On Nov. 9 at downtown’s Service Brewing Co., the organization will present its fourth annual Veterans Day event by once more offering an exclusive area showing of a film that focuses not only on outdoor adventure, but also on the challenges faced by military veterans and their friends and family members.
It’s becoming harder and harder to allow historic structures to sit empty in this town anymore.
Need cooking advice? Chef Jernard Wells has you covered. Need love advice? He can do that, too.
Brian Cripps took over at Pacci Italian Kitchen + Bar as the executive chef about three months ago. It’s been non-stop work since he walked into the kitchen — leaving very little time for him to sample local restaurants or meet local chefs.
Cheer on your favorite bartender during the Savannah Food & Wine Festival’s Secret Savannah Speakeasy at 8 p.m. Nov. 9.
When we think of West Coast wines, we may think specifically of California’s Napa Valley or Sonoma Valley.
In just under 12 minutes, filmmaker Kyra Zagorsky shows audiences the struggle Middle-Eastern Americans face today in her short film, “The Prince.”
“A long time ago, way back in history, when all they had to drink was nothin’ but cups of tea, along came a man by the name of Charlie Mopps, and he invented a wonderful drink, and he made it out of hops” — or so says an old Irish drinking song called “Beer, Beer, Beer.”
Five hundred years ago in 1517, Martin Luther published his “Ninety-five Theses,” launching the Protestant Reformation.
On Nov. 3, as part of First Friday in Starland, Bull Street Labs is hosting is an opening reception for a new series of paintings by Panhandle Slim.
As Savannah’s fall calendar shifts from one festival to another, it can be difficult to keep up with some of the standalone concerts, exhibitions and other cultural events that enrich the city so much.
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Mahogany Bowers started her successful after-school food program Blessings in a Book Bag because she saw a need in the community for children on the free school lunch program. And now she says she’s trying to fill another need in the community and using her nonprofit to host the first-ever Savannah Sisterhood Symposium.
World premiere opera tells story of Anna Hunter, leader of Savannah’s historic preservation movement
A world premiere opera about real-life Savannahian Anna Colquitt Hunter will be presented by the Savannah VOICE Festival from Nov. 2-4.
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If you think Zoey Deutch is as charming in real life as she is on the big screen, you’re right.