New Savannah State University program reinforces global connectivity
CITY HALL observers will remember a dust-up back in 2008 involving then-mayor Otis Johnson. Compared to the political hurricanes that battered Johnson in the years that followed, it now seems like a summer breeze.
Savannah Stage Company set to unveil unique 2015 season
LOVE THEATRE? Get ready: Savannah Stage Company is ready to announce their 2015 third season.
Still the reigning queen of kid lit
'Screens are bad for children. I believe overuse of screens is a thalidomide of the 21st century.'
Writing under pen name, local artist debuts children's book about thinking outside the box
'The diversity of the art is all over the place'
"I REALLY HOPE I get it done. I'm not sure I will, but I'm going to try," local artist, Isaac McCaslin says, looking at his large unfinished painting.
It's one of the most popular productions in the world
Ships of the Sea event highlights life of great Savannah writer
NOVELIST AND POET Conrad Aiken thought of life as a great circle. We return to our past.
Jinx's annual all-girl wrestling bloodbath is back again
TWO GHOULS ENTER. One ghoul leaves.
Houses of heinous horror and more!
Escape From the Haunted Room We're going to venture a guess and say that this interactive experience probably isn't for the claustrophobic.
Artist shows travel-inspired work at Gallery Espresso
TWO SMALL human figures walk into a desert landscape. The sun beats down. A solitary man walks across a wind-swept bridge. The camera lens is wet from rain.
Effingham festival focuses on culture, language and piroshkis
Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque is ready for their Halloween closeup
THOSE DEVILISH Teases have just returned from a weekend in North Carolina in time for their second annual Halloween show, "Night of the Terrifying Teases." From The Black Widow to Leatherface, your favorite villains will take the stage in the troupe's signature brand of slinky seduction and side-spitting playfulness.
R. Land keeps it real ‘all the way through’ at his show at The Butcher
IF THE NAME R. LAND doesn't sound familiar, perhaps the Atlanta-based artist's "Loss Cat" poster might ring a bell. Speckles the “Loss Cat” is pictured above a painfully funny handwritten description on a flyer that appears to have been photocopied one too many times.