Savannah’s burgeoning T-shirt company 13 Bricks Clothing has catapulted from its urban art roots to Hollywood status in just a matter of weeks.
Authenticity is one of the more enduring qualities of Savannah. It seems to draw tourists to become either permanent residents or frequent visitors, and keeps its citizens in place.
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By now, you’ve likely heard the big Film Scene news: Psychotronic Film Society and the Lucas Theatre are partnering to screen “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” on Sept. 27.
When I got the call to review The Collins Quarter, I was really excited. There was already a buzz just two weeks after its opening, but would it live up to expectations?
There is fabulous food around a good many corners in our fine city, but there is also good music, as well.
Tenor Ken Lavigne was always singing when he was a little boy.
Few things can top an evening of good food, music and company, and at Dept. 7 East — runner-up in Savannah Magazine’s Best New Restaurant category — you can find all three on Thursday evenings from 6-9 p.m.
Talk about romantic. The Piano in the Arts concert series at Armstrong returns with a program that imagines songs as a series of love letters.
Three blockbuster authors will kick off, keynote and close the 2015 Savannah Book Festival, set for Feb. 12-15.
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