Filmmakers producing a new Spongebob Squarepants movie are now in Savannah. The production office opened yesterday and will remain for a few weeks. City officials say the film won't be slowed by the suspension of a key bureaucrat.
The biggest shopping day of the year comes as a mixed blessing for many Georgia-owned small businesses. Shoppers line for deals, for sure. But many are looking for the biggest sales on big ticket TV's and computers at big box stores, national chains and malls.
It's the "Year of Moss" in Savannah. But not the kind that grows on trees. Savannah singer Roger Moss is having a banner year with several projects keeping him in the public eye -- a choir, a charter school and more. On top of it all, he has his first-ever CD.
A survey shows, not all Savannah businesses were thrilled by results from the city's first-ever Rock-and-Roll Marathon. City leaders hailed the run as a tourism coup. About twenty-three thousand runners and their families filled the city in early November. But some businesses saw empty stores, blaming road closures and the race's route.