Despite challenges, Bananas set to open season

Half-capacity, temperature-taking are part of health protocol at Grayson Stadium
The beloved college summer league team is set to play their season opener July 1 at Historic Grayson Stadium

Neighborhood Comics rings in year one under quarantine

Lee Heidel talks struggles, triumphs of being a small business owner right now
'You figure out what you do well, and then you’re told by the world that you can’t do that anymore, for good reason'

Yellow Fever at 200

Two centuries ago, plague and politics paralyzed the city
ALBERT CAMUS’S novel, The Plague, opens with Dr. Bernard Rieux leaving his surgery and stepping on a dead rat. Rieux kicked the rat aside without a thought, but a moment later felt uneasy.

Remember When: 1997 Savannah Jazz Festival

WRUU’s Dave Lake looks back on a standout year for the festival
'I am sure one of the reasons that I came to the Savannah Jazz Festival was the appearance of Kenny Barron'

Local artists combine form and function with beautiful masks

'Making masks definitely fuels my artistry. I love to create.'
BRENDA SCARPATI and her husband, Mike, live on Tybee Island and own an artisan hand-poured soy candle business called Scent From Savannah. Brenda says that she saw articles, with patterns and instructions, explaining that there was a need for people to make masks.  “I thought, ‘I can do that’.”   

Sequined and Sequestered brings burlesque into the digital world

The idea for Sequined and Sequestered is to encourage burlesque performers to be as creative as they can during a time that’s very uncertain for entertainers

Remember When: 2008 Savannah Shakespeare Festival

Local theater veteran Chris Soucy remembers the Shakespeare celebration
This is a chance for Savannah art veterans to reminisce on some of their favorite events in the city’s history

Savannah Comedy Fest: ‘A celebration of comedy’

Fest hits four years, the first in their new theatre
It’s been a long road for Front Porch Improv’s dreams of having a theater space to be realized, but the road leads to a very important development for Savannah’s comedy scene

Savannah Comedy Fest: Murder, She Joked

The five-woman improv team from Nashville, Tenn., creates a podcast-style live show based on true crime

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