Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
On our cover this week features Che Malambo, an Argentine dance and percussion troupe that is just one of many highlights of the Savannah Music Festival, ongoing through April 8. Find plenty of musician interviews, plus daily top picks and week 2 at a glance, here.
The city's theater scene is expanding with the new Savannah Repertory Theatre. Its second production will be "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom" by Tony-nominated playwright Charles Busch, who will also offer a cabaret performance at the fundraising party April 9. The production kicks off April 5 at Club One and runs for two weekends. Get all the details here.
The Jepson Center continues to offer unique art exhibits with the April 1 opening of "Neal Slavin: Groups in America." The photographer, who's produced work for Rolling Stone, Esquire and other major magazines, will showcase a collection of unique group portraits dating from the 1970s. See some of the quirky examples with our story here.
Finally, April is a gorgeous time of year to celebrate the outdoors in Savannah! Enjoy the scenery and learn more about the city's historic preservation work with the Davenport House Museum's Early Bird's Walking Tours, bright and early every Saturday in April. Get all the details here.