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Savannah’s Erica Cobb Jarman is aiming to change the statistics of women creating music with her own locally based label, House of Strut Records.
Live from Savannah College of Art and Design … it’s “SCADurday Night Live.”
A new infused liquor offering is hitting Savannah to tickle our taste buds with the flavor of the ‘70s.
Thespians, it is time to rejoice. Savannah Repertory Theatre, a new collective of theater professionals, is making its home in Savannah.
AJ Davila was born and raised in Puerto Rico, like me, so our interview was conducted completely in Spanish and in a very Puerto Rican way.
Kishi Bashi is one of those musical geniuses who can fly by your radar like a comet. If you have never seen him live, you may turn to the person next to you and say: “Whoa! Who’s that?!”
The work of the incredibly creative Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, will be displayed at Oglethorpe Gallery from March 15-20.
Whether your look for New Year’s Eve is rocker chic, vintage, urban or posh, Savannah stores offer it all. You can find a style all your own at House of Strut, Mamie Ruth and many more local shops.
If you’re looking for last-minute gift options, look no further than your own backyard. We’ve curated a selection of options, all sourced from local/regional artisans and specialty shops in Savannah.
Maybe it’s because as children, we worked so hard to be on the nice list, but Savannah’s SantaCon happens to be the most popular of all the events hosted by Savannah Pub Crawlers.
Some of the most challenging and interactive games sweeping the nation are escape rooms.
Moms everywhere are making it happen.Women are rocking the small business arena, all while rocking their babies to sleep.
A.M. Rodriguez is one of the most unique singer-songwriters living in Savannah today.
Start the holiday season Savannah-style with the the Gobble Wobble Bar Crawl on Nov. 19.
Attention, cowboys and cowgirls of all ages: the rodeo is coming back to town.
Everyone remembers their first time — their first time attending a production of “The Rocky Horror Show,” that is.
The history of the textile industry throughout the South, and especially in Georgia, is quite complex, having endured through the Civil War and WWI to the now computerized and robotic textile mills.
Update: The weekend festivities on River Street have been rescheduled to Oct. 28-30 due to Hurricane Matthew.
Classes are already back in session for most Chatham County high schoolers, but there is good news: Coastal Rock Productions is bringing an all-ages surf rock summer party to The Sentient Bean.
While we were all waiting for that one summer song to become the anthem of the season, in its place we got a new app, Pokémon Go.
Latin music lovers, it’s time to put on your dancing shoes.
The Savannah Sweet Tease are at it again and this time, they are bringing us the first Mr. Savannah Pageant.
It is not all country and folk music in Savannah. Sulfur Studios and Coastal Rock Productions are bringing a lineup of four bands on June 25 — all in the realm of the hardcore genre.
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