Tidings of good health and joy!

Looking forward to a healthy and happy 2015

Music Features

Coastal Jazz Christmas Day Concert & Jam Session @Savannah Station

It's as much a concert as a community event


Talking about… Sandfly

Norman Luten Jr. is spearheading preservation and activism efforts

Music Features

NYE: Zach Deputy @Barrelhouse South

Limited to 150 people, so snag tickets online beforehand.

City Notebook

The Year in Review: News

The Top 14 of 2014

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Mind blown on Broughton Street

Mind blown on Broughton Street

Locals only! was my battle cry this season as I sought out gifts made and/or sold by folks who live in my zip code.


Massive $5 Christmastime Extravaganza @Graveface Records

Massive $5 Christmastime Extravaganza @Graveface Records

This time, Washington, D.C.'s Protester and Public Suicide are coming through, along with Massachusetts' Some Nerve, on their way to FYA Fest in Florida.


Rockin' New Year's Eve @Savannah Theatre

Rockin' New Year's Eve @Savannah Theatre

Expect all kinds of tunes, from oldies to Top 40 to Broadway.


The Collins Quarter: Coffeecentric casual elegance

The Collins Quarter: Coffeecentric casual elegance

'I may get in trouble here, but when I came to Savannah I just couldn’t find a decent cuppa coffee.'


Review: Wild

Review: Wild

Witherspoon is superb as Cheryl, who undergoes a strenuous 1,100-mile hike in an attempt to find herself after suffering through a series of personal crises.

  • Review: Foxcatcher

    Steve Carell is scary-good, subjugating all traces of the familiar comic spark very much in evidence in his previous films.

  • Review: Annie

    Jamie Foxx is a delight, and the script by director Will Gluck and Aline Brosh McKenna works overtime in presenting clever topical twists on the stage show’s clichés.

  • 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: 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.

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