A couple of weeks ago, at the annual Junk 2 Funk Fashion Show at Savannah Arts Academy, I was reminded anew of the artistic talent being nurtured in the local public school system.
Those who are born and raised near the coastline anywhere in the world cannot help but view the ocean as an almost supremely bountiful source of life and energy.
Just like bourbon needs some time to age for its full flavors to develop, Savannah’s Lyn Avenue has matured over the years into a boot-stomping, electrifying country/Americana act.
There is probably a 90 percent chance that if you are reading this, you own a copy of “ABBA GOLD.”
Every year at this time, I usually pop up in a rant against Valentine’s Day. Long story short, we should love every day. Not because the calendar says so.
Calling all DIYers and home renovators! The 18th annual Low Country Home & Garden Show is this weekend at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.
The ninth annual Mardi Gras Tybee is a winter celebration to shake off the cold and warm up for a busy spring on the island.
On the evening of Feb. 8, several Historic District homes will open their doors for a ticketed tour exploring local art and artists, as well as food and beverage pairings by local culinary masters.
The Forsyth Farmers' Market has announced a new manager for its Farm Truck 912 initiative, along with an updated schedule and new locations to find the farm truck around Savannah.
The Top 5 features a variety of Savannah's best arts, music, theater and community events. We aim to include something for all ages and income levels each week.
Harry Hervey, one of the most interesting and culturally significant Savannahians of the 20th century, has never been appreciated as he deserves, but that might change soon.
Paul Stephen Benjamin is an artist who doesn’t like to over-explain his work.
If you are a regular reader, then you probably have a good idea of not only the best eats in the Savannah, Bluffton and Hilton Head Island area, but also a feel for our social calendar.
Lady Valore, queen of the underground, premier promoter of the DIY aesthetic and free-flowing spoken word/hip-hop MC/vocalist, is as eccentric, personable and positive in life as she is in her music.
Tybee Post Theater continues its popular Jazz Legends Series with a tribute to Lady Day.
The 29th annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival kicks off this week, but due to the uncertainty of city funding, this year’s planning was more difficult than usual.