Interview

Peelander-Z: ‘We eat happy smiles’

Mad tigers & tacos return to the Jinx

Savannah Music Festival

Lucinda Williams: All Killer, No Filler

'Being miserable in order to create great art is a big myth'

Books

All who love good writing must converge

Local Author Day piggybacks on Flannery O’Connor’s annual birthday parade

Savannah Music Festival

Emerson String Quartet: ‘Love at first note’

A talk with the legendary ensemble’s new cellist

Theatre

Savannah Shakes wants you to Shrew

New theatre group hopes to rekindle the long local love affair with Shakespeare

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NEWS & OPINION

Why every Savannahian should see Mickve Israel’s museum makeover

Why every Savannahian should see Mickve Israel’s museum makeover

Above all else, Judaism is a story, and the tiny chapter written by Savannah’s Jewish community is not only unique, it’s essential to this city’s history—and its future.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Mega Bog, Curbdogs, Beneath Trees @Hang Fire

Mega Bog, Curbdogs, Beneath Trees @Hang Fire

Mega Bog expertly crafts dissonant compositions with an irksome pulse.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Axelle Kieffer: ‘Nothing is static’

Axelle Kieffer: ‘Nothing is static’

Solo show at The Butcher evokes the human figure in motion

  • All who love good writing must converge

    Local Author Day piggybacks on Flannery O’Connor’s annual birthday parade

  • Savannah Shakes wants you to Shrew

    New theatre group hopes to rekindle the long local love affair with Shakespeare

  • Savannah Music Festival By The Numbers

    "We have more than 300 hard-working community members who fill roles including ushering, merchandise assistance, hospitality, ambassadors for our education program participants, and street team marketing, among others. We could not present this festival without our volunteers."

  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    Check out 'These Neighbors' on the third floor of the Bull St. Library.

  • Slowing down on Wheaton Street

    Photographer Robert Cooper turns his lens on ‘under-recognized’ commercial corridor

FOOD & DRINK

Beer Hunting in the Holy Land

Beer Hunting in the Holy Land

Later in our travels I found myself sitting on the beach in Tel Aviv, slowly sipping a Jem’s Beer Factory 8.8 while gazing at the Mediterranean Sea and talking beer with new friends.

FILM

Review: Run All Night

Review: Run All Night

I can’t help but imagine that the following conversation took place on the set.........

  • Review: Cinderella

    There’s never a moment when our heart isn’t going out to Cinderella, and with Lily James delivering a lovely performance in the role, we’re anxious for her to finally arrive at her Happily Ever After.

  • Everything is (still) Terrible!

    Found footage phenomenon hits Graveface

  • Review: Focus

    Another in the long line of tricky, sleight-of-hand yarns in which everyone is deceiving everyone else at all times, but based on the results of 2013’s Now You See Me and this picture, it’s obvious that Hollywood’s hustlers have lost their sting since the days of Paul Newman.

  • Review: Hot Tub Time Machine 2

    Corddry, Duke and especially Robinson are still amusing to watch, but without Cusack around to anchor the proceedings with his likability and semi-straight man status, the film drifts further and further into strictly puerile waters.

  • Review: Fifty Shades of Grey

    Compounding the problem is the simple fact that Johnson and Dornan have absolutely no chemistry, and while Johnson occasionally rises to whatever situation is at hand, Dornan is a zero when it comes to conveying mystery, sex appeal, brooding intensity, phallic fulfillment or basically anything beyond embarrassment.

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