The classics are heading back to the stage as members of the Savannah Stage Company take over the third floor of Ampersand to bring you the likes of “Romeo and Juliet,” “The Wizard of Oz” and “The Scarlett Letter” during its upcoming fourth season.
I’m looking at a large metallic disc, like an upside down bowl, painted in bright cherry red flamboyantly displaying the iconic white font of America’s favorite cola beverage. Turning to Amanda Everard, president of Everard & Co. Antique Auctions, she notices my puzzled look and responds, “The Coca-Cola sign ... there’s a good story behind that one.”
Attention lovers of interior design: For two weeks, beginning Dec. 3, Telfair Museums will be hosting the second year of “Rooms with a View” in the Jepson Center’s Eckburg Atrium, with six modular rooms decorated by local interior designers on display through Dec. 18.
Savannah State University was established in late 1890 and is the oldest public African-American university in Georgia. It’s also the oldest higher education institution in Savannah. That much most people know.