Rock and pop hits get the jazz treatment in “With a Twist” On Stage Cabaret

Get down to Swingtown at the Lucas this Thursday

Cuisine Feature

The Farmer and The Larder: Building coastal community

Black-owned and operated Brunswick restaurant focuses on breaking down barriers

City Notebook

Stay Outta Port Wentworth, Union Scum

Video of Teamsters trying to organize port truckers goes viral


Hard workin’ Southern boys The Weeks return to Savannah

"Even if we’ve got a 20-person team, we have to be the hardest-working people, and it’s all on us."

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Editor's Note: When the lack of a plan is the plan

Editor's Note: When the lack of a plan is the plan

While sadly there’s no moratorium on new projects in the Victory Drive corridor like the proposed self-storage facility near Whole Foods, City staff is proposing a moratorium in another part of town: eliminating all on-street parking on Bay Street for September.

  • How to be a better white person right now

    Of course that’s the irony—and maybe the entire point: I have the prerogative of ducking difficult conversations with myself and others about racism indefinitely.

  • Stay Outta Port Wentworth, Union Scum

    Video of Teamsters trying to organize port truckers goes viral

  • Savannah has many examples to study for better safety

    Judy Grossman who died on Bay Street, less than a mile from the end of her week-long bike ride across Georgia, could have arrived safely if we had a safe bike infrastructure in place.

  • What Would Daisy Do?

    Descendants and Girl Scouts disagree over changes at Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

  • Editor's Note: Identities known and unknown

    An angry Chief Lumpkin released the full versions of the bodycams in an attempt to set the record straight. But candidly the unedited footage doesn’t do much to dispel the sense that this incident didn’t have to happen this way at all.


Not Blood Paint, Tokalos, HotPlate @El-Rocko Lounge

Not Blood Paint, Tokalos, HotPlate @El-Rocko Lounge

If you like mind-melding progressive rock with Zappa-meets-Mars-Volta swagger and the daring of ‘60s psych risk-takers, you won’t want to miss this.


& now what?

& now what?

Ampersand is the latest downtown performance space to close its doors, and creatives must get creative


Hitch: 'This is for the locals'

Hitch: 'This is for the locals'

Welcoming the brainchild of the visionaries behind Treylor Park


‘Vaxxed’ coming to Savannah

‘Vaxxed’ coming to Savannah

Controversial documentary to screen multiple times in August

  • Review: Ghostbusters

    Is it better than the original? Not quite, although the distance between the two is a lot closer than anyone will care to admit.

  • Big River Film Festival flows into town

    Savannah welcomes hot new international competitive film fest

  • Review: The Legend of Tarzan

    Like James Bond, Tarzan on screen has never gone away, but unlike the dapper double-oh agent, his movie appearances rarely generate much notice

  • Review: Swiss Army Man

    The fine performances by Paul Dano as a suicidal castaway and Daniel Radcliffe as the flatulent corpse who becomes his BFF (as opposed to his BFG) aren’t nearly enough compensation when matched against a screenplay that’s isn’t innovative as much as it’s simply idiotic

  • Review: The BFG

    Unlike that 1982 blockbuster, The BFG isn’t emotionally gripping or excitingly staged. It’s just … nice.

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