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Kay Mathews

Digital Journalist based in Savannah, GA, United States. Joined on Aug 14, 2009
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How a mother's love prevailed: The Suzan Hughes story Promoted

Suzan Hughes, long-time ex-wife of deceased Herbalife founder Mark Hughes, recently won a 12-year legal battle against the trustees of her late husband's $399 million estate.

Surviving Migration: IntuitSolutions and best practices for life after ProStores Promoted

Two eBay e-commerce platforms are shutting down and almost 10,000 online merchants must migrate their stores. What are the next best options?

Photo Essay: Take a look at the Tybee Island Light Station Special

Tybee Island - There is a lot to see on the grounds of one of America’s most intact light stations, including keepers’ cottages dating back to the late 1800s, the lamp atop the lighthouse, and the Tybee Lighthouse itself.

The Meteor Guitar Gallery is open and amped Special

Bentonville - For many decades, untold numbers of people were entertained within the walls of the venerable Meteor Theater. Now a local entrepreneur, who turned his passion into a rocking business, is restoring the building and featuring new and vintage guitars.

Hot Tub Time Machine: A history of personal spas through the ages Promoted

Step into a historical hot tub time machine and learn about the evolution of personal spas. The appeal of warm and relaxing water dates back to ancient civilizations and continues through today, thanks to technologies by companies such as ThermoSpas.

Children’s books teach important lessons on accepting differences Promoted

Leading experts and authors agree that helping children recognize and accept differences at an early age is important, especially via literature.

Helping online shoppers enjoy a safer buying experience Promoted

The convenience of buying online is unquestioned, but safety concerns have arisen due to data breaches and other problems. Here's what you need to know.

Ring, ring, it’s an all-IP future calling, say MegaPath and AT&T Promoted

In an era where we are offered a variety of communication options such as Skype, chat, and social media, many families still opt for “old-fashioned” landline phone calls. Thing is, how should businesses view the future of communications?

Billy Sims Barbeque expands into Arkansas Special

Bentonville - Billy Sims, Heisman Trophy winner and legendary running back for the Detroit Lions, has been in the barbeque business since 2004. The Billy Sims Barbeque franchise just opened its newest store in Northwest Arkansas and Sims was there to greet fans.

Op-Ed: Celebrating Belgian chocolate maker Neuhaus Special

Brussels - Belgium may be a small country, but it is a big deal when it comes to chocolate making. One of the country's best-kept secrets is Neuhaus, a creative chocolatier that invented the praline, was founded before Godiva, and still manufactures in Belgium.

Photo Essay: Spring has sprung in Savannah and on Tybee Island Special

Savannah - The arrival of Spring has brought forth Mother Nature's color palette and visitors to Georgia's coastal empire. Flowers are blooming, swimmers and sunbathers are at the beach, and all are enjoying the sunshine.

Earthquake shakes Los Angeles; felt like 'two huge jolts' Special

Los Angeles - A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck Los Angeles Monday morning, and one resident of the Hollywood Hills describes the initial quake and aftershock as "two huge jolts of power."

Savannah merchants are prepared for St. Patrick's Day Special

Savannah - With any luck, an estimated 1million visitors will be in Savannah to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Businesses in the historic district are ready with all things green, which may turn into gold when the crowds arrive.

Op-Ed: What have we learned from Black History Month? Special

Black History Month is celebrated every February in the United States. As the month comes to a close, it is a good time to reflect on what we have learned. Books, documentaries, and feature films are resources for gleaning new information.

The buzz about Savannah: charming and romantic Special

Savannah - February has been a good month for Savannah, Ga. The travel pages are buzzing about it being among the world’s best travel spots for those seeking a charming or romantic vacation destination. Visitors to Savannah couldn't agree more.

Ivy Levan: The next big thing and 'The Dame' with Sting

Ivy Levan has been called "one of a kind," "rising star," "the one to watch in 2014," and the rise of this sultry, sassy, statuesque singer is captured here. From a duet with Sting to features in magazines, it's time to catch-up with The Dame.

Photo Essay: Cooking icons Paula Deen and sons Bobby and Jaime Special

Savannah - Cooking, southern foods, and, more recently, healthy recipes are synonymous with the Deen Family. Brothers Bobby and Jaime were the celebrity guests at the Savannah Book Festival where they signed copies of their books, and mom was there to show support.

Photo Essay: Notable writers and celebs at Savannah Book Festival Special

Savannah - The 2014 festival featured best-selling authors and home-grown celebrities. Fans of writers such as Mitch Albom, the Deen brothers, A. Scott Berg, Melanie Benjamin, and Wally Lamb came to the "Hostess City of the South" to meet their favorite authors.

Mitch Albom helps kick-off the 2014 Savannah Book Festival Special

Savannah - On Valentine's Day, Mitch Albom, author of Tuesdays with Morrie and new novel The First Phone Call from Heaven, delivered the keynote address at the 2014 SBF. The festival brings dozens of authors and thousands of book lovers to Savannah each year.

Sporty Stingray and Jaguars spotted in Jacksonville Special

Jacksonville - A chic outdoor mall south of downtown Jacksonville, Fla. appears to be one place where the sleek, speedy animals of the car world roam. A local importer showcases feline machines around a high-end watering hole, which seems to draw other fast creatures.
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