Music Features

Black Tusk paves a path forward on T.C.B.T.

The beloved local band talks tragedy, sonic evolution, and rising above the ‘Savannah sound’

Music Features

Latin People Time brings classic Salsa sound to Savannah Jazz Festival

Jax band plays free show at Ships of the Sea

Music Features

Josephine Johnson's portrait of a Spark

Savannah-based singer/songwriter goes the distance on her latest release

Culture

Savannah Philharmonic’s big birthday bash

Beloved local orchestra celebrates 10 years of music with an opening night spectacular

News

The Starland Village Files: Part Two

RFPs, zoning battle reveal tight relationship between City of Savannah and developer

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NEWS & OPINION

Talking about it with Charity Lee

Talking about it with Charity Lee

Mental health is the focus of ‘Let’s Talk’ discussion series

MUSIC & CLUBS

She Returns From War explores and empowers

She Returns From War explores and empowers

The South Carolina band’s sophomore release pushes sonic boundaries and tests the limits of country and folk

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Reflecting on Roe

Reflecting on Roe

Sulfur’s latest juried exhibition handles controversy with care

FOOD & DRINK

Food truck festival, Savannah Bananas style

Food truck festival, Savannah Bananas style

‘Field of Food Trucks’ offers all-you-can-eat sampling in Grayson Stadium

FILM

Frightfest brings big names, cult classics to the Lucas

Frightfest brings big names, cult classics to the Lucas

Jim Reed's collaboration with Graveface was a natural one, given the former's dedication to, and passionate work with, Psychotronic Film Society.

  • Fall Arts Preview: Film Screenings

  • Review: The Happytime Murders

    If watching felt characters get felt up sounds like a winning proposition, The Happytime Murders might just be the ticket.

  • Review: Crazy Rich Asians

    This is finance porn raised to an absurd level, which actually plays into the film’s general view that life’s a party and everyone should be invited.

  • Review: Christopher Robin

    Ever the perpetual money machine, Disney is stumbling over itself in its attempts to make new versions of seemingly every property it has ever owned.

  • Review: Mission Impossible — Fallout

    Tom Cruise has spent this series playing Superman rather than Everyman, but here he takes it a step further: His character of Impossible Mission Force agent Ethan Hunt is now basically God.

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