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Top picks: Silent cinema on Tybee, Train Wrecks music and more with Do Savannah on The Bridge

 

Top picks: Silent cinema on Tybee, Train Wrecks music and more with Do Savannah on The Bridge

14 Jun 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.

Our cover story this week features the return of Silent Cinema Concerts at Tybee Post Theater. You'll have two chances to catch Buster Keaton's "The General" on June 17, along with two comedic shorts from the era. Best of all, you'll be recreating the 1920s movie-going experience with a live score from a Savannah Philharmonic chamber and pianist Rodney Sauer. Read more about the show here

Sulfur Studios in the Starland District takes on its most ambitious juried show to date with "Pieced Together," featuring 44 works from more than two dozen artists around the globe. The exhibit is on display through July 1, but don't miss the free opening reception June 16. Read more and see some of the collage works featured in the show here

Savannah's annual Juneteenth Festival returns at 11 a.m. July 17 in 38th Street Park. This celebration of emancipation will feature rap and gospel music, cultural dancers, community leader awards, food and fun for all ages. Get the full details, plus info on events at Pin Point Museum and Tybee Island, here

Finally, the city's hardest-gigging band continues making music with their fourth studio album. Alt-country/Americana group The Train Wrecks will celebrate the new album, "Once Again," as well as the 10th anniversary of their first album, "Whiskey and War," with a three-part concert June 16 at The Jinx. Read more about the band's history in our story here

Look for Heather's weekend preview on "The Bridge" from 11 a.m.-noon every Wednesday on WSAV-TV or catch the live stream.

Check out the full event listings on Do's Big Calendar.

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