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Savannah artist William Pleasant Jr. highlighted at National Museum of African American History and Culture

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Bike SAV classes are happening!

The classes are free and all participants will receive a free bike light set. Those who take the class will learn methods for avoiding crashes, protecting against bike theft, and selecting the safest routes.

Music Features

Ghost Alley Music Festival

O’Brother, Roadkill Ghost Choir, and more play inaugural rock fest

Music Features

Teddy Kumpel throws us for a loop

Effects pedal guru brings improvisational blues space-rock to Tybee Post Theater

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NEWS & OPINION

It’s not just about the honey, honey

It’s not just about the honey, honey

Local beekeepers put their ‘liquid gold’ to the (taste) test

  • Editor's Note: Rotten to the core?

    Our local institutions which make a society a society are also the most plagued with corruption and/or deeply entrenched issues. It hardly seems a coincidence.

  • Miriam Center & Me!

    As we f-bomb the hell out of the early afternoon graveyard hebetude, I marvel that couched in the rounded vowels of Miriam’s elegant Savannah drawl, profanity somehow comes out sounding musical.

  • Bike SAV classes are happening!

    The classes are free and all participants will receive a free bike light set. Those who take the class will learn methods for avoiding crashes, protecting against bike theft, and selecting the safest routes.

  • Stressed? Learn to cope with adaptogenic herbs

    Author Maria Noel Groves drops ‘superpower’ plant knowledge on Sept. 22

  • Editor's Note: A fair question about crime

    The DeLoach administration has some positive things to point to, no doubt. But there’s still that homicide number, ticking away in the corner. The benchmark metric by which Savannah mayors are voted in or out.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Thursday Night Opry @Trinity United Methodist Church

Thursday Night Opry @Trinity United Methodist Church

The band's take on roots-inspired Americana-pop brings to mind the best of Wilco, Tom Petty, and Neil Young

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Lucas at 95

The Lucas at 95

Friday evening food truck & music fun followed by screening of Gone With The Wind

FOOD & DRINK

Foxy at 5

Foxy at 5

Honoring a very Savannah success story

FILM

Review: The Magnificent Seven

Review: The Magnificent Seven

While it’s admirable that the filmmakers forged their own path, it’s also lamentable in that, overall, these men aren’t nearly as interesting or as memorable as the 1960 models.

  • Review: Blair Witch

    As expected, Blair Witch is also presented in the “found footage” format, which was fresh back in ’99 but by now has grown exceedingly stale with its overuse in cinema. In fact, “stale” pretty much describes every aspect of this film.

  • Review: Bridget Jones's Baby

    As the plot complications pile up, so do the opportunities for Zellweger and an ace supporting cast.

  • Review: Snowden

    The film clearly views Snowden as a hero rather than a traitor, and it cuts no slack for anyone on either side of the political aisle.

  • Fall Arts Preview: Special Film Screenings

    Stuff to watch at local indie venues

  • Review: Sully

    Most films need some semblance of villainy to provide dramatic tension, and here it comes in the form of a panel of National Transportation Safety Board investigators determined to prove that a water landing wasn’t necessary and Sully could easily have made it back to LaGuardia.

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