Art Beat of Savannah

A quarter century of making marks

'I Have Marks to Make' has consistently provided an artistic outlet for our community’s most vulnerable members, which DeLorme is proud of

Theatre

Collective Face tackles a strange incident and a powerful story

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opens Dec. 6

Community

At home for the holidays with CASA

Currently, there are around 400 children in the foster care system. CASA’s team of volunteers serves 54 percent of those children and aims to reach 100% by 2021

Environment

A whale of a week

In an effort to spread the word about these extraordinary animals, as well as encourage their conservation, organizers host Whale Week, an engaging and informative series of programming

Music Features

Gaelynn Lea on music, representation, and more

Acclaimed violinist and songwriter chats ahead of Ships of the Sea concert

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NEWS & OPINION

Complete Streets and the myth of ‘free’ parking

Complete Streets and the myth of ‘free’ parking

Call me when City Council votes to spend $10 million on bike racks

MUSIC & CLUBS

Claudia Nygaard’s journey through song

Claudia Nygaard’s journey through song

Singer/songwriter returns to Folk Music Society series

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Savannah Ballet’s Nutcracker aims for accessibility

Savannah Ballet’s Nutcracker aims for accessibility

Grant from the City helps introduce accessible versions of classic show

FOOD & DRINK

FILM

Anime, Peter Jackson, and Citizen Kane

Anime, Peter Jackson, and Citizen Kane

Its cinematography by the great Gregg Toland demands to be appreciated in a theatrical setting such as the Tybee Post.

  • Church of the SubGenius hits the SAV

    Rare opportunity to view acclaimed new documentary on long-running counterculture phenomenon

  • Slacking Towards Bethlehem this holiday season

  • Review: The Irishman

    The Irishman often plays like a “Greatest Hits” compilation of moments from such Scorsese offerings as GoodFellas and Casino.

  • Review: Queen & Slim

    Just as Thelma & Louise was firmly rooted in Americana, so too is Queen & Slim, offering peeks at various facets of society as the two fugitives travel across different state lines in an attempt to free themselves from this nightmare.

  • The Irishman and Philip Glass

    On Nov. 27, in what stands as something of a coup for Tybee Post Theatre, they've snagged the Savannah area's sole engagement of fabled filmmaker Martin Scorsese's latest gangster epic,

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