It's our Fall Arts Preview – your one-stop calendar shop for everything in festivals, music, theater, books and movies between now and the end of the year!
PLUS our regular real-good reads. This week’s features include:
Conversations with Savannah Jazz Festival headliner Tom Scott and soon-to-retire Savannah bookseller Eleanor Shavers;
The lowdown of a new charity-slash-cuisine deal at the Sparetime;
The Collective Face starts the fall theater season with the controversial drama Equus;
A preview of Friday’s debut performance by the Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue; Connect’s own Bill DeYoung debuts his non-fiction book Skyway at the Ships of the Sea Museum.
Connect has our area’s most complete WEEKLY arts and entertainment and community calendars, and the latest in local cuisine, visual arts, music and movies as well as community news and issues.
Connect Savannah, available everywhere in print Wednesday. And yes indeed, Connect is always, absolutely free.