Music Features

Savannah release radar!

Hot summer albums from the 912

Art Beat of Savannah

Sea change

Ships of the Sea hosts Making Waves community conversation June 15

Cuisine Feature

Emporium Kitchen & Wine Market brings ‘It’ Factor to Perry Lane Hotel

The Sage Restaurant Group adds three more to the Savannah food and beverage scene

Music Features

For The Marshall Tucker Band, the show must go on

Southern Rock icons return for a show at The Stage On Bay


From Boylesque to Babs, Randy Roberts rules

Entertainer brings uncanny impersonations to Club One

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Celebrating the blessings of bicycling

Celebrating the blessings of bicycling

Over the years I've been bicycling for daily transportation, I've accumulated memories of moments I would have surely missed, or at least not experienced as vividly, had I been behind the wheel.


Quiet Hollers, Ember City @Barrelhouse South

Quiet Hollers, Ember City @Barrelhouse South

The group performed at Savannah Stopover in 2016, one year before signing to the Louisville label SonaBLAST!.


HAZA comes home

HAZA comes home

Currently, HAZA exhibits artist Bin Feng’s work, a multimedia collection including a trailer hitch full of Feng’s toy collection


Akedo and The Ramen Revolution

Akedo and The Ramen Revolution

For those of you that have never tasted ramen, it is a distant cousin to pho, but with heartier flavors and more featured ingredients.


The zombie movie that started it all

The zombie movie that started it all

SCAD Cinema Circle celebrates 40th anniversary of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead

  • Review: Incredibles 2

    Incredibles 2 is a guaranteed good time at the movies and certain to be one of the summer’s biggest hits. But while it frequently feints in the direction of something more meaningful, it usually backs away and merely lathers on more thrills. That’s not exactly a debit, but anyone expecting the complexity of its predecessor might be left wanting.

  • Review: Adrift

    This film is as much a sweet love story as a grueling survival tale, although its realism is tempered with flights of fancy.

  • Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

    While those folks who love all things Star Wars regardless of quality will adore it, those of us who grew up with the franchise since a young age and find it still rooted in our DNA deserved something better

  • Review: Deadpool 2

    If it doesn’t quite reach the plateau of its predecessor, that says less about the freshness of the film’s irreverent approach and more about the comparative stagnation in the character’s development.

  • Review: Life of The Party

    Much of the picture’s appeal rests with the character essayed by McCarthy. Like Rodney Dangerfield’s Thornton Melon in the 80s comedy classic Back to School, McCarthy’s Deanna is immensely likable, meaning viewers have her back as she rebounds from a deserting spouse by heading back to college

Connect Today 06.18.2018

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