In 2014, The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa decided to host a premiere seafood and spirits event to raise money for its nonprofit, the Savannah Harbor Foundation.
It’s the middle of the afternoon on a Thursday, downtown Atlanta. I’m sitting in a fairly new restaurant directly across the street from a dorm at Georgia State University.
Starting Aug. 26, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum will present its first large-scale installation in the North Garden, which will remain on view through the end of the year.
The Savannah Craft Brew Fest is just around the corner on Sept. 3, but local beer geeks know the real action starts the week before with Savannah Craft Beer Week.
Celebrate the National Park Service’s centennial birthday Aug. 25 at Fort Pulaski National Monument, where there will be free admission and fun for the whole family.
It’s a chocolate lover’s dream. The Chocolate Affair — A Sultry Breeze will feature wine, chocolate desserts, live music and a silent auction.
The crack of a bat hitting a baseball — just one of the memorable sounds that Lisa Wilson cannot forget.
Comedian Bengt “The G is silent” Washburn says fame can be fleeting in the stand-up comedy business.
The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, along with the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs, will present the annual Picnic in the Park, a night of fantastic music and free family fun in historic Forsyth Park.
The final week of the 2016 Savannah VOICE Festival featured an array of high-quality events, including the staging of Michael Ching’s short opera “Alice Ryley” in a ballroom at The Westin Savannah Harbor.
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