Art Beat of Savannah

Five decades of Suzanne Jackson

Jackson is fascinated by the creativity she sees flowing through generations

Music Features

A-Town Get Down soldiers on through unimaginable tragedy

The popular local festival continues in a smaller capacity after organizer’s near-fatal shooting

Music Features

Moss & Steiner continue Cabaret series at Victory North

Popular series lives on at new venue

News Cycle

The street-level impact of passing NewZO

The current zoning ordinance superimposes suburban style parking requirements on older areas of the city, which is bad for business. And bad for people.

Community

Stonewall, 50 years on

Savannah Pride commemorates historic uprising with block party

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NEWS & OPINION

Former City Manager: Savannah must regain “passionate devotion” to strong tree policy

Former City Manager: Savannah must regain “passionate devotion” to strong tree policy

Michael Brown decries current City government’s lack of focus, enforcement in preserving Savannah’s tree canopy

MUSIC & CLUBS

Camp Saint Helene is born

Camp Saint Helene is born

From the ashes of a Christian summer camp-turned-arts colony, a new sound emerges

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

5 Questions with Nea Hanna

5 Questions with Nea Hanna

'I knew I was going to do art my entire life, ever since I was a child'

  • Five decades of Suzanne Jackson

    Jackson is fascinated by the creativity she sees flowing through generations

  • 5 Questions with Pedro Covo

    'Wherever I am, it doesn’t matter if I’m here or anywhere, I’m painting a Colombian painting'

  • Wishful thinking

    'If Only' marks Peter Roberts' first solo show in three years

  • 5 Questions with Caroline E. Hughes

    Born and raised on a farm in upstate South Carolina, Hughes’ artistic practice is influenced by the Craftsman movement and informed by her love of history

  • Celebrate Guy Woodward's life

    'We can create something in our lifetime, in our human form that resonates after you graduate, that still hums'

FOOD & DRINK

Fat Radish: Veggie perfection

Fat Radish: Veggie perfection

While presenting food that nods to the South, the restaurant pays respect to the ingredients and where those ingredients came from

FILM

Revisiting the Central Park Five

Revisiting the Central Park Five

Ken Burns doc screens at Beach Institute this Thursday

  • Review: Dark Phoenix

    Dark Phoenix is like Smokey and the Bandit 3, when even Burt Reynolds knew enough was enough and bailed before filming got underway.

  • Review: Rocketman

    Even if it doesn’t soar as high as one would like, Rocketman is still a better movie than Bohemian Rhapsody, which suffered in part from its PG-13 designation. Rocketman is a solid R, more in line for this sort of warts-and-all picture.

  • Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    A bingo card of clichés would quickly be filled with such soggy lines as “We opened Pandora’s box, and there’s no way to shut it” and “It sounds like you admire these monsters."

  • Review: John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

    With a $14 million price tag on his head, Wick can’t slow down for a minute, as seemingly every New York street is crawling with killers eager to claim the grand prize.

  • Review: Aladdin

    By providing the former Fresh Prince with fresh material, Will Smith is able to escape the inevitable comparisons by fashioning a Genie that doesn’t always instantly bring to mind Robin Williams’ stamped trademark on the part.

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