Bad feminist and literary ‘It Girl’ comes to Savannah Sept. 3
IF YOU'RE a writer, a reader or a tweeter, you may already know that this is the moment of Roxane Gay.
The importance of 'place, race and income'
LET'S face it, raw data isn’t sexy.
Cool Communities in Hot Savannah features diverse collection of entertainers and organizations
'Sleaze-o-Rama' Grindhouse triple feature helps raise medical funds for Keith Kozel
IT’S NOT NEWS that beloved local musician and artist Keith Kozel has been suffering from a rare kidney malady.
In all, 75 percent of the fleet as inherited by MV wasn’t roadworthy by state or federal standards, with over 7,000 safety or maintenance defects being discovered so far. Though the damning audit was done in Nov. 2014, Board President Byrne didn’t receive a copy of it until the week before school opened.
A trifecta of fun and goodwill: a screening of cult sensation The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, a drag show hosted by Tricksie Turner, and a presentation by Savannah’s own Blair Williams (Miss Gay America 2015!).
Broughton Street’s original queen of cool looks back
ON THE SECOND FLOOR of 14 E. Broughton Street, there's a towering circle centered against the street-side window.