Art Beat of Savannah

Ashley Paulk: Finding value in limits

The artist often adapts to his medium rather than the other way around

Interview

Matt Eckstine: ‘I felt an urgency to do it’

Singer-songwriter on The Accomplices and going solo

Editor's Note

Editor's Note: Lessons from The Florence’s failure

Savannah has, for better or worse, a robust service industry. The problem is that we don’t have much of a service culture to speak of.

Style

Style for all sizes at fashion show to benefit Safe Shelter

Ageda Machuca will join 18 other models of various shapes and sizes for the event at the Brice Hotel, organized by Southern Sugaring’s Jessica Mock.

Music Features

Get Up, Stand Up for The Wailers

Reggae legends bring their timeless message to the Stage On Bay

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NEWS & OPINION

Beware of false choices about tourism vs. livability

Beware of false choices about tourism vs. livability

In Savannah there is no vacuum. Our downtown is full to the brim and we are trying to accommodate still unsatiated demands from residents and tourists.

MUSIC & CLUBS

Thomas Claxton and The Myth, The Magic Rocks @Coach's Corner

Thomas Claxton and The Myth, The Magic Rocks @Coach's Corner

Out of his seven Indie Music Channel Award nominations, Claxton earned Best Rock Artist, Best Alternative Artist for the new song “Maybe I’m Crazy” off his upcoming album Age of Propaganda, and Best Rock Recording for the song “I Didn’t Ask For This.”

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Nicholas Seward’s nudes show strength in female form

Nicholas Seward’s nudes show strength in female form

Rather than vulnerability or sexuality, the images evoke the inherent strength and nativity of the women’s bodies, part of an exhibit showing at Gallery Espresso through the end of June.

FOOD & DRINK

Free Food Georgia: a wheat-free, sugar-free special order bakery

Free Food Georgia: a wheat-free, sugar-free special order bakery

Each week, Jardine posts a menu link of her fresh products on the Free Food Georgia Facebook page. The menu is broken down into three categories-sweets, muffins/cakes and breads.

FILM

Review: Transformers: The Last Knight

Review: Transformers: The Last Knight

If nothing else, T5 is the first movie in the franchise that could be described as educational.

  • Enjoy the Silence

    Comedy classic The General gets a new score at Tybee Post

  • Review: Wonder Woman

    In the grand scheme of all things cinematically superheroic, Wonder Woman takes its cue from the greatest of all such films. Like 1978’s Superman, this new movie views its central figure as someone to admire without reservation.

  • Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    As is the case with many superhero sagas, this one doesn’t know when to quit, with a generous 136-minute running time mostly felt during the CGI-choked finale.

  • Review: Baywatch

    The MVP is, of course, the impossibly appealing Dwayne Johnson, cast as head lifeguard Mitch. The film has fun playing off the actor’s image as everyone’s best – and best-built – buddy, and he’s equally ingratiating whether receiving or (more often) delivering the cutting zingers.

  • Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

    For a movie that never stops moving, Dead Men Tell No Tales is astoundingly dull, choked to death by expensive CGI, lumbering set-pieces, and a script seemingly cobbled together even after production was underway.

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