“We’ll have many independent designers, from New York City and Savannah,” says designer Rosalie Stone Morris, who is spearheading the show, which she describes as a “mini-festival.”
Historical novel explores Southern Jewish diaspora
It’s really a gripping story about one man, a death camp survivor, as he discovers his path through sweeping changes in his own life and in the world around him
Beloved event stays true to its roots as church congregation changes over time
At the core of the Festival is the effort of a church, and the inarguable fact that the Eastern Orthodox faith is inextricably entwined with the story of the modern Greek people
'I think draq queens can be more than just lip-syncers'
IT DOESN'T get much more Savannah than meeting up at The Sentient Bean with a drag queen who also used to be your pharmacist during a hurricane watch, but that's just what rising star Lavender Mist and I did before respectively gettin' outta Dodge. The Savannah queen is teaming up with vintage emporium House of Strut next week for "The Lavender Mist Experience," an immersive evening of music, performance, drinks, and visuals.
Odd Lot Productions debuts an all-original creature feature
A fan of camp film and horror, Kent is proud to include all the best elements of a trashy terror film in Slotherhouse
Did someone say ‘1812 Overture’ with real cannons?
ONE OF Savannah’s most beloved annual events, Picnic in the Park, always offers great music and fellowship. This year, however, might be the best one ever.
Friday evening food truck & music fun followed by screening of Gone With The Wind
IT’S HARD to imagine now, with downtown Savannah bustling with tourists and activity, and the Lucas Theatre having a lively yearly event calendar.
West Coast comic brings monthly show to Tybee Post Theater
You wouldn’t say anything about his gig is on Tybee Time
Savannah's favorite annual pasttimes
Latino Heritage Month — Armstrong's Hispanic Outreach and Leadership at Armstrong (HOLA) program has organized nearly 30 events for this year's celebration.
Where the literati gather
Wednesday, September 14 It’s Not That Lincoln — Tony Cope’s talk, goes into the history of the street names with which Savannahians are familiar, but of whose origins they often unaware.