Art Beat of Savannah

Stephen Milner's Ogeechee

Photographer chronicles community impacted by disastrous fish kill

Community

Throwing safety under the bus

First Student’s disastrous neglect of the school fleet caught many unaware

Interview

Becoming Carmen

A conversation with VOICE Fest star Jennifer Johnson Cano

Local Film

100 celebs, one day of Unity

Savannah is part of one-day only global release of thought-provoking documentary

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NEWS & OPINION

New tool will help recover stolen bikes in Savannah

New tool will help recover stolen bikes in Savannah

Bike Index offers a simple way for owners to enter information about their bicycles, including photographs, online. If a person’s bike is taken, he or she can use the site to tag it as stolen, after filing a police report.

  • Throwing safety under the bus

    First Student’s disastrous neglect of the school fleet caught many unaware

  • Editor's Note: Unsafe at any speed

    After the buses get rolling this week and the safety issue fades in the public consciousness, another backstory will remain: The issue of why this School Board President and School Board are consistently not being given vital information by the administrative staff at 208 Bull Street.

  • Editor's Note: Game-changers on the horizon?

    There are at least two other rumored candidates thinking about a mayoral run, the most public of which is former state legislator and retired WTOC TV news anchor Sonny Dixon.

  • Priscilla screening helps fund Savannah's first-ever LGBT center

    A trifecta of fun and goodwill: a screening of cult sensation The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, a drag show hosted by Tricksie Turner, and a presentation by Savannah’s own Blair Williams (Miss Gay America 2015!).

  • Shrimping with Morris Butler

    He's been a fixture in McIntosh County’s tight-knit shrimping community for decades

MUSIC & CLUBS

What Moon Things, Triathalon, Jackson Scott @Hang Fire

What Moon Things, Triathalon, Jackson Scott @Hang Fire

This will be the last time Rachael Perisho and Alex Maddalena will be performing with Savannah’s Triathalon, as they’re both moving away at the end of August.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Dottie Kluttz: Saving the art of storytelling

Dottie Kluttz: Saving the art of storytelling

Kluttz founded the Story Keeping program at Hospice Savannah. Now run by Suzi Barber, it gives dying people a chance to record and pass on their own stories.

FOOD & DRINK

Delish delights for downtown cupcake lovers

Delish delights for downtown cupcake lovers

It’s a family affair at Wicked Cakes, and this astute young lady has her sis, as well as her mom there to confab with on ideas, recipes, and new ventures in baking.

  • Riverboat Pizza is a hidden gem of California-style goodness

    Ingredients have a most decidedly Californian flair: artichokes, fresh-made pesto, intensely flavored sun-dried tomatoes, and spicy bacon aioli to name a few. My fave, that hits the palate with an immediate hearty rush of flavor, is the Pesto Manifesto: a pesto base, house-made bacon, chicken, sliced mushrooms, artichoke and green onion.

  • The Purity of PERC

    Coffee roaster/wholesaler to offer Saturday retail hours, curated beverage menu

  • Craft Brew Battle to benefit Tybee Post Theater

    Georgia breweries throw down at the beach

  • The livin’ is easy at bô biên hut

    Tybee Island’s first foodie couple delivers take out with an Asian twist

  • Naan Appetit curries favor with local Indian food fans

    The vegetable Samosas, plump, fried, triangular pastries stuffed with curried potatoes and peas, are a vegetarian treat even for confessed carnivores, and the accompanying green mint-coriander chutney is a delicate dipping sauce you should definitely try with them!

FILM

Review: Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation

Review: Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation

For a franchise that began nearly two decades ago (and was a hit TV show before that), here’s one that somehow manages to retain its freshness.

  • 100 celebs, one day of Unity

    Savannah is part of one-day only global release of thought-provoking documentary

  • Review: Vacation

    An extremely pleasant diversion with a few memorable bits and a likable cast, but true comic invention is hard to locate in the meandering screenplay by the late John Hughes.

  • Documentary explores Barcelona’s street art underground

    Screening at Sentient Bean is Friday

  • Review: Pixels

    What does it say that Peter Dinklage delivers the only funny performance in a movie in which his co-stars are all noted comedians? Sandler is Sandler: shambling, mumbling, easy to take and just as easy to forget.

  • Review: Trainwreck

    Like all Judd Apatow efforts, Trainwreck offers a mix of the silly and the sincere, with most of the best comic bits packed into the first half. The second part turns more serious and, consequently, more familiar.

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