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  • Florida's finest: JJ Grey & Mofro return to Savannah July 18, 2017
    Few bands turn the vibe of North Florida into music quite like JJ Grey and Mofro. The stage-shaking swamp soul of JJ Grey and Mofro has hooked fans around the world, and the Florida band’s heading back to Savannah this weekend. Few bands turn the vibe of North Florida into music quite like JJ Grey […]
  • Dougie Poole, Jeff Zagers @El-Rocko Lounge July 18, 2017
    Dougie Poole’s songs are complex, lonely stretches of spaghetti Western desert where winsome synths roll like tumbleweeds in a surrealist landscape. ENJOY an evening of beautifully unusual songwriting at El-Rocko this Saturday. Dougie Poole’s songs are complex, lonely stretches of spaghetti Western desert where winsome synths roll like tumbleweeds in a surrealist landscape.…
  • Documentary explores Savannah hip-hop July 18, 2017
    In speaking with performers from across the city, Henderson gained a variety of perspectives on the separation of the scene, Savannah’s history of violence, and the importance of educating and uplifting youth A LOCAL budding filmmaker is sharing the stories of Savannah’s hip-hop scene for a good cause. Taylor Henderson, director, producer, writer, and cinematographer […]
  • Tony Arata, Leslie Satcher @Tybee Post Theater July 18, 2017
    While going to school in Statesboro, Arata began playing in bands and sharing his original compositions with the locals Catch two of country music’s most in-demand songwriters at Tybee Post Theater.…
  • Andalyn @Wild Wing Café July 18, 2017
    At 17 years old, Asheville-hailing Lewis has played hundreds of gigs throughout the Southeast since making her stage debut at age nine. SINGER-SONGWRITER and bassist Andalyn Lewis heads to Savannah this weekend with her band.…
  • Happy Birthday, Service Brewing! July 18, 2017
    Becca Mancari has the music world wrapped around her finger—and she hasn’t even released an album. A good host never runs out of booze, so guests are in good hands at Service Brewing’s big bash at their Indian Street HQ. For three years, Savannah’s enjoyed heady pours and small batch specials from the local craft […]
  • City Hotel @The Sentient Bean July 18, 2017
    After all this time, Cory Chambers, Aaron Zimmer, Jay Rudd, and Anthony Teixeira are still dishing out quality, vintage-toned tunes for the roots-loving masses. SIX YEARS is a long time in band years, particularly in town like Savannah where residents come and go. For a band to exist for six years and retain all its […]
  • Revival Fest announces 2017 lineup July 18, 2017
    Americana/folk festival returns with Blitzen Trapper, more MusicFile Productions, producers of Savannah Stopover Music Festival, has announced its lineup for the fourth Revival Fest. Held in the old Paint Shop and adjoining grove at the Georgia State Railroad Museum on Saturday, September 30, Revival Fest is a celebration of national, regional, and local music, Southern […]
  • Randall Bramblett Band @Tybee Post Theater July 11, 2017
    The prolific artist releases his eleventh album, Juke Joint at the Edge of the World, this month via New West Records and will celebrate with a CD release party on Tybee. IF YOU missed Athens hero Randall Bramblett at the big Night Flight Café reunion back in May, don’t fear: he’s coming back! The treasured […]
  • Neurosound Booking Presents: Psych Night @El-Rocko Lounge July 11, 2017
    Formed in 2013, Dream Culture left the Atlanta sprawl for Athens after releasing their very first EP Savannah’s Neurosound Booking has rounded up three mind-bending acts for the latest chapter in its Psych Night series: Athens band Dream Culture, Orlando’s Timothy Eerie, and Savannah’s Rude Dude and the Creek Freaks.…
  • The timeless sound of the Supersuckers July 11, 2017
    Their brazen embrace of trashy rock ‘n’ roll, a hard-partying attitude, and tongue-in-cheek sense of humor was a stark contrast to the seriousness and brooding nature of their city’s hottest acts. They’re the self-proclaimed Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World, and they’re coming to a stage near you. The Supersuckers have been dishing […]
  • The Jeff Crompton Trio @El-Rocko Lounge July 11, 2017
    Savannahians know Jeff Crompton from the high-energy 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra. 21st CENTURY jazz in the luxe golden halls of El-Rocko? Yes, please!…
  • Maradeen @Barrelhouse South July 11, 2017
    The album features hard-rocking elements balanced with folky Lumineers-style ease, offering a well-rounded tour of their American music influences Nashville all-American rock and rollers Maradeen hit Congress Street this week.…
  • The Gunts Wanna Be Her July 11, 2017
    Drag collective honors Peaches in new Club One series ALL summer long, Savannahians can turn up the heat with House of Gunt.…
  • Maddie & Tae @Savannah Civic Center July 11, 2017
