Art Beat of Savannah

Five years of change

W.W. Law collection from 1960-65 goes on view at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center

City Notebook

Two sides of the Thanksgiving table

Celebrate Native American Indian Heritage Month with special event at Massie Heritage Center

Music Features

Craig Finn, stripped-down and personal

The Hold Steady frontman set for intimate gig at Neighborhood Comics

Music Features

Rumours ATL make Fleetwood Mac fun

Popular tribute band plays Victory North


A happy Stripsgiving from Sweet Tease

An all POC burlesque revue for a good cause

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Kurtis Purtee: Keeping it hyperlocal in race for Sixth District

Kurtis Purtee: Keeping it hyperlocal in race for Sixth District

When I met Kurtis Purtee, the man hoping to oust Thomas in December’s runoff election for City Council, at a Savannah Mall coffee shop, it was supposed to be his day off


Bomba Con Buya: a celebration of Puerto Rican music

Bomba Con Buya: a celebration of Puerto Rican music

Chicago-based ensemble plays Savannah State


5 Questions with Daniel E. Smith

5 Questions with Daniel E. Smith

'We’re trying to work our way through this social and political situation. We’re thinking about it.'


Ebenezer Greens' revolution

Ebenezer Greens' revolution

Microgreens are on the menu at this urban farm


The Irishman and Philip Glass

The Irishman and Philip Glass

On Nov. 27, in what stands as something of a coup for Tybee Post Theatre, they've snagged the Savannah area's sole engagement of fabled filmmaker Martin Scorsese's latest gangster epic,

  • Review: Ford v Ferrari

    The true-life story behind Ford v Ferrari is such a natural for the screen that it’s not surprising Hollywood had been eyeing it for at least a decade.

  • Studio Ghibli, Foxy movie night, and Judy

    Everything from mass-market fare to extreme obscurities are on tap for those who savor the comforting experience of losing oneself in projected entertainment

  • Rare docs, Mountainfilm, and a Queen of Hearts

    The next seven days or so hold plenty of interesting specialty cinema events as well

  • Thoughts on an evolving SCAD Savannah Film Festival

    Five years on from Bobby Zarem’s departure, that changing of the guards has helped the SCAD Savannah Film Festival to begin to redefine itself not so much by what it is attempting to be, but what it’s not attempting to be.

  • Here’s looking at you, kid

    The chemistry between the main characters is sublime, and the production and costume design is fantastic, drawing you into a world of deception and mystery with ease.

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