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FUN IN THE SUN RETRO-INSPIRED STYLE FOR SUMMER

ALBERT WALL OF SAVANNAH’S STEPHEN WILLIAMS HOUSE

WHITE HOT SUMMER A PORTFOLIO IN POLAROID

GINGER BEER MAKE YOUR OWN

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Table of contents 6 Letter from the Co-editors

9 Behind the Scenes

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See what’s inspiring the co-editors this month

14 Give it a try! Hop on the home-fermentation bandwagon by making your own homemade ginger beer! Plus, a bonus cocktail recipe page 3

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Let Albert Wall Entertain You We chat with Albert Wall of the Stephen Williams house in Savannah

White Hot Summer A Polaroid portfolio by Benjamin Carl Stanley

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34 Celebrate summer in style with our retro-inspired beach shoot

The People in the Photos The work of artist Terri Foote

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Bow Tie D.I.Y. 66 Learn to make this simple sewing

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How to Tie a Bow Tie An original illustration by Charlotte Oden

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Letter from the co-editors On June 3, 2013 we released the inaugural issue of Paprika Southern. It’s now one year and twelve issues later, and we are so excited by what the magazine has become. Not only have we produced the publication we initially dreamed up, but many others, from contributors to those we’ve interviewed, have participated in making our dream a reality. We constantly say that one of our favorite parts of producing Paprika Southern has been meeting people we wouldn’t otherwise and having the chance to share in their passions. This month, we are excited to return to the fundamentals of Paprika Southern—art and style. Our Fun in the Sun photo shoot serves up retro-inspired beach style, and our profile of Albert Wall gives a nod to the style of a southern gentleman. We also share a Polaroid portfolio that embodies the feel of summer, explore genetic art with Terri Foote, and more. Stay tuned to our website and Facebook, because we have a couple celebratory surprises in store for you this month. We hope you enjoy our one-year-anniversary issue!

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THE TEAM BEVIN VALENTINE CO-EDITOR SIOBHAN EGAN CO-EDITOR KRYSTAL PITTMAN BAKER ADVERTISING

if you are interested in purchasing photographs from the magazine, please contact mail@paprikasouthern.com

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CONTRIBUTORS

ELENA FODERA

ABIGAIL KOKAI

ANTHONY GARZILLI

CHARLOTTE ODEN

BENJAMIN CARL STANLEY

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Behind the scenes in June Location scouting on Tybee

Sharing a sneak peek at our bow tie D.I.Y.

Siobhan attended The Accomplices CD release party at Southbound Brewing Co.; see more event photos on our blog! page 9

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Behind the scenes of our fun-in-the-sun retroinspired beach shoot

We love sharing sneak peeks of what we’re up to throughout the month, as well as connecting with our readers! Stay in touch and a get a behind-thescenes look at what’s coming up by following us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. FOLLOW PAPRIKA SOUTHERN

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Bevin Roseanne Cash’s music is the perfect soundtrack to summer.

My fiance and I recently bought a kayak and we’re enjoying paddling around the water off Tybee. We’re excited to explore the surrounding islands, including Little Tybee where I took this picture.

I plan to devote some of my summer reading to classics I’ve missed along the way. I love the wedding invitation selection on Minted! www.paprikasouthern.com

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With recent passing of Maya Angelou I am reminded of all the wonderful books, poems, and stories she wrote. Siobhan I love the Lemon Verbena lotion candle from Element Tree Essentials. It smells so good. Shop online, or shop locally. They are carried by Harper in Savannah, GA as well as many other stores. The Accomplices new CD, “a truck, a train, an old dump pile�

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Give it a Try! Making Your Very Own Ginger Beer

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just the perfect refreshment for a sunny summer day? Making a sweet, spicy, fizzy ginger beer is easier than you think! This DIY is a fun kitchen experiment to try out with Dad for some quality time this Father’s Day (boyfriends and hubbies think it’s pretty neat, too). If you haven’t quite caught up to the home-fermentation trend, this is a great beginner’s recipe.

