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    (912) 344-3565

    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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Savannah Blog Posts

Hidden History: The Battle Over Mary Telfair's Will and Women's "Madness"

Learn about the hidden history of the dispute over Mary Telfair's will, in this conversation with Dr. Felicity Turner of Armstrong State University.

March 22nd, 2017

Diving Deep Into Phytoplankton: How Tiny Ocean Organisms Help You Breathe

Photosynthesis is how plants use sunlight to turn water into hydrogen and carbon dioxide, its food, and oxygen, which it releases into the air for all of us to breathe. But photosynthesis doesn’t just happen on land...

March 21st, 2017

Across the Water & Back: Irish and American Music, a Conversation with Rob Gibson and Harry O'Donoghue

Irish and Celtic music can be found in Savannah year-round, including at the 2017 Savannah Music Festival. Harry O'Donoghue, Irish musician, and Rob Gibson of SMF discuss Irish music in America.

March 16th, 2017

Hidden History: What You May Not Know About Juliette Gordon Low

Many have heard the name Juliette Gordon Low. Lisa Junkin Lopez, Executive Director of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, shares some hidden history of the woman who founded the Girl Scouts right here in Savannah.

March 15th, 2017

Latest Savannah News

Coastal Ga. Weekend: Savannah And Coastal Events Mar. 23-26

Find plenty of spring fun in Savannah with the help of Do Savannah's Heather Henley and G100's Mia Amini.
March 23, 2017

On Second Thought For Thursday, March 23, 2017

In the last year, a nonprofit abortion and birth control clinic on the East Coast has expanded its presence in the South by opening two clinics in Georgia. The group is called Carafem, and it’s also trying to reduce the stigma around abortion through an aggressive media campaign. We talk with Melissa Grant, Carafem's vice president of health services. One of the true divas of the 20th century was singer and songwriter Nina Simone. She served as the voice for many frustrated African-Americans in the 1960s, particularly during the civil rights movement. A new musical in Atlanta called “Simply Simone” tells her story from the very beginning. We talk with the show’s director/choreographer, as well as two of the actresses who play Nina Simone at different points in her life. And, this weekend the Atlanta Film Festival pays tribute to a courtroom classic. "My Cousin Vinny" premiered 25 years ago to critical and popular acclaim. The movie, which was filmed in Monticello, Georgia, tells the
March 23, 2017

After Surgery, Georgia Senator Could Miss Crucial Votes

Sen. Johnny Isakson is recuperating from his second back surgery this year at his Georgia home, complicating Republican leaders' plans as they count the votes for the GOP health care overhaul and a Supreme Court nominee. Aides to the third-term Republican senator said Wednesday that Isakson is still awaiting his physician's approval to travel back to Washington. The senator underwent back surgery Feb. 20 to address what aides described as "spinal deterioration caused by arthritis." He had a second surgery March 15 to address a hairline fracture that had developed at the base of his spine during his recovery from the first surgery. Isakson's spokeswoman, Amanda Maddox, said her boss remains in touch with colleagues. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told The Associated Press this week that he wants the Senate to move ahead on legislation to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care overhaul and to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch before the
March 23, 2017

Will The Legislature Deliver On Education Reform?

Today on “Political Rewind,” Georgians didn't approve Governor Deal's Opportunity School District measure last November, so what education reform bills will come out of the Gold Dome this session? The AJC's "Get Schooled" writer Maureen Downey joins us to take a look at some of the key efforts.
March 22, 2017