Vox Populi: ‘The corridor of I-16, with the removal of all the trees, looks like a nuclear wasteland.’
“The corridor of I-16, with the removal of all the trees, looks like a nuclear wasteland.”
In order to inspire travelers to visit Savannah and stay at Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District, Hotel Indigo partnered with global online fashion retailer ASOS to curate a clothing collection inspired by the city of Savannah.
Georgia-native and social media influencer Asiyami Gold selected pieces from ASOS’s men’s and women’s clothing website, which Gold then grouped and curated into the collection inspired by the city of Savannah. (Photo courtesy Asiyami Gold)
The Savannah Economic Development Authority and the Savannah College of Art and Design announced a new partnership on Tuesday that aims to help SCAD alumni develop commercially viable digital products and advance the city’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Scott Brown, creative director for SCAD+ talks about the new entrepreneurial program during the Savannah Economic Development Authority monthly Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday. The new program, which will be jointly funded by SCAD and SEDA, aims to help alumni develop commercially viable digital products and advance the city’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. (Katie Nussbaum/Savannah Morning News)
For the second year in a row, Savannah Technical College has been named Best College in the nation for career and technical colleges by Military Times.
Savannah Technical College veteran graduates celebrate before commencement. For the second year in a row Savannah Technical College has been named Military Times Best College in the nation for career and technical colleges. (Photo by Stephen Morton)
“We have forgotten — or have we? — that there is but one universal language and that its voice is art.” — Kahlil Gibran
Savannah’s Holiday Tour of Homes and Inns is always a highlight of the season.
It’s a good time to take a great taste of Savannah. Have you noticed? Most people don’t.
No one finds punk music, and especially hardcore punk, in their 30s. That’s utterly ridiculous.
Rayonier Advanced Materials has announced the acquisition of a Canadian paper company.
File Photo of Rayonier’s Jesup plant Rayonier Advanced Materials has announced the company has purchased a Canadian company that produces cellulose, pulp, and paper. The two companies will operate under the name of Rayonier Advanced Materials.
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FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 28, 2014, file photo, shoppers sit while taking a break at the Garden State Plaza mall, in Paramus, N.J. Real estate investment trusts are lagging the broader market this year, weighed down by struggling malls and weak growth in other sectors. Rising interest rates, which can make REITs less attractive to dividend investors, haven’t helped. But warehouse, data center and other types of REITs are bucking the trend. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
BiS in brief: Kennickell honored, Parker’s opens 51st, service collects for food bank, JCB wins awards
Kennickell Group gets international honor
Holiday shopping season arrives this week, and retailers are optimistic consumers will be out in force.
Mike Finn, the manager at Best Buy talks about some of the products that seem to be trending this holiday season like the latest smart home technology that allows people to control many devices in their homes remotely. (Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News)(Robert Cooper/for the Savannah Morning News)
Enjoy ‘A Motown Christmas’ in Savannah with former members of The Capitols, The Temptations and The Miracles
After more than 50 years, the Motown Sound remains as popular and enduring as it has ever been.
Hurricane Irma may have forced Jekyll Island to cancel its premiere event, but it hasn’t stopped the community spirit.
The sun may set early this time of year, but the Savannah area is alive with lights for the holidays.
The South Carolina Ballet is returning to Savannah with its 50th anniversary production of “Nutcracker.”