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DO Savannah's top 10 list: A modern Lowcountry hoedown

18 Sep 2014

It’s another busy weekend in Savannah and DO is back with our top picks. Our goal is to help you sort through the long list of happenings to make the most of your time!


Revival Fest celebrates best of music, food, art — and don't forget bourbon

17 Sep 2014

Revival Fest is back. But if you went to the inaugural Southern music festival last year, then you need to know one important new rule: no coolers.


Annual Savannah Jazz Festival to feature more than 20 acts for free

17 Sep 2014

You won’t find many high-end music events that offer free admission, but the Savannah Jazz Festival is one of those rare exceptions.


The Guild Hall celebrates grand opening over three days

17 Sep 2014

Guild Con commemorates The Guild Hall’s official grand opening from Sept. 19-21.


Three bands add Savannah sound to Revival Fest

17 Sep 2014

Joining the 14-band lineup for the second annual Revival Festival are three local groups that will each bring something unique to the “modern Lowcountry hoedown.”


Theremin summit features Savannah musicians at Ships of the Sea

17 Sep 2014

Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum is hosting a special concert that will spotlight local thereminists for the first time in almost five years.


Hair show organizers aim to help women go natural

17 Sep 2014

Alia Freeman finally did it. She felt scared and procrastinated, yes. But after seeing the result of her best friend’s hair, Freeman took what she describes as a journey.


Eat It and Like It: Fill up fall calendar with foodie fun

17 Sep 2014

If you are familiar with the calendar around these parts, then you know September typically marks the start of festival season.


Unplugged: Versatile cast propels Collective Face musical ‘Grey Gardens’

17 Sep 2014

The Collective Face Theatre Ensemble has kicked off its new season in grand style with “Grey Gardens,” the company’s first musical.


Piano series opens at Armstrong State University

17 Sep 2014

Talk about romantic. The Piano in the Arts concert series at Armstrong returns with a program that imagines songs as a series of love letters.