If you live in or are visiting the beautiful city of Savannah, you don’t want to stay in doors just to avoid the sweltering temperatures. So here are a few ways that you can enjoy these Southern cities during the peak of summer.
1. Eat Spicy Foods
Ever wonder why certain cultures put a little kick in their cuisine? As anyone from India or Mexico can tell you, eating hot stuff can actually cool you down. No really, it’s science. When you eat spicy foods you sweat. Sweating cools the body. So next time it’s too humid for you to handle, head on over to Chiriya’s in Thunderbolt and try the Green Curry, it’ll cool you right off.
2. Moi. Stur. Ize. Moisturize.
Man, woman, child, moisture is key. Just because there is moisture in the air, doesn’t mean your skin won’t dry out in the summer heat. Nourish over on Broughton has sweet-smelling shea butter moisturizers that are safe and natural for the whole family’s skin. Try the Eucalyptus Mint Shea Butter Lotion to add a little extra cool to your daily routine.
Category: Blogs, Featured
Tags: Beat the Heat, Chiriya's, Forsyth Farmers' Market, Leopold's Ice Cream, Nourish
Savannah based film company First City Films is set to premiere their newest movie, Untouched, a film based and completely shot in Savannah and Tybee Island. The 80-minute crime drama follows an attorney haunted by his past to acquit a 16-year old accused of murder. The movie will premiere at the Lucas Theatre July 29 at 7 p.m.
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Tags: film, lucas, Savannah
There’s nothing like a week of events that promise fantastic entertainment.
Screening of Untouched – Tuesday, July 29
The Lucas Theatre will be screening Untouched by First City Films. Untouched, a suspenseful drama, was shot and set in Savannah. The screening begins at 7pm and admission is free.
Savannah LIVE! – Wednesday, July 30
The high-energy show featuring Broadway, Jazz, Pop, and Rock music will be showing at the Savannah Theatre on August 1. Come see the talented live band and singers put on a great performance.
Category: Blogs, Featured, Play blogs
Tags: Lucas Theatre, Savannah Voice Festival, Savannah Waterfront Association