Yes, “by some divine miracle,” says co-owner Heather Flagle, Hang Fire’s lease has been extended until the end of 2015.
Six years ago, Julia Volen and her staff at The Distillery Ale House hosted a series of events showcasing craft beer to celebrate the week leading up to Savannah Craft Brew Fest.
If only weapons of mass destruction could be turned into gardens of delightfully colorful flowers.
Spring into summer fun with Get Air Savannah, a new trampoline park for all ages.
LGBT couples from the across Georgia are invited to share their their love story for a chance to win a wedding package at The Brice, a Kimpton Hotel, on Feb. 26.
The permanent collection of Telfair Museums contains more than 6,500 individual pieces that span centuries and includes almost every medium imaginable.
You can read elsewhere here in Do about the final night for Hang Fire in its current space on Whitaker Street, but that’s not the only big show on Aug. 29.
Lucas Theatre follows up its recent Bruce Lee weekend with a two-night salute to one of the great American leading men of the 1950s through the 1980s: The late, great charismatic actor and polarizing celebrity Charlton Heston.
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