Art Beat of Savannah

Reflections of expression

A banner year for local art so far

Music Features

SCAD New Alumni Concert: The Wailers, Rusted Root @Forsyth Park

Bob Marley's legacy lives on

Interview

Sounding off: A Special Report

Local music venues fret over noise complaints

Community

ReStore gets a reboot

New Habitat for Humanity location is in former Food Lion location on MLK Jr Blvd.

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NEWS & OPINION

The Wacky, Wonderful World of Starlandia!

The Wacky, Wonderful World of Starlandia!

'It's a mining operation, really,' explains owner/founder Clinton Edminster. 'We take in raw materials and filter out the diamonds and gold.'

  • Editor's Note: #Fix80Now or #StartPlanningForGrowth?

    The unfathomably horrifying carnage on I-16 is happening against the backdrop of an increasingly impassable Highway 80 to Tybee Island.

  • 'Nudge him a bit'

    More education is obviously needed on sharing the road

  • ReStore gets a reboot

    New Habitat for Humanity location is in former Food Lion location on MLK Jr Blvd.

  • Bringing out the Best of Savannah

    We know the Best of Savannah issue has legs longer than a giraffe wearing a pair Louboutins, and its winners continue to be referenced long after its week on the stands.

  • Editor's Note: The Best Is Here And It's Epic

    The Best of Savannah issue provides probably the most comprehensive snapshot of what’s going on at the ground level in Savannah, in great scope and in a large sample size.

MUSIC & CLUBS

J Roddy Walston & The Business, Avers @The Jinx

J Roddy Walston & The Business, Avers @The Jinx

If you like T. Rex, Led Zeppelin, and a show where you just might get clocked in the head by a flying piano stool, you’ll wanna get down with The Business.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Big Fish that won’t get away

The Big Fish that won’t get away

Savannah Children’s Theatre stages adaptation of novel & Tim Burton movie

FOOD & DRINK

Take home a bit of Jamaican Soul

Take home a bit of Jamaican Soul

'I cooked at home for my family, and sold meals to nursing home residents where my wife worked. They kept asking me, when you gonna start up your own place?'

FILM

Review: Aloha

Review: Aloha

Emma Stone seems too young for her role, and Allison remains as much a conceit as an actual character – she’s like a manic pixie dream girl in uniform.

  • Review: San Andreas

    The actors play their likable characters with conviction, making it easy to sympathize with their plight, and the special effects are consistently excellent, with some visuals that really pop in 3-D. But after about an hour, the picture hits a brick wall, settling into a measured routine that grows tedious.

  • Review: Tomorrowland

    It’s not an atrocity like Patch Adams but it shares DNA in that it seeks to be a positive and uplifting experience and, damn it, it’s going to grab you by the lapels and vigorously shake you until you agree.

  • Review: Poltergeist

    It’s not that this Poltergeist is a bad film but it does appear to be made for people who have never seen a haunted house film before.

  • Review: Hot Pursuit

    Most of these moments that do work owe their heartiness to Reese Witherspoon, who often rises above the tired nature of her role (a female cop who’s a klutz on the job and a failure on the dating scene).

  • Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

    The film’s kinetic thrust is breathtaking, with Director George Miller relying as much on physical feats of derring-do as he does on CGI.

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