Proposed changes to animal ordinance raise hackles in animal welfare community

Animal Services has responded to the Humane Society of Greater Savannah's position with the clarification that the ordinance will be amended in two phases.

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Volunteers are heroes of the cycling world

Debbie Kohler’s leadership as an advocate for improving road safety benefits countless people who ride bikes and walk in Georgia, including the recipients of the bikes John Arney refurbishes

Cuisine Feature

Fox and Fig: A Plant-Based Cafe

Dishes that delight herbivores are blowing the minds of omnivores


The return of Black Nativity

Holiday tradition is back with a new location and fresh faces

Music Features

XuluProphet keeps it local

Band teams up with 13 Bricks for single release and fundraiser

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What Would Mother Mathilda Do?

What Would Mother Mathilda Do?

I guess I envision the Holy Mother as a divine superheroine, an enigmatic combination of Wonder Woman and Mother Theresa.


Gettin' down at the Hoedown

Gettin' down at the Hoedown

Americana, charity and festive fun return to the Legion


Iron Logic: Everett Mayo's exhibition up now at the Butcher

Iron Logic: Everett Mayo's exhibition up now at the Butcher

Fascinated by patterns for much of his life, Mayo saw beauty in the wrought-iron fences and gates around downtown.


2017 Gift Guide for the Craft Beer Drinker

2017 Gift Guide for the Craft Beer Drinker

This list focuses on gifts for those of us who want to do something more than make a random. mixed-six.


Review: Coco

Review: Coco

Coco opens by following the traditional toon template of a person following their dreams against all odds, but once Miguel reaches the Land of the Dead, the movie deepens in satisfying and even unexpected ways.

  • Review: Last Flag Flying

    Last Flag Flying is proudly pro-soldier and anti-war, and real American patriots will grasp it at once.

  • 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.

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