Savannah comedy’s major moment

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.

No ugly allowed: A look at Savannah’s drag queen scene

Prospective performers prepare to audition for RuPaul's "Drag Race"

Asian Cultural Festival broadens horizons

Free event at Armstrong State University highlights culture, performance, cuisine
'We’re trying to bring the world to our students, our faculty, our staff, and to the whole community'

New Art March Parade and Festival travels one happy mile through Starland

While Art Rise Savannah formerly sponsored a Starland-area Art March for several years, this event is actually, well, a March.

A good parade isn't so hard to find

Celebrate Flannery O'Connor's birthday with fanfare, local authors, costumes and cake
IF THERE'S anywhere more appropriate to break out your grandmother’s lace gloves on a spring Sunday than Lafayette Square, I’ll eat the matching hat.

‘A Catholic school on a Protestant island’

Exploring what remains of a Benedictine school for freedmen on Skidaway Island
WHEN A school falls in the woods, does it make a sound?

Literary son Zach Powers returns for lecture at Flannery O’Connor Home

With Gravity Changes, the winner of the BOA Short Fiction Prize has channeled the quirkiness of his hometown into tightly-written, mind-stretching stories that feature children who walk on walls, lightbulbs as romantic partners and yaks that talk.

A special musical treat at Tara Feis

Headlining band The Outside Track combines Celtic music traditions into one fun show
'Our goal is to spread this music and these traditions to as many people as we can'

Celtic Woman: The Voices of Angels Tour

A talk with Éabha McMahon and Tara McNeill
BEING A singer in Celtic Woman had been a long-held dream for Éabha McMahon. Now, after more than a year in the group, she feels the reality of being a Celtic Woman has exceeded how she envisioned life in the group.

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