The Savannah College of Art and Design has announced that more than 90 films will be screened for the 2014 Savannah Film Festival, set for Oct. 25 through Nov. 1.
It would not be hard to argue that the closing act on the second night of this year’s Savannah Stopover back in March was a favorite for a lot of people.
The Picnic in the Park has been one of Savannah’s favorite events since its inception in the 1980s.
Savannah isn’t only known for its picturesque Historic District or dangling Spanish moss — this city is also known for its Wiener Dog Races.
Savannah’s burgeoning T-shirt company 13 Bricks Clothing has catapulted from its urban art roots to Hollywood status in just a matter of weeks.
Kevin James started his comedy career in stand-up and has never let go.
While the awareness the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has generated is wonderful, support and awareness is needed at the local level, too.
I find it amusing that for all the attention The Florence has gotten since its doors opened in June, we have yet to see the name of the guy that, you know, actually makes the food.
When Candy and John Bogardus organized their first Buddy Walk nine years ago, 992 people signed up to walk. Last year, about 4,267 people signed up.
Joe Buck is more than some “redneck” playing hardline rock ‘n’ roll with a blazing guitar and bass drum.
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