuses at the end of the semester.

    It also calls for the creation of a committee made up of equal parts students and faculty, along with listening sessions on all three campuses held prior to any final decision by the president’s cabinet for the next commencement ceremony.

    The resolution passed on the Armstrong campus before being brought to Statesboro where it was voted down by Statesboro campus SGA.




    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...1e4f4ed31.html
    Armstrong Dean of Students Andrew Dies confirmed that celebration events separate from Georgia Southern University's official commencement ceremonies for graduating students have been approved.

    Dies made the announcement at Wednesday's Statesboro Student Government Association meeting on Feb. 27.

    "We have got a green light to move forward with the celebrations," Dies said. "There'll be one on the Armstrong campus which will be April 30 that Tuesday starting at 6 [p.m.], and then here on the Statesboro campus that Wednesday starting at 6 [p.m]."

  8. #128

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourmother View Post
    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...febd00b88.html
    Legislation to revert commencement changes will be proposed again at Saturday's joint Student Government Association session on the Statesboro campus.

    Armstrong SGA speaker Tyler Tyack will bring forward the same resolution that was voted down at the last SGA meeting on Feb. 20.

    Tyack’s proposed legislation calls for students to be given the option to walk at graduation on their own campuses at the end of the semester.

    It also calls for the creation of a committee made up of equal parts students and faculty, along with listening sessions on all three campuses held prior to any final decision by the president’s cabinet for the next commencement ceremony.

    The resolution passed on the Armstrong campus before being brought to Statesboro where it was voted down by Statesboro campus SGA.




    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...1e4f4ed31.html
    Armstrong Dean of Students Andrew Dies confirmed that celebration events separate from Georgia Southern University's official commencement ceremonies for graduating students have been approved.

    Dies made the announcement at Wednesday's Statesboro Student Government Association meeting on Feb. 27.

    "We have got a green light to move forward with the celebrations," Dies said. "There'll be one on the Armstrong campus which will be April 30 that Tuesday starting at 6 [p.m.], and then here on the Statesboro campus that Wednesday starting at 6 [p.m]."
    smooth as sandpaper. So now we are adding a midweek "celebration" to the festivities.

  9. #129

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    SGA voted to overturn commencement changes but sounds like it's too late to change this spring's setup.
    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...6b835505d.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourmother View Post
    SGA voted to overturn commencement changes but sounds like it's too late to change this spring's setup.
    http://www.thegeorgeanne.com/news/ar...6b835505d.html
    I don't want to get all tin foiley here but that does sound pretty convenient.


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