More than 1,000 Girl Scouts and their families are expected to attend QuestFest 2017 from July 13-16.
Wanted: 300 zombies to roam the streets of Savannah, drinking in bars and raising money for a good cause.
Closing in on three decades of rock ’n’ roll, the Supersuckers have made their mark on music history, mostly by being unpredictable, honest and hardworking.
We usually spend our summertime at the beach or up to our eyeballs in a swimming pool ’round these parts. It’s just too brutal to do anything otherwise.
Whoops! As a woman stretches up to see over a crowd, her underpants fall down.
Telfair has a new, smallish show going up in its second floor hallway at the Jepson Center titled “Animal Instinct,” which is drawn from the permanent collection and organized by assistant curator Erin Dunn.
Wayne Sullivan, drama ministry pastor for Compassion Christian Church, admires the teamwork his troupe employs in their drama program.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top will perform at the Savannah Civic Center this fall.
Ron “Tater Salad” White, best known as the cigar-smoking, Scotch-drinking funnyman from the “Blue Collar Comedy” phenomenon, makes his return to Savannah this winter.
Friends and associates of Scott Waldrup, one of the victims killed in the violence that struck the City Market area late Tuesday and early Wednesday, are planning a march of solidarity to today’s Savannah City Council meeting.
From inception to playing regular shows and steadily gathering local popularity, bands will inevitably venture out of the safe haven of their hometown to play to strangers in other cities.
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Last Sunday, a strong thunderstorm roared through downtown Savannah during the final act of Savannah Shakes’ production of “The Tempest” at Bay Street Theatre at Club One.
My family and I take great pride in the fact that we live in a city so many people want to visit every year.
The Tybee Prom has evolved over the years.
Parades can come in all shapes and sizes: big ones, small ones, long ones and short ones.
Writers are often told to write about what they know.