Culture

Meet The Petty Fam!

All-black burlesque revue brings first tour to Savannah

Community

‘A more inclusive and nuanced history’

Savannah’s historic African American sites offer free day Aug. 20 during 'Lift Every Voice' event

News Cycle

Widening roads isn’t always a good idea

Adding lanes does not automatically reduce crashes. In fact, the opposite is often true

Interview

Ricardo Ochoa and his four-string legends

Velvet Caravan founder honors the pioneers of jazz violin

Visual Arts

5 Questions with Emily Earl

High Museum of Art in Atlanta has purchased several works by this local artist

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NEWS & OPINION

Carter town hall provides  confrontation, entertainment

Carter town hall provides confrontation, entertainment

Church setting allows for larger crowd but raised other issues

  • Editor's Note: The sale of the local daily paper is... complicated

    Long story short, the local daily paper — which had been family-owned and Georgia-based under one banner or another since 1850 — will be an asset owned by a company based far away from Savannah itself.

  • Oh hell no, Savannah isn’t ‘the next Brooklyn’

    Who are these locals who have “long complained about the dearth of luxury accommodations” here and how can we help them build a new hotel in their front yard?

  • ‘A more inclusive and nuanced history’

    Savannah’s historic African American sites offer free day Aug. 20 during 'Lift Every Voice' event

  • Widening roads isn’t always a good idea

    Adding lanes does not automatically reduce crashes. In fact, the opposite is often true

  • Dead to me

    It’s been a minute since I went full hippie, but I pulled out the patchwork prairie skirt and rode with the old man to the Regal Cinemas Savannah 10 on Shawnee Street to find steal-your-face bumper stickers aplenty.

MUSIC & CLUBS

David Olney @Tybee Post Theater

David Olney @Tybee Post Theater

The prolific Olney has released more than 20 albums in four decades

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

A scenic view at the LGBT Center

A scenic view at the LGBT Center

Location Gallery’s second spot off to a great start

FOOD & DRINK

Keeping it Current on the islands

Keeping it Current on the islands

Former Ele FINE Fusion space undergoes a transformation

FILM

Review: Logan Lucky

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

  • Review: Atomic Blonde

    The sort of movie in which nothing is as it seems, with a full menu of double-crosses, triple-crosses, false identities, and startling character revelations.

  • Review: Dunkirk

    To suggest that Dunkirk is a movie lacking in emotion because it’s lacking in sharply etched players is incorrect. Director Christopher Nolan’s strength here is his ability to place audiences right into the thick of the various struggles taking place by air, land and sea.

  • Review: War For The Planet Of The Apes

    Andy Serkis again excels in the role that arguably will surpass Gollum as his most iconic.

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