Art Beat of Savannah

Growing public art locally

Savannah is witnessing the creation of a once unimaginable number of public works

Visual Arts

SAV Podcast: Mac MacCusker

Ceramics show features environmental awareness

Music Features

Savannah VOICE Fest features Don Giovanni

Mozart classic tops the itinerary

Music

Adron @Hang Fire

Tropical whimsy from an Atlanta original

Music

SheHeHe @The Jinx

Athens punk with Nicole, Noelle, Jeff, Jason and Ben T.

1 2 3 4 5

NEWS & OPINION

Make your walk a workout

Make your walk a workout

Program participants may have been a little surprised when Sandy introduced them to jelly bean circles, hip rolls, and long steps in their weekly hour-long walks.

MUSIC & CLUBS

5 Questions: Jennifer Johnson Cano

5 Questions: Jennifer Johnson Cano

From the Met to the Savannah VOICE Festival

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Ren's return

Ren's return

Spitfire Poetry Group co-founder & current ATL painter brings show to Bean

  • Growing public art locally

    Savannah is witnessing the creation of a once unimaginable number of public works

  • SAV Podcast: Mac MacCusker

    Ceramics show features environmental awareness

  • 48 Hour Film Project '14 begins

    The Wild Card can be any genre, from Romance to Film Noir to Musical. Every team has to use the same character, prop and line of dialogue somewhere in their movie.

  • Of mentors and magic

    We were an amazing team. Nothing was impossible with each other’s energy fueling our endeavors. We laughed, we fought, but mostly, we did.

  • Addams Family adventures in dysfunction

    Premiere of a Southern Gothic musical comedy

FOOD & DRINK

Get with a witbier!

Get with a witbier!

While Blue Moon is an easy gateway to the style, there are far more exciting witbiers on the market.

FILM

Review: Lucy

Review: Lucy

Lucy just becomes more intelligent and more invincible, and this siphons all conflict from the film.

  • Backstage on Broadway

    The Standbys chronicles an uncertain role in professional theater

  • Untouched screens July 29

    Savannah's Chip Lane wrote, produced and stars

  • Review: Sex Tape

    The next morning, Annie tasks Jay with erasing the footage; he of course forgets and instead leaves the compromising material on a handful of computers he hands out to select family and friends.

  • Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

    This film isn't easily forgotten, ranking as the rare sequel that's markedly better than its predecessor.

  • Review: Begin Again

    The picture is so warmhearted and generous of spirit that it's easy to overlook its contrivances. The porcelain Knightley and the shaggy Ruffalo work well off each other.

Connect Today 07.30.2014

Submit An Event

Search All Events & Listings

The Most: Read | Shared | Comments

Right Now On: Twitter | Facebook

Recent Comments

  • Re: Reader: Blunt words on Savannah's growth issues

    • And the Beat goes on.......................

    • on July 30, 2014
  • Re: Review: Lucy

    • Matt Brunson, you write some of the most enjoyable-to-read film reviews out there. Your work…

    • on July 30, 2014
  • Re: Review: Lucy

    • You probably need to stick to movie reviews. You are not intelligent enough to comment…

    • on July 25, 2014
  • Re: Editor's Note: Savannah growth under the gun

    • This editorial is spot on! The problem with violence is the culture which has allowed…

    • on July 23, 2014
  • Re: Family tradition at Flirt With Desserts

    • My husband retired from officiating college football after 40 years January 2013. Dee, my dear…

    • on July 16, 2014
  • More »

Copyright © 2014, Connect Savannah. All Rights Reserved.
Website powered by Foundation