Author examines history of Savannah State
WHEN I’M dead, I hope people talk of me the way Erik Brooks writes about Savannah State University.
Voice Festival event celebrates chapter of Savannah history
SEXY PEOPLE die in operas.
'Really my number one goal up there is to kill'
The supernatural was on everyone’s minds in 1820s
IF YOU'RE looking for spine-tingling tales, it doesn’t get more macabre than Savannah in 1820.
Eric Idle: 'It's quite silly and occasionally it's savage.'
GRAB your dead parrot, your finest shrubbery (one that looks nice, and not too expensive) and get ready to silly walk your way to Johnny Mercer Theatre on Tuesday: the Pythons have arrived.
Event brings buccaneering fun Thursday-Sunday on Tybee Island
THE Tybee Island Pirate Fest is a four-day festival with live music, a parade and family-friendly activities.
GHS lecture by Stan Deaton focuses on role of business in post-WWII Georgia and America
THE BIG Georgia History Festival main event isn’t until February, but the Savannah-based Georgia Historical Society is revving up for this year’s shindig with a lecture by their resident Senior Historian and all around awesome dude, Stan Deaton. Deaton gives the Keynote Address this Thursday evening entitled “The Birth of the American Dream: How the Real Mad Men Changed the World.”