Catch a buzz with The Accomplices

Railroad Museum bash celebrates latest EP


Davenport House thrills with ‘Stranger than Fiction’ living history

The supernatural was on everyone’s minds in 1820s

Visual Arts

Monet and American Impressionism: A radical point of view

New exhibit set to be one of Telfair's most historic


And now for something completely different

Eric Idle: 'It's quite silly and occasionally it's savage.'

Visual Arts

Ain't no party like a Factory Party

Art Rise event celebrates Warhol’s legacy with one of his former artists

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Challenge 2015: Shaundra McKeithen, District 5

Challenge 2015: Shaundra McKeithen, District 5

'We’ve had so many plans. We need to dust those off. We spent man hours, consulting money, design money. For those to just to be sitting on someone’s desk is a waste. If we had stuck to those plans, we’d be a lot further along.'

  • Editor's Note: A word on political coverage

    We believe our readers are capable of coming to their own informed conclusions about who to vote for. My personal editorial philosophy is always to encourage 1) civic responsibility and 2) critical thinking skills. I don't presume to tell our readers how to vote.

  • Everyone loves a shaggy dog story

    Though buoyed by the human compassion he encountered, my husband returned bereft of our pet and despondent over the poverty and poorly maintained streets that exist just a dog walk away.

  • Challenge 2015: Stephen McElveen, District 6

    "My vision is for Metro to become the best police department in the country. I want officers from all over the country coming here to train."

  • Challenge 2015: Zena McClain, District 6

    'I don’t believe the Council has been focused. They’ve not operated with a strategic plan or clear vision for city. And they have waited too long. It has had serious affects on safety and security.'

  • Challenge 2015: David Self, District 6

    'I wonder if they bring in a consultant to see what they want for lunch. You can’t make this stuff up.'


Antagonizers, DDC @The Jinx

Antagonizers, DDC @The Jinx

Stick-it-out, working class street punk, a homestyle blend of good ol’ fashioned dirty rock ‘n’ roll.


Henry Dean: An artist of process

Henry Dean: An artist of process

'I’m looking at the way that the water in the moment is hitting the surface of the canvas and its reflections. Looking at the mud and the way that the tide is going in and out.'


Did someone say ‘Pumpkin Beer?’

Did someone say ‘Pumpkin Beer?’

Nutmeg, clove and cinnamon play a big part in these brews, as does sweetness.

  • The Literate Butcher: Cara Nicoletti

    Voracious author brings the beef to Smith Bros. Oct. 8

  • Three More Reasons to Say 'Kali Orexi'

    'Good Appetite' to you at this year's Savannah Greek Festival

  • 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.


Have a Very Graveface Weekend

Have a Very Graveface Weekend

Music, horror flicks highlight celebration

  • Life is like a box of low-budget horror films: A look at Savannah’s other movie history

    For an undeniably amusing look at Savannah in film 'before we were famous,' there aren't many better options than these two B-classics, and further treasures certainly remain just under the surface.

  • Review: Sicario

    “Nothing will make sense to your American ears,” Alejandro tells Kate. “But in the end, you will understand.” That proves to be an opinion, not a guarantee, and Sicario excels in the manner in which it keeps its intentions close to its chest.

  • Review: The Martian

    Perhaps not since Ron Howard’s 1995 Apollo 13 has a movie paid such loving tribute to star-struck visionaries and their egghead enablers, those brainiacs who work tirelessly to send them soaring past the heavens and just as feverishly toil to return them safely to the fold.

  • 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.

  • SAV Film Fest announces first wave

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

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