Designer showcase & Trunk Show hit Belk
Top entrant Faith Thornburg, a SCAD grad, is holding a Trunk Show this Saturday to show off her line of social occasion dresses and bridal gowns.
Independent designers make it work here at home
Not that there's anything monochromatic about this Friday's SID Showcase, to be held in the lofty Dollhouse Studios. Conceived as a way to bring local designers together for Savannah Fashion Week, the show promises plenty of color.
Talking with Spoken Word Festival headliner Queen Sheba
A very small population understands what spoken word is. Some think it's the whole snapping fingers, beatnik thing, and I'm like, 'No, we've sort of surpassed that.
GnomeCon brings gamers of all ages to the table
The cards and dice may hold magical powers, but you won't find these games in Vegas. Forget blackjack and craps: Enthusiasts will gather for epic battles of games with names like Netrunner and Mice & Mystics when GnomeCon returns to Savannah, April 19-21 at the Coastal Georgia Center.
A movie star re-discovers standup comedy, his first great love
'That's a great feeling in live shows, to be right there with your audience. Movies are great, too, but you gotta wait until months later to get the benefit of the movie.'
The monthly open mic night hosted by AWOL features a mix of music and poetry. Where: Sentient Bean Coffee Shop
The Tybee Wine Festival uncorks a fifth year
'There were a few people that didn't think it could be pulled off that first year.'
Designers of all disciplines converge at SCAD Style
SCAD Style celebrates fashion and design while nailing down practical applications. The week's offerings are meant to be as educational as they are entertaining.
Running fast to catch up with fashion's punk rock cheerleader
'No Red Bull, just champagne.'
Talking with the HBO comedian and commentator
Hard to believe given his mega-fame on HBO these days during the Barack Obama era, but there was a time when Bill Maher was a pariah. Ironically fired from a show called Politically Incorrect for being, uh, politically incorrect, Maher's crime was to insinuate that you could call the 9/11 suicide hijackers a lot of names, but "coward" was probably not one of them.