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Savannah Days

Photography by Kennedy Cooke-Garza


Above, The statue of John Wesley, founder of Methodism, in Reynolds square near the historic district. Above, The statue of John Wesley, founder of Methodism, in Reynolds square near the historic district. At the top right, one of the 24 town squares throughout the downtown area. This one is in front of the main Savannah College of Art and Design building. At the top right, one of the 24 town squares throughout the downtown area. This one is in front of the main Savannah College of Art and Design building. At left, a grandiose headstone at the historic Bonaventure Cemetery which was also featured in the movie. At left, a grandiose headstone at the historic Bonaventure Cemetery which was also featured in the movie. At right, Paula Deen's infamous restaurant, Lady & Sons, where the food is Southern and the wait is long—2 1/2 hours at least. At right, Paula Deen's infamous restaurant, Lady & Sons, where the food is Southern and the wait is long—2 1/2 hours at least. At the bottom left, The Mercer Williams house, named for native composer Johnny Mercer's family, where the film "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" was shot by director Clint Eastwood in 1998. At the bottom left, The Mercer Williams house, named for native composer Johnny Mercer's family, where the film "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" was shot by director Clint Eastwood in 1998.


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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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