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Eat It and Like It: Fork & Dagger brings neighborhood sandwich shop to downtown Savannah

11 Apr 2017

Fork & Dagger is a sandwich shop almost 20 years in the making. That’s a long time to wait for a well-made pressed Cuban sandwich. Nonetheless, here we are.

 

Savannah woman creates vodka with the soul of the ’70s

03 Apr 2017

A new infused liquor offering is hitting Savannah to tickle our taste buds with the flavor of the ‘70s.

 

St. Paul & The Broken Bones coming to Savannah's Lucas Theatre

30 Jan 2017

St. Paul and The Broken Bones, a six-piece soul band based in Birmingham, Ala., will perform at Savannah's Lucas Theatre this spring. 

 

Early Bird’s Walking Tours showcase Davenport House, Savannah preservation

28 Mar 2017

When guests travel to Savannah, they don’t always see the hard work and dedication that goes into not only the maintenance of our historic buildings, but also the preservation efforts in restoring them to historically accurate settings.

 

Review: Love triangle undoes historical epic 'The Promise'

21 Apr 2017

The Armenian Genocide is a curiously unexplored moment in our modern history, cinematically speaking. That fact alone makes director and co-writer Terry George's "The Promise" intriguing enough. 

 

Review: An uneasy mishmash, 'Unforgettable' is forgettable

21 Apr 2017

True story: Right after the final line of "Unforgettable" was uttered, I felt a sudden stinging on the side of my face. Someone in a nearby row at the multiplex had thrown a roasted peanut toward the screen, in what I can only assume was frustration or scorn, and it landed on me.

 

Review: When the bullets fly, 'Free Fire' comes to a crawl

21 Apr 2017

The shootout, often a ballet, is a battle royale in Ben Wheatley's "Free Fire."

 

Savannah community radio station WRUU to air live coverage of Washington, D.C. March for Science

20 Apr 2017

WRUU, Savannah’s community radio station, will offer live coverage of the March for Science on April 22 in Washington, D.C. 

 
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