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June 27, 2017 News



  • Savannah Shakes presents 'The Tempest' with 1970s flair - Do Savannah

    Do Savannah -  Savannah Shakes has had great success restaging Shakespeare's plays in settings in modern eras, including “The Taming of the Shrew” in post-World War II America, “Much Ado About Nothing” in 1967 and “Henry V” in the Vietnam War era. “'The Tempest' ...
  • Mary J. Blige headed to Savannah Civic Center - Savannah Morning News

    Savannah Morning News -  Mary J. Blige performs at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP). The Savannah Civic Center has announced that Mary J. Blige will be performing there at 8 p.m. Sept. 22.
  • Savannah Golf Championship unveils logo - Bluffton Today

    Bluffton Today -  The Savannah Golf Championship on Monday unveiled the tournament logo for the city's new Web.com Tour event, which is set to debut the week of March 26 – April 1, 2018 at Deer Creek Golf Course at The Landings Club. In addition to the logo ...
  • Clean Energy Roadshow held Tuesday in Savannah - WTOC

    WTOC -  If you were on Hutchinson Island Tuesday morning, you may have noticed a few fancy cars. The 7th Annual Clean Energy Roadshow was held in Savannah, featuring an outdoor showcase of propane, natural gas, electric and biodiesel cars, trucks, and buses ...
  • Mary J. Blige's new tour includes Savannah stop. And tickets go on sale this week. - Island Packet

    Island Packet -  Nine-time Grammy award winner, Golden Globe nominee and R&B legend Mary J. Blige will bring her 'Strength of a Woman' tour to Savannah this September. Tickets for the Sept. 22 performance at the Savannah Civic Center's Martin Luther King Arena go ...
  • Not-so-random acts of kindness - Connect Savannah.com

    Connect Savannah.com -  A young woman named Marthanne leaves Savannah to find herself in Vidalia, where the community is at first welcoming, then wary, as she begins to display some disturbing behaviors. The only person who stands by her is a black domestic worker named ...
  • Listening to the 'loonies' - Connect Savannah.com

    Connect Savannah.com -  You may be wondering why I'm acting like I'm the Georgia Porch Authority. It's because I keep thinking about a comment posted on the Savannah Bicycle Campaign Facebook page last month, apparently in an attempt to dispute my reporting on the significant ...
  • Bowie & the Bard - Connect Savannah.com

    Connect Savannah.com -  If you've kept up with Savannah Shakes, you're aware that their productions have followed a decades theme: Henry V was set in the Vietnam War era of the 1960s, Hamlet followed a 1950s theme. The '70s were next in line, and the troupe wanted The ...
  • Lego cancels creativity tour stop in Savannah - Island Packet

    Island Packet -  Come up with other Fourth of July weekend plans if one of those items included the Lego tour that was to kick off in Savannah on July 7. Jenn Joseph, president of The Encore Agency, released a brief email saying that “due to unforeseen circumstances ...
  • LEGO cancels creativity tour for Savannah - Island Packet

    Island Packet -  Come up with other Fourth of July weekend plans if one of those items included the LEGO tour that was to kick off in Savannah on July 7. Jenn Jospeh, president of The Encore Agency, released a brief email note saying that “Due to unforeseen ...
  • Clean Energy Roadshow being held Tuesday in Savannah - WTOC

    WTOC -  The Clean Energy Roadshow will feature an outdoor vehicle showcase of propane, natural gas, electric and biodiesel cars, trucks and buses. Ride and drive opportunities will be offered. The event is hosted by the Georgia Municipal Association, the ...
  • EU fines Google a record 2.42 billion euros - WTOC

    WTOC -  European regulators said Tuesday that "Google has abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product, its comparison shopping service." (Source: Google) ...
  • Who can get around the travel ban? - WTOC

    WTOC -  WASHINGTON (AP) - Even as it allowed a limited version of the Trump administration's travel ban to take effect for now, the Supreme Court carved out a major exception. It said Monday that travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen ...

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