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What Would Daisy Do?

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

Cuisine Feature

How to ‘grow better'

Canewater Farm in McIntosh County explores true meaning of Southern food

Cuisine Feature

Mirabelle Café: No syrup necessary

Cafe offers more than a stunning view of the cathedral

Music Features

Dig, if you will, the picture...

Blouses, Savannah’s own Prince tribute, returns to The Jinx

Music Features

Come sail away at Ships of the Sea

Folk icons Alan Reid, Bob Zentz, and Jeanne McDougall merge history and music

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NEWS & OPINION

Pokemon Go Crazy

Pokemon Go Crazy

If we have to accept the existence of human beings who shoot without thinking and are capable of murdering 84 people with a truck, then why shouldn’t we claim a reality that includes a web-cheeked unicorn with a fish tail?

  • 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.

  • What Would Daisy Do?

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

  • MPC and Emergent Savannah team up for Comprehensive Plan input

    Anyone—non-Chatham residents and visitors included—can drop in to learn more or offer insights at stations focusing on public transportation, sea level rise, affordable housing and the redevelopment of the economic corridors of MLK Blvd., Waters Ave. and Wheaton Street.

  • A Savannahian in Paris

    One of the points of Overbooked is that cities with the most successful tourism plan for the people who live there, and any added infrastructure is built to be accessible to all. Paris’ public bike system is clearly a hit with the locals, who cruise from one arrondissement to another on the sturdy frames all day long, silk scarves streaming behind them and front baskets overflowing with fresh baguettes.

  • Editor's Note: The reckoning time

    I feel like we’re living in a Don DeLillo or Thomas Pynchon novel, all sinister synchronicity and deep narrative, against an ominous backdrop of inevitable violence.

MUSIC & CLUBS

The Savannah Sweet Tease Presents: Blockbustin' @The Jinx

The Savannah Sweet Tease Presents: Blockbustin' @The Jinx

Blockbustin’s acts read like a killer Netflix selection, but you won’t wanna stay home on the couch for this one.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

An American in Cuba

An American in Cuba

Melanie Bowden Simón’s true fairy tale of loss and love brings Havana home

FOOD & DRINK

Grab a White Whale by the ale tail

Grab a White Whale by the ale tail

New craft beer store opens south of Forsyth

  • How to ‘grow better'

    Canewater Farm in McIntosh County explores true meaning of Southern food

  • Mirabelle Café: No syrup necessary

    Cafe offers more than a stunning view of the cathedral

  • Coming full Circa

    Downtown fave Circa 1875 concentrates on service, quality

  • Service Brewing celebrates two years

    New brew and music by The Whigs and Susto highlight July 23 event

  • Beer + Baseball = Grand Slam

    The Craft Corner features ten taps with numerous craft breweries such as Dogfish Head, Victory, Stone and Bells. Most importantly the Bananas have a rich relationship with local breweries including Coastal Empire, Moon River and Service Brewing.

FILM

Review: Ghostbusters

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.

  • Review: Independence Day: Resurgence

    While the original ID contained characters who kept us entertained, this picture adds characters — and their attendant actors — who are so devoid of personality, they barely register as living organisms.

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