HOMEMADE GINGER BEER • Clean 2-liter SwingTop or Plastic Bottle • 1/2 lb. Fresh Ginger (peeled, frozen, squeezed) • 8 cups Warm Filtered Water • 2 cups Simple Syrup • Juice of two Lemons • 1 tsp. Champagne or other Yeast First, prepare the ginger by peeling the skin off with a teaspoon. There are several ways to incorporate the root, from hand-grating or running page 15

through the food processor to just using diced ginger. However, I discovered by fortunate accident that freezing ginger root renders it a spongy texture that is totally, you guessed it, squeezable. Squeeze it through a strainer or cheesecloth as much as you can to extract the pure juice. For a spicier soda, you can put the remaining ginger, diced or grated, into the bottle and strain it off before serving. Using a funnel, pour the ginger juice, lemon juice, and simple syrup into the bottle. Add the yeast and immediately pour in the warm water (but not boiling—it will kill the yeast). Seal the bottle and keep in a warm place for at least 24 hours. The longer you let it ferment, the stronger the flavors will become and the more carbonation will build. Check back and open the bottle once a day to release the gases. When the taste is just right, transfer to the refrigerator to slow the fermentation process.

Enjoy your homemade beverage over ice or in a delicious cocktail! Mixed with spiced rum, this flavorful beverage has long been a favorite among sailors and pirates alike. Here’s an original recipe for a cocktail that even the most rugged of seafarers will love. It’s a take on the traditional Dark N’ Stormy, but with a shot of mead—yes, mead—that is, an ancient honey wine. It’s unexpectedly bold and satisfying. THE STORMY VIKING • Fill an 8-oz. glass with ice. Add the following: • 2 oz. Kraken Black Spiced Rum • 1 oz. Viking Blod Mead or other Honey Wine • 3 oz. Homemade Ginger Beer (recipe above) • Dash of Vanilla Extract • Squeeze of Lime Juice • Garnish with Lime Wedge www.paprikasouthern.com


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Let Albert Wall Entertain You

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The Stephen Williams House was built in 1834 and to Wall it had a disWall bought the Broward yacht in tinct presence. He enjoyed riding by 2008 and has continued to renovate. the house. He often takes the yacht to southern Florida and the Bahamas. And “I liked the way it looked,” said Wall, docked at Savannah Yacht Club, he sitting last month inside the Jonathan can relax and look out at the setting III. “The doorway and windows were wonderful.” sun and see birds, pelicans. It serves as a respite from his time running The Stephen Williams House, the bed and breakfast in downtown Savannah that often sees visitors from the Northeast, California, Switzerland, France, throughout Europe. The inn has become one of the most distinguished places to visit in Savannah and its high standing is amplified by the 71-year-old man in the bow tie, the one with the charm, sly smile and love of spinning a good yarn. www.paprikasouthern.com

Years later, in 2001, after young Albert Wall served in the Navy during Vietnam and then matured into Dr. Albert Wall and became the director of the obstetrics and gynecological education program at Memorial University Medical Center, he bought that house and for two years, with the help of interior designer Brandon Lucas, put his energy into restoring it until it became a five-bedroom inn that would be hailed as one of the best hotels in the country. page 18


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The Stephen Williams House, with its antiques, 1914 Steinway piano and private courtyard, was restored to represent what Savannah might have been like more than 100 years ago. Reservations can only be made by phone, which means potential guests immediately get a taste of the inn and Wall because he’s the one answering the phone, and the storytelling begins.

sent Wall to buy about 70 logs for the fireplace and candles were also purchased and when the guests arrived six fireplaces were ablaze and candles were lit where lightbulbs once sat and it was 18 degrees outside, but inside Odom had just pulled off an impromptu 18th century party. Good story. But Wall’s not finished.

Odom had bought many pink long“I’d like for our guests to get a good stemmed roses and they were disfeel for Savannah,” Wall said. played on the dining room tables. By the end of the night the roses were Wall’s guests appreciate the finer dead. points of the inn, including its vintage red chinoiserie bureau cabinet, but “I asked Joe how much he paid for their interests have also been piqued the roses, he said about $1,000,” Wall by the characters in Midnight in the said. “I asked him how much the Garden of Good and Evil. Wall often light bill was and he said about $400 points guests to the Owens-Thom- or $500. I said, ‘Instead of buying the as House, the “exquisite” Davenport dead roses, why didn’t you just pay House and the Telfair Museum of Art, the electric company?’ “ but he knew Jim Williams and also Joe Odom, two of the book’s main char- There’s a pause. Wall smiles. He’s acters. And of course Wall has plenty relaxed, sitting sockless with yellow of stories, but there’s one he’s telling shorts and a striped shirt. now that’s got his blue eyes dancing. “He turned to me and says, ‘Albert, Turns out that in the 1980s Wall went you know we had to decorate for this to Odom’s home and found out that party,’ “ Wall said. the electricity had been shut off and later that afternoon the gas too was Wall gently laughs and you almost shut off. Odom had a dinner party think now is when he’s going to get that night for 110 people. Wall sug- up and offer you his perfected pragested Odom cancel. Instead, Odom line French toast or maybe the Bride’s page 21

