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Indie rocker Eef Barzelay returns to Savannah for intimate performance

29 May 2017

Throughout a storied, nigh three-decade career, Eef Barzelay has marched to his own beat, pushing aside industry tropes to forge an unorthodox path built on a bedrock of solid songwriting.

 

Memorial jazz concert honors Savannah music icon Ben Tucker

29 May 2017

Every year on June 4, a jazz concert is held in memory of the iconic jazz musician Ben Tucker.

 

SCAD to honor new graduates with jazz concert, exhibitions, film screening

29 May 2017

Savannah College of Art and Design is going to celebrate its new alumni in style June 2 with a jazz concert and more free fun for the community.

 

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.

 

Do Savannah's top picks: Time to dance with Street Clothes on 'The Bridge'

24 May 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. 

 

Review: Fifth ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ flick forced to fight bloat

24 May 2017

The opening scene of the new “Pirates of the Caribbean” is a fitting metaphor for where we stand in this long franchise: A creaky old galleon is unceremoniously yanked up from the ocean depths and the only things aboard are cranky old ghosts.

 
 

Review: Even The Rock’s biceps can’t lift up ‘Baywatch’

24 May 2017

Of this, dear moviegoer, rest assured: Dwayne Johnson’s biceps still ripple and glisten in the sunlight. So do his triceps, pecs, abs, delts, quads, lats and the other 600 or so muscles of the human body.

 

Review: Pitt goes all out in flawed satire ‘War Machine’

24 May 2017

Here’s a general rule of thumb: If you’re going to rely heavily on voiceover to tell your movie’s story, and exclusively so in the first 15 minutes with an assault of colorful character introductions, you’d do well to make sure the narrator is a compelling one.

 

Film Scene: Week’s screenings include favorite classics, modern surprises

24 May 2017

This week’s batch of what we here at Film Scene call “alternative cinema” fare includes two movies that will sound quite familiar to anyone out there who read last week’s column, for two distinctly different reasons.

 

Blake Rainey brings variety of influences to three-night stand in Savannah

23 May 2017

Atlanta’s Blake Rainey is returning to Savannah for three shows the first week of June, and bringing with him a new set of tunes as well as his full band.

 

Eat It and Like It: The Deck on Tybee Island is a new spot in an old location

23 May 2017

Come September, when someone asks Steve Hamille what he did over the summer, he will very likely have no choice but to laugh. 

 

Crawl of the South to wind through downtown Savannah bars

23 May 2017

The Crawl of the South offers one of the best ways to see downtown Savannah.

 

Iraqi-Canadian family of artists aims to start conversation in Jepson’s ‘Generation’

22 May 2017

Art is one of the most versatile tools humans have to communicate with each other. In its purest sense, it can of course be a source of creative expression, but it can also be utilized to educate, to expand consciousness and to bridge boundaries.

 

Savannah’s Street Clothes offers up second album, ‘Superautomatica’

22 May 2017

With Savannah band Street Clothes’ second studio album, vocalist Andrew Sutphen “wanted to make music that would make people dance.”

 

Ying Yang Twins bring rare tour to Savannah’s Elan

22 May 2017

Savannah is on the short list of a rare tour from Southern hip-hop giants Ying Yang Twins, as the Atlanta group has re-emerged in the music world after several dormant years.

 

Review: Bryan Cranston shines in moody, escapist 'Wakefield'

19 May 2017

Have you ever fantasized about one day walking away from your well-ordered life? Just ditching work and the humdrum routine of life? You have? Then, before you go, you need to see the curiously brilliant film "Wakefield."

 

Film Scene: Anniversary screenings, Audrey Hepburn on the island and more

17 May 2017

Those of you whose schedules may not have allowed you to catch the recent one-day-only big-screen revival of visionary French filmmaker Luc Besson’s over-the-top sci-fi-comedy mashup “The Fifth Element” are in luck.

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