Features, art and entertainment reporter
Linda Sickler is the features, art and entertainment reporter for Do Savannah and the Savannah Morning News.
When he was just 14, Grammy-winning soul singer/songwriter William Bell was hired to sing in a club on weekends.
Savannah is being invaded – in the best way possible, that is — by the Lafayette sound.
With the largest urban landmark historic district in the United States, Savannah draws visitors from throughout the United States, as well as foreign countries around the world.
Two of Savannah’s musical powerhouses are joining forces for two memorable concerts.
One of the biggest draws for the 2017 Southern Women’s Show is a man.
Imagine a game that involves tossing a little metal ball and a group of people who are happily chasing it and you’ve pretty much got the idea behind Irish road bowling.
Join firefighters from around the world to have fun while raising money for charity at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Fire Ball.
At 78, Gordon Lightfoot is nowhere near retirement.
A bit of Irish luck has given Savannah the opportunity to see the latest Celtic Woman show on March 14 — just three days before St. Patrick’s Day.
Audience members of all ages will delight in the Savannah Ballet Theatre’s March 10 production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
With the staging of “9 to 5: The Musical,” the Collective Face Theatre Ensemble is doing one of its biggest shows ever.
Chaka Khan has a promise for ticketholders at her March 10 concert in Savannah.
Ricky Phillips, the bass guitarist for the iconic rock group Styx, enjoys playing what’s now called classic rock.
It’s not often Savannah experiences a concert fit for royalty.
It will be like a gathering of old friends. On March 4 at the Lucas Theatre, the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra will present “European Enigma.”
They call him “Slick” Willie Shaw in honor of his mastery of basketball.
A steel magnolia is a Southern belle who is flowery on the outside, but tough as steel on the inside.
It’s not every day that a community theater group gets to do a world premiere production.
There’s nothing else quite like Rockin’ Road to Dublin.
Fans of doo-wop will get their fill Feb. 25 at the Lucas Theatre as three top music groups perform the hits that made them famous in the stage show “Doo Wop with a Twist and a Whole Lotta Soul.”
Fans of bestselling author Christina Baker Kline’s “Orphan Train” are in for a real treat at this year’s Savannah Book Festival.
In “News of the World,” author Paulette Jiles has created characters as endearing as they are unusual.
Author Terry Kay was the keynote speaker at the first Savannah Book Festival, and he’s been a fan ever since. He’ll return to the 2017 festival with his newest book, “The King Who Made Paper Flowers.”
With seven novels to her credit, Tama Janowitz is coming to the Savannah Book Festival in support of her new book, “Scream: A Memoir of Glamour and Dysfunction.”
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