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Breakfast of an egg and sausage cas- liams House, early Memorial Day serole with fruit, staples of The Ste- evening. He certainly has plenty of other stories to tell, about Savannah’s phen Williams House. eccentric characters, his time spent in The boat is miles from the inn, but a nuclear submarine in the 1970s and the time during the filming of Forrest Wall’s charm remains ever present. Gump that he entertained Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson on one of his n n n n boats, but those will be saved for the Wall’s favorite bow tie cost him $3. guests later in the evening. He has a In 1989, at the Church Mouse, an up- full house tonight. scale thrift shop in Palm Beach, Fla., he found the olive green threadbare Instead, Wall is sitting at the piano, tie with big yellow polka dots. He the 100-year-old Steinway that has owns about 50 bow ties, which he’s some visible bruises left by Odom worn for about 30 years since he was and Emma Kelly’s rings after years influenced by those worn by friend and years of playing. Dr. John Angell. No, never heard the one about Wall “That tie has a lot of pop,” Wall said. being a pianist. But he’s playing “Let Me Entertain You,” an old Broadway The bow tie has become Wall’s dis- tune. Then he’s singing: “Let me do tinctive look. Along with the nods to a few tricks, some old and then some him being a gentleman and storytell- new tricks….I’m very versatile.” er, Wall’s guests are charmed by his neckwear. Wall knows The Stephen Williams House is not instantly thought of as “It conveys a little bit of extra flair,” one of Savannah’s must-see sites and Wall said. “It’s whimsical, fun lovin’.” that’s just fine with him, he knows the guests will find his inn. And he’ll It’s that bit of whimsy that inspired be there waiting for your phone call, one travel website reviewer to call bow tie in place, ready to invite you Wall the “very model of a classic into his home. Southern gentleman,” and a “marvelLet Albert Wall entertain you. ous host and raconteur.” The host is back at The Stephen Wilwww.paprikasouthern.com

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white hot summer a portfolio by benjamin carl stanley I HAVE BEEN SHOOTING POLAROID FILM SINCE 2007. OVER THE YEARS, POLAROIDS HAVE BECOME MY PRIMARY METHOD OF DOCUMENTING MY TRAVELS, ADVENTURES AND EXPERIENCES. POLAROIDS ARE A UNIQUE TYPE OF PHOTOGRAPH--THEY HAVE AN INHERENT HONESTY SINCE THERE IS NO ZOOM, NO COLOR CORRECTION AND NO MANIPULATION TO BE DONE. I‘M DRAWN TO THE PAINTERLY QUALITY OF THE IMAGE; THE UNIQUE COLOR PALETTE AND UNPREDICTABLE RESULTS ACHIEVED BY THE FILM, ESPECIALLY PRESENT IN FILM LONG EXPIRED (POLAROID STOPPED MANUFACTURING INSTANT FILM IN 2008). ALL OF THESE QUALITIES COMBINE TO CREATE AN IMAGE THAT IS BOTH A PHOTOGRAPH AND A ONE OF A KIND ART OBJECT. THIS COLLECTION CELEBRATES THE JOYS OF SUMMER, THE SEA BREEZE ON YOUR FACE, THE SUN IN YOUR EYES AND LAZY AFTERNOONS.

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fun in the sun images: Siobhan Egan styling: Bevin Valentine hair & make-up: Megan Mateo photo assistant: adriana iris boatwright model: Zoe Huddleston, Rise Model Management model: Blair Wagner, Halo Model and Talent Agency location: Tybee Island, GA

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special thanks Harper Red Clover Civvies New and Recycled Clothing C. Sullivan Designs Hot Sushi’s Surf Shack and Lessons

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The People in the Photos the work of artist Terri Foote words by Bevin Valentine / images by Siobhan Egan

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bers who had also completed the test who might be related to her. The testing process also sparked an artistic interest in Terri. She began researching genetic art—the work of Suzanne Anker and Kevin Clark in particular—and became fascinated with the play between science and art. Her work asks the question, in a way that is at the same time both very personal and very literal, “What makes my family?”

