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  • The state of Lonestar September 13, 2017
    Country artists headline First Responder Appreciation Concert at The Stage On Bay COUNTRY sensations Lonestar bring their catalog of hits to The Stage on Bay for a special Military & First Responder Appreciation Concert this weekend. Formed in 1992, Richie McDonald, Michael Britt, Keech Rainwater, and Dean Sams have been keeping their sincere take on […]
  • Savannah Jazz Festival set to begin September 13, 2017
    Beloved event runs Sept. 17-23 at multiple venues FALL IS JUST ABOUT HERE, and with it, the 36th annual Savannah Jazz Festival. From September 17 to 23, folks of all ages can enjoy live, world-class music in Forsyth Park, the Westin Savannah Harbor, Trinity United Methodist Church, The Lucas Theatre, Rancho Alegre Cuban Restaurant, The […]
  • Savannah Philharmonic set to open 2017-2018 season September 13, 2017
    Conductor Peter Shannon talks about 'The Thousand and One Nights' season opener and more POST-IRMA environment permitting, the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus are scheduled to open their 2017-2018 season this weekend at the Lucas Theatre with an electrifying opener titled "The Thousand and One Nights." The show opens with the overture to “The Bartered […]
  • Drab Majesty, Boy Harsher, Pyramid Club @The Jinx September 13, 2017
    Live performance is crucial to Drab Majesty as an art form. IN Drab Majesty, Deb DeMure—the androgynous alter-ego of L.A. musician Andrew Clinco—creates gothic post-punk sounds reminiscent of Sisters of Mercy and The Cocteau Twins. Most recently, Drab Majesty released 'Oak Wood,’ available for vinyl order through Dais Records.…
  • Spotlights, Hotplate @El-Rocko Lounge September 13, 2017
    Spotlights is the project of Brooklyn-based married couple Mario and Sarah Quintero. COASTAL Rock Productions brings Spotlights, the project of Brooklyn-based married couple Mario and Sarah Quintero, to El-Rocko. Formerly of the band Sleep Lady, the Quinteros bring a heavy, dreamy sound with a sludgy base and shoegaze shimmer.…
  • Darnell Little @Sentient Bean September 13, 2017
    Little explores what it means to be a dark-skinned man in today's America. MC and producer Darnell Little tours South from his Camden, New Jersey home. The 23-year-old artist released his debut album, Blackamoor, on June 30, 2017.…
  • The Get Right Band @Barrelhouse South September 13, 2017
    The Get Right Band thrives thanks to great chemistry between its players, stellar chops, and inventive arrangements. ASHEVILLE'S The Get Right Band returns to Savannah this weekend. With a unique blend of rock, funk, an reggae, the group has received high praise from NPR, Huffington Post, WTF w/ Marc Maron, and more.…
  • Katie's gone country September 6, 2017
    Katie Deal celebrates the music of Nashville greats in new show KATIE DEAL brings a tribute to the women of country music.…
  • P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Fire from the Gods, Powerflo @The Stage on Bay September 6, 2017
    Formed in 1992. P.O.D. (Payable On Death) put in the time on their rise to fame WHO'S ready to feel so alive at The Stage on Bay?…
  • Pastor Troy @Club Elan September 6, 2017
    One of the early breakouts of Dirty South rap. ONE of the early breakouts of Dirty South rap, Pastor Troy brings his Augusta roots to Savannah this weekend. Troy’s first recording was We Ready – I Declare War, released by Madd Society Records in 1999.…
  • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears kick off fall concert season September 6, 2017
    A new season of MusicFile Productions is here BLACK JOE LEWIS'S origin story is fit for a blues song. Now a neo-soul and blues-wrangling troubadour who has released five acclaimed studio albums since his mid-2000s debut, Joe Lewis first picked up the guitar while working at a pawn shop in Austin, Texas.…
  • Carly Rogers @Rusty Rudders Tap House September 6, 2017
    She arrives in Savannah with a fresh-to-Spotify single. VERMONT native Carly Rogers moved to Nashville at the age of 17, following her dreams of writing, performing and recording in Music City. The young up-and-comer is currently touring through Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, and North Carolina.…
  • Bahamacide, Think no Think, Jeff-Two Names and the Born Agains @El-Rocko Lounge September 6, 2017
    Inspiration in disco and garage, bringing a shreddy-good time with thick guitar, heavy bass, and headbanger rhythms. PSYCH-ROCK gets heavy through the lens of Bahamacide.…
