Art Beat of Savannah

Honoring elders through art

Les Wilkes’ ten-year photography retrospective opens at Hospice Savannah this weekend

Interview

Looking forward to Tomorrow

A Fragile Tomorrow plays El-Rocko Friday

Music

Sip, Savor and Song @East End Provisions

This month, Roger Moss and Kim Steiner celebrate famed composer Richard Rodgers.

News

Westside Arena: a 50-year mistake?

Part One, an Overview: Parking, transportation, and flooding are just some of the issues facing the massive proposed project set for the new ‘Canal District’

Theatre

Savannah Stage Company sizzles with Cabaret

Fresh staging of timely classic brings the Kit Kat Club to life

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NEWS & OPINION

The weaponization of jaywalking

The weaponization of jaywalking

Campaigns warning against the alleged dangers of distracted walkers have benefited from the twin tailwinds of general angst over a society that seems to have surrendered to its screens and a spike in pedestrian fatalities.

  • Westside Arena: a 50-year mistake?

    Part One, an Overview: Parking, transportation, and flooding are just some of the issues facing the massive proposed project set for the new ‘Canal District’

  • Editor's Note: Time for a mid-year review!

    A look at the pros and cons at the midpoint of 2018.

  • Appraising the appraisal process

    I believe the land valuations that I described two columns ago are systematically flawed, to the great detriment of owners of smaller land parcels.

  • Editor's Note: Fireworks about fireworks

    A growing number of local residents have simply had enough of fireworks, and are making their displeasure known to local officials. As of July 1, local governments are allowed to supersede state law with their own noise ordinances addressing fireworks.

  • Grow it again!

    Just as it is today, polarization was alive and well in the ‘70s, although you never heard that particular word till the ‘90s.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Passafire @The Jinx

Passafire @The Jinx

Passafire emerged as a local fave that rapidly grew to a national touring act.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The persistence of McDonald's

The persistence of McDonald's

'FastFood?' group exhibition up this Friday

FOOD & DRINK

The Art of Andaz

The Art of Andaz

A look at one of 22 Square’s unique Salon events

FILM

Review: Skyscraper

Review: Skyscraper

Basically, Skyscraper is a variation on the Die Hard template, but there’s not much here that will lead to many declarations of yippee-ki-yay from audience members.

  • Chasing Coral: Beauty under threat

    Film documents phenomenon of coral bleaching

  • Refugee Film Festival set for Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern

    "People hear about the struggles and these films will help bring more dialogue to the issues."

  • 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.

  • The zombie movie that started it all

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

  • 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.

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