Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Hurricane Irma Edition

What is “premature,” however, is making spur-of-the-moment, uninformed criticism of the decision to evacuate. The truth is that preparing for a natural disaster of this magnitude is like preparing for D-Day.


DACA denied

Local Dreamers decry decision


Savannah Jazz Festival set to begin

Beloved event runs Sept. 17-23 at multiple venues


The state of Lonestar

Country artists headline First Responder Appreciation Concert at The Stage On Bay


Savannah Philharmonic set to open 2017-2018 season

Conductor Peter Shannon talks about 'The Thousand and One Nights' season opener and more

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Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

When it comes to Eugene Talmadge, history is fairly clear: The former Georgia governor promoted segregation and white supremacy with wild-eyed self-righteousness, a chest-beating racist who exploited the apartheid mission of Jim Crow to the fullest extent.


Drab Majesty, Boy Harsher, Pyramid Club @The Jinx

Drab Majesty, Boy Harsher, Pyramid Club @The Jinx

Live performance is crucial to Drab Majesty as an art form.


5 Questions with Humberto Moro

5 Questions with Humberto Moro

SCAD MOA Curator talks about bringing Argentinian artist Liliana Porter's work to town


FARM Bluffton: 'A story on every plate’

FARM Bluffton: 'A story on every plate’

Locavore paradise is worth the drive


Review: IT

Review: IT

This new It is a respectable addition to the King cinematic canon, but it will be the adults-only second installment that will make or break the overall project

  • Review: Logan Lucky

    There are precious few characters who don’t look and sound like they just got back from molesting Ned Beatty alongside the Georgia river.

  • Review: Step

    More straightforward than many other documentaries about kids in competition, Step isn’t as richly detailed or narratively mutable as something like Hoop Dreams or Spellbound.

  • Review: The Dark Tower

    Stripped of dramatic heft, the film mainly plays like the YA-sanctioned adventures of a young boy who gets to hang out with a gunslinger and fight a wicked sorcerer

  • Review: Atomic Blonde

    The sort of movie in which nothing is as it seems, with a full menu of double-crosses, triple-crosses, false identities, and startling character revelations.

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