• Issue of
  • Sep 2-8, 2015
Digital Edition

News & Opinion

  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note: The real crime is our poverty rate

    The City of Savannah still remains at a stubborn 26-28 percent poverty rate. Poverty disproportionately impacts African Americans, also the community most disproportionately impacted by crime. This is no coincidence and is hardly rocket science, but for some reason many people have problems connecting the dots.

Arts & Entertainment

Music & Clubs

  • Young Valley @The Sentient Bean
  • Music Features
  • Young Valley @The Sentient Bean

    From letters to old lovers to observational-style stories of folks trying to fix their erroneous ways, it’s a fun, easy listen of country soul and Southern sweat with a sprinkling of Tex-Mex flavor.

Food & Drink

  • Craft Brew Fest: The Basics
  • Brew/Drink/Run
  • Craft Brew Fest: The Basics

    Samples are served in lovely little 2oz. souvenir glasses that may seem small, but really encourage visitors to try as many brews as possible.


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