Art Beat of Savannah

Kindred spirits: Photo installation led by Tobia Makover on display this weekend

"It wasn't about my work or my moment. It was about accessing the work and making it flow and seeing the bigger picture and supporting each other."

News

Girls Who Code Savannah comes to Geekend

Batchelor and Beck decided to create a Girls Who Code club in Savannah because getting girls involved in computer science is incredibly important

Music Features

Monks of Doom: Camper Van Beethoven, Counting Crows alumni team up

We speak with Victor Krummenacher

Music Features

Third time's a prom at El-Rocko

All Night Drug Prowling Wolves headline three-year anniversary, along with Black Tusk

Theatre

Savannah Rep brings The Legend of Georgia McBride to life

The unique new comedy opens on April 25

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NEWS & OPINION

Kehoe Iron Works recognized for historic preservation

Kehoe Iron Works recognized for historic preservation

Company founder Charles H. Morris receives Marguerite Williams Award from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, presented each year to the project that has had the greatest impact on preservation in the state

MUSIC & CLUBS

Mile Twelve ushers in a new generation of bluegrass

Mile Twelve ushers in a new generation of bluegrass

The young group comes to Randy Wood Guitars

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Savannah Stage Company promotes bravery with new musical

Savannah Stage Company promotes bravery with new musical

The long-running company gets ready for a special performance

FOOD & DRINK

Big Bon  Bodega: The state of the Bagel art

Big Bon Bodega: The state of the Bagel art

Masters and the crew are pumping out bagel sandwiches that will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about the doughy circles of deliciousness

FILM

Diversity outdoors: Banff Mountain Film Fest explores wider range than ever before

Diversity outdoors: Banff Mountain Film Fest explores wider range than ever before

"Society is changing and these films reflect that. It's what people want now."

  • Review: Hellboy

    The finished product doesn’t resemble an R-rated film made by adults as much as an R-rated film made by teenagers who think it would be cool to pepper their project with as much profanity and as many gory interludes as possible.

  • How to get into the film industry

    If you believe a career in movies might be a good fit, it is always a good idea to give your interests a thorough test drive

  • Review: Us

    Peele is never able to integrate the sociopolitical horrors with the cinematic horrors as brilliantly as he did in Get Out — consequently, the more fantastical aspects of Us require a lot of hard swallowing and ultimately generate more questions than answers.

  • Review: Captain Marvel

    The plotting isn’t the film’s strongest suit. But the attention to characterization makes up for it, particularly Danvers’ journey toward becoming a formidable female who ultimately realizes that she doesn’t need to answer to anyone.

  • Entertainment incentives extended

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