Dance

Everybody get up and move!

More than an art form, West African dance and drum is about celebrating life

Local Film

5 Questions: Keith Kozel

Pee-wee Herman benefit screening at Lucas goes to help the ailing local music legend.

Music Features

Shonen Knife just wants to make people happy

Punky, poppy girl guitar sound comes to Dollhouse

Community

Dare Dukes: Deep impact

New director takes on afterschool literary program

Interview

Talking with... Teddy Adams

Savannah Jazz Fest honoree performs Saturday night

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NEWS & OPINION

Around the fire with Michael W. Twitty

Around the fire with Michael W. Twitty

I don’t know if he's the only gay, black, Jewish culinarian in the entire world, but this gent is definitely my kind of unicorn.

MUSIC & CLUBS

The Accomplices/Waits & Co. @The Jinx

The Accomplices/Waits & Co. @The Jinx

Not your typical double bill.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Art mag from SCAD grads is making waves

Art mag from SCAD grads is making waves

Aint-Bad examines the South from a contemporary perspective while addressing the region’s history

FOOD & DRINK

Crystal-izing a great draft beer menu

Crystal-izing a great draft beer menu

A talk with John Nichols and Ben Mammina of the Crystal Beer Parlor.

FILM

Review: The Equalizer

Review: The Equalizer

The Equalizer isn't a film for those seeking moral ambiguity or thought-provoking shades of gray. It's cinema as catharsis, allowing ordinary people weary of living in a world run by vile criminals and corrupt cops the fantasy of seeing a sentient superman righting all wrongs on their behalf.

  • Review: The Skeleton Twins

    The surprise is Bill Hader, who's usually cast in small parts but here ably demonstrates that he can carry a heavy load.

  • 5 Questions: Keith Kozel

    Pee-wee Herman benefit screening at Lucas goes to help the ailing local music legend.

  • Fall Arts Preview: Special Screenings

    Some fun films coming your way this autumn viewing season, including a special benefit screening of Pee wee's Big Adventure.

  • Review: This Is Where I Leave You

    One of those works programmed to make audiences alternately laugh and cry -- and since nothing is too shameless for this film, one character even instructs another to "laugh or cry" ... twice.

  • Review: A Walk Among The Tombstones

    Unlike past Neeson actioners in which he's providing catharsis by bloodily dispatching evildoers every couple of scenes, this is a slow-burn that doesn't provide much relief until late in the game.

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