Those of you who could not view esteemed British filmmaker Nicolas Roeg’s arthouse classic “The Man Who Fell to Earth” last week missed a truly impressive and resoundingly potent motion picture experience.
There’s an undeniable power in visualizing faraway places and lifestyles that are different from your own.
The Ogeechee Riverkeeper’s first oyster roast in Richmond Hill will offer food, music and a peek into Georgia’s oyster industry.
When a 12-year-old tells you to stop watching a screen for entertainment and take in a live performance instead, you listen. You buy a ticket and put down your phone. You watch and listen.
Trinity United Methodist Church has solidified itself as a premier music venue in Savannah after opening its sanctuary several years ago to regular concerts and events.
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The chili recipes are getting a workout, as are those stews. A lot of people, meanwhile, like to hide behind a bowl of good soup.
When Wayne Colley started posting his comedy bits online, he discovered he had an adoring audience.
Chaka Khan is headed to the Johnny Mercer Theatre.
Baroness, a progressive metal band born in Savannah, has earned a 2017 Grammy nomination, an unexpected achievement in their evolving music career.
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