"South by Midwest"
Heather Henley is editor of Do Savannah. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you see photos or videos of the Jan. 21 Women’s March on Washington, keep an eye out for Savannah women.
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.
As Savannah moves on after the hurricane, our calendar for the next few weeks is doubling up with previously scheduled events as well as rescheduled dates for many popular annual happenings.
As you’re well aware, Savannah’s events calendar has been shortened in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
As the Coastal Empire gears up for whatever Hurricane Matthew is sending us, we’re all filling our gas tanks and packing supplies, of course.
This week’s issue is jam-packed with fun musical events throughout the city.
If you’ve been watching WSAV at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday, then you already know newscaster Renee LaSalle has returned to town to co-host a new lifestyle show called “The Bridge,” along with Savannah native Kim Gusby.
August’s main events around town, the Savannah VOICE Fest and AquaCurean, have already passed or will be in the rearview mirror soon.
On opening night of its fourth season, the Savannah VOICE Fest proved you don’t need a big orchestra, elaborate costumes or extensive staging to put on a world-class opera.
Savannah has plenty to offer when it comes to food fests, from humble but delicious bacon dishes to exotic offerings from across the world.
How did you spend your Saturday night?
I may be about to turn 30-something, but in my heart of hearts, I’m closer to 75 or so.
With both Savannah Fashion Week and Savannah’s Fashion Night apparently on indefinite hiatus (organizers, feel free to prove me wrong!), it’s up to other local groups to fill the empty runways.
At Sunday’s Doggie Carnival, keep an eye out for a goofy yellow Lab mix with big, floppy ears wearing a GoPro camera on a harness.
Beyond all the fun in Savannah this weekend, it’s also a perfect time to pack up your gear for Tybee Island.
You could almost say festival season is year-round in Savannah.
It’s almost time to wrap up another great year of the Savannah Music Festival.
Even though we just marked the beginning of spring, the weather has me thinking ahead to summertime.
Now on to the next challenge, which is of course, St. Patrick’s weekend.
After a whirlwind three days running around downtown listening to practically non-stop music from 100+ bands, Do caught up with Savannah Stopover’s crew as they wound down their festival work.
I know many folks who anticipate the start of Savannah Stopover much like others await Christmas morning.
I had the distinct pleasure these last few weeks of working with Bill Dawers’ editing class at Armstrong State University.
Even if you don’t think you’re familiar with Gilbert and Sullivan, you’ll know it when you hear it.
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