Books

Savannah Book Festival: A (Good) Conversation with Celeste Headlee

'I thought I was one of a very small number of people concerned about the current state of conversation.'

Music Features

AURA Fest: Darkest Hour

'One thing you can't deny, no matter who you are, is the feeling people get when they hear the sound of an electric guitar. Just play an A chord. People feel that power.'

Music Features

Savannah Irish Festival offers traditional music and family fun

The Gothard Sisters headline the shenanigans

Books

Savannah Book Festival: Joe Hill

"Death is a really scary thing, and it's going to happen to all of us...We know we're going to have to deal with it, so we read ghost stories."

Music Features

Southern Culture On The Skids return to Savannah

Cult icons play The Jinx on Feb. 21

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NEWS & OPINION

Tiny houses, big benefits

Tiny houses, big benefits

A new initiative from Cindy Kelley and the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless aims for 75 affordable homes, most of them 128 square feet, on 3.5 acres of land off Wheaton Street. Two earlier site locations failed because of community opposition.

  • Editor's Note: Gaslighting us about St. Patrick’s Day

    The City Manager and Council are trying to gaslight you into believing there's not enough revenue to be made at the second largest St. Patrick's Day celebration in the country, an event somewhat akin to having a license to print money.

  • Reader: Renaming the bridge 'from one racist to another racist'

    'Would it be logical to take the name off the bridge because Talmadge was an open racist and replace it with Juliette Gordon Low, who was a covert or undercover racist?

  • Savannah Urban Garden Alliance is growing community programs

    'This is a tangible way for them to see their hard work,' says Cassandra Nicholson, who oversees SUGA's school garden program.'They take so much ownership of the process now and it's obvious that they are proud of the work they have done. They inherently understand the value of growing food for their classmates, especially when it's healthy food.'

  • Editor's Note: Byrne bows out. What’s next?

    Jolene Byrne's announcement not to seek a second term as School Board President wasn't a complete surprise given the many controversies during her tenure. But it does say a lot of things about the state of our community and our education system -- few of them positive.

  • Letters: Urbanist View edition

MUSIC & CLUBS

AURA Fest keeps it heavy in the Hostess City

AURA Fest keeps it heavy in the Hostess City

Our guide to the All Underground Rock All Day Festival. The festival, put on by local promoters Coastal Rock Productions, will feature 14 bands preforming on two stages, contests, raffles, arcade games, vendors, food trucks, PBR promotions, a full bar, and professional chair massages.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

deFINE Art: Melissa Spitz

deFINE Art: Melissa Spitz

Photographer and SCAD alum looks at mental health in her mother

FOOD & DRINK

Namaste Y'all

Namaste Y'all

NaaN Appetit opens eagerly anticipated Broughton Street location

FILM

Review: Black Panther

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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