Art Beat of Savannah

Getting weird with Camden Noir

Tattoo artist branches out with art show at Sulfur Studios

Cuisine Feature

Bar • Food celebrates renovation and new menu at grand reopening

From French Asian cuisine to trendy Gourmet Fare

Music

Thursday Night Opry @Trinity UMC

These days, a performance from Dukes is a rare treat, so take advantage of this special appearance.

Local Film

Telluride Mountainfilm shares the human experience

This year, the fest turns the focus on inspirational tales

Community

Starlandia's Space Station launches new galaxy of classes, workshops and performances

'There is so much creativity packed into this area, I don’t even know how it’s physically possible,' muses Clinton Edminster

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Behind the crime stats

Editor's Note: Behind the crime stats

In terms of trend analysis, 2015 and 2016 stand on their own as almost eerily similar compared to each other. But taken as a unit they also stand in stark contrast to the prior decade.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Stopover announces band lineup

Stopover announces band lineup

Julien Baker, Caveman, A Tribe Called Red are among standouts

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Bloom and grow with Savannah Children’s Theatre

Bloom and grow with Savannah Children’s Theatre

Diverse cast brings The Secret Garden to life

FOOD & DRINK

Big Bon Pizza  is one big family

Big Bon Pizza is one big family

Food truck/catering effort is a slice of Savannah’s food future

FILM

Review: Silence

Review: Silence

With Silence, Scorsese again fully turns his attention to the spiritual side, and the result is a movie that’s both disturbing and deeply committed.

  • Telluride Mountainfilm shares the human experience

    This year, the fest turns the focus on inspirational tales

  • CinemaSavannah honors the magic of Muse with The Love Witch

    The acclaimed feminist ode to ‘60s exploitation film will be the last to screen in cherished space

  • Film 2016: The Best and Worst

    The hits and misses, from A (Arrival) to Z (Zoolander No. 2)

  • Review: Hidden Figures

    Based on Margot Lee Shetterly’s nonfiction book, Hidden Figures places Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson) at the forefront, relating how she was tapped for her skills as a mathematician to help NASA’s Space Task Group (headed by Kevin Costner’s tough but fair director) crunch the numbers needed to successfully send astronaut John Glenn (winningly played by Glen Powell) into space and have him safely return to Earth.

  • Review: Fences

    Reprising their roles from the 2010 Broadway revival, Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are nothing short of remarkable as Troy and Rose Maxson, living in 1950s Pittsburgh and dealing with issues involving family, infidelity and dashed dreams.

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