Moon Charleston & Savannah

Travel writer and Savannah native Jim Morekis shares the must-see sights and local secrets of Charleston and Savannah, from exploring the French Quarter to kayaking in the Golden Isles. Morekis includes unique trip strategies like Literary Lark—following the life and work of authors Robert Louis Stevenson, Edgar Allen Poe, and John Berendt—and his Kayaker’s Paradise […]

Moon Carolinas & Georgia

Writer and Savannah native Jim Morekis offers expert tips for visiting this beautiful southern region, from golfing at Nags Head to wandering through the North Carolina Museum of Art. Morekis uses his local knowledge to craft unique trip strategies for all interests, such as The Best Carolinas and Georgia Road Trip. Complete with details for […]

Celebrating America’s Melting Pot

To celebrate Independence Day, here are some vibrant, living destinations from sea to shining sea where you can experience firsthand the diversity of America’s melting pot.

Atlanta for LGBT Travelers

Atlanta has long been recognized as the gay capital of the Southeast, a tolerant oasis that draws queer residents and tourists from all over the country. Find information on bars, clubs, gay-friendly shops, and more.

Cinema History in Savannah, Georgia

Beginning in the 1960s, author Jim Morekis covers the history of film in Savannah, from Gator (1975) to Glory (1989) to The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000) and beyond.

The Appalachian Trail through Georgia

Georgia’s section of the Appalachian Trail is 76 miles long from Springer Mountain to Bly Gap and on into North Carolina. Here is a brief overview of Georgia’s six sections of the trail to help you plan your time.

A City of Art: Savannah, Georgia

There are more art galleries per capita in Savannah than in New York City—one gallery for every 2,191 residents, to be exact. Read on to discover galleries both big and small.

The Jekyll Island Historical District

A living link to one of the most glamorous eras of American history, this 240-acre riverfront area takes you back in time to the Gilded Age. Learn more about where to go and what to do during your visit.