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If you're tired of hearing about the supposed Mayan prediction of world's end in 2012 - I certainly am! -the suspense is close to being over, one way or another.

On the off chance that they were completely wrong and/or their "prediction" has been totally misunderstood - gee, ya think? - we at Connect Savannah have bravely decided to soldier on as if 2012 will be another year for us to report on goings-on around Savannah and keep you up-to-date with what's happening.

We've got a lot of cool new things planned for the New Year content-wise, and we'll start rolling them out next month along with our usual coverage of the local scene.

Until then, please enjoy our annual Year in Review issue, with humble takes from myself, Bill DeYoung, and Jessica Leigh Lebos on what we consider to be the most newsworthy and/or unusual stories around town for 2011.

We also wish you all a safe, happy and prosperous New Year. Hopefully it won't be the last one!

 

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Jim Morekis

Jim Morekis

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A native Savannahian, Jim has been editor-in-chief of Connect Savannah for ten years. The University of Georgia graduate is also a travel writer, authoring regional guides in the Moon handbook series... more

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