Art Beat of Savannah

Lisa D. Watson bridges the environment

‘Avanguardia’ opens Nov. 17 at the Jepson

Culture

Savannah Children’s Book Festival brings the pages to life

J'Miah Nabawi seeks to connect young readers with culture and language -- their own and others

News Cycle

Happy Cranksgiving!

The local event not only helps feed hungry people through Emmaus House, it also demonstrates how bikes can be used for chores which we might assume would be possible only by cars

Music Features

Funk-rock pioneers Mother’s Finest continue to make Georgia proud

The band returns to Savannah before performing two sold-out shows in their hometown for the One Mother to Another Anthology performance

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NEWS & OPINION

Fairgrounds site still in limbo after soundstage proposal rejected

Fairgrounds site still in limbo after soundstage proposal rejected

City cites neighborhood concerns as reason for reconsidering its vision for the site

  • Editor's Note: The City’s finances are on fire

    What is confounding about the City's dire budgetary shortfall is how the numbers just don't seem to add up with the reality we see around us. Tourism has never been higher. The Port of Savannah has never been busier. A new bar or restaurant, or two or three, opens every week. We literally cannot build hotels fast enough.

  • Happy Cranksgiving!

    The local event not only helps feed hungry people through Emmaus House, it also demonstrates how bikes can be used for chores which we might assume would be possible only by cars

  • An outrageous evening with the Divine Feminines

    Raised a feminist but nerdy and unsure of myself, I saw in drag queens' giant towers of teased-up hair and painted dragon talons a powerful archetype rarely seen in daily life.

  • You gotta be kitten me

    Fortunately, I can now get my meow on without dropping big bucks or looking like a purrvert: Purrvana Cafe & Cat Lounge opened last week on the corner of Barnard and Anderson streets.

  • Editor's Note: Details emerge on de-merger

    Kalamazoo, Michigan, Police Chief Jeff Hadley, a nine-year veteran of that post, announced he'd accepted the job. Problem is, the media found out before the Chatham County Commission did.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Velvet Caravan @Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant

Velvet Caravan @Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant

Jazz fans rejoice: Good Times offers live music every night of the week!

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

5 Questions with Rafael Gomes

5 Questions with Rafael Gomes

Guo Pei is one of the most important international designers working today. Many fashion aficionados are aware of the imperial yellow cape Rihanna wore to the 2015 Met Gala, but not as aware of the designer behind it.

FOOD & DRINK

The Diplomat is an omnivore’s delight

The Diplomat is an omnivore’s delight

Satisfy lunch yearnings and late night hankerings with sandwiches, salads and more

FILM

Review: Justice League

Review: Justice League

Gal Gadot again ends up as a saving grace, and she also figures at the center of one of the few action sequences (a bank robbery) that’s exciting rather than cumbersome.

  • Keep Savannah Weird: Save the Psychotronic Film Society!

    Suspiria screening welcomes lovers of horror, art, and community

  • Review: Murder on the Orient Express

    As director, Branagh makes some lamentable decisions, trying to frame a couple of moments as action set-pieces and elsewhere adopting strange camera angles that call awkward attention upon themselves. This is especially true of the murder sequence, which Branagh grotesquely stages as if he were auditioning to direct a remake of Carnival of Souls.

  • Review: The Shape of Water

    From the decadence of a romantic opera-style theatre to the pastels and pie displays of a midcentury diner to the steely government labs, The Shape of Water is a love letter to the Cold War era.

  • Review: I, Tonya

    Margot Robbie skillfully embraces the skater's vulnerability without ever showing her as pathetic; Harding's innate competitor’s pride and defiant spirit remain throughout, and that’s what always made Harding such a compelling figure.

  • Review: Frankenstein

    One of the many unique aspects of this adaptation of the classic story by Mary Shelley is that Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller have the capacity to trade roles as the eponymous scientist and his troubled creation, each actor knowing the lines of each character and fully versed in each role. In this showing on Halloween night at the Lucas, we got the treat of Cumberbatch himself as the Creature. It is, quite simply, the performance of a lifetime.

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