Meet The Petty Fam!

Meet The Petty Fam!

All-black burlesque revue brings first tour to Savannah
THERE'S a new Fam in town. The Petty Fam, an all-black burlesque revue, brings its first tour to Club One on Thursday.

Keep theatre in Savannah alive

Theatre can build a sense of community—not only within the organization, but also within the very city in which it’s being produced. Lives can literally be changed through the power of storytelling.

(Moon)Shine On

New American Prohibition Museum is the toast of the town
All forms of alcohol were banned in the colony of Georgia—along with slavery and lawyers—for a time, anyway. But nothing could dampen Savannah’s relationship with “strong waters.” (Just ask Shia LaBeouf.)

Ron White coming to Savannah Dec. 2

Tickets on sale Friday, July 14 at 10 a.m.
Grammy-nominated comedian Ron White returns to Savannah's Johnny Mercer Theatre with a new stand-up show on Saturday, December 2. White, who rose to prominence through "Blue Collar Comedy," has received a Gold Record, two top-rated one-hour specials on Comedy Central, and a spot on the New York Times Best Seller List.

It's Leslie Jordan!

An icon comes to Savannah
Jordan arrived in Hollywood in 1982 with $1,200 sewn into his undergarments and Tennessee dirt still on his shoes

Raise a glass and wag a tail

Toast of the Town honors Central Animal Hospital, One Love Animal Rescue
THE Savannah community is ever-grateful for the heady pours of craft beer served down at Southbound Brewing Company. As a local business, the brewery finds it important to celebrate the folks, nonprofits, and companies that make Savannah the city we love.

Dive into drag collective House of Gunt’s dank meme stash

Savannah, it’s time to meet your Meme Girls
INTERNET culture has always shone through the playful, cerebral, and innovative work of Savannah drag collective The House of Gunt. Glitch-inspired graphics, created by local visual and motion graphics artists, flicker behind performers as they strut, gesticulate, and enrapture their audience.

No, Ashley, Sherman did NOT have a mistress in Savannah

Contrary to what was said on 'Southern Charm Savannah' it was not a romantic interest that spared Savannah the fate of unfortunate Atlanta at Sherman’s hands. It was common sense. Sherman had no reason to burn Savannah and every reason not to.

Best of Savannah 2017 Party Pics!

A saucy good time was had by all at our big Best of Savannah 2017 winners bash Tuesday night at the Charles H. Morris Center. The storm cleared just in time for the action to get underway.

Great Scots!

The 41th Annual Savannah Scottish Games are back!
Early Saturday morning, kilts will rustle as athletes head to Bethesda to prepare for the festival’s centerpiece activity: heavy athletics

Savannah comedy’s major moment

From national acts like Doug Stanhope to local showcases, it’s a funny time in The Hostess City
HERE in Savannah, funny business is booming. With numerous comedy open mics and showcases, touring comedians cracking up audiences at local bars, and inventive theme shows, what began as an underground rarity has grown into a movement all its own.

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