Art Beat of Savannah

A day at the museum

While taking a day at the SCAD Museum of Art might not be Bey and Jay level, there’s still plenty of reason to show love to our own local institutions

News

Caring for companions of the homeless

An afternoon with Coastal Pet Rescue’s Operation Street Paws

Theatre

‘Bringing the Bard back to Savannah’

Savannah Shakes gives Twelfth Night an ‘80s spin

Music Features

The early bird gets the earworm

MusicFile Productions kicks off new early show series with Tyrone Cotton

An Urbanist View

Fire Fee: Don’t shoot the messenger

Sprawl is out there. Sprawl that has been annexed. Sprawl that must be provided infrastructure and services and then maintained. This is why we have a persistent and growing budget imbalance.

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: Homelessness forum offers a  glimpse of real civic hope

Editor's Note: Homelessness forum offers a glimpse of real civic hope

Last week's community forum, 'Chatham County Homeless Camps: What is the solution?' had a jam-packed, standing-room only crowd featuring almost all of Savannah's key grassroots movers and shakers. For one brief, shining moment, a meeting about the homeless was the hottest ticket in town.

MUSIC & CLUBS

In the loop with Keller Williams

In the loop with Keller Williams

The one-man band sensation returns to Savannah

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

5 Questions with Cara K. Griffin

5 Questions with Cara K. Griffin

'No one else can make art like you do'

  • A day at the museum

    While taking a day at the SCAD Museum of Art might not be Bey and Jay level, there’s still plenty of reason to show love to our own local institutions

  • ‘Bringing the Bard back to Savannah’

    Savannah Shakes gives Twelfth Night an ‘80s spin

  • Sea change

    Ships of the Sea hosts Making Waves community conversation June 15

  • From Boylesque to Babs, Randy Roberts rules

    Entertainer brings uncanny impersonations to Club One

  • HAZA comes home

    Currently, HAZA exhibits artist Bin Feng’s work, a multimedia collection including a trailer hitch full of Feng’s toy collection

FOOD & DRINK

Roy’s Nutz & Buttz: Working miracles with smoke

Roy’s Nutz & Buttz: Working miracles with smoke

The story of this American dream truly began when Roy learned to barbecue about 20 years ago

FILM

Review: Incredibles 2

Review: Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2 is a guaranteed good time at the movies and certain to be one of the summer’s biggest hits. But while it frequently feints in the direction of something more meaningful, it usually backs away and merely lathers on more thrills. That’s not exactly a debit, but anyone expecting the complexity of its predecessor might be left wanting.

  • Refugee Film Festival set for Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern

    "People hear about the struggles and these films will help bring more dialogue to the issues."

  • The zombie movie that started it all

    SCAD Cinema Circle celebrates 40th anniversary of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead

  • Review: Adrift

    This film is as much a sweet love story as a grueling survival tale, although its realism is tempered with flights of fancy.

  • Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

    While those folks who love all things Star Wars regardless of quality will adore it, those of us who grew up with the franchise since a young age and find it still rooted in our DNA deserved something better

  • Review: Deadpool 2

    If it doesn’t quite reach the plateau of its predecessor, that says less about the freshness of the film’s irreverent approach and more about the comparative stagnation in the character’s development.

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