There were no surprises with her lineage—the test confirmed what Terri already knew, that she was half-Lithuanian and half-English and Pennsylvania Dutch—nor did this particular DNA test provide her with any medical history. What it did do was connect her with other Ancestry.com mem- Each piece in the show is based on the page 59

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structure of one of the twenty-three human chromosomes that make up DNA. She proceeded to use Photoshop to build each chromosome structure, at which point she then started implementing the color bars and visuals. The imagery in the work is all appropriated from Terri’s family history—old photos from albums and slides, scanned and integrated into the digitally constructed chromosome structures. Each piece is a portrait of her immediate family—her mother, father, and four brothers—but as a whole, the work becomes Terri’s own self-portrait. “As a child,” Terri says, “this is your family…they’re the people in the pho- Terri’s work reduces her own history to tos.” Doing the DNA testing helped objective data and rebuilds it from the ground up, exploring family, connecto make literal why they are family. tion, and self along the way. The literIn addition to the photographic al building blocks of genetic relationpieces, on the back wall of the gal- ships are juxtaposed with the nostalgia, lery Terri installed her own genetic memories, and emotions that truly decode, received as part of her DNA fine family. As technology evolves, so testing. This breaking down to the does the work. The exploration of the most fundamental building blocks personal from the perspective of the of existence gives the artist a blank scientific provides endless potential for slate from which to create. Terri de- innovation. The fascination with who scribes ideas for the next phase of we are and where we came from— development of the work, which in- whether we know in a general way, or clude more play with this raw data, have no idea—is at the heart of Terri’s and how to translate it to a visual work, and, though the work is personal, this communal desire allows for a aesthetic. viewer to share in the work. Above: Crumpled genetic code vinyl after removal from gallery wall / Facing: Images courtesy of the artist page 65 www.paprikasouthern.com


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bow tie D.I.Y. CRAFT BY ABIGAIL KOKAI IMAGES BY SIOBHAN EGAN Materials Needed: 1 1/2 yards medium-weight fabric, at least 36� wide (note: lightweight fabric may require a fusible interfacing before cutting the pieces from your fabric) sewing machine & thread pattern (see page 72) paintbrush (or knitting needle, or similar) for turning bow tie right-side-out SPECIAL THANKS SCRIBBLE ART STUDIO page 67

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PRINT PATTERN AT FULL SIZE; DO NOT SCALE. CUT OUT PATTERN PAPER PIECES AND ATTACH AT ARROWS; PIECES WILL BUTT TOGETHER WITHOUT OVERLAPPING. PLACE PATTERN ON FOLDED FABRIC, ALIGNING THE FOLD AND CUT TWO PIECES THIS WAY.

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WITH RIGHT SIDES OF FABRIC TOGETHER, SEW AROUND THE BOW, LEAVING A 3” OPENING IN CENTER. CLIP CURVED AREAS, TO ENABLE FABRIC TO LAY FLAT.

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CLIP CORNERS OF BOW TIE TO AVOID EXTRA FABRIC BUNCHING IN CORNERS, AND USE A LONG PAINTBRUSH OR SIMILAR TO AID IN TURNING RIGHT-SIDEOUT. TURN BOW RIGHT-SIDEOUT, AND PRESS. STITCH THE OPENING CLOSED BY HAND.

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P.S. Paprika Southern recommends

ATLANTA Coming up at the High Museum, Wynn Bullock: Revelations. This retrospective--the first in four decades by a major museum--consists of over 100 black and white photographs by the iconic 20th century photographer. June 14 - January 18

RALEIGH Just in time for summer, CAM Raleigh presents Bull City Summer. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the movie Bull Durham, this show explores the rituals, both of players and fans, of America’s national pastime, through the lenses of renowned contemporary artists including Alec Soth, Hiroshi Watanabe, and many more. Show runs August 31 www.paprikasouthern.com

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SAVANNAH Currently on display at the Jepson, Marilyn: Celebrating an American Icon presents a collection of video, photographs, and painting chronicling the life of Marilyn Monroe. On view through July 27

NEW ORLEANS NOMA presents an exhibition of murals by Hale Woodruff. Originally commissioned for Alabama’s Talladega College, one of the earliest historically black colleges in the United States, the murals have been removed from their originial location for cleaning, preservation, and display. Show runs through September 14

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Featuring a retro-inspired beach fashion shoot, Albert Wall of Savannah, the artwork of Terri Foote, a bow-tie D.I.Y., how to make your own...

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