Here in Savannah, our community is lucky indeed to have several very different museums at our disposal. One of the most unique of these institutions is the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, located in nearby Pooler.
Pageants constitute a big part of the American culture. For decades, we have watched mostly women parade in gowns and bathing suits in the hopes to be a queen of some sorts.
MusicFile Productions LLC has announced Revival Fest will return to the grounds of the Georgia State Railroad Museum.
“We have a generation that can no longer count change. The cash register does it for them. So they put the change on top of the receipt and hand it to you and it slides off on the floor rather than the old way of putting the change in the palm of your hand.”
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Pamela Shaw has worked in film, television and on and off Broadway.
Like many other Savannahians, I head to Charleston for at least a day each year for Spoleto Festival USA.
The Savannah Civic Center has announced that The Beach Boys are scheduled to perfrom at the Johnny Mercer Theatre at 7 p.m. Nov. 5.
News that comedian, actor and playwright Leslie Jordan is touring with a new one-man show is a cause for celebration.
The beauty of the sound of bells is increased tenfold when the Bells of Christ Church performs.
I am regularly in awe of the people who run a successful restaurant.
The Tybee Post Theater will transform into a 1920s movie palace on June 17.
It’s a time to remember the past and to celebrate the future.
Sulfur Studios has had a fantastic run of great exhibitions in its short lifetime, and the upcoming collage and assemblage show, “Pieced Together,” opening June 16 should be no exception.