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American Traditions Vocal Competition's 2018 finalists compete for Gold Medal

23 Feb 2018

On Feb. 22 at Skidaway Island United Methodist Church, the American Traditions Vocal Competition announced the top five artists selected by the judges to advance to the final round of the competition, which is tonight, Feb. 23, at Historic Savannah Theatre.

 
 

Enter to win a copy of new book on Savannah's The Weeping Time

22 Feb 2018

We're giving away two copies of the new book "The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Auction in American History."

 

Review: 'Annihilation' is a trippy and frightful fantasia

22 Feb 2018

"The Shimmer" is the name given to the mysterious phenomenon that, after a meteor strike, settles along a swampy coastline in Alex Garland's "Annihilation."

 

American Traditions Vocal Competition announces semifinalists for 2018

22 Feb 2018

On Feb. 21 at Skidaway Island United Methodist Church, the American Traditions Vocal Competition announced the talented artists selected by the judges to advance to the semifinals, which begin Feb. 22.

 

The Top 5: Do Savannah's best bets for the weekend and beyond

21 Feb 2018

The Top 5 features a variety of Savannah's best arts, music, theater and community events. We aim to include something for all ages and income levels each week.

 

Film Scene: Oscar nominees find their way to Savannah

21 Feb 2018

As we mentioned in last week’s Film Scene, Feb. 22 and 23 finds Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus on southside Savannah hosting the 10th annual Francophone Film Festival. 

 

Vox Populi: ‘Why don’t we just shorten it to the J-Lo Bridge?’

21 Feb 2018

“I have a suggestion to avoid all the controversy on naming the bridge the Juliette Low Bridge. Why don’t we just shorten it to the J-Lo Bridge?”

 

The Rehearsal Space: Savannah’s Josephine Johnson talks new album goals

21 Feb 2018

Savannah-based singer/songwriter Josephine Johnson will be releasing a new album this year.

 

GSU Armstrong’s Francophone Film Fest salutes French culture

20 Feb 2018

Dorothée Mertz-Weigel remembers well the very first Armstrong State University Francophone Film Festival.

 

Eat It and Like It: Savannah’s Fox & Fig reveals what makes its plant-based menu work

20 Feb 2018

An argument can be made that Savannah’s hottest new restaurant isn’t a multi-million dollar operation on Oglethorpe or something inside one of the fancy hotels popping up all over town.

 

Greek women’s group hosts international food, wine tasting for Savannah charities

20 Feb 2018

They aren’t just a sisterhood or church ministry. Philoptochos is the largest organization of Greek Orthodox women devoted to supporting a variety of charities through their philanthropic work. 

 

Country crooner John Conlee set for two shows at Springfield’s Mars Theatre

20 Feb 2018

After almost four decades, one of country music’s oldest voices is still touring strong and recording new music.

 

Unplugged: ‘Page Rippers’ book launch, silent auction worth a look

20 Feb 2018

Just inside the front door of Location Gallery at Austin Hill Realty hangs a lovely mixed piece by Rubi McGrory that includes a love poem and love letter. 

 

Savannah's Deep Center names best young author

18 Feb 2018

Deep Center has named 13-year-old Tyler Kipp, an eighth-grader from East Broad Street School, as Deep Laureate for fall 2017

 

Review: 'Nostalgia' is an unrushed poem with a great cast

16 Feb 2018

One of the first images in the film "Nostalgia" is of an heirloom necklace dangling on the neck of a diner waitress. One of the last images is of a massive puffy cloud, ever shifting in the wide sky.

 

Review: Lean and mischievous, 'The Party' is worth your time

16 Feb 2018

You know going in that things are going to spiral out of control in "The Party."

 

Review: A harrowing tragedy in Russia's Oscar nom 'Loveless'

16 Feb 2018

Russia's foreign language Oscar nominee "Loveless" is a beautifully shot and elegantly constructed film about an already broken family in a moment of crisis and tragedy.

 

Chuck Leavell to headline 2018 A-Town Get Down in Savannah

16 Feb 2018
Returning to Savannah for its eighth year on Saturday, April 21, the A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival will feature music legend Chuck Leavell as its 2018 headliner.
 

The Top 5: Do Savannah's best bets for the weekend and beyond

15 Feb 2018

The Top 5 features a variety of Savannah's best arts, music, theater and community events. We aim to include something for all ages and income levels each week

 

UPDATE: Colin Quinn has heart attack, postpones Hilton Head Island show

14 Feb 2018

FEB. 15 UPDATE: Colin Quinn has had a heart attack and the show will be rescheduled for another date.

 
 

SCAD deFINEART samples diverse contemporary works from around the world

14 Feb 2018

SCAD’s ninth annual deFINE ART program gets underway Feb. 20 with an alluring selection of exhibitions, lectures and public events by internationally established and emerging contemporary artists working in an assortment of media.

 

Film Scene: ‘The Florida Project’ comes to Savannah for one screening only

14 Feb 2018

If you have not availed yourself of the opportunity to see the full run of “Harry Potter” films once more (or, for many readers, the very first time) on the big screen as they were intended to be enjoyed, there is still time to catch the final three installments at the historic Lucas Theatre.

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