Countywide coalition crunches numbers into a 20-year plan

The importance of 'place, race and income'

Music Features

Ben Tucker Memorial Night @Westin

Hit the floor to the sounds of Gina Rene, Teddy Adams, Howard Paul, and Jody Espina


Craft Beer Week is here!

Leadup to Craft Brew Fest sees tap takeovers galore


Hanging tight

How one little bar with a lot of heart transformed Savannah’s music scene

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Violence, interrupted

Violence, interrupted

As a denizen of a neighborhood that sees its share of crime but falls in the category of “good”—as in no one gets shot at on a regular basis—I struggle with how to support those who live in troubled communities without coming off as an interloper.


Quieting Les Racquet

Quieting Les Racquet

After this week's gig at Barrelhouse South, the band will take a break after five hard years of touring.


‘City Transversed’ connects art, engineering and ecology

‘City Transversed’ connects art, engineering and ecology

Lisa D. Watson explores the unexpected nature of bridges


Happy chef, happy food at Little Italy

Happy chef, happy food at Little Italy

Maybe it was the salty tang of the marshlands, the laidback Savannah vibe, or piquant mix of tourism and history, but during a weekend Gary felt that itch again, to move, expand outwards, and share his vision of real Naples cuisine, and this time, not just his famous pizza.


  • Head West for revenge with Danish flick The Salvation

    While the Western certainly is a staple of American culture, the genre has been picked up internationally; there are Australian, Japanese, and Korean versions, “Curry Westerns” (Spaghetti Western through an Indian lens), and even “Meat pie Westerns,” which typically take place in the Australian Outback.

  • Review: Shaun the Sheep Movie

    Despite being a silent film in that no one speaks dialogue, its references span the decades, from the silent masterpiece Modern Times (when Shaun’s characters do speak, it’s in unintelligible gibberish clearly inspired by the Chaplin film) to The Silence of the Lambs.

  • Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

    This new film may not quite match the intensity or excitement of Tom Cruise's newest Mission Impossible edition, but it’s nevertheless a worthwhile endeavor, with director Guy Ritchie toning down the spastic shooting style that all but destroyed his Sherlock Holmes films with Robert Downey Jr.

  • Review: Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation

    For a franchise that began nearly two decades ago (and was a hit TV show before that), here’s one that somehow manages to retain its freshness.

  • 100 celebs, one day of Unity

    Savannah is part of one-day only global release of thought-provoking documentary

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