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.”
“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.
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.”
“Does Jennifer Hudson of ‘The Voice’ practice looking dumb?”
Greetings, adventurous cinema lovers. It’s time for our weekly look ahead at the most notable and/or unusual filmic offerings in the greater Savannah area over the next seven days.
The Savannah Music Festival unveiled its impressive 2018 lineup last week, suggesting the fest might be going in some interesting directions.
Chefs regularly tell me they wished they were able to do more with the 80 hours a week (on the low end) they work. Almost all of them will tell you that. Especially if they own their own restaurant.
The Savannah Children’s Book Festival gives young readers the chance to celebrate the joy of reading, the power of the written word and the magic of storytelling.
Despite what you might ostensibly draw from their name, Empire Strikes Brass is not a celebration of “Star Wars” music.
For all those teetering on either side of the big 4-0, our generation has a new name: Xennials. We’re now part of a micro-generation sandwiched between the pre-internet leave-the-house-without-being-found Gen Xers, and the overanalyzed, digitally advanced, carpal-tunnel-at-age-12 millennial.
Members of Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church sure know how to make people happy, with their pecan treats and Heavenly Honey.
The Sonic & SEGA Fan Jam on Nov. 18 gives old-school gamers a chance to play and meet special guests who worked on “Sonic the Hedgehog” and other SEGA games and comics.