City Notebook

‘It feels like we’re being led to slaughter’

Service industry employees weigh in amidst COVID-19 shutdowns

Theatre

Front Porch Improv thrives during difficult times

During the hourlong show, Chris Williams and Matt Nickley talk about, basically, anything

Community

Voices on the Path: Kevin Lawver

'Asking people who are already suffering and in pain is an insult to centuries of injury. Have enough respect to do your own research first.'

Visual Arts

5 Questions with Christian Miguel Gutierrez

"I grew up most of my life, as I think a lot of queer people in the South did, very scared to be yourself, which is the very sad truth about being queer in the South."

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NEWS & OPINION

Editor's Note: The power of place, and memory

Editor's Note: The power of place, and memory

The impact of the loss of community spaces like The Jinx -- a business, a bar, a community gathering place, and a performance space rolled into one-- is impossible to measure or chart.

  • ‘It feels like we’re being led to slaughter’

    Service industry employees weigh in amidst COVID-19 shutdowns

  • Voices on the Path: Kevin Lawver

    'Asking people who are already suffering and in pain is an insult to centuries of injury. Have enough respect to do your own research first.'

  • SCAD’s nonprofit status: A closer look

    According to the property records of Chatham County, SCAD purchased at least 11 properties in downtown Savannah in 2018 worth over $46 million. If taxed at prevailing millage rates, these properties would have generated over $600,000 in revenue for local governments.

  • Editor's Note: The virus is spiking. Now what?

    The 'new normal' looks a lot like this: A stutterstep reopening, with places briefly opening back up for awhile and then abruptly closing again, combined with long lines at free testing centers and frantic attempts to do your own junior contact-tracing.

  • Renegade Paws Rescue rings in year one

    'One of our major long-term goals is to really expand our community care program'

MUSIC & CLUBS

Song After Song: Coy Campbell

Song After Song: Coy Campbell

Nightingale News songwriter/musician elaborates on two powerful songs

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Local artists take part in the Great American Paint In

Local artists take part in the Great American Paint In

A talk with Dottie Leatherwood and Marc Hanson

FOOD & DRINK

Savannah restaurants contribute to ‘Smash the Pastry-archy’ cookbook

Savannah restaurants contribute to ‘Smash the Pastry-archy’ cookbook

Proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood Southeast

FILM

Multi-cultural films set for Jesup Drive-in

Multi-cultural films set for Jesup Drive-in

Amazon Studios and Michael B. Jordan’s Outlier Society are launching aa free nationwide summer screening series

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