South Carolina Ballet is bringing back its production of Beauty & The Beast with more dazzle and grace than ever before.
Savannah's cultural community reflects on inspiring legacy of Muse Arts Warehouse
'We accomplished our mission'
Annual event brings about 16,000 to local museums and sites
SEEING AS each year Super Museum Sunday comes hours prior to your company joining you in front of the big screen for the most anticipated football game of the year, you could almost consider this event the official Super Bowl Kickoff. This year, 88 historic sites, houses and museums were opened for free throughout Georgia, 54 of these sites belonging to Savannah or not to far from Savannah.
Local couple publishes separate—but complementary—memoirs
Before their stories converged, however, there were two tremendously different tales.
‘Bukowski in a sundress’ will read at The Book Lady
With scathing humor, accessible language, and unflinching honesty, Addonizio’s barstool musings and raw verse have been published in six poetry collections
A talk with Black Heritage Festival coordinator Shirley James
NOW IN its 28th year, the Savannah Black Heritage Festival brings a remarkable number and variety of events to town all this month.
Inaugural celebration welcomes superstar comedian Michelle Buteau, sketch, improv, and more
To kick off their first fest, the organizers have called in a multitalented crop of funny friends and cohorts from all across the comedy world
'I guess it’s sort of like spaghetti: you throw subjects out there and see how people kind of behave.'
A chat with Telfair Museums’ Harry DeLorme on art, technology and absurd fun
SAVANNAH MAY be famous for its historic preservation of the past, but for the past 11 years, it’s served as the cutting edge between art and technology. It makes sense that the PULSE Festival launched right around the same time as the opening of the Jepson Center for the Arts, a modern architectural wonder designed by the award-winning Moshe Safdie.
If you had to trace every instance of your DNA being left behind, could you do it? Would you want to know?
Sound artist Courtney Brown brings interactive innovation to PULSE
By turning the skull into, essentially, a large dinosaur tuba, blowing into it is a musical performance