Beverages

College Issue: Top 10 Coffee Spots

Matching your beans to your means

Interview

Shannon on the Philharmonic

Conductor speaks about this weekend's opener and a very diverse season

Interview

'I try to stay positive. That's the main thing. To stay positive.'

Statts Fest brings local music scene together

Theatre

Grey Gardens: Beautiful garbage, beautiful dresses

Delightfully dysfunctional musical opens at Muse

Education

College Issue: SCAD Soccer

International flavor is the name of the game

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NEWS & OPINION

College Issue: The Bicycling Guide

College Issue: The Bicycling Guide

Savannah is becoming one of the Southeast’s best bicycling cities. If you like using bikes for transportation or recreation or both, you are in the right place at the right time.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Dirty Dolls @Pour Larry's and Club One for Pride Weekend

Dirty Dolls @Pour Larry's and Club One for Pride Weekend

'Our first show was in the basement of Club One during Pride 2013. We’re still thrilled to be Savannah’s only event catering to LGBT women.'

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Spirits of Savannah entwines history, legend and lavish art

Spirits of Savannah entwines history, legend and lavish art

Ghosts and goosebumps in new book

FOOD & DRINK

College Issue: Can't spell SEC without beer, sort of

College Issue: Can't spell SEC without beer, sort of

A hoppy hop through breweries of the SEC East.

FILM

Review: Frank

Review: Frank

As Frank, Fassbender must act without his facial expressions, a daunting task for any actor. Yet even donning that gargantuan fake head, he carves out a complete characterization.

  • Review: The Drop

    The title refers to Brooklyn bars where gangsters deposit illegally acquired loot that will later be picked up by their bosses. One such place is a small joint that used to be owned by Marv (James Gandolfini) until the Chechens showed up and took over.

  • Review: The Last of Robin Hood

    The film focuses on the event that defined the final years (1958-1959) of Errol Flynn's (Kevin Kline) life: his relationship with 18-year-old Beverly Aadland (Dakota Fanning).

  • Review: Life After Beth

    Erica (Anna Kendrick) is a nice girl who’s only shoehorned into the plot so we can all rest assured that Zach will have a new relationship waiting once he lays his current one to rest (pun fully intended.

  • Review: The November Man

    Pierce Brosnan, the former Bond himself, is back in the spy saddle again at the age of 61.

  • Review: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

    It's hampered by atrocious continuity errors that suggest Rodriguez and Miller didn't have any recollections of making a Sin City flick before this one.

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