Music Reviews

Year in Review: Best Local Albums

Musicians share their own personal picks

Music Reviews

Year in Review: Best Concerts

Local musicians share their favorite live moments

Cuisine Feature

Treylor Park tickles your Southern fancy

Closely curated menu is fun and inventive

The (Civil) Society Column

A river runs through us

A revealing ride on the maligned Savannah River

News Cycle

New Standard Cycles helps make cycling accessible

Program offers aid in transportation, education

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NEWS & OPINION

Talking with... Luciana Spracher

Talking with... Luciana Spracher

City of Savannah’s resident historian is in high demand with 225th anniversary of municipal government

MUSIC & CLUBS

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Year in Review: Best Performances

Year in Review: Best Performances

Lovely, luscious, and live

FOOD & DRINK

Craft brew news roundup!

Craft brew news roundup!

World of Beer Pooler, Coastal Empire, Southbound

  • Treylor Park tickles your Southern fancy

    Closely curated menu is fun and inventive

  • Granite is rock steady

    Drayton Street locale features lively bar scene in addition to great menu

  • Stay merry with Christmas Ales

    These beers are lightly hopped and rely on a medium malt blend accented with holiday spice flavors to create a beer dark in color, often higher in alcohol and brimming with tasting notes normally attributed to your grandmother’s pecan pie.

  • Talking with... Nathalie Dupree

    Southern chef visited town during Savannah Food and Wine Fest

  • Fire Wok with me

    Beijing Hot Pot steams up Savannah

FILM

Review: Top Five

Review: Top Five

Chris Rock now lays it all on the line with Top Five, drawing upon personal experience to fashion the tale of Andre Allen, a popular comedian who's tired of headlining fluff.

  • Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

    By a dwarf hair, the best of the trio, wrapping up the story in satisfactory fashion while investing the proceedings with some genuine pathos along the way.

  • Review: Exodus: Gods and Kings

    To serve as a distraction, a gazillion dollars worth of CGI is tossed onto the screen, but the results surprisingly run hot-and-cold.

  • Review: Horrible Bosses 2

    The humor is mostly of the sort that will leave 14-year-old boys gasping for air through explosive bouts of diarrhetic laughing but find everyone else rolling their eyes.

  • Shout at the Devil

    Celebrate Sammy Davis Jr.'s 90th in wicked fashion with Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah

  • Review: The Hunger Games: Mockinjay, Part I

    We had to wait three whole years to witness how Han Solo would get rescued, we’ll only have to wait one to see if this franchise rescues itself from overhyped expectations and wraps up in high-flying fashion.

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