Not-so-random acts of kindness

Not-so-random acts of kindness

Local author ties together history, mental illness and a famous onion
NANCY BRANDON'S second novel, Show Me a Kindness, begins just as the effects of the Great Depression are hitting Vidalia, Georgia, and the book is a lot like the onion that would make the town famous—sweet yet complex, with a bit of a bite. The challenges of poverty and staid social mores spur the plot and cast of characters, who are also dealing with mental illness, closeted homosexuality, and racial inequality at a time when such things weren’t even named.



Piecing it together

Sulfur’s latest exhibition shows off the latest in collage work
WHEN YOU think of a collage, the likely first thing you picture is cutting and pasting. Maybe you imagine a scrapbook with photos and ticket stubs pasted into a book.

Art Beat of Savannah

Bowie & the Bard

Savannah Shakes travels to the ‘70s with The Tempest
IN April 1564, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. 363 years later and 100 miles away, David Robert Jones was born in Brixton.


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.


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.

Visual Arts

Ashley Paulk: Finding value in limits

The artist often adapts to his medium rather than the other way around
This body of work is, for Paulk, like a brain dump

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It's Leslie Jordan!

An icon comes to Savannah
Jordan arrived in Hollywood in 1982 with $1,200 sewn into his undergarments and Tennessee dirt still on his shoes


Tybee Cottage Art Gallery paints the town blue

“Shades of Blue” includes eight artists’ sea-inspired work, from a time-lapse photograph of the stars above the Tybee pier to an incredibly detailed painting of shrimping boats

Art Beat of Savannah

Explore the new Savannah African Art Museum

Over a thousand artifacts representing 130 individual cultures offer a sense of Africa’s vast size and multi-layered history
IN THE TRANQUIL Thomas Square neighborhood, the cream-colored, Spanish-style manse stands out among the historic Victorians.

Visual Arts

Summer lovin’ at the Paris Market

Utah artist Mary Sinner presents ‘Strangely Familiar’
Using an impressionistic style and bright colors, Sinner’s oil paintings capture the capricious feel of summer

Art Beat of Savannah

Raise a glass and wag a tail

Toast of the Town honors Central Animal Hospital, One Love Animal Rescue
THE Savannah community is ever-grateful for the heady pours of craft beer served down at Southbound Brewing Company. As a local business, the brewery finds it important to celebrate the folks, nonprofits, and companies that make Savannah the city we love.


Tatiana von Tauber backs it up

Her 18+ show goes up this weekend
Where do we draw the line between beautiful and explicit?

Art Beat of Savannah

Dive into drag collective House of Gunt’s dank meme stash

Savannah, it’s time to meet your Meme Girls
INTERNET culture has always shone through the playful, cerebral, and innovative work of Savannah drag collective The House of Gunt. Glitch-inspired graphics, created by local visual and motion graphics artists, flicker behind performers as they strut, gesticulate, and enrapture their audience.



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