So long, Starland

So long, Starland

House of Strut makes the big move downtown Fri., Sept. 13
Amid a swell of developments, House of Strut, the vintage clothing goldmine, has fostered the arts community in the artsiest part of town

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Igniting the ‘Embers of Freedom’

SCAD looks at Frederick Douglass’ life
'SCAD is committed to show how art not only can be inspiring, but also powerful'

Visual Arts

The subversive, powerful legacy of ‘Dark of the Moon’

Collective Face stages legendary show to start new season
Collective Face’s production of Dark of the Moon launches their 2019-20 “Season of Impostering Identities,” and is an intense and poignant way to kick off an intriguing season

Theatre

‘A Year With Frog and Toad’ hops its way to Savannah Children’s Theatre

Titular characters’ actors chat about upcoming show
The Broadway musical spinoff, A Year With Frog and Toad, continued the book’s tradition of telling stories of friendship and garnered critical acclaim

Theatre

Fall Arts: Performances

On stage, on point

Theatre

Slow build

Matt Toole’s show goes up at Gallery F.A.R.
GROWING UP on Wilmington Island, Matt Toole has always been creating. As a kid, he’d make swords out of sticks and play street hockey with palm fronds.

Art Beat of Savannah

Discounts: Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a student ID card

We did that work for you and called around to almost every spot in town we could think of to compile this list of discounts for you

College Student Guide

Jerry Seinfeld postpones Sep. 5 show due to Hurricane Dorian

Comedian's Johnny Mercer Theatre show rescheduled for Sep. 26
LEGENDARY COMEDIAN Jerry Seinfeld has rescheduled his show at the Johnny Mercer Theatre, which was originally set for Thurs., Sep. 5, due to the incoming Hurricane Dorian. The show will now take place on Sep. 26 at 7pm.

Theatre

5 Questions with Panhandle Slim

'Most people don't do what I do'

Visual Arts

Considering our connectivity

'Entanglements' on view now at Laney Contemporary
Young and Messina were glad to co-curate for the first time and establish more dynamic, creative pathways between Savannah and Atlanta

Art Beat of Savannah

Harper Lee's 'Furious Hours'

Casey Cep discusses her first book, set for O'Connor Home lecture
Lee’s foray into true crime writing is detailed in Casey Cep’s new book, 'Furious Hours'

Books

Talking painting with Thomas Mitz

'Every step in my career has led me to something else.'

Art Beat of Savannah

5 Questions with Chris Ryba

'A three year-old could fly this thing. When you're not actively giving it any input, it just hovers there, so there's not really too much danger.'

Visual Arts

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  • Re: 5 Questions with Panhandle Slim

    • How come I have never seen any of Panhandle Slim's work south of Derenne Avenue?

    • on August 28, 2019
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    • Awesome pictures. I agree about work-life balance. It made me want to have a vacation…

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