City Notebook

The second coming of Savannah River Landing

An urbanist's closer look at Savannah's most controversial development plan

Community

Dial in to WRUU at 107.5

Local community radio station Savannah Soundings hits the airwaves at last

Art Beat of Savannah

Jay Jacobs: ‘Things don’t have one meaning’

Augusta artist brings deeply metaphoric art to the Butcher

Interview

Justin Townes Earle: ‘I don’t need my country wheel reinvented’

Singer/songwriter set for solo gig at Savannah Music Festival

Music Features

Savannah Music Festival: Che Malambo!

Experience the folk dance of Argentinian cowboys with this dance sensation

Music Features

Savannah Music Festival: Swing Central Jazz wraps up with an ode to Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie

The sons of two small Southern towns would change music forever.

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NEWS & OPINION

A Lone Wolf at the door or just the winds of change?

A Lone Wolf at the door or just the winds of change?

The partners presented their plan to the Zoning Board of Appeals last week. They were met with vociferous opposition from representatives of the Thomas Square Neighborhood Association.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Savannah Music Festival: North Carolina’s Hiss Golden Messenger teams up with Pakistani band Sounds of Kolachi

Savannah Music Festival: North Carolina’s Hiss Golden Messenger teams up with Pakistani band Sounds of Kolachi

We spoke with M.C. Taylor about playing traveling songs while on the road, his old life as a folklorist, and his place in American music tradition.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Native son Bruce Feiler returns to Eden

Native son Bruce Feiler returns to Eden

The bestselling author has always approached the stories of the Old Testament with a combination of journalistic fortitude and faithful curiosity.

FOOD & DRINK

Green Fire Pizza dishes out authentic organic wood-fired brick-oven pizza

Green Fire Pizza dishes out authentic organic wood-fired brick-oven pizza

The pièce de résistance is their revolving brick oven handcrafted by a team of world champion Italian pizza makers. “It’s a bad ass oven,“ Russell Lee proudly boasts.

FILM

Review: Wilson

Review: Wilson

Sentiment quickly takes the place of cynicism, and, despite the occasional flash of brutal wit, the film settles into a well-worn groove of indie preciousness.

  • Review: Beauty and the Beast

    The plot remains fundamentally unchanged from the ’91 model, and the narrative diversions that have been added along the way are acceptable and sometimes even manage to enhance particular points from its predecessor.

  • Review: Logan

    The film is crucially missing a worthy villain of note – and when the scripters run out of ideas, they paraphrase Stephen Sondheim and elect to send in the clones. This latter decision renders the action sequences even more rote and less interesting.

  • Review: A United Kingdom

    As is often the case with historical sagas, the picture relegates lots of fascinating material into a few blocks of text at the end, giving short shrift to the subsequent accomplishments of two people who refused to be defined merely by their physical appearances.

  • Review: John Wick Chapter 2

    Keanu Reeves is again suitably taciturn as the former assassin who, just when he thought he was out, gets pulled back in, and the criminal world created for the first picture — a landscape in which there exists neutral-zone hotels in which no blood may be spilled – retains its unique appeal.

  • Review: Fifty Shades Darker

    The major liabilities of the first picture have been neatly carried over into this latest endeavor, beginning with the fact that the general prudishness permeating throughout American society makes it impossible for Hollywood to produce an honest, provocative or explicit film about S-E-X and have it receive an R rating.

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