The (Civil) Society Column

The plot thickens at the Library

A page-turning chronicle of the unfolding controversy

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

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NEWS & OPINION

One Hundred Miles and artist Elizabeth Slater team up to engage and inspire

One Hundred Miles and artist Elizabeth Slater team up to engage and inspire

Unifying Georgia’s coastal residents as pollution and development threaten the region’s delicate ecological balance.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Live with Lalah Hathaway

Live with Lalah Hathaway

Grammy award-winning songstress shares her gift at The Lucas

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

Our Daily Bread showcases Kentucky Hot Browns and NYC’s Cronuts

Our Daily Bread showcases Kentucky Hot Browns and NYC’s Cronuts

Two hot trends in one friendly place

FILM

Review: The Magnificent Seven

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: 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.

  • Review: Bridget Jones's Baby

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

  • Fall Arts Preview: Special Film Screenings

    Stuff to watch at local indie venues

  • Review: Sully

    Most films need some semblance of villainy to provide dramatic tension, and here it comes in the form of a panel of National Transportation Safety Board investigators determined to prove that a water landing wasn’t necessary and Sully could easily have made it back to LaGuardia.

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