If you happened to be on River Street on April 7, you probably noticed a small film crew, several grills and an outdoor kitchen area set up at Rousakis Riverfront Plaza.
How do you create an intimate performance in the sprawling Lucas Theatre?
The ghost story of an indentured servant from Ireland searching for her baby in Wright Square is one that Linda Sickler won’t easily dismiss.
The second Savannah VOICE Festival returns from Aug. 1-17, and DO is giving away tickets for each week!
Vote in our bracket and win free movie tickets all summer long!
This 10-day celebration pays homage to the culinary heritage that makes our city unique.
"God blesses us to be a blessing to others.” That’s a phrase that holds strong meaning for Tim Salley, owner of Relentless Records LLC in Savannah.
As “RenaZance,” Ralph Dillard became known as one of Savannah’s best spoken word artists, co-founding with the late Clinton Powell the Spitfire Poetry Group and the Savannah Spoken Word Festival.
Larry Branson realized it about seven years ago while at a banquet: Something was missing when it came to American Diabetes Association area fundraising in this water-rich community of ocean and rivers.
Look near the feet of locals and tourists walking along River Street to see another view to downtown enjoyment.
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