Art Beat of Savannah

Saltwater Gestalt

Maritime-themed large-scale installation at Ships of the Sea is a rare experience

Books

Seersucker Live: Editor and author Rob Spillman on authenticity, learning by doing, and rock ‘n’ roll

"People worry about making the next great American novel, but what we're after is a voice that feels true to the person and only that person could be writing that book or poem."

News Cycle

Bikes & cars: Fighting unjust double standards

There’s a persistent notion that even the smallest investments in bicycle or pedestrian infrastructure must be earned through good behavior

Music Features

Dex Romweber takes us home

Garage rock godfather plays the Jinx

Cuisine Feature

FULL heart, full stomach

Late night burgers and Mama’s Louisiana recipes, served with love

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NEWS & OPINION

Going wild for the Kingfisher Discovery Center

Going wild for the Kingfisher Discovery Center

Local luminaries team up to bring more kids to nature

MUSIC & CLUBS

A Rail Good Time

A Rail Good Time

Railapalooza offers music, charity, competition, and prizes

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Where the dogs are

Where the dogs are

Take home an artsy pup from annual Friends of Animals auction Aug. 27

FOOD & DRINK

Davis Produce: Simple and enjoyable

Davis Produce: Simple and enjoyable

Avoid the grocery story chaos and bright lights at this longtime local staple

FILM

Review: Ben Hur

Review: Ben Hur

What’s most shocking about Ben-Hur is how thoroughly it bungles the two most iconic and riveting sequences from the 1959 original.

  • Review: Sausage Party

    What’s particularly noteworthy about the picture is not so much its crude comic content (some of it rather insipid) but the weightier thematic elements that envelop the storyline. Sausage Party is about nothing less than existential angst, spiritual fulfillment, and the search for a higher power in a potentially Godless universe.

  • Review: Jason Bourne

    This fourth entry in the series (fifth if one includes that offshoot starring Jeremy Renner) works for a surprisingly lengthy amount of time until it finally, perhaps irrevocably, runs out of steam.

  • Review: Star Trek Beyond

    This third entry manages to travel at warp speed when it comes to delivering a satisfying mix of action, exposition, effects and — here’s the real key — characterization.

  • Review: Suicide Squad

    While it stands to make a fortune at the box office, it’s unlikely to make much of a dent in the hearts of even its most ardent supporters, the sort who insist that critics are being handsomely paid off by Marvel to trash DC adaptations (chuckle over that one as I step away to fuel my private jet) or who start petitions to shut down Rotten Tomatoes because they don’t like seeing an abundance of poor reviews.

  • ‘Vaxxed’ coming to Savannah

    Controversial documentary to screen multiple times in August

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