City Notebook

Paging Dr. Lavinder: Savannah’s first female doctor at the Davenport House

House museum begins yearly Yellow Fever living history programming

Theatre

The soul of wit: Armstrong keeps it short and silly in Shakespeare tribute

'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)' hits the southside stage

Interview

The return of Damad

Influential Savannah band is back for a cause—and heavy as ever

Art Beat of Savannah

‘Complex Uncertainties’ exhibit signals changing tide at Jepson

Perhaps most exciting is the fact that several of the artists whose work is up for exhibition are still living today

Local Film

Savannah Film Festival announces movie lineup

Opening night screening is 'Jackie' starring Natalie Portman

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NEWS & OPINION

The plot thickens at the Library

The plot thickens at the Library

A page-turning chronicle of the unfolding controversy

MUSIC & CLUBS

Moodie Black, Chief and the Doomsday Device, Skippy Spiral @Skinny

Moodie Black, Chief and the Doomsday Device, Skippy Spiral @Skinny

An aggressive and risk-taking sound, the kind of avant-garde stuff that doesn’t care if you don’t like it.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Will this be the best-ever Picnic in the Park?

Will this be the best-ever Picnic in the Park?

Did someone say ‘1812 Overture’ with real cannons?

FOOD & DRINK

Blowin' Smoke blows it away

Blowin' Smoke blows it away

Barbecue + Tacos = A Savannah favorite

FILM

Review: Masterminds

Review: Masterminds

The movie is based on the 1997 Loomis Fargo robbery that took place in Charlotte, and scripters Chris Bowman, Hubbel Palmer and Emily Spivey refused to change the names to protect the stupid.

  • Savannah Film Festival announces movie lineup

    Opening night screening is 'Jackie' starring Natalie Portman

  • Review: The Magnificent Seven

    While it’s admirable that the filmmakers forged their own path, it’s also lamentable in that, overall, these men aren’t nearly as interesting or as memorable as the 1960 models.

  • Review: Blair Witch

    As expected, Blair Witch is also presented in the “found footage” format, which was fresh back in ’99 but by now has grown exceedingly stale with its overuse in cinema. In fact, “stale” pretty much describes every aspect of this film.

  • Review: Bridget Jones's Baby

    As the plot complications pile up, so do the opportunities for Zellweger and an ace supporting cast.

  • Review: Snowden

    The film clearly views Snowden as a hero rather than a traitor, and it cuts no slack for anyone on either side of the political aisle.

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