"I think of She. Hustles. as an evening of business leaders and entrepreneurs who happen to be women who are kicking ass and taking names."
Only 28.6% of committee members attended the public forum on the subject at Savannah’s City Hall this past Saturday
So who is at fault? It's complicated and bears a closer look. The issue of very long lines isn't quite the same issue as which ballots are accepted or rejected.
Extensive new focus on enslaved presence unveiled at Telfair Museums site
As part of Telfair Museums’ Slavery and Freedom in Savannah project, the home reveals its new interpretive exhibitions on Nov. 17
Our mistake is presuming that everyone has a choice, but that’s not the end of our failure to comprehend the realities many of our fellow Savannahians face every day.
DUE to our print deadline, I write this column the day before the most momentous midterm election of modern times. I have no idea how that’s going to turn out.
Mountainfilm On Tour screening at Service Brewing focuses on veteran rehabilitation
The film focuses on Eaton’s recovery, and on his work as a river guide helping veterans recover from war by the simple act of whitewater rafting
Peter and Janie Brodhead on the legend of Brighter Day Natural Foods: past, present and future
They were, after all, two college kids opening a health food store in the south in 1978, long before Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s brought healthy living to the mainstream
Niema Ross was not only one of Savannah's most widely beloved and universally admired community members, her passing is also tragically emblematic of our nation's long-running inability to adequately provide healthcare in a fair, equitable, and just manner.
Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon brings music, energy to town all weekend
The Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon is the last qualifier race for the Boston Marathon, and its combination of comparatively flat terrain and generally pleasant weather makes it easier to log a really good time
Local artist Carrie Christian talks about her new art subscription service for kids, bringing it to hospitals, and providing a creative outlet for the imagination
'I very much believe in the creative process as being something that’s really helpful for kids, and parents too'
Tents filled the courthouse parking lots and parks of these little towns. Mobile command units and service vehicles emblazoned with logos from Central and South Florida jurisdictions were parked all around. Bedraggled citizens stood around looking dazed.
In my mind the most serious indicators of political change have more to do with what we know for a fact to be true, that we can already see in front of us.