Digging deeper

UGA study to examine far-reaching impacts of port expansion


Talking with... Benjamin Johnson Sr.

58-year veteran local longshoreman has stories to share this Labor Day

Cuisine Feature

'Welcome to the family'

Pacci's supper club brings everyone to the table


The Love Language @Hang Fire

'Live, we’re not going for hitting every note perfectly. It’s a different kind of energy.'


Your Brew-vival Guide

Tips to get the most out of the Craft Brew Fest

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Unearthing the 'Weeping Time'

Unearthing the 'Weeping Time'

Events offer insight into America's largest single slave sale


5 Questions: The Heavy Pets

5 Questions: The Heavy Pets

The Florida-based jam band plays Congress Street Social Club August 29.


Enterprising art

Enterprising art

Non-Fiction Gallery launches adventurous new business model


Brew & Improved

Brew & Improved

Brew Fest unveils a few new surprises


Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Woody Allen has created movie magic on many occasions, but in this instance, the man behind the curtain has gone noticeably MIA.

  • Review: The Giver

    The performances are on the undercooked side, with even old pros Bridges and Streep unable to muster much enthusiasm.

  • Review: The Expendables 3

    Stallone as usual hogs the spotlight, though Antonio Banderas, as a motormouth assassin who wants to join the team, steals second-half scenes whenever he can.

  • Review: Calvary

    The film includes smart dialogue, compelling characters, a wicked sense of humor and a towering turn from Brendan Gleeson.

  • Review: If I Stay

    Like The Fault in Our Stars, it's similarly adapted from a novel in which lovestruck kids are coping with life-and-death situations.

  • Human Rights Watch Film Fest debuts

    5 questions with film guru Jim Reed

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