World class singer Anthony Kearns brings a piece of Ireland to town

World class singer Anthony Kearns brings a piece of Ireland to town

The acclaimed Irish tenor talks his upcoming show with the Philharmonic
In the show, Kearns sings a variety of material - Irish music, broadway songs, arias, and pop music are just some of the genres covered

Riding to Victory

Second annual moto event held over Veteran’s Day weekend
Now in its second year, the exhibition of over 30 vintage bikes goes down this weekend at Service Brewing

Blank Page Poetry tests the Waters

A favorite poetry event returns next week
Jerome Meadows created Blank Page Poetry in 2012 and has held several different iterations since

Telling stories and building community

Stories in the Park launches this Friday night
'There’s no documentary studies department here, but there’s plenty of interest in podcasting and storytelling'

The importance of poetry

Poet Olivia Stiffler holds lecture this Sunday
THIS Sunday, explore the enduring beauty and importance in poetry. Olivia Stiffler’s lecture, “Poetry: Why Read it?

Back with more baklava

Savannah Greek Festival returns for its 68th edition
The Greek Festival remains reliant on hard volunteer work from the St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox congregation itself, using recipes passed down through the generations, from spanakopita to koulourakia

German-American Fest happens Saturday

The Teutonic Council works together with the other three German-American societies in the Greater Savannah area

Laughing it out

Front Porch Improv and Prevent Suicide Today join together for a memorable show
AS Vira Salzburn says in her suicide prevention workshops, "Let’s get comfortable being uncomfortable." September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and talking about suicide is both uncomfortable and necessary.

Savannah Philharmonic’s big birthday bash

Beloved local orchestra celebrates 10 years of music with an opening night spectacular
Executive Director Terri O’Neil recalled the early days of the Philharmonic, which evolved from the Savannah Choral Society in 2007

Keeping the past alive

Masud Ashley Olufani is highly anticipated Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Lecture keynote speaker
During this sequence, Olufani learned that the Five Points MARTA station on the corner of Alabama and Peachtree used to be the Crawford Negro Brokerage House, a former site for slave trade

Fall Arts Preview: Festivals

SEPTEMBER 10th Annual Fall Frolic— Join the Savannah Tree Foundation for the annual celebration of trees, featuring live music from Connellis, open bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, museum tours, and trees (of course).

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