• Issue of
  • Jun 10-16, 2015
Digital Edition

News & Opinion

  • Trails & Tribulations
  • News Cycle
  • Trails & Tribulations

    Only 26 percent of streets in Savannah have sidewalks on one or both sides and most of those are in historic neighborhoods.

Arts & Entertainment

Music & Clubs

  • Wrenn @The Sentient Bean
  • Music Features
  • Wrenn @The Sentient Bean

    Wrenn has that kind of chill-inducing voice often likened to Adele—intimately robust, dispelling like dandelion seeds in the wind at the end of a phrasing.

Food & Drink

Film

  • Review: Jurassic World
  • Film Reviews
  • Review: Jurassic World

    Chris Pratt’s role is thinly written, but the actor invests the character with enough personality to make him an affable hero. Other nicely modulated performances turn up in the supporting ranks,
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  • Review: Spy
  • Film Reviews
  • Review: Spy

    The plot is standard spy-spoof material, but director Paul Feig has taken care to provide his star with an arsenal of comedic opportunities. McCarthy never lets him down: Her Susan Cooper is sympathetic, but that vulnerability never interferes with her ability to deliver precision-timed laughs.
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  • Review: Entourage
  • Film Reviews
  • Review: Entourage

    It's saved from total disaster by some clever Hollywood-insider digs but which otherwise asks us to spend an inordinate amount of time with a group of insufferable lunkheads.
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Extras

  • The Ghost Dog Diaries
  • (You Gotta Fight) For Your Right (To Party)

    Whether the conflicts we are experiencing revolve around our feelings about black/white, gay/straight, Christian/Muslim, Palestinian/Israeli, they are all rooted in the same vibrational frequency – warring energy. And as time goes on, it becomes increasingly clear that the warring energy has to go.

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