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Savannah Skatepark shredding at Lake Mayer

Concrete dream finally realized with grassroots grit

Theatre

Wowie wow wow: It's Junie B. Jones!

Beloved children’s book character comes to life at Savannah Children’s Theatre

Music Features

Revival Fest returns

Savannah’s Lowcountry hoedown brings bands, booze, and bites

Art Beat of Savannah

Roots Up uproots

A major part of Roots Up’s charm was its living room-style setup, but the new space is set up more like a traditional gallery. The layout allows Lovell and Kueker to try new things with the artwork.

Interview

Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics: sweet Georgia soul

Atlanta band shares new songs at Revival Fest

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NEWS & OPINION

Eating the enemy

Eating the enemy

Perhaps you’ve heard of lionfish, a fluttery-looking species native to the waters of western Australia and Polynesia that has been become a nasty nuisance since the first few were spotted off the coast of Florida in the mid-1980s. These carnival-colored carnivores are now wreaking havoc in the Atlantic, feasting on young grouper and snapper and threatening commercial fisheries that provide food to millions.

  • Savannah Skatepark shredding at Lake Mayer

    Concrete dream finally realized with grassroots grit

  • Editor's Note: Game-changer on anthem protests?

    The main thing that really jumps out for me, across the spectrum of opinion, is how few people on either side of the debate this past weekend even mentioned the original purpose of kneeling for the anthem.

  • Planning for climate change

    There will be a great deal of resistance. But the alternative is to carry on “as normal,” rebuilding as before, behaving as before, until what happened in Barbuda and Puerto Rico happens on the Georgia sea islands.

  • Aquaponics at Armstrong

    Students research the future of sustainable farming

  • Real talk on your first year of school

    While you're in college there are going to be some parties that you will always remember for the rest of your life, just make sure they're unforgettable for the right reasons and not just out of regret.

COLLEGE STUDENT GUIDE

How to see shows in Savannah when you're not 21

How to see shows in Savannah when you're not 21

Here in the birthplace of Big Boi and Baroness, there are many opportunities

  • The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

    A handy resource is the ART MAP SAV. Produced by the Arts Resource Collective of Savannah, it’s a comprehensive guide to the galleries and studios in the area.

  • Want more A's? Get more Zzz's!

    Brighter Day sponsors free lecture on natural ways to improve sleep on Sept. 26

  • Aquaponics at Armstrong

    Students research the future of sustainable farming

  • Smoke Cartel’s on fire

    Launched with $600 in 2013 from Sean's living room, the company now employs several dozen people locally

  • Real talk on your first year of school

    While you're in college there are going to be some parties that you will always remember for the rest of your life, just make sure they're unforgettable for the right reasons and not just out of regret.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Making moves with Clay Hodges

Making moves with Clay Hodges

Local rapper and actor hosts series of going-away shows

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

5 Questions with Susan Laney

5 Questions with Susan Laney

"I'm trying to present something where I can find work that people love and marry the right work with the right person. We can improve lives. We want people to find things they love."

FOOD & DRINK

Bull Street Taco gives ‘em something to taco about

Bull Street Taco gives ‘em something to taco about

Bull Street Taco is rapidly becoming a community hub where locals line up for the meat-filled or meatless tacos with housemade corn tortillas or the A-Squad Goat Milk Churros that sell out just about every day.

FILM

Patrick Stewart, John Boyega, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Sorkin, Salma Hayek Pinault among honorees at SCAD Savannah Film Festival

Patrick Stewart, John Boyega, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Sorkin, Salma Hayek Pinault among honorees at SCAD Savannah Film Festival

Happening Oct. 28 – Nov. 4, this year celebrates the festival’s 20th anniversary

  • Fall Film Frenzy

    The return of Rick Deckard, Queen Victoria … and Madea!

  • Review: IT

    This new It is a respectable addition to the King cinematic canon, but it will be the adults-only second installment that will make or break the overall project

  • Review: Logan Lucky

    There are precious few characters who don’t look and sound like they just got back from molesting Ned Beatty alongside the Georgia river.

  • Review: Step

    More straightforward than many other documentaries about kids in competition, Step isn’t as richly detailed or narratively mutable as something like Hoop Dreams or Spellbound.

  • Review: The Dark Tower

    Stripped of dramatic heft, the film mainly plays like the YA-sanctioned adventures of a young boy who gets to hang out with a gunslinger and fight a wicked sorcerer

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