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New Jersey artist opens gallery at The Butcher

19 Jul 2017

Anthony “weird*eye*one” DeBenedictis is a jack of many trades. He’s a painter, muralist, designer, illustrator and a part-time street artist.


Celebrity and guest chefs announced for Gourmet Seafood and Spirits Festival

18 Jul 2017

The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa is proud to announce the Celebrity Chef Line-Up for the 2017 Gourmet Seafood & Spirits Festival Coastal Chef’s Table pairing dinner featuring “Southern Coastal Cuisine” and new flavors on August 17th.


Savannah Stage Company to present ‘Working: A Musical’

12 Jul 2017

Just about every job out there is covered by a song in “Working: A Musical,” which is being presented by Savannah Stage Company July 14 to 29 at Starlandia.


‘Animal Instinct’ offers variety at Telfair

10 Jul 2017

Telfair has a new, smallish show going up in its second floor hallway at the Jepson Center titled “Animal Instinct,” which is drawn from the permanent collection and organized by assistant curator Erin Dunn.


Compassion Christian Church offers dinner theater

10 Jul 2017

Wayne Sullivan, drama ministry pastor for Compassion Christian Church, admires the teamwork his troupe employs in their drama program.


Comedian Ron White returning to Savannah Civic Center

10 Jul 2017

Ron “Tater Salad” White, best known as the cigar-smoking, Scotch-drinking funnyman from the “Blue Collar Comedy” phenomenon, makes his return to Savannah this winter.


Unplugged: Savannah Shakes’ ‘The Tempest’ takes on spirit of David Bowie

04 Jul 2017

Last Sunday, a strong thunderstorm roared through downtown Savannah during the final act of Savannah Shakes’ production of “The Tempest” at Bay Street Theatre at Club One.


‘Heavy Hitters of Comedy’ to feature popular comedians onstage in Savannah

04 Jul 2017

Carl Anthony Payne II is best known for his role as Cole Brown on the hit television series “Martin.”


Savannah Comedy Revue offers doubleheader

03 Jul 2017

Comedian John Rathbone, who just celebrated his 36th year in comedy, will be in Savannah on July 8 as the headliner of the Savannah Comedy Revue.


Telfair Academy features rediscovered works of Hattie Saussy

27 Jun 2017

Painter Hattie Saussy might not be immediately familiar to most art lovers.


Savannah Shakes presents ‘The Tempest’ with 1970s flair

27 Jun 2017

Leave it to Savannah Shakes to present “The Tempest” in a way never seen before.


Emmy-winning comedian Leslie Jordan brings one-man show to Club One

13 Jun 2017

News that comedian, actor and playwright Leslie Jordan is touring with a new one-man show is a cause for celebration.


‘Pieced Together’ one of Sulfur Studios’ biggest shows to date

12 Jun 2017

Sulfur Studios has had a fantastic run of great exhibitions in its short lifetime, and the upcoming collage and assemblage show, “Pieced Together,” opening June 16 should be no exception.


Angela Beasley displays passion for puppetry in Savannah exhibit

05 Jun 2017

Who doesn’t love puppets? Only the grouchiest of grouches can deny the plushy appeal of puppetry and the excitement of seeing outlandish creatures and characters brought to life by their makers and manipulators.


Savannah’s Jepson Center celebrates freedom at annual Juneteenth events

31 May 2017

Juneteenth is the celebration of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans across the Confederate South.


Iraqi-Canadian family of artists aims to start conversation in Jepson’s ‘Generation’

22 May 2017

Art is one of the most versatile tools humans have to communicate with each other. In its purest sense, it can of course be a source of creative expression, but it can also be utilized to educate, to expand consciousness and to bridge boundaries.


Check out photos from SCAD Runway Show

22 May 2017

The Savannah College of Art and Design Runway Show, part of SCAD FASHWKND, was May 19 at SCAD Museum of Art. 


Savannah authors tout new books at Seersucker Live’s Freefall Episode

16 May 2017

The Freefall Episode of Seersucker Live will be one of the local literary group’s more unique shows.