It’s a new year and Mahogany Bowers says she wants everyone to kick off 2018 with a “healthy body and healthy mind.”
"Whose Streets?" offers a revealing look at the daily lives, trials and tribulations of residents of Ferguson, Mo.
A few weeks back in this space, we spent some time remembering the top five stories in food for 2017.
From initial concept to the final product, construction of an original play is a long and arduous process.
Club One’s Bay Street Theatre will bring to life a work of art that was far ahead of its time — and often misunderstood — for three weekends in January as they stage “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”
Comedians Mike Epps, DeRay Davis, Michael Blackson and Tony Rock will be in Savannah this spring for the Platinum Comedy Tour.
While many were anticipating the opening of Husk Savannah, the weather didn’t cooperate. It didn’t keep the opening away long as the restaurant has announced a new date to try out the new eatery.
As the band’s name suggests, Little Tybee has deep connections to the Georgia coast.
“God bless the angel that turned my pocketbook in at Sam’s on Saturday. I almost had a heart attack losing it, but God bless the person that turned it in. Merry Christmas.”
There is never a lack of great music to hear in Savannah, but it’s particularly worthwhile when the show is not only free, but also provides a charitable service to the community.
One of the many things you can do that doesn’t cost a dime — and always provides some degree of intellectual and aesthetic stimulation — is to patronize one of the many local galleries that dot the fertile creative landscape of the Coastal Empire.
Last year, they brought us “Swan Lake.” Now the State Ballet Theatre of Russia returns with Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 6 at the Savannah Civic Center’s Johnny Mercer Theatre.
The legendary Phoenix may purge itself in fire to begin anew, but there is no need to be so dramatic. A brisk dip in the Atlantic Ocean works just as well to start the New Year right.