Do Savannnah

Christopher Berinato


Savannah Book Fest: Michael Tolkin creates post-apocalyptic Hollywood in ‘NK3’

14 Feb 2018

Michael Tolkin is the award-winning author of “The Player,” which he adapted into the 1992 film directed by Robert Altman and starring Tim Robbins. He is also a producer, writer and director on the Showtime television series “Ray Donovan.”


Savannah Book Fest: Douglas Preston’s perilous search for a lost city

14 Feb 2018

Author Douglas Preston does quite a bit of adventuring when he is not writing the bestselling FBI agent Pendergast novels with Lincoln Child, or critically acclaimed non-fiction books like “The Monster of Florence.”


Traditions preserved at annual Savannah Irish Festival

13 Feb 2018

St. Patrick’s Day may be around the corner, but it is never too early to celebrate Irish culture and heritage — this time, with less boozy shenanigans than the annual city-wide celebration typically brings.


Savannah Book Fest: Constitutional rock star Floyd Abrams makes a case for the First Amendment

08 Feb 2018

Floyd Abrams refers to the First Amendment as “the rock star of the American Constitution,” and he should know better than anyone its significance to the American legal system.


Celebrate Georgia history on free Super Museum Sunday

06 Feb 2018

The Georgia History Festival culminates this month — February being the founding month of the Georgia Colony — with the incredibly popular Super Museum Sunday.


‘Mamma Mia!’ grooves into Savannah Theatre

06 Feb 2018

There is probably a 90 percent chance that if you are reading this, you own a copy of “ABBA GOLD.”


Jane Ogle and Southern Holiday Jazz Band bring Billie Holiday to Tybee

30 Jan 2018

Tybee Post Theater continues its popular Jazz Legends Series with a tribute to Lady Day.


Misty Rowe brings ‘Always…Patsy Cline’ to Savannah Theatre

24 Jan 2018

Imagine if you got to meet your music idol and in one magical evening, become lifelong friends with them.


Front Porch Improv hosts Savannah Comedy Fest 2018

16 Jan 2018

Are you ready to laugh? Front Porch Improv is hosting Savannah Comedy Fest 2018, a three-day showcase of riotously funny comedy and improve troupes.


Tom Petty tribute with The Train Wrecks and friends benefits coastal conservation

10 Jan 2018

When Tom Petty passed away in October, we lost one of rock’s great songwriters and performers. Although he is gone, there is still a chance to hear his music live — and loud.


Music with a Mission in Savannah: Trumpet concert to benefit Coastal Jail Ministries

03 Jan 2018

There is never a lack of great music to hear in Savannah, but it’s particularly worthwhile when the show is not only free, but also provides a charitable service to the community.


Polar brrrr: 2018 Tybee Polar Plunge benefits Post Theater

27 Dec 2017

The legendary Phoenix may purge itself in fire to begin anew, but there is no need to be so dramatic. A brisk dip in the Atlantic Ocean works just as well to start the New Year right.


SantaCon Savannah pub crawl returns with the spirit of giving

12 Dec 2017

With Christmas Eve — and the world’s most grueling overnight delivery — just around the corner, Santa Claus might be ready for a drink.


St. Vincent’s annual Tour of Homes & Tea helps with upkeep of 1845 convent

18 Oct 2017

The young women of St. Vincent’s Academy are hosting a fundraiser, and all you have to do to help is visit some of the most beautiful homes in Savannah and then, perhaps, enjoy an Earl Grey and a cucumber sandwich afterward. Not a bad way to spend the afternoon.


Great Escape 5K canceled

06 Dec 2016

Update: Organizers have canceled the race, set for Dec. 10. Refunds will be issued to those who already signed up.


Belly up for a blast at Savannah Food Day Festival

26 Oct 2016

Lock up your microwave and toss out your Pop-Tarts, because the sixth annual Savannah Food Day Festival is returning to Daffin Park on Oct. 29.


Decorative art from the ‘Tsars’ Cabinet’ on display at Jepson Center

28 Sep 2016

How often do you use your fine China? The Jepson Center’s new exhibition may inspire you to make use of your own fancy dinnerware again.


Armstrong hosts exhibition and silent auction of art from and inspired by Argentina and Bolivia

21 Sep 2016

“The emphasis is on transnational exchange,” says Rachel Green, professor of art at Armstrong and curator of the exhibition. “But, maybe a simpler term for that is communities meeting other communities and sharing through the visual arts.”


Art Rise brings Georgia FENCE to Savannah

15 Sep 2016

Art Rise Savannah, the producers of the ever-popular and essential First Friday Art March, is hoping to change the way we look at developing spaces.


Tibetan monks return for sand mandala tradition at Jepson Center

08 Sep 2016

The Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery are returning to Savannah for a week-long residency, during which they will create a breathtaking sand mandala painting in the atrium of the Jepson Center.


Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs offers visual arts workshops, classes for all ages

30 Aug 2016

Registration is still open for art classes and workshops offered by Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs, so it’s not too late to get elbow-deep in some fabric or clay.