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Molly Hayden

 

Savannah Book Fest: Reza Farazmand draws the absurd with webcomic ‘Poorly Drawn Lines’

14 Feb 2018

Reza Farazmand lives inside the internet. There he creates social commentary with satirical and fictional webcomics that make more sense than real life these days.

 

Artists & Artisans Tour highlights Savannah talent

05 Feb 2018

On the evening of Feb. 8, several Historic District homes will open their doors for a ticketed tour exploring local art and artists, as well as food and beverage pairings by local culinary masters.

 

Savannah’s Davenport House Museum serves up history of Madeira

30 Jan 2018

While the traditions of revelry have been held close to the chest of local ancestors, the Davenport House opens the vault of yesteryear with a program on Madeira.

 

Hospice Savannah’s annual free lecture shares importance of end-of-life conversations

24 Jan 2018

Sometimes it only takes a brief moment to step back and examine your own practices. For physician Angelo Volandes, that moment came in 2009 while caring for his elderly father.

 

‘Rudolph’ musical brings classic characters and an important lesson to Savannah

12 Dec 2017

Everyone’s favorite outcast is coming to Savannah for one night only this holiday season, and bringing an important lesson with him.

 
 

Find some holiday cheer with carols and beer in Savannah

12 Dec 2017

There’s only one thing that can make Christmas carols and carolers sound even better: beer, and lots of it.

 

Jekyll Island merges canceled festival, tree lighting into ‘Merry Shrimpmas’

18 Nov 2017

Hurricane Irma may have forced Jekyll Island to cancel its premiere event, but it hasn’t stopped the community spirit.

 

New group reminds Savannah to play with scavenger hunt, outdoor fun

14 Nov 2017

For all those teetering on either side of the big 4-0, our generation has a new name: Xennials. We’re now part of a micro-generation sandwiched between the pre-internet leave-the-house-without-being-found Gen Xers, and the overanalyzed, digitally advanced, carpal-tunnel-at-age-12 millennial.

 

Savannah’s Midnight Garden Ride promotes bike safety with fun family event

16 Oct 2017

When it comes to biking, Savannah is near perfect. It’s mostly flat, mainly on a grid, and the weather cooperates like 60 percent of the time. It would be perfect, really, if it wasn’t for cars, narrow roads, less than ideal infrastructure and lack of education. Really, that’s it.

 

Savannah Quill Author Convention features Potterfest, Paranormal Mini-Con

03 Oct 2017

When bringing literary minds together in an ambitious creative quest, sometimes it takes two tries. Last year, when Hurricane Matthew canceled the first Savannah Quill Author Convention, Adam Messer, founder of the organization, picked up the pieces to create an even bigger event this year.

 

Savannah Greek Festival welcomes community to its 67th year

03 Oct 2017

What started out as a simple backyard barbecue in the ’50s has grown into an annual Savannah tradition hosting hundreds of families.

 

American Traditions Vocal Competition Soiree highlights Savannah singers

26 Sep 2017

The American Traditions Vocal Competition is celebrating its 25th year by honoring former contestants with a night of performances Sept. 28 at First Presbyterian Church.

 

Annual Pin Point Seafood Festival shares history, flavor of community

12 Sep 2017

For the fifth year in a row, the rich history of Pin Point comes alive during the annual Pin Point Seafood Festival on Sept. 16. 

 

The swine is fine at annual Savannah Bacon Fest

28 Aug 2017

I needn’t write little more than the word “bacon” and y’all will come running to this fest, right? Of course, it’s bacon. 

 

Savannah Riverkeeper paddles for clean water

23 Aug 2017

Savannah Riverkeeper is teaming up with Sweetwater Brewing Company for a leisurely family-friendly paddle at Lazaretto Creek to celebrate the end of the Save our Water campaign.

 

Savannah children to show off talent at Urban Hope’s Garden and Art Show

26 Jul 2017

It’s been well over a decade since Urban Hope began its summer camp program, fostering Savannah’s children with activities that support both growth and education. The addition of a gardening and art program last year proved fruitful.

 

Nine Line Foundation runs for worthy cause

15 May 2017

Sgt. Eric Morante doesn’t regret a thing. In fact, given the chance, he’d do it all over again.

 

Oatland Island creates magic with Fairy & Gnome Festival

01 May 2017

Think about how much happier you’d be if you were donning butterfly wings and prancing through a mighty forest right now. 

 

Savannah Earth Day Festival focuses on keeping planet safe, clean for future generations

10 Apr 2017

The spirit of environmental consciousness will plank Forsyth Park’s 30 acres during the annual Savannah Earth Day Festival on April 15, a week ahead of the national holiday celebrated April 22.

 

Earth Day March for Science highlights community’s hard work and determination

10 Apr 2017

Say it with me: “I believe in science.” It’s true. It’s quotable. Science is real and Savannah’s movers and shakers will march in its name April 22 in conjunction with Earth Day.

 

William Florian brings a folk revival to Tybee

28 Mar 2017

Singer/songwriter William Florian is the perfect combination of musician and storyteller, blending a reminiscent sound with humor and tales of his own musical explorations.

 

Savannah Tree Foundation’s Soul Chat takes on city’s urban landscape

14 Mar 2017

How about we look for other ways to “go green” this weekend? Savannah Tree Foundation has you covered.

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