Breaking down the new ‘hands free’ law

Breaking down the new ‘hands free’ law

Don’t touch it. Put it away. Turn it off. Put it in airplane mode. Just don’t touch it. Kind of like a strip club.

Remembering Jim Bacote

Gullah-Geechee historian and museum founder promoted coastal Georgia as an epicenter for African culture in the Americas
Quite simply, what Bacote was doing was healing the world – one bus load of students, one mobile home of curious Midwesterners, one tour bus of African-American pilgrims, one family reunion, one lost Floridian at a time

Explore the possibilities: Local TEDx conference set for Friday

This year’s roster of speakers ranges from entrepreneurs to authors to rocket scientists and follows the theme of “Legacy by Design."

Savannah Earth Day Festival is back with a fresh outlook

Savannah Chatham Sustainability Coalition set to manage Saturday event in Forsyth Park
EARTH DAY has been celebrated in Savannah for decades.

5 Questions: The Revival Society at Earth Day

The Revival Society is a group of creative makers in Savannah who focus their talents on ecological design
BE HONEST —how often do you recycle?

Game-changer at Trustees’ Garden

Kehoe Iron Works multi-use restoration makes its public debut for Savannah Music Festival
IF YOU watched the new American Idol on ABC on March 25, you got a glimpse of the Kehoe Iron Works at Trustees' Garden, where that episode of Idol was filmed this past October. The Kehoe Iron Works is not only one of the most far-ranging and ambitious historic and greenspace renovations in Savannah history, it’s an instant game-changer for local performing arts, culture, and quality of life.

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The Rape Crisis Center observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Ultimately, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is just as much about empathy for rape survivors

Rotary Club hosts inaugural Read-In Mar. 22

They’ll read a book to the class for an hour and leave the book with the class after they leave to stock the shelves

Irish Jews: A closer look at a lesser-known aspect of the Irish experience

Georgia Southern's Dr. Howard Keeley hopes to get the message into our consciousness with a new exhibit at Savannah's Congregation Mickve Israel.

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    FOR EIGHT years, Ryan Koch has been known as one of the most vocal supporters of local music in Savannah. As the host of Rock 106.1’s Underexposed and Night Shift with Ryan, the Detroit transplant and his wife, artist and SCAD MFA grad Brandy Kennedy Koch, could be found supporting local shows, helping out with Savannah Skatepark, hosting art shows, and engaging the Savannah they love so much.

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