Intro

Best of Savannah 2015 Winners List

You Voted, They Won, Here They Are!

Interview

A decade of Black Tusk

The trio moves forward with hometown show, tours, record

Music Reviews

Revival Fest lineup announced!

Fruit Bats, SCOTS, Those Darlins among acts at September event

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NEWS & OPINION

Cautionary tale of an accident survivor

Cautionary tale of an accident survivor

Would I wear a helmet? No, of course not. What use would I have for the fuddy-duddy’s buddy?

  • 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.

  • Reading between the votes

    All the strange things y'all wrote on the Best Of Savannah ballot

  • Sticking ‘eminent domain’ where the sun don’t shine

    In a move that practically shocked the underpants off of us all, Gov. Nathan Deal announced that his administration is against the Palmetto Pipeline, a billion dollar project that would slice through Southern wetlands and rivers on its way to the sea like General Sherman on a leaky bulldozer.

  • Everyone deserves HUGS: Affordable counseling center expands to new facility

    'Studies show that mental health and addiction counseling has the most value in terms of positive outcome, yet it’s the most underfunded community service,' she says. 'We’re bridging that gap, but it’s a lot bigger that we anticipated.'

MUSIC & CLUBS

Thursday Night Opry: Rachael Shaner, Clouds & Satellites, Caleb Warren and the Perfect Gentlemen @Trinity UMC

Thursday Night Opry: Rachael Shaner, Clouds & Satellites, Caleb Warren and the Perfect Gentlemen @Trinity UMC

Shaner finds that her best songs are written after she's been able to take in her experiences.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

‘On the wheels of a dream’ with SCAD’s Ragtime

‘On the wheels of a dream’ with SCAD’s Ragtime

The play’s honest talk of race relations and police brutality makes it a coincidentally timely performance in light of Freddie Gray’s murder and the ensuing Baltimore riots.

FOOD & DRINK

Southbound, Service, Coastal Empire present their newest brews

Southbound, Service, Coastal Empire present their newest brews

All of the breweries currently have brand new but very different beers available on draft around town.

FILM

Review: Tomorrowland

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.

  • Review: The Water Diviner

    This isn’t a muck-raking expose as much as it’s a personal tale told against an international canvas.

  • Review: The Age of Adaline

    From the very premise to a couple of head-smacking coincidences, the movie mightily tests our willingness to go with the flow. To its credit, it succeeds throughout most of its length,

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