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Kim Wade

Kim Wade is a freelance writer and editor for Do Savannah


Service Brewing marks third anniversary with biggest celebration yet

19 Jul 2017

When asked if it’s hard to believe that three years have passed since Service Brewing first opened its doors in downtown Savannah, owners Kevin Ryan and Meredith Sutton both say yes, but for totally different reasons.


Savannah Food Truck Festival returns with more variety, new charity

29 May 2017

According to Ryan Giannoni, president of the Savannah Food Truck Association, there will be more of everything this time around at the Savannah Food Truck Festival No. 3.


Get ready to get soaked at Tybee Island Beach Bum Parade

15 May 2017

It’s a Tybee tradition that marks the “last locals’ weekend.”


Tybee Wine Festival returns with extended schedule, great music

01 May 2017

For the ninth year in a row, the Tybee Post Theater will host the Tybee Wine Festival.


Rare cancer diagnosis ignites fire for Savannah advocate ahead of Komen Race for the Cure

17 Apr 2017

When you hear someone found out they have breast cancer, you may assume they found a lump during a self-exam or the doctor spotted unusual spots during a mammogram.


Got ink? Savannah Tattoo Festival is back with more art and entertainment

03 Apr 2017

John Cann, co-founder and organizer of the Savannah Tattoo Festival, says 2016’s inaugural event was just a teaser of what’s to come this year.


Savannah Music Festival: Daniel Hope leads classical lineup in dual role

20 Mar 2017

Celebrated for his musical versatility as well as his dedication to humanitarian causes, Daniel Hope has been associate artistic director of the Savannah Music Festival since 2004.


Savannah Stopover: Wreckless Eric on punk, politics and pensions

07 Mar 2017

His name is Eric Goulden, but he’s better known around the globe as Wreckless Eric, and he’s returning to Savannah for Stopover on March 10.


Savannah Stopover: Lee Fields & The Expressions share the love with soulful sounds

01 Mar 2017

If you’re in the mood for love, you need to go check out soul sensations Lee Fields & The Expressions during Savannah Stopover at Ships of the Sea Museum.


KCHUNG Radio to engage public at Savannah’s Jepson Center

27 Feb 2017

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.


Bay Street Theatre’s ‘Vagina Monologues’ aims to raise awareness of violence against women

20 Feb 2017

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.


Loop It Up Savannah hosts largest fundraiser with Soup It Up

14 Feb 2017

Molly Lieberman says she believes that “if you are standing in a position where you can help somebody, then, by all means, you should do it.”


Savannah Irish Festival kicks off season with family-friendly event

13 Feb 2017

According to Deana Shores, chair for the Savannah Irish Festival Committee Inc., the weekend-long celebration of Irish heritage began 25 years ago to celebrate “every part of their heritage.”


Shen Yun brings a rare look at majestic history of China

14 Feb 2017

The Shen Yun performers invite you to experience a divine culture with a 2017 tour that is billed as a “gift from heaven.”


Savannah Sings spotlights local youth talent

01 Feb 2017

Savannah Sings, an invitational youth choir festival, returns for the fourth year at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Lucas Theatre.


Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife celebrates unique beauty of Jekyll Island

30 Jan 2017

Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife — not sure how those three words fit together? Take a trip down to picturesque Jekyll Island Feb. 9 to 12 and you’ll discover exactly how these things go together.


Unity 5K on MLK and Music Festival benefits Blessings in a Book Bag

09 Jan 2017

It’s time to come together and start 2017 off right as the Unity 5K on MLK and Music Festival returns to Forsyth Park on Jan. 14 for the fourth year.


Davenport House Museum leads annual Holiday Evening Tours by Candlelight

19 Dec 2016

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.


Savannahians face off in rap battle for Greenbriar Children’s Center

13 Dec 2016

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.


Kick off the holidays with Twelve Bars of Christmas crawl in Savannah

13 Dec 2016

“In my opinion, it’s the most festive event in Savannah; it’s by far the largest.”


St. Simons Food & Spirits Festival hosts ‘blow-out party for the ages’

06 Dec 2016

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.


Savannah Ballet Theatre presents ‘The Nutcracker’

29 Nov 2016

Not only is it a holiday tradition, but it’s the only Savannah-themed production of “The Nutcracker.”