Art Beat of Savannah

Rivers run through us

Jepson Center exhibits two bodies of work about our watersheds

Music Features

CBDB brings the Joyfunk

Popular Alabama jam band hits Victory North on heels of new album

City Notebook

Medical marijuana in Georgia: A closer look

The state’s low THC oil registry still faces legal and bureaucratic hurdles

Culture

Lift Every Voice marks three years this weekend

Now in its third year, the initiative started at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2016

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Time to expand our to-go cup area - a modest proposal

Editor's Note: Time to expand our to-go cup area - a modest proposal

As downtown becomes mostly a playground for tourists, it makes perfect sense that the legal area for to-go cups should be enlarged for the enjoyment of those who actually live and work and pay taxes here.

  • Medical marijuana in Georgia: A closer look

    The state’s low THC oil registry still faces legal and bureaucratic hurdles

  • Walmart’s missing tax dollars: Part Two

    The Georgia Department of Revenue may be turning a blind eye towards a blatant defiance of the sales tax law by the corporate giants who seem to be running the show

  • Demolished or saved?

    Deciding the fate of the Civic Center and Johnny Mercer Theatre

  • Green bike lanes: A Savannah success story

    The green color should drastically reduce the number of motorists who fail to recognize it as a bike lane and try to drive in it, a scenario that was shockingly common on Price Street

  • Editor's Note: SAV, ATL, and the ‘Superstar City’

    The insidious effect of the red-hot metro Atlanta economy contributes to inflation within Georgia, to an extent that cities like Savannah can't easily absorb it given our depressed wages and slower job growth picture.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Arson Daily is coming back and it ain’t no request show

Arson Daily is coming back and it ain’t no request show

N.C. band returns to Savannah, this time at The Jinx

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

5 Questions with Kelly Boehmer

5 Questions with Kelly Boehmer

'Somebody will walk up to it and say, Ew!'

FOOD & DRINK

Cotton & Rye and the Fat Radish take happy hour to the next level

Cotton & Rye and the Fat Radish take happy hour to the next level

I took the time last week (because I will truly do anything for our readers) to take each menu for a spin

  • Vittoria Napoletana: The star of Starland Yard

    The menu features a few favorites from Chef Jacovino’s days at The Florence, and is the only local pizza spot that is hand tossing dough made with dough created with handmade yeast starter

  • A sweet find: Readee's Bees

    Readee’s Bees’ farm sits next to a wildlife refuge in South Carolina, which is why it produces wildflower honey—a type that can be said to be his signature

  • Teas that heal and energize

    Yaupon Tea House & Apothecary helps revive Native American tradition

  • Five years of Service

    Brewery celebrates anniversary Saturday

  • Reece Barbecue’s labor of love

    The owner and self-taught meat smoking master, Maurice Green, took the first step to creating his empire 17 years ago in an attempt to give back

FILM

Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold

Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold

What makes Dora and the Lost City of Gold so appealing is the characterization of its heroine as a perpetually chipper, never-say-die sort, with Isabela Moner irresistible in the part.

  • A long-overdue Red Carpet event for Savannah

    Local figures for 2018 shattered the record set in 2017.

  • CinemaSavannah celebrates move with the Queen of Soul

    Local indie film group relocates to Savannah Cultural Arts Center with screening of ‘Amazing Grace’

  • Review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

    It’s the prickly interplay between Hobbs and Shaw that defines this picture, with Johnson and Statham clearly relishing every opportunity to flex their mouths as much as their muscles.

  • Review: Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood

    Before the picture ends, Tarantino has one ace left up his sleeve, and it’s sure to divide audience opinion with the precision of the Red Sea parting. I only objected to it because it’s a trick Tarantino already used before — to brilliant effect — in one of his previous pictures.

  • Review: The Lion King

    If you’ve seen the original, it’s impossible not to compare and contrast, and this version falls short in practically every way. Those who have never seen the ’94 edition will doubtless be much more charitable in their assessment, although even they might be put off by the soullessness of the entire enterprise.

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