Savannah Music Festival

Savannah Music Festival: Dianne Reeves is 'Doing My Thing'

She does it all with sophistication & elegance

Environment

Talking with… Rene Heidt

She’s a captain, an environmentalist, an artist—and a sharktooth hunter

Interview

Mountain Goats' Jon Wurster talks about their new wrestling-themed LP

‘There is definitely a campiness to that world...’

Savannah Music Festival

Savannah Music Festival: Josh Ritter is ready to ring your bell

'Recording should still be a party at heart.'

News Cycle

The car doesn’t have to be the ruler of Pooler

Some of the opposition to CAT is predictable

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NEWS & OPINION

Indigo Sky Gallery hosts a conversation of ‘tender issue' of race

Indigo Sky Gallery hosts a conversation of ‘tender issue' of race

“It amazes me that people can think we can have a thriving economic vision in Savannah when the poverty rate is 28 percent,” says Alethea Raynor.

  • Talking with… Rene Heidt

    She’s a captain, an environmentalist, an artist—and a sharktooth hunter

  • Micromanaging the Neighborhood?

    There’s something to be said for discussing on-the-ground solutions for your personal, particular section of Savannah instead of having another hopeless conversation about the systemic apathy and buck-passing that seem to prevent the Big Problems from ever reaching resolution.

  • Tour Guide: 'Free speech' lawsuit could threaten preservation funding

    In my 14 years as a licensed guide, there is not a single instance where I’ve felt like my own right to free speech was being infringed upon. No one has ever told me what I can or cannot say on a tour.

  • Editor's Note: When 'Religious Liberty' Attacks

    The Millennial generation isn’t only the largest generation in U.S. history. They are by far the most atheist/agnostic in U.S. history as well, driven away from religion by the sheer ugliness of the most conservative of American religious people.

  • The car doesn’t have to be the ruler of Pooler

    Some of the opposition to CAT is predictable

MUSIC & CLUBS

Savannah Music Festival Review: Lucinda Williams

Savannah Music Festival Review: Lucinda Williams

Williams told the crowd that she had long considered turning one of her poet father’s works into a song and had finally done it with “Compassion,” one of his best-loved poems.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Home Stretch to the Halfpipe: Public skate park breaks ground

Home Stretch to the Halfpipe: Public skate park breaks ground

With a little luck and a little more money, next spring the air around Lake Mayer will be filled with whoops, hollers and the joyful sound of wheels grinding on concrete.

FOOD & DRINK

Bubba’s Bistro: Downhome cookin’ with an elegant touch in Richmond Hill

Bubba’s Bistro: Downhome cookin’ with an elegant touch in Richmond Hill

Mark Thomas smokes all his own meats in-house, so if you have a yen for BBQ, it’s tasty, juicy and full of fine, smoky flavor.

FILM

Review: Get Hard

Review: Get Hard

Get Hard should be an early frontrunner for the title of the year’s worst comedy; instead, it provides enough sharp satire on other fronts – and finds one of its stars fully coming into his own – that it easily escapes that designation.

  • Review: Run All Night

    I can’t help but imagine that the following conversation took place on the set.........

  • Review: Cinderella

    There’s never a moment when our heart isn’t going out to Cinderella, and with Lily James delivering a lovely performance in the role, we’re anxious for her to finally arrive at her Happily Ever After.

  • Everything is (still) Terrible!

    Found footage phenomenon hits Graveface

  • Review: Focus

    Another in the long line of tricky, sleight-of-hand yarns in which everyone is deceiving everyone else at all times, but based on the results of 2013’s Now You See Me and this picture, it’s obvious that Hollywood’s hustlers have lost their sting since the days of Paul Newman.

  • Review: Hot Tub Time Machine 2

    Corddry, Duke and especially Robinson are still amusing to watch, but without Cusack around to anchor the proceedings with his likability and semi-straight man status, the film drifts further and further into strictly puerile waters.

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