Ready to get your green on? You don't even have to wait for the big day on March 17! Savannah has plenty of events, both family-friendly and adults-only, throughout the month of March.
The American Traditions Competition ended a week of celebrating American music with a full house Friday night at the Historic Savannah Theatre on Bull Street.
Three tenured titans of punk rock are hitting Savannah’s home to punk and metal, The Jinx, for a colossal one-night stand on Feb. 27.
Beginning at 8 a.m. Feb. 27, the city of Savannah's Mobility & Parking Services will offer a pre-sale of parking spaces for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration, which is March 16-19.
On Feb. 23, the lovely and intimate Tybee Post Theater presents a one-show-only screening of controversial director Elia Kazan’s adored 1951 drama “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
Girl Scout cookies are a four-letter word in my house. Well, maybe not. Not really. Yes, they are.
It’s not every day that a community theater group gets to do a world premiere production.
We're giving away two VIP passes to this year's Savannah Stopover, featuring more than 80 bands all over the city's downtown from March 9-11.
The wait is just about over. Though it was never really forgotten, the Gottlieb name re-entered Savannah’s food lexicon a couple of years ago.
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