Second year of shakin' it at the Savannah Burlesque Festival

The amount of submissions is indicative of the festival’s success last year


A Brighter Day ahead

A conversation with the original founders and new owners of a Savannah institution

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Wave goodbye to the Waving Girl?

In a state where it's almost impossible to get a Confederate monument moved, apparently all it takes to get a non-Confederate monument moved is some campaign contributions and a couple of letters from politically-connected lobbyists.

Music Features

The Train Wrecks’ Homegrown Holiday Hoedown: Nine years strong

Drummer Jeremy Hammons details 9th annual event


Go Around the World in Eighty Days with Savannah Rep

The classic play comes to life at Savannah’s equity theater

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Emmaus House serves a daily Feast of Love to the homeless and hungry

Emmaus House serves a daily Feast of Love to the homeless and hungry

Emmaus House serves up helpings Monday-Friday to the homeless and hungry members of our community


Mandolin evolution: a conversation with Tony Williamson

Mandolin evolution: a conversation with Tony Williamson

Virtuosic legend chats ahead of Randy Wood performance


Giving season at Kobo

Giving season at Kobo

Kobo functions as a co-op, with all 14 artists taking an active role in the gallery’s upkeep


Let's go jellyfishin'

Let's go jellyfishin'

UGA Aquarium hosts novelty workshop about Georgia’s biggest seafood commodity


Midway to Ford v Ferrari

Midway to Ford v Ferrari

A look at all the noteworthy alternative cinema events taking place over the next week or so

  • Anime, Peter Jackson, and Citizen Kane

    Its cinematography by the great Gregg Toland demands to be appreciated in a theatrical setting such as the Tybee Post.

  • Church of the SubGenius hits the SAV

    Rare opportunity to view acclaimed new documentary on long-running counterculture phenomenon

  • Slacking Towards Bethlehem this holiday season

  • Review: The Irishman

    The Irishman often plays like a “Greatest Hits” compilation of moments from such Scorsese offerings as GoodFellas and Casino.

  • Review: Queen & Slim

    Just as Thelma & Louise was firmly rooted in Americana, so too is Queen & Slim, offering peeks at various facets of society as the two fugitives travel across different state lines in an attempt to free themselves from this nightmare.

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