Music Features

Chuck Courtenay does country music right

Local artist brings wealth of songs to Coach’s Corner

Community

We are family: Tybee Equality Fest celebrates all weekend long

'It's for everyone that's shining their light and being the best person they can be. We want everyone to come together.'

Environment

Okefenokee in peril

Mining proposal threatens vital natural resource

Music Features

Evan Stepp & the Piners pledge allegiance to country rock

Atlanta-based band plays The Jinx

Visual Arts

5 Questions with Chris Ryba

'A three year-old could fly this thing. When you're not actively giving it any input, it just hovers there, so there's not really too much danger.'

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Savannah enters the gun control debate

Editor's Note: Savannah enters the gun control debate

While acknowledging that City governments can do little to enact meaningful gun law reform, the consensus was that it would so some good to send the resolution to some people who can, such as our two Senators and our House delegation.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Jeff Two Names and the Born Agains @The Jinx

Jeff Two Names and the Born Agains @The Jinx

The band has become known around town for their classic punk sound and clever lyrics.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Talking painting with Thomas Mitz

Talking painting with Thomas Mitz

'Every step in my career has led me to something else.'

  • 5 Questions with Chris Ryba

    'A three year-old could fly this thing. When you're not actively giving it any input, it just hovers there, so there's not really too much danger.'

  • 5 Questions with Kelly Boehmer

    'Somebody will walk up to it and say, Ew!'

  • Rivers run through us

    Jepson Center exhibits two bodies of work about our watersheds

  • Lift Every Voice marks three years this weekend

    Now in its third year, the initiative started at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2016

  • 5 Questions with Randy Akers

    'Savannah is thought of as this romantic, wonderful, historic city, and it needs a third tier so we’re an art destination'

FOOD & DRINK

Cotton & Rye and the Fat Radish take happy hour to the next level

Cotton & Rye and the Fat Radish take happy hour to the next level

I took the time last week (because I will truly do anything for our readers) to take each menu for a spin

  • Vittoria Napoletana: The star of Starland Yard

    The menu features a few favorites from Chef Jacovino’s days at The Florence, and is the only local pizza spot that is hand tossing dough made with dough created with handmade yeast starter

  • A sweet find: Readee's Bees

    Readee’s Bees’ farm sits next to a wildlife refuge in South Carolina, which is why it produces wildflower honey—a type that can be said to be his signature

  • Teas that heal and energize

    Yaupon Tea House & Apothecary helps revive Native American tradition

  • Five years of Service

    Brewery celebrates anniversary Saturday

  • Reece Barbecue’s labor of love

    The owner and self-taught meat smoking master, Maurice Green, took the first step to creating his empire 17 years ago in an attempt to give back

FILM

Review: Good Boys

Review: Good Boys

The only folks who have any reason to be angry are those who earlier caught the film’s red-band trailer, which idiotically included the very last scene of the film.

  • A long-overdue Red Carpet event for Savannah

    Local figures for 2018 shattered the record set in 2017.

  • Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold

    What makes Dora and the Lost City of Gold so appealing is the characterization of its heroine as a perpetually chipper, never-say-die sort, with Isabela Moner irresistible in the part.

  • CinemaSavannah celebrates move with the Queen of Soul

    Local indie film group relocates to Savannah Cultural Arts Center with screening of ‘Amazing Grace’

  • Review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

    It’s the prickly interplay between Hobbs and Shaw that defines this picture, with Johnson and Statham clearly relishing every opportunity to flex their mouths as much as their muscles.

  • Review: Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood

    Before the picture ends, Tarantino has one ace left up his sleeve, and it’s sure to divide audience opinion with the precision of the Red Sea parting. I only objected to it because it’s a trick Tarantino already used before — to brilliant effect — in one of his previous pictures.

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