Features, art and entertainment reporter
Linda Sickler is the features, art and entertainment reporter for Do Savannah and the Savannah Morning News.
The Ogeechee Riverkeeper’s first oyster roast in Richmond Hill will offer food, music and a peek into Georgia’s oyster industry.
A love of special effects, monster movies and special-effects makeup shops led Michael Carbonaro to a magical career.
When Wayne Colley started posting his comedy bits online, he discovered he had an adoring audience.
Are you ready to roll with the PAW Patrol?
The members of Savannah Baroque will delight listeners with two concerts on Jan. 13 at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
His name isn’t Herman and he’s certainly not Henry the VII.
Comedy isn’t a job for Kurt Metzger, it’s a calling.
For a fictional town, Lake Wobegon seems very real.
Lee Strong has no intention of ever retiring.
It is one of the most popular ballets in the world, and on Jan. 7, the State Ballet Theatre of Russia will present a magical production of “Swan Lake” at Johnny Mercer Theatre.
Now really, how cold can it be?
It’s been going on for years now and there is no end in sight — the 41st annual New Year’s Bluegrass Festival is returning to Jekyll Island.
Russian ballerina Anna Radik estimates she has danced in at least 200 “Nutcracker” ballets.
Every year on Christmas Day, the Coastal Jazz Association opens up to get down at the annual Christmas Jazz Concert & Jam Session.
One of Georgia’s greatest natural and historic treasures is being honored by a new book, “Ossabaw Island: A Sense of Place.”
Imagine that you’re 3 years old and Prince Charming is your uncle.
Tickets for the Saturday night Lucas Christmas Cabaret are already gone. After just four years, the annual event is so popular, tickets go quickly.
Christmas is Michael Maliakel’s favorite time of the year. The gold medal winner of the 2016 American Traditions Vocal Competition will sing at the annual Savannah Philharmonic Holiday Pops concert Dec. 17.
Lou Angelwolf is both a standup comedian and a radio broadcaster. “They kind of work together,” he says. “One side kind of promotes the other.”
The annual reading of Truman Capote’s “A Christmas Memory” at the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home is a beloved local holiday tradition.
“An I Cantori Christmas,” set for Dec. 9 and 10, will feature songs both old and new.
Singer/songwriter Joni Bishop may be based in Nashville, but she does love Savannah, especially at Christmas.
It was in 1733 that Gen. James Oglethorpe laid out the city that would become Savannah.
Atlanta-based comedian Eric Hunter often seems unusually quiet when he’s not on stage.
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