Savannah Cultural Arts Center opens to enthusiasm — and more questions

Savannah Cultural Arts Center opens to enthusiasm — and more questions

The grand opening went a long way toward assuaging public concerns about the $24 million facility, under fire for cost overruns

Victory North in Starland set to fill performance niche

Partnership with Zero Mile means ‘The Vic’ can bring top acts to town that currently have no suitable venue
AMID the flurry of high-profile development in the Starland area, months of quiet, steady work will soon result in a new performance venue — of the sort Savannah sorely needs. Victory North is set to host its first concert in May in the old Pinch of the Past space at 2603 Whitaker St., a stone’s throw across Victory Drive from El Coyote.

Puppy party at Peacock

Lowcountry Subaru dealer’s adoption event with Palmetto Animal League to be featured at this year’s Puppy Bowl
In celebration of the event, Peacock Subaru will hold a Puppy Bowl Watch Party before the Super Bowl, including refreshments and music

‘Alternative MLK Day’ Commemoration takes place this Friday

Which Way Savannah was founded by Pleasant as a way to have all stories in Savannah represented, not just that of the Confederacy and colonialism

Hard hits and slap shots: Hockey Classic celebrates 20 years

Two decades on, the Enmarket Savannah Hockey Classic continues to bring that old college spirit to the ice
The passion and rivalries of the fan bases do make for a spirited evening off the ice as well as on it

Ardsley In Motion provides groundbreaking toolkit for neighborhood improvement

Volunteer effort results in over 2,000 site-specific recommendations
The result is a densely detailed Google Maps document with more than 2,000 site-specific recommendations for individual neighborhood improvements

Canal District to feature upscale housing

Alderman Van Johnson, in whose First District the apartments will be located, questioned the need for more apartments marketed to the relatively affluent.

Nighttime Tour regulation: Target the few bad apples instead

Battle lines get drawn, people get defensive and talk gets hot. And there's a lot of hot talk with this issue.

She. Hustles. celebrates women getting it done

"I think of She. Hustles. as an evening of business leaders and entrepreneurs who happen to be women who are kicking ass and taking names."

Shining Brighter for forty years

Peter and Janie Brodhead on the legend of Brighter Day Natural Foods: past, present and future
They were, after all, two college kids opening a health food store in the south in 1978, long before Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s brought healthy living to the mainstream

Recess and unstructured break time: Parent voices

A majority of parents responded that schools should not be allowed to withhold unstructured breaks (including recess) for disciplinary purposes or for academic activities


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