Blues Trinity concert honors legends Albert, Freddie, and B.B.

Culberson, Dunn, and Lundy spearhead tribute


A.J. Croce on 'one of the hardest records to make'

Jim’s son marks anniversary of That's Me In The Bar

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Greenway deserves green light

Where can you take your family to ride your bikes safely? A completed Coastal Georgia Greenway would provide an answer


Just one Kiss

Collective Face tackles transformative Kiss of the Spider Woman

Savannah Film Festival

Meg Ryan, Olivia Wilde set for honors at Savannah Film Fest

Tix on sale now

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Style with substance at Starland Fashion Night

Style with substance at Starland Fashion Night

The most distinguished reincarnation for newsprint I could ever imagine comes this Friday with DISPOSABLE, a showcase of fabulous frocks tailored completely out of past issues of your favorite free independent newsweekly.

  • Challenge 2015: Andrée Patterson, District 2

    'I would like to see the police department, basically, target the buyers. Then you’re going to get rid of issues with drugs.'

  • Challenge 2015: Bernetta Lanier, District 1

    'Disparity equals crime. We don’t want this. We have an opportunity to put our children on the right track if we have appropriate programs and resources.'

  • Challenge 2015: Bill Durrence, District 2

    'If you’re in the affluent parts of the district, the response is better policing. In the less affluent neighborhoods,the first thing they say is jobs. What we need to do is address both.'

  • Challenge 2015: Detric Leggett, District 2

    'City Council to me right now is like old dirty soiled underwear. It’s time to change underwear.'

  • Greenway deserves green light

    Where can you take your family to ride your bikes safely? A completed Coastal Georgia Greenway would provide an answer


Barr Nobles: Remembering a Savannah renegade DJ, music writer, and activist

Barr Nobles: Remembering a Savannah renegade DJ, music writer, and activist

'I can remember as a kid, when he was on at nighttime, he put on the Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore, and we’d go down to the Chinese restaurant and get some food. He was always into different types of avant-garde music, deeper stuff.'


The Real Mad Men

The Real Mad Men

GHS lecture by Stan Deaton focuses on role of business in post-WWII Georgia and America


Ma-Maw’s BBQ in the garden of Eden… Ga.

Ma-Maw’s BBQ in the garden of Eden… Ga.

“Everything we make here is fresh—it goes from raw to smoked or fried. Never, ever frozen."

  • Get Festive this Oktober with seasonal beers

    Oktoberfest beers are traditionally a marzen bier, a lager with deep roots. Marzens derive their name from the month they were first consumed in, March. How did marzen bier become associated with Oktoberfest? The Oktoberfest festival was a great time to consume those last casks to make room for the next round of brewing.

  • Hop over to Hops & Barley

    David Barker, Hops and Barley’s owner took the "unfortunate opportunity" of the Beer Growlers demise and turned it into a positive. Barker purchased ten of the Beer Growler’s taps, their cooler and sinks.

  • College Guide: Healthy & cheap grocery shopping

    Brighter Day’s collection of vitamins and herbs are of the highest quality and integrity. Their Kid’s Calm Fruity Splash Multi-Vitamin is a great secret weapon to help grown-ups ease anxiety.

  • Bacon you crazy on River Street

    2nd Annual Bacon Fest brings home the..... well, you know

  • Wholesome baked goodness at Mattie Belle’s

    Mattie Belle’s is named for Lisa’s grandmother, a true Southern lady who loved to grow her own veggies, can and pickle up fresh fruits, and, best of all, have great, big family dinners.


SAV Film Fest announces first wave

SAV Film Fest announces first wave

Meryl Streep, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, and more grace Savannah screens

  • Review: The Intern

    The occasional Silver Linings Playbook aside, the deterioration of De Niro’s career has been swift and brutal, the result of too many bald lunges at sizable paychecks. So it’s nice to see him underplaying rather than overacting, delivering a relaxed, sympathetic performance and matching up nicely with Anne Hathaway’s comparatively jittery character.

  • The Carters, The Cashes, & Americana

    Muse hosts Southeast premiere of award-winning music documentary The Winding Stream

  • Review: Black Mass

    Practically unrecognizable with that bald pate and those blue-sky contact lenses, Depp projects ferocious intensity as real-life crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger, who spent over a decade as the #2 man on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, right under some fellow named Osama bin Laden.

  • Review: No Escape

    It’s easy to understand why this movie is getting hammered in many quarters as offensive agitprop. But I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that No Escape works on a gut level – I haven’t seen a more intense motion picture during all of 2015.

  • 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.

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