Culture

Savannah comedy’s major moment

From national acts like Doug Stanhope to local showcases, it’s a funny time in The Hostess City

An Urbanist View

Growing the city within the city

Many places have an Additive City. Savannah’s is especially large, and especially pleasing due to our unique ward plan, but the manner it grew piece-by-piece was no different than any city or town of its time.

Art Beat of Savannah

Kahlil Gibran and the Feminine Divine

Lebanese-American author’s art goes up at the Jepson

The (Civil) Society Column

Science, it’s a thing

"If we cut the public funding for basic research, it’s going to be very difficult to maintain the standards of knowledge in our society."

Music Features

Record Store Day Guide

Where to be, what to buy

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NEWS & OPINION

Komen Race for the Cure: More than pink

Komen Race for the Cure: More than pink

Race raises funds for local services and breast cancer prevention

  • Science, it’s a thing

    "If we cut the public funding for basic research, it’s going to be very difficult to maintain the standards of knowledge in our society."

  • Growing the city within the city

    Many places have an Additive City. Savannah’s is especially large, and especially pleasing due to our unique ward plan, but the manner it grew piece-by-piece was no different than any city or town of its time.

  • Editor's Note: Lucas Theatre mess signals deeper issues

    Ordinarily, the firing of five people wouldn’t constitute major breaking news. However, the firing of the Lucas staff last week triggered shock waves in an arts community still reeling from the loss of the beloved Muse venue in February.

  • Nuclear boondoggle

    Westinghouse bankruptcy adds yet another setback to the already-problematic Plant Vogtle expansion

  • Aggressive Civility and other important newspeak

    Jim Reed and Phillips Reynolds Price have co-founded the new social action organization, which not only makes a fabulous hashtag but stages events and sells swag to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union and the Southern Poverty Law Center.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Tim Kaiser's music for weirdos

Tim Kaiser's music for weirdos

Musician builds gonkulations and acousto-electric contraptions

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Asian Cultural Festival broadens horizons

Asian Cultural Festival broadens horizons

Free event at Armstrong State University highlights culture, performance, cuisine

FOOD & DRINK

Secrets of real BBQ sauce revealed

Secrets of real BBQ sauce revealed

Former Angel’s BBQ pitmaster explains

FILM

Review: The Promise

Review: The Promise

The trio dominating this picture is a lackluster one, with Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale and Charlotte Le Bon unable to bring much dimension to their threadbare characters

  • The winning trifecta of Soul Proprietors

    Film competition shines light on commerce, creativity and kindness

  • Review: Fate of The Furious

    The Fate of the Furious wallows in inanities with about the same frequency as it delivers excitement, and, like the other two films that followed the series-best Fast Five, it largely succeeds as a breezy and engaging lark.

  • Review: Going In Style

    The delicate balance between humor and pathos that informed the original has been replaced with broader gags and more blatantly manufactured sentiment.

  • Review: The Zookeeper's Wife

    The Zookeeper’s Wife is rated PG-13, but don’t be fooled into thinking that designation means the movie is two hours of Chastain pulling a Doctor Dolittle and talking to the animals while blissfully unaware of the atrocities surrounding her.

  • Review: Ghost in the Shell

    For those willing to look beneath its surface dazzle, Ghost in the Shell proves to be an unexpectedly complex and surprisingly humanistic endeavor.

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