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    (912) 344-3565

    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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    (912) 344-3565

    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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Savannah Blog Posts

Community Conversations: Nick Cave's Sound Suits Coming to Telfair Museums

Next week Telfair Museums will open the largest exhibit in the southeast of works by artist Nick Cave. The Chicago-born artist is known for combining...

January 19th, 2017

Hidden History: Sequoyah and His Invention of the Cherokee Syllabary

This year the Georgia History Festival is highlighting important Georgia innovators. Sophia Sineath, education coordinator for Georgia Historical...

January 18th, 2017

Community Conversations: Skidaway Scientist On a Mission to Measure Ocean Microplastics

At University of Georgia’s Skidaway Institute of Oceanography on Skidaway Island, scientists are studying many aspects of ocean life including...

January 17th, 2017

Community Conversations: Benjamin Warsaw on Piano In the Arts and His Concert with Vocalist Elissa Alvarez

You’re listening to GPB Savannah. I’m Cindy Hill. Benjamin Warsaw is the Assistant Professor of Music and artistic director of Piano in the Arts, a...

January 13th, 2017

Latest Savannah News

Rasputin: Exploring The Myths Of The Mad Monk

It has been 100 years since Grigory Rasputin was murdered in Russia. And yet he continues to fascinate us. He was born a peasant in Siberia, found God, and made his way to the St. Petersburg palace of Tsar Nicholas and Tsarina Alexandra in 1905.
January 21, 2017

On Second Thought For Friday, January 20, 2017

The presidential inauguration has a rich history dating back to George Washington. We learn about the interesting history of presidential inaugurations with Kenneth C. Davis, author of the "Don't Know Much About" series of books. And one part Donald Trump’s inauguration we’ve heard a lot about is which musicians will be performing. From Presidents Eisenhower to Obama, we look back at some of the artists who have taken the inauguration stage. There is a lot of prep work that goes into planning a presidential inauguration. A.D. Frazier managed Jimmy Carter’s 1977 inauguration. He tells us how he organized an event that was available to everyone. We also hear from the man who was sworn into office moments before President Carter. Former Vice President Walter Mondale shares his memories of the inauguration, and what it was like serving in the Carter Administration. Then, people from all over the world are in Washington DC on Friday to catch a glimpse of history. One of them is Greg
January 20, 2017

On Second Thought For Thursday, January 19, 2017

From the beginning of his campaign, Donald Trump has said he wants to take aggressive action on immigration. In response, nearly 40 cities have declared they will be sanctuaries for immigrants and Trump says one of his top priorities is to “cancel all federal funding to sanctuary cities.”
January 19, 2017

Coastal Ga. Weekend: Savannah And Coastal Events Jan. 19-22

Plan your weekend fun with some help from Savannah Magazine editor Amy Condon and Connect Savannah community editor Jessica Leigh Lebos. Amy's picks: -The Thursday Night Opry series at Trininty United Methodist Church kicks off 2017 with a singer-songwriter show, featuring local and regional artists. Performers include Kurtis Schumm, Dare Dukes, Rachel Shaner and Sarah Poole. Thursday, 7-10 p.m.; $10. -The Telluride Mountainfilm On Tour film festival is back at venues around Savannah this weekend. It features a range of movies, all organized around the notions of cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving, adventures worth pursuing and and conversations worth sustaining. Full festival schedule here ; tickets range from free to $15. -Local supporters of the Women's March on Washington will gather in Wright Square on Saturday for a solidarity rally . Participants are encouraged to speak and provide information on getting involved in the community. Saturday, 12 p.m.; free.
January 19, 2017