The City was on the right track with trying to enforce some basic rules at Chippewa Square. But when the crowd coordinates on social media to move, as seems to have been the case, the City and police are reduced to just playing whack-a-mole.
Partnership with Zero Mile means ‘The Vic’ can bring top acts to town that currently have no suitable venue
AMID the flurry of high-profile development in the Starland area, months of quiet, steady work will soon result in a new performance venue — of the sort Savannah sorely needs. Victory North is set to host its first concert in May in the old Pinch of the Past space at 2603 Whitaker St., a stone’s throw across Victory Drive from El Coyote.
'Quite frankly, Molly is on fire. Her heart and soul are so big and her hands are so capable'
Seventh annual parade and street fair goes down Sunday
Now in its seventh year, the Flannery O’Connor Birthday Parade and Street is a beloved Savannah tradition full of community love and support
Kiss it and create more than luck for local charities
Smith’s idea was infectiously simple: Buy a piece of the Blarney Stone, bring it to the South’s biggest Irish party and have people kiss it to raise money for various charities
As a man at the table said, “We voted in two SPLOSTs for one promise.”
Tips for bicycling into the St. Patrick’s Day celebration
While Savannah’s bicycling infrastructure is in many ways not as complete or as friendly as it could be, there are some key bike routes
Tips for navigating the celebration without your own vehicle
There's also this thing called a DUI you really want to avoid
We don’t recommend driving downtown on parade day. But here are some tips if you do
Fortunately there are several options for those opting to drive close to the festival area
The families invited a few friends and a tradition was born, one that has grown remarkably over the years.
At over 3 miles and 3 hours long, with about 300 total units, it is a marathon trek not only for participants, but sometimes for watchers as well
Turns out there is a small handful of African American CGI characters in the concept video. One of them is standing by himself in the lobby at the top of some stairs, looking off into the distance. He is wearing a basketball uniform... and holding a basketball.
As president Cuffy Sullivan explains, the LWVCGA jumped on opportunities to collaborate with other organizations and their existing programming, creating a strong support system