Interview

A-Town Get Down headliner Chuck Leavell on trees, the Stones, and his mama’s piano

"It's been a fascinating journey."

Community

Savannah Earth Day Festival is back with a fresh outlook

Savannah Chatham Sustainability Coalition set to manage Saturday event in Forsyth Park

Music

Record Store Day 2018

Celebrate indie business and music with some major retail therapy

Culture

A-Town Get Down is back on Indian Street with visuals, sounds, and soul

The festival's vibrant and loving environment is a can't-miss for artists, dreamers, and families.

Community

5 Questions: The Revival Society at Earth Day

The Revival Society is a group of creative makers in Savannah who focus their talents on ecological design

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NEWS & OPINION

Poverty Simulation, Part Two:  What’s fair?

Poverty Simulation, Part Two: What’s fair?

When you sense the game is rigged, cheating becomes the only path to success.

  • Savannah Earth Day Festival is back with a fresh outlook

    Savannah Chatham Sustainability Coalition set to manage Saturday event in Forsyth Park

  • Editor's Note: A Tale of Two Windows

    Just a few minutes after lecturing a local small business owner about his store windows, City Council took the complete opposite attitude in appearing to bend over backwards to benefit a large developer.

  • 5 Questions: The Revival Society at Earth Day

    The Revival Society is a group of creative makers in Savannah who focus their talents on ecological design

  • Poverty Simulation, Part One: It’s not a game

    The Step Up Savannah project educates about generational poverty. 'It's easy to see how wealth is passed down through generations, but after depending on my simulated family, I saw how lack of wealth is also passed down.'

  • Editor's Note: The Woo Girls and you

    In modern tourism, it's not so much about the place, but about 'the experience.' Weaponizing Instagram, Uber, and Airbnb, the bachelorette party industry represents a potent economic force which just happens to fit almost seamlessly into the marketing plans of Chambers of Commerce around the country and the deep-pockets developers they cater to.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Sir Mix-a-Lot @The Stage on Bay

Sir Mix-a-Lot @The Stage on Bay

"I assumed only like-minded people would listen. Who'd a thunk 25 years later..."

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Betsy Cain’s saturation

Betsy Cain’s saturation

Her new show presents a variety of different methods Cain uses in her paintings, including some experimentation

FOOD & DRINK

Cow by Bear: Pop-up perfection

Cow by Bear: Pop-up perfection

Savannah's Cow by Bear is not the first location, and several other Chef Bears are hosting their own pop-ups in San Diego and Seattle. Chef Po Bear explains why Savannah was so lucky to be included.

FILM

Banff Mountain Film Fest on the road: World Tour returns to  Lucas Theatre

Banff Mountain Film Fest on the road: World Tour returns to Lucas Theatre

'Sometimes the best way to impart some environmental protection education is to inspire people to do more things outside.'

  • Review: Isle of Dogs

    Anderson’s first film since his grandly entertaining gem The Grand Budapest Hotel is a dazzling and heady achievement, employing quirky animation to relate its tale of a futuristic Japan.

  • Review: Ready Player One

    The film references come at the audience at warp speed (mostly ‘80s, but also some ‘70s and ‘90s), and if the cultural co-opting was frequently a lazy trigger on the printed page, a way to get easily impressed folks to mistake nostalgia for gravitas (“Wow, Cline mentions both Back to the Future and Knight Rider! This is the bestest book ever!”), there admittedly is some of that taking place on screen as well.

  • Review: Tomb Raider

    For a character who began life as a video game avatar, she’s quite human – and certainly more so than the protagonists in past video-game adaptations.

  • Review: A Wrinkle In Time

    For a film that traffics in imagination and phantasmagorical sights, A Wrinkle in Time is surprisingly cumbersome in its visual splendor.

  • Review: Black Panther

    Forget the real-world sociopolitical scuffle: This is a welcome addition to the Marvel playbook, an exciting and pensive drama in which actions don’t always speak louder than words.

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