Chaz Ortiz of Chazito’s Latin Cuisine talks about his food truck. His delicious empanadas, Cuban sandwiches and mojo pork are devoured at special events. He is a culinary pioneer who navigated difficult rules in Savannah to lead the way for others.
Archaeologist Victor Thompson of the University of Georgia talks about the Native American practice of communal feasting and what it has to say about changes in the landscape of Ossabaw Island. Island cowboy Roger Parker talks about his six decade career as a wildlife manager on Ossabaw Island.
Armstrong biology major Yair Munoz talks about his journey from Mexico to graduation at Armstrong State University. Brought to this country as a nine-year-old, the child immigrant overcame many obstacles to become an inspiration to his peers among undocumented students. His case challenges the US policy of “Deferred Action.”
Jamie Durrence of Daniel Reed Hospitality talks about his sleek and modern farm-to-table restaurants, Local 11Ten, the Public Kitchen and Bar and Soho South Café. He talks about his background in the fashion industry and the importance of patience, tourism and details in restaurant management.