College Student Guide

Aquaponics at Armstrong

Students research the future of sustainable farming

College Student Guide

SSU’s WHCJ-FM keeps alternative music alive—and commercial free

42 years and several upgrades later, the station's 6,000 watts cover all of Chatham County at 90.3 FM

College Student Guide

Smoke Cartel’s on fire

Launched with $600 in 2013 from Sean's living room, the company now employs several dozen people locally

Music Features

Savannah Jazz Festival: Carmen Bradford

Acclaimed vocalist returns to Jazz Fest stage

Music Features

Statts Fest: Another home run

Family-friendly benefit returns to Grayson Stadium with music, art, and fun

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Hurricane Irma Report Card

Editor's Note: Hurricane Irma Report Card

Many people this year second-guessed the decision to evacuate Savannah, given the storm's eventual path. (These were often the same people who criticized CEMA for moving too slowly last year.) But given the massive flooding on Tybee, it turns out that CEMA's decision to continue with the Zone A mandatory evacuation was exactly the correct and responsible call.

  • Want more A's? Get more Zzz's!

    Brighter Day sponsors free lecture on natural ways to improve sleep on Sept. 26

  • Smoke Cartel’s on fire

    Launched with $600 in 2013 from Sean's living room, the company now employs several dozen people locally

  • Bikes and College 101

    Executive Director of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign keeps us on the straight and narrow

  • Connect owner receives award

    "Those who have had the pleasure of dealing with Charles Morris through the years know him to be more than willing to share his knowledge and insights of the media business in any way he can to help others."

  • Aquaponics at Armstrong

    Students research the future of sustainable farming

COLLEGE STUDENT GUIDE

How to see shows in Savannah when you're not 21

How to see shows in Savannah when you're not 21

Here in the birthplace of Big Boi and Baroness, there are many opportunities

  • The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

    A handy resource is the ART MAP SAV. Produced by the Arts Resource Collective of Savannah, it’s a comprehensive guide to the galleries and studios in the area.

  • Want more A's? Get more Zzz's!

    Brighter Day sponsors free lecture on natural ways to improve sleep on Sept. 26

  • Aquaponics at Armstrong

    Students research the future of sustainable farming

  • Smoke Cartel’s on fire

    Launched with $600 in 2013 from Sean's living room, the company now employs several dozen people locally

  • Real talk on your first year of school

    While you're in college there are going to be some parties that you will always remember for the rest of your life, just make sure they're unforgettable for the right reasons and not just out of regret.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Stephane Wrembel Band kicks off a new season of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts

Stephane Wrembel Band kicks off a new season of Trinity Sanctuary Concerts

In his search, Wrembel found the music of Django Reinhardt, the father of gypsy jazz

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

A handy resource is the ART MAP SAV. Produced by the Arts Resource Collective of Savannah, it’s a comprehensive guide to the galleries and studios in the area.

FOOD & DRINK

Late night eats & where to find ‘em

Late night eats & where to find ‘em

A round-up of hotspots that keep the kitchen cookin’ far past the dinner hour

FILM

Fall Film Frenzy

Fall Film Frenzy

The return of Rick Deckard, Queen Victoria … and Madea!

  • 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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