It's beginning to look and feel like fall in the Lowcountry, but that won't slow down this city's schedule!
For those who just can’t wait until the Savannah Music Festival starts in March, help is on the way.
Fans who attend country rocker Brantley Gilbert’s show Oct. 31 at the Savannah Civic Center won’t be disappointed.
The Savannah College of Art and Design has announced the documentary “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me” has been added to the 2014 Savannah Film Festival’s Docs to Watch series.
Over the last four years, the Savannah Food Day Festival has grown from roughly 3,000 attendees to the single largest Food Day celebration in the country.
When “The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus blurts out he’s working on a new Adult Swim cartoon called “Deep Frito,” I want to believe him.
The Levy Jewelers Red, White and Blue Balloon Festival is bringing hot air balloons, music, comedy, food and vendors to Hunter Army Air Field on Nov. 1-2.
The Bluffton Beer Festival is hosting its fourth annual international and craft beer event to offer a taste of new flavors to locals.
Producer Julie Pacino and director Jennifer DeLia will bring their feature film "Billy Bates" to Savannah on Nov. 4.
In case you have not heard, the legendary singer-songwriter John Prine and his backing band will grace the stage of the Johnny Mercer Theatre on Nov. 7.
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