From March 6 through April 14 — that’s six weeks — the atrium of the Jepson Center will be especially groovy. And if you pass by on your lunch break, you may even spot a few folks dancing around at one of the lunchtime discos.
If the word vagina makes you uncomfortable, then you’re not alone. But the mission behind the production is not to make you feel uncomfortable or to “hate on men,” but rather to help raise awareness about violence against women.
While present-day Savannah is all aglow in anticipation of Christmas, it was New Year’s Day that called for the fancy party attire and festive celebrations at the Davenport House in the early 19th century.
Maybe you like the old-school hip hop or something a little more contemporary and popular. Maybe you just like to have fun for a good cause. Either way, you won’t want to miss the annual wRap-Off fundraiser hosted by Greenbriar Children’s Center.
No amount of pre-planning can protect your event from a state emergency, and when Hurricane Matthew hit our coast in early October, events that had been in planning stages for a year or more were canceled or postponed.