Music Features

PULSE Music: Little Paw

Discover the wild world of chiptune music at PULSE Art + Technology Festival

The (Civil) Society Column

Jerome Meadows goes small

After an international career of installing massive sculptures in public spaces, he’s displaying an exhibition of works small enough to fit in your living room.

News Cycle

When the future is uncertain, go by bike

Riding a bike or walking is a personal declaration of independence. But it can also be an act of resistance.

Cuisine Feature

Friendship Coffee Company brings java joy to Wilmington Island

As the year went on, the wholesale packaging space evolved into the warm and inviting coffee shop it is today

Culture

The PULSE Effect

A chat with Telfair Museums’ Harry DeLorme on art, technology and absurd fun

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NEWS & OPINION

Communicate in full color with Inky Brittany

Communicate in full color with Inky Brittany

Using a technique known as graphic facilitation, Curry turns the documentation of the discussions and brainstorms into an active flurry of color and style.

MUSIC & CLUBS

WRUU Tunes & Brews Party @Service Brewing

WRUU Tunes & Brews Party @Service Brewing

Help make 'community radio with a global soul' a reality.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

PULSE offers ‘Stranger Visions’ into our DNA

PULSE offers ‘Stranger Visions’ into our DNA

If you had to trace every instance of your DNA being left behind, could you do it? Would you want to know?

FOOD & DRINK

Naan Appetit expands menu and mission

Naan Appetit expands menu and mission

Pooler fave continues to be a local gem

FILM

CinemaSavannah honors the magic of Muse with The Love Witch

CinemaSavannah honors the magic of Muse with The Love Witch

The acclaimed feminist ode to ‘60s exploitation film will be the last to screen in cherished space

  • Review: Silence

    With Silence, Scorsese again fully turns his attention to the spiritual side, and the result is a movie that’s both disturbing and deeply committed.

  • Film 2016: The Best and Worst

    The hits and misses, from A (Arrival) to Z (Zoolander No. 2)

  • Review: Hidden Figures

    Based on Margot Lee Shetterly’s nonfiction book, Hidden Figures places Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson) at the forefront, relating how she was tapped for her skills as a mathematician to help NASA’s Space Task Group (headed by Kevin Costner’s tough but fair director) crunch the numbers needed to successfully send astronaut John Glenn (winningly played by Glen Powell) into space and have him safely return to Earth.

  • Review: Fences

    Reprising their roles from the 2010 Broadway revival, Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are nothing short of remarkable as Troy and Rose Maxson, living in 1950s Pittsburgh and dealing with issues involving family, infidelity and dashed dreams.

  • Review: Rogue One

    While Rogue One never comes close to matching the heights of the series at its most dazzling, it’s still a worthy addition to the canon.

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