Art Beat of Savannah

Rembrandt's Jewish ties

Prints featured at Telfair Museums show at Jepson Center

Community

Preventing the death spiral: CAT looks to the future

Chatham Area Transit looks for community input on models to keep the system viable

Cuisine Feature

Drink, Learn and Create

True to character, Savannah offers an array of beverage-themed classes

Environment

Savannah Earth Day Festival moves to Daffin Park

Music, activities, and activism are all highlights

City Notebook

Savannah Cultural Arts Center opens to enthusiasm — and more questions

The grand opening went a long way toward assuaging public concerns about the $24 million facility, under fire for cost overruns

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Requiem for a City Manager

Editor's Note: Requiem for a City Manager

The simple truth is that any successful City Manager must also build public trust, just as an elected official would. Possibly even more so, since they're really the one at the helm of the ship, that does the hiring and firing in the trenches.

MUSIC & CLUBS

By way of Chicago, Fauvely brings emotional dream-pop to town

By way of Chicago, Fauvely brings emotional dream-pop to town

Band chats ahead of El Rocko gig

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Full of heart: Becca Cook’s 1,500 Hearts Project happens this Friday

Full of heart: Becca Cook’s 1,500 Hearts Project happens this Friday

This isn’t Cook’s first foray into creating powerful pieces out of shocking statistics

FOOD & DRINK

Pins, Patches & Pints: A match made in Starland heaven

Pins, Patches & Pints: A match made in Starland heaven

'People know exactly what you're about when you're wearing a certain pin. It's such a conversation starter.'

FILM

How to get into the film industry

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.

  • Review: Captain Marvel

    The plotting isn’t the film’s strongest suit. But the attention to characterization makes up for it, particularly Danvers’ journey toward becoming a formidable female who ultimately realizes that she doesn’t need to answer to anyone.

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  • The Oscar Nominations: When in Roma…

    Analyzing this year’s contenders

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