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Japan’s pop-punk band Shonen Knife brings USA Ramen Adventure Tour to Savannah

24 Apr 2017

International pop-punk royalty Shonen Knife is returning to Savannah to not only play, but also find our town’s best Ramen dish.

 

Tiny House, Big Heart fundraiser to benefit homeless veterans

24 Apr 2017

They may be tiny, but they are real houses that will provide shelter for the area’s homeless veterans.

 

Savannah Stage Company to present free encore of ‘The Call of the Wild’

24 Apr 2017

You wouldn’t be human if you were left untouched by the story of Buck, the dog in the classic novel “The Call of the Wild.”

 

Tybee Tales: Celebrate sea turtles with Tybee Turtle Trot

24 Apr 2017

Tybee Island prides itself on the vast number of sea turtles that call the island home during nesting season from May 1 to Aug. 31. 

 

Armstrong celebrates Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day with free workshop

24 Apr 2017

Pinhole photography might be one of the oldest forms of the art, and with increasing technological advances, it could be one of the fastest to die as well.

 

Unplugged: Time to mark your calendars for big spring shows

19 Apr 2017

It’s time to get out your music calendars. Spring is a busy season in Savannah, and there are shows coming up in the next few weeks that some of you do not want to miss.

 

Film Scene: ‘The Graduate’ 50th anniversary and more highlight week in cinema

19 Apr 2017

There are a great many people who eagerly await each week’s issue of Do, and either receive it along with their regular Thursday copy of the Savannah Morning News or grab one from a nearby box or rack each Thursday morning.

 

House of Strut Records uses music, fashion to showcase Savannah talent

17 Apr 2017

Savannah’s Erica Cobb Jarman is aiming to change the statistics of women creating music with her own locally based label, House of Strut Records.

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