A love of special effects, monster movies and special-effects makeup shops led Michael Carbonaro to a magical career.
When Wayne Colley started posting his comedy bits online, he discovered he had an adoring audience.
When a 12-year-old tells you to stop watching a screen for entertainment and take in a live performance instead, you listen. You buy a ticket and put down your phone. You watch and listen.
Are you ready to roll with the PAW Patrol?
Armstrong State University’s sixth annual National 2-D Competition Exhibition closes Jan. 20, but there’s still time to check out the incredible selection of art.
Comedy isn’t a job for Kurt Metzger, it’s a calling.
Telfair’s Pulse Art + Technology Festival is taking place a couple of weeks earlier this year, but it’s every bit as packed with digital, electronic and science-based art, music, games, performances and workshops as it’s ever been.
The new year is finally here! And with it are some exciting changes to Art Rise Savannah’s First Friday Art March.
Lee Strong has no intention of ever retiring.
It is one of the most popular ballets in the world, and on Jan. 7, the State Ballet Theatre of Russia will present a magical production of “Swan Lake” at Johnny Mercer Theatre.
Opening Jan. 8 is an art show taking place at a gallery that may have been somewhat unknown up until now, but hopefully won’t be for long.
The Alex Townsend Memorial Foundation, producer of Savannah’s A-Town Get Down Festival, has announced a new date and location for the 2017 event.
If you weren’t at the Savannah City Council meeting a few weeks ago, now’s the chance to show your support for cultural and social services in our fair city.
Russian ballerina Anna Radik estimates she has danced in at least 200 “Nutcracker” ballets.
One of Georgia’s greatest natural and historic treasures is being honored by a new book, “Ossabaw Island: A Sense of Place.”
Imagine that you’re 3 years old and Prince Charming is your uncle.
“What have you left me fit for?” Eliza Doolittle asks Henry Higgins at a pivotal moment in George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion.” “Where am I to go? What am I to do? What’s to become of me?”
Lou Angelwolf is both a standup comedian and a radio broadcaster. “They kind of work together,” he says. “One side kind of promotes the other.”
The annual reading of Truman Capote’s “A Christmas Memory” at the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home is a beloved local holiday tradition.
“I Have Marks to Make” is one of Telfair Museums’ longest running programs.
Esther F. Garrison School of Visual and Performing Arts is pairing more than 40 middle-school kids with several local professional musicians to premiere a powerful holiday opera.
It was in 1733 that Gen. James Oglethorpe laid out the city that would become Savannah.
The Starland District’s beloved First Friday Art March is back for the holiday season Dec. 2.
Atlanta-based comedian Eric Hunter often seems unusually quiet when he’s not on stage.
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