    Members Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye met seven years ago through their vocal coach, and moved to Nashville together after completing high school Country duo Maddie & Tae are coming to Savannah to benefit Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia.…

RSS Food & Drinks

  • Savannah Food: A delicious history, and a loving chronicle July 18, 2017
    I’m a sucker for cuisine books with a healthy dose of history. And the history in Savannah Food is compelling, but never overwhelming or tedious. DOCUMENTING a food scene as rapidly evolving as Savannah’s—especially recently—is a challenge. But the new book Savannah Food: A Delicious History, by Stu and Donald Card, does an admirable job of hitting […]
  • Look for the upside-down bottle July 18, 2017
    Certified Independent Craft Beer movement gaining momentum AFTER A meteoric rise, the craft beer market has slowed over the last year. For the past few years prior to 2016, craft beer saw double-digit growth.…
  • Rise Biscuits Donuts: Award-winning made-from-scratch biscuit sandwiches and house-made donuts are their specialties July 11, 2017
    Every morning at midnight, bakers make a batch of donuts. Mixing, kneading, proofing, frying and glazing, the donut making process takes about three hours ON July 1, Savannah became Georgia’s first location for the Rise Biscuits Donuts franchise.…
  • Auspicious Baking Company: Baked goods handcrafted from scratch July 4, 2017
    Bake House is open to the public on Sundays and quickly gaining community support IT’S SUNDAY at 8 a.m.…
  • Lift your pint to good St. Arnold June 27, 2017
    As Bishop, Arnold continued to serve as advisor to the king, but he used his position to educate the people on the dangers of drinking water. And that is where beer comes into the picture. "DON’T DRINK water, drink beer" is a phrase you might see on the latest hip brewery’s catchy bumper sticker.…
  • Free Food Georgia: a wheat-free, sugar-free special order bakery June 20, 2017
    Each week, Jardine posts a menu link of her fresh products on the Free Food Georgia Facebook page. The menu is broken down into three categories-sweets, muffins/cakes and breads. MILLIONS of Americans are plagued with food allergies.…
  • Sugo Rossa's red sauce Renaissance June 13, 2017
    Their classic marinara, which exudes a subtly sweet, rich and zesty heartiness, is thoughtfully integrated throughout their well-composed menu GROWING UP in upstate New York meant that there was no shortage of Italian eateries, delis, pizzerias and bakeries. My family included, this region is brimming with Italian influences given that so many immigrated to the […]
  • The art of the chef’s knife June 6, 2017
    A local culinary professional’s advice on what to buy and how to use it OF ALL the equipment in the kitchen, the chef’s knife is the most personal and useful tool you’ll ever want for.…
  • Summer Beer Roundup! May 30, 2017
    The best summer beers are light and low in ABV THERE’S a lot to love about summer. Time by the pool, BBQs, baseball, and the sound of cicadas.…
  • Dining in the Dunes: The Deck Beachbar and Kitchen on Tybee May 23, 2017
    As Australian natives, the Debrecenys deliberately integrate influences from their homeland into all aspects of their restaurants, from fare to décor TYBEE ISLAND consistently serves as oasis for Savannahians seeking tranquility and repose. Its breezy hang-loose vibe cultivates the ideal climate for beachfront dining.…
  • Wicked Weed, AB InBev merger brings worry May 16, 2017
    The backlash shows how badly this purchase has gone. Wicked Weed, unlike Goose Island is truly a beer nerd’s brewery. I’VE WRITTEN many times, perhaps too many times, about some major company taking over a small craft brewery.…
  • Cooking at the beach with Mary Kay Andrews May 16, 2017
    Bestselling author hosts signing to benefit Meals on Wheels WHEN WE last spoke with beloved author Mary Kay Andrews in 2012, she’d just launched her 19th novel Spring Fever, which climbed to No. 5 on the New York Times Bestseller List and could be seen peeking out of beach bags everywhere as the season's delightfully […]
  • Natural Selections Café offers vegan twists on Southern classics May 9, 2017
    Owned and operated by St. Thomas native Davida Harris, this vegan café is already altering stereotypes. SAVANNAH’S first ever all-vegan restaurant opened March 8. While many restaurants and cafés supply vegan offerings, Natural Selections Café is 100 percent plant-based.…
  • Savannah Bananas Beer is now a reality May 2, 2017
    Service Brewing Co. is behind this session brew that pays homage to the local team IN NO TIME at all the Savannah Bananas have proven themselves to be active participants in craft beer.…
  • Henny Penny: the Foxy Family’s new Art Space & Café May 2, 2017
    Owners of Foxy Loxy and The Coffee Fox continue to find niches and solve problems involved with maintaining a successful business. THE FOXY Family Dynasty is at it again.…