Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.Our cover story this week is all about Savannah Stopover, which is from March 9-11. This festival is so massive, with 80+ bands in 10 venues over three days, that we have to split our coverage over two weeks! So be sure to keep an eye out for band interviews in next week's issue as well. Read about headliners Lee Fields & The Expressions, Ezra Furman and more, plus all our local bands here. Again looking ahead to March 9, get your tickets now so you don't miss those Harlem Globetrotters in action in Savannah! We talked to "Slick" Willie Shaw, who says, "Just to see the smile on their faces is great. I love to see people smile." Read our full interview here. Do you have a strong Southern lady in your life? You'll both want to check out Asbury Memorial Theatre's latest production, "Steel Magnolias," which runs for two weekends, March 3-5 and March 10-12. Read more about this "laughing through the tears" play here. Your family can enjoy a fun day in Forsyth Park for a great cause on March 4 as Savannah Battle Ball hosts "The Battle for the Balls" tournament to benefit American Cancer Society and raise awareness of testicular cancer. The tourney itself is for ages 18 and older, but there will also be games and fun for the kids, as well as food trucks and local beer trucks for the adults. Get details on the event and the March 3 opening ceremony at Southbound Brewing here. And finally, classic rockers Styx will bring all their hits to the Savannah Civic Center on March 3. Bassist Ricky Phillips says of their fans: "It's insane how many people over the years continue to bring their friends and their kids." Read our full interview here. Look for Heather's weekend preview on "The Bridge" from 11 a.m.-noon every Wednesday on WSAV-TV or catch the live stream.