Savannah Philharmonic’s big birthday bash

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).

Coffee is us

Some indie java joints for studying and chilling
Get some work done at these coffee shops

‘Free’ up your schedule

Stuff to do that doesn’t cost a dime
Luckily, there are plenty of things to do here that don’t involve spending any money at all.

Let's talk about college

Here’s a guide to get you through the toughest times

'How believable is the illusion?'

Miss Gay Georgia America event at Club One promises the height of female impersonation as an art form
ONE OF the oldest beauty pageants in the U.S., the Miss Gay America Pageant was started a mere three years after the 1969 Stonewall Riots, and decades before there was anything like widespread acceptance of LGBT rights in America. The first winner, in 1972, was Norman Jones, performing as Norma Kristie, at Nashville’s Watch Your Hat & Coat Saloon.

'That pure moment of WTF'

Magician Tanya Solomon is the ‘Truth Assassin’
The veteran of Bindlestiff Family Cirkus brings her "Truth Assassin" show to the Jinx this week for an evening of sleight of hand, illusion, and comedy

House of Strut’s Kids Fashion Bootcamp gears up for second year

Through workshops, building mood boards, and more hands-on activities, the kids at camp will find their personal style.

Women Rule!

Front Porch Improv presents a night of storytelling and inspiration
'We wanted to find a space where we could not only learn about each other, but also laugh about it.'

From Boylesque to Babs, Randy Roberts rules

Entertainer brings uncanny impersonations to Club One
When guests step into Key West’s Crystal Room Cabaret at the Lateda Hotel, they are greeted by some of the world’s biggest stars all on one stage. For years, Randy Roberts has been thrilling visitors from around the world with a must-see one-man show, transforming into icons like Cher, Joan Crawford, Carol Channing, Mae West, and beyond.

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