  • Josephine Johnson: Ukulele Poet September 6, 2017
    'Things seem to be happier on the ukulele' Jack Johnson couldn’t have spoken truer words than Savannah’s own Josephine Johnson. “Things seem to be happier on the ukulele,” she says.…
  • Grace Joyner, Brother Oliver, Painter & Poet @El-Rocko Lounge August 30, 2017
    Charleston’s Grace Joyner brings her evocative bedroom pop back to Savannah Charleston’s Grace Joyner brings her evocative bedroom pop back to Savannah.…

RSS Food & Drinks

  • FARM Bluffton: 'A story on every plate’ September 6, 2017
    FARM’s reputation for local ingredients and adventurous flavors has been spilling over the state line. TWENTY-FIVE miles from Savannah along a pretty stretch of Highway 170, FARM in Old Town Bluffton sources leafy greens, robust root veggies, heritage meats, artisan cheeses and slow-leavened breads almost exclusively with a Lowcountry address, some a proverbial peach pit’s […]
  • Ogeechee Meat Market: Old-school butchers bring new-breed operation to Savannah August 30, 2017
    People have become so desensitized to discounted meats that they forgot what it was supposed to taste like. GENERATIONS ago, purveyors of their craft dominated the food scene. Fish mongers, bakers, greengrocers, and butchers alike, supplying their city with the freshest, most local goods around.…
  • A full plate of foodie news August 23, 2017
    Tuck in your napkins and get your forks ready, Savannah—there’s always something new coming out of our local kitchens Summertime can be a slow season for Savannah foodies, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t stuff cooking behind the scenes. We’ve plated the latest restaurant and food-related amuse-bouches for you to chew on as well as […]
  • Savannah Craft Beer Week is upon us! August 22, 2017
    Events kick off Sunday night BEGINNING Sunday and running into September this year, Savannah Craft Beer Week has become an annual event that celebrates all things craft-beer related. Leading into the Savannah Craft Brew Festival, the week before sees various venues all around town host tap takeovers for local and national breweries.…
  • Keeping it Current on the islands August 16, 2017
    The Ele and the Chef restaurant collection have been disseminating Asian fusion across Savannah for about ten years FRIED green tomatoes. She crab soup.…
  • 'Schummthing' special on Tybee August 9, 2017
    In rebranding the space, the couple learned a valuable lesson: Keep it schimple THE ONLY thing I love more than fried chicken is clever wordplay, and Kurtis and Sarah Schumm have managed to satisfy my hankering for both on the south end of Tybee Island. The proprietors of Tybee Island Social Club and Fish Camp […]
  • Edgar’s Proof & Provision: Proof of The DeSoto’s Vision August 9, 2017
    Th ambition is to provide true Southern hospitality with modernized sophistication SAVANNAH is a city full of landmarks. One of those icons is The DeSoto, treasured for its reputation as being the Dowager Empress of the South.…
  • Kitchen 320 helps transform Savannah into a culinary destination August 2, 2017
    It may be downtown, but its off-the-beaten-path location brands Kitchen 320 as a best-kept secret among locals OVER THE past few years, Savannah has accumulated a collection of diverse eateries that, perhaps unwittingly, all serve the same purpose. With each new restaurant, restaurateurs and chefs seek to influence the food scene and its consumers by […]
  • International IPA Day is here again! August 2, 2017
    Just about every craft brewer has an IPA in their lineup, so hunting down a good one will not be difficult HOP HEADS rejoice! Your day to celebrate is here.…
  • A new generation of Gottlieb's July 26, 2017
    Storied bakery serves up tradition (and of course, those famous chocolate chewies!) FOR OVER a century in Savannah, just the mention of the Gottlieb name would set folks to drooling.…
  • Shandy-licious! July 26, 2017
    The fun thing about shandys is that you can make them at home. Typically you see a 50/50 mix of beer and soda, but at home you can mix and match your beers, sodas and proportions until you find that perfect mix. THERE ARE plenty of summer beer offerings out there — wit beers, lagers, […]
  • Savannah Food: A delicious history, and a loving chronicle July 19, 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 19, 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 12, 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 5, 2017
    Bake House is open to the public on Sundays and quickly gaining community support IT’S SUNDAY at 8 a.m.…