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Dropping some Smart Cycling knowledge

Graduates will know the law is on their side

Cuisine Feature

The livin’ is easy at bô biên hut

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

Music Features

Futurebirds @Service Brewing Co.

The boys are back in town to celebrate one year of Service Brewing Company

City Notebook

Raising the CSS Georgia

Event at Ft. Jackson gives public a chance to see the complex dive effort


A new visit to the Little Shop

Savannah Summer Theatre Institute presents challenging new take on beloved classic

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Our rising feminine mystique

Our rising feminine mystique

Nobody puts our brilliant babes in a corner these days, and July has been a banner month for talented women representing our fair little town.


(The) Niche is Back!

(The) Niche is Back!

'Most guitar parts we kind of come up with—especially with the dual leads—are written in the song when we’d get together with everybody else and jam.'


Ships of the Sea showcases works of master builder Joseph Gallettini

Ships of the Sea showcases works of master builder Joseph Gallettini

Gallettini passed away in 1964, and his friend and benefactor Mills B. Lane, Jr. vowed that his work would have a prominent place in “the little marine exhibit we’re going to fix down on the bay.”


Craft Brew Battle to benefit Tybee Post Theater

Craft Brew Battle to benefit Tybee Post Theater

Georgia breweries throw down at the beach


Documentary explores Barcelona’s street art underground

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: Ant-Man

    What allows Ant-Man to flourish is that it largely turns its back on the solemnity and self-importance that occasionally hamper Marvel features and instead traffics in the same sort of freewheeling frivolity seen in last summer’s smash, Guardians of the Galaxy.

  • 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.

  • Review: Amy

    It’s easy for us working-class stiffs to get annoyed with celebrities who have it all and seemingly throw it away, but Amy does a better job than almost any other documentary in detailing how the pressures of being perpetually thrust into the spotlight are very real. This is poignant material, with the outrage mostly emanating from the presence of the sleazebags who effectively co-opted her life.

  • Review: Magic Mike XXL

    It’s sexy, it’s stylish, it’s well-paced (and the dance routines exceptionally well-choreographed), and it’s unexpectedly pro-women.

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