Music Features

Black Tusk bring new LP home

Celebrate Pillars of Ash at the Jinx on Saturday

Music Features

Bomb Shelter Records

How a house venue birthed Savannah's fastest-growing, student-run DIY label

Cuisine Feature

Let it brie!

The Savannah Cheese Club ripens for a bold 2016

Interview

Savannah Music Festival: Get Rollin’ and Stumblin’ with Steep Canyon Rangers

Versatile bluegrass heroes welcome the 2016 lineup announcement party

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NEWS & OPINION

Chaz Ortiz: Food truck pioneer

Chaz Ortiz: Food truck pioneer

But, believe it or not, for as long as we’ve been waiting for City Hall to belch out a food truck ordinance, several food truck vendors already have been roaming the roads here.In years to come, these cooks-on-wheels will appear as brave as Space Age test pilots.

  • Editor's Note: Breaking down the #Bern

    People basically vote for one or both of these two reasons, and these two reasons only: 1) Emotional attachment. 2) Perceived shared cultural values and fears. That’s it.

  • Dance like everyone's watching

    “What we try to do with the festival is to present an opportunity to learn and appreciate the depth of African American history on a broad level as well as how it applies locally, especially for young people,” says Shirley James, who has organized the Black Heritage Festival since 2002.

  • My journey of discovery about riding bikes in Savannah

    When the City finished showing the proposed amendments, people stood up and spoke. One of the first things requested was the actual number of accidents between bicycles and pedestrians. The number was surprising: a staggering big fat zero.

  • Reader: 'Hillary Hate' is overblown and a creation of the media

    The media-created and FoxNotNews, Koch-head approved narrative about Hillary has settled into the minds of far too many voters.

  • What we need to know about bicycling in Savannah

    When Gen. James Oglethorpe drew up his plan for Savannah, which remains a source of inspiration and guidance for urban planners centuries later, he was not aiming to make it easier for commuters from Bryan County to get in and out of Savannah.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Ogeechee Riverkeeper Rivers Rock Fundraising Concert: Robert Lee Coleman & The Night Owls, Missionary Blues, Big Mike & the Booty Papas, Calvin Hilliard, Sista Rae @Knights of Columbus Hall

Ogeechee Riverkeeper Rivers Rock Fundraising Concert: Robert Lee Coleman & The Night Owls, Missionary Blues, Big Mike & the Booty Papas, Calvin Hilliard, Sista Rae @Knights of Columbus Hall

If you’re not familiar with Coleman’s fantastic guitar work, you’ve surely heard it on James Brown hits like “Hot Pants” and “Make It Funky."

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Holy Grail of musical comedy

The Holy Grail of musical comedy

Savannah Children's Theatre takes on Monty Python's Spamalot

FOOD & DRINK

Compromise to the Compromise to the Compromise in craft beer debate

Compromise to the Compromise to the Compromise in craft beer debate

Beer Jobs Bill a partial win but influenced by good ole boy politics

  • Let it brie!

    The Savannah Cheese Club ripens for a bold 2016

  • Gruits afternoon!

    Gruit beers are the ultimate local brews - the blend of spices varied by place depending on what was available in the area

  • Vive la 39 Rue de Jean!

    Charleston's favorite French restaurant finds a home in Savannah

  • Adam Turoni's sweet dreams come true

    Savannah's artisan chocolatier acquires new skills, a new location, and a prestigious national award

  • Barstool Traveler: Germany, where it all began

    Germany is the home of over 1200 breweries, four times as many as all other European Union countries combined.

FILM

Review: Hail, Caesar!

Review: Hail, Caesar!

An honorable look back at the olden, golden days of the studio system, when most movies were filmed on backlots and actors had strict contracts with particular companies. It touches upon numerous elements of the era, from manufactured romances between young talents to the rise of Communism in the film industry.

  • Review: The Finest Hours

    It’s likely that a History Channel documentary relying on vintage photos and talking-head interviews of those involved with the 1952 rescue would have been more emotionally stirring than this production.

  • Jewish Film Fest: Something for the whole mishpocha

    Event showcases history, football, and, of course, food

  • Shining a Spotlight on Oscar contenders

    Mad Max: Fury Road takes the lead with nominations, #OscarsSoWhite trends again, and more from this year's crop.

  • Review: Dirty Grandpa

    97 minutes of watching Robert De Niro once again mug shamelessly, Zac Efron once again display all the comic instincts of a dead hornet, and filmmakers once again assume that profanity and scatology are worthy replacements for wit and timing.

  • 'Strange But True' Documentary Film Fest comes to Muse

    A two-day nonfiction bender highlighting some of the most touching, surprising, and funny stories that are often overlooked in the cinema world.

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