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Adriana Iris Boatwright

"Homegrown Savannah"

Adriana Iris Boatwright is a photographer and lifestyle blogger residing in Savannah. She’s in love with the oaks, the arts and the people in the city. Go to


Savannah’s Lyn Avenue debuts latest EP at Tybee Post show

06 Feb 2018

Just like bourbon needs some time to age for its full flavors to develop, Savannah’s Lyn Avenue has matured over the years into a boot-stomping, electrifying country/Americana act.


Savannah’s Bay Street Theatre takes on challenging musical ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

10 Jan 2018

Club One’s Bay Street Theatre will bring to life a work of art that was far ahead of its time — and often misunderstood — for three weekends in January as they stage “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”


End 2017 with a sparkle: Do Savannah’s New Year’s Eve look book

27 Dec 2017

Whether you’re dining and dancing downtown, hitting the Congress Street clubs or making other plans, Do will have you looking good for New Year’s Eve with a variety of styles from Savannah boutiques.


Shop local with Do Savannah’s 2017 gift guide

19 Dec 2017

There’s still time to buy Christmas gifts for all ages and personalities, and the best part is you don’t even have to leave Savannah to get them. Check out Do Savannah’s top picks to help you shop local this season.


Savannah Waterfront Association hosts fourth annual Hopped Up on Brews

31 Oct 2017

“A long time ago, way back in history, when all they had to drink was nothin’ but cups of tea, along came a man by the name of Charlie Mopps, and he invented a wonderful drink, and he made it out of hops” — or so says an old Irish drinking song called “Beer, Beer, Beer.”


Isle of Hope Art & Music Fest back with biggest event yet

18 Oct 2017

Nestled in the southeast corner of Savannah, Isle of Hope is a place that remains undiscovered by many residents, which is why the Isle of Hope Historical Association celebrates each year with its Arts & Music Fest, set for Oct. 21.


2017 Savannah Revival Fest in photos

05 Oct 2017

Revival Fest brought 11 bands and a variety of Southern food, libations and arts and crafts to the Georgia State Railroad Museum on Sept. 30. 


Fiesta Latina back for 12th year on River Street

26 Sep 2017

Fiesta Latina celebrates its 12th anniversary Sept. 30 at River Street’s Rousakis Plaza.


CANCELED: Savannah celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with two big events

12 Sep 2017

Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time when Latin American and Hispanic culture is recognized and celebrated for its contributions.


Kylesa guitarist shifts direction with new project

23 Aug 2017

On a balmy summer afternoon, I sat with Laura Pleasants, formerly of Kylesa, and the members her new project, The Discussion, to talk about their latest musical endeavor and their upcoming show before they embark on a European tour.


More competitors vie for Mr. Savannah title in second annual pageant

20 Jun 2017

Pageants constitute a big part of the American culture. For decades, we have watched mostly women parade in gowns and bathing suits in the hopes to be a queen of some sorts.


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.”


Rock ‘n’ Roll Prom gets sequential for fourth year at The Jinx

15 May 2017

The words “prom night” evoke an array of emotions, even a bit of nostalgia. That could be the reason Savannah’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Prom is one of the most popular annual parties at The Jinx.


Armstrong celebrates Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day with free workshop

24 Apr 2017

Pinhole photography might be one of the oldest forms of the art, and with increasing technological advances, it could be one of the fastest to die as well.


House of Strut Records uses music, fashion to showcase Savannah talent

17 Apr 2017

Savannah’s Erica Cobb Jarman is aiming to change the statistics of women creating music with her own locally based label, House of Strut Records.


Catch a free performance of SCAD student-produced sketch comedy

10 Apr 2017

Live from Savannah College of Art and Design … it’s “SCADurday Night Live.”


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.


New Savannah Repertory Theatre troupe offers ‘Vampire Lesbians of Sodom’

28 Mar 2017

Thespians, it is time to rejoice. Savannah Repertory Theatre, a new collective of theater professionals, is making its home in Savannah.


Savannah Stopover: AJ Davila brings ‘dirty pop’ to The Jinx

07 Mar 2017

AJ Davila was born and raised in Puerto Rico, like me, so our interview was conducted completely in Spanish and in a very Puerto Rican way. 


Savannah Stopover: Kishi Bashi battle-tested, ready to rock

07 Mar 2017

Kishi Bashi is one of those musical geniuses who can fly by your radar like a comet. If you have never seen him live, you may turn to the person next to you and say: “Whoa! Who’s that?!”


The Art of Dr. Seuss comes to Savannah

06 Mar 2017

The work of the incredibly creative Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, will be displayed at Oglethorpe Gallery from March 15-20.


Savannah boutiques get you ready for New Year’s Eve

26 Dec 2016

Whether your look for New Year’s Eve is rocker chic, vintage, urban or posh, Savannah stores offer it all. You can find a style all your own at House of Strut, Mamie Ruth and many more local shops.


Find last-minute local gifts right here in Savannah

20 Dec 2016

If you’re looking for last-minute gift options, look no further than your own backyard. We’ve curated a selection of options, all sourced from local/regional artisans and specialty shops in Savannah.


Savannah’s SantaCon pub crawl returns

14 Dec 2016

Maybe it’s because as children, we worked so hard to be on the nice list, but Savannah’s SantaCon happens to be the most popular of all the events hosted by Savannah Pub Crawlers.