Music Features

Thomas Claxton keeps the rock ‘n’ roll flame alive

IMC Award, new album highlight local musician’s rising star

Environment

Hands Across the Sand joins forces to fight offshore drilling

'We’re in an exciting moment, I think, because the people we need to reach are listening'

Culture

Dressed to impress: SCAD Fashion Show returns

The weekend includes a jewelry trunk show, Static Showcase at the Gutstein Gallery, a conversation with the SCAD Etoile honoree Phillip Lim, and an inventive runway show at the Hive

Music Features

Absolute Queen pays tribute to legends the right way

Bandleader Martyn Jenkins talks about his passion-filled Queen tribute

Music Features

From Savannah to Memphis: a Q&A with Victor Wainwright

Savannah-bred blues pianist preps for Tybee Post Theater gig

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Hasty Arena decisions could haunt for years

Editor's Note: Hasty Arena decisions could haunt for years

City Manager Rob Hernandez -- starting a new job back in Florida in a few months-- gave Council an offer they couldn't refuse on his way out the door.

MUSIC & CLUBS

A synth pop evolution for Street Clothes

A synth pop evolution for Street Clothes

The local band goes full force into a pop reinvention

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The art of living

The art of living

Support Hospice Savannah and local artists

FOOD & DRINK

Mashama Bailey: Interview with a James Beard winner

Mashama Bailey: Interview with a James Beard winner

Executive Chef of The Grey speaks to Connect about her groundbreaking win

FILM

Boycotts and Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill

Boycotts and Georgia’s Heartbeat Bill

The question our state faces now, however, is whether the passage of Georgia’s 'heartbeat bill' may result in a costly boycott by the film and television industry

  • Avengers: Endgame — A spoiler-free review

  • 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.

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