It’s hard to tell this story and not whip out every clichè you know about returning to your roots, starting over, or coming full circle.
Even if you’re as familiar with “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” as I am, you will likely find the current BST production by turns shocking, hilarious, touching and cathartic.
Need a night of belly laughs, great music and and killer choreography, all for a good cause?
Last year’s Savannah Women’s March signaled a new platform to address women’s issues. The year, the movement's goals include getting more women to the polls and on ballots for midterms.
Since 2010, the touring version of this esteemed event — which criss-crosses the globe for months following each year’s Mountainfilm Fest in Telluride — has made a welcomed stop in downtown Savannah, courtesy of Mountainfilm on Tour – Savannah.
Are you ready to laugh? Front Porch Improv is hosting Savannah Comedy Fest 2018, a three-day showcase of riotously funny comedy and improve troupes.
The Thursday Night Opry will bookend another successful Trinity Sanctuary Concert Series season this week with a mix of local and regional acts, featuring a variety of voices and styles.
The Hostess City is known for its food with a number of staples leading the way for the “best place to eat” when people come to visit. But if you’re looking to walk off the beaten path, Savannah also has a number of new places that Yelp users have found to be great spots for a bite.
Returning for its 15th annual year in Savannah on March 23-25, 2018, the Southern Women’s Show (SWS) has rounded up an impressive list of local, regional and national retailers to showcase their leading products and exclusive shopping finds. Infused with interactive events and activities, the SWS will also feature fun fashion shows, live cooking demonstrations, informative body and health screenings, DIY workshops, hair and face makeovers and so much more!
Savannah celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a variety of events, including the annual parade, eye-opening film screenings, a free community dinner and more.
Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of History Channel's "American Pickers" are bringing their expertise South this year.
If you’re looking to don your best duds and enjoy a night on the town, why not make those dollars do double-duty by buying a ticket to an upcoming Savannah fundraising gala?
“If I send a ‘Trumpy’ bear to the Savannah Morning News, could you please see that it gets to Mr. Streeter? It’ll help him sleep better.”
The evolution of Telfair’s PULSE Art+Technology Festival, now in its 12th year, has progressed in parallel with the role of the Jepson Center over the course of their coeval life spans.
When Tom Petty passed away in October, we lost one of rock’s great songwriters and performers. Although he is gone, there is still a chance to hear his music live — and loud.