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Savannah Blog Posts

Savannah Children's Choir Collaborates for Big "Best of Duke Ellington" Production

Savannah Children’s Choir is mounting its biggest production to date in The Best of Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert, on Sunday, April 30. Roger Moss tells us more about the collaborators, guest artists and conductor.

April 17th, 2017

Fort Pulaski Celebrates National Park Week with Free Admission & Events

National Parks Week kicks off this weekend. Joel Cadoff of Fort Pulaski National Monument tells us more about the Fort and their activities during National Parks Week.

April 12th, 2017

Earth Day Savannah Event Highlights Historic Tree

Savannah will celebrate Earth Day this Saturday, April 15, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Forsyth Park. Karen Jenkins, executive director of Savannah Tree Foundation, says they will highlight a piece of Savannah history in their Earth Day events.

April 11th, 2017

Early Week Events: Emergent Savannah on Activism, Georgia Southern Symphony and SCADStyle

There are plenty of events to keep you busy this week including Emergent Savannah's "Savannah Activism Across Time" forum, Georgia Southern Symphony in concert at SCADStyle events that continue through April 13.

April 10th, 2017

Latest Savannah News

Closing In On Trump's First 100 Days, What's Your Assessment?

Today on “Political Rewind,” we're closing in on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. What's your assessment? Some, including President Trump himself, argue that “100 days” is an artificial construct. But like it or not, it’s been a benchmark by which new presidents are judged since 1933. Franklin Delano Roosevelt inaugurated the motif by promising dramatic action in his first 100 days in office, and the concept has been with us ever since. Here's a transcript of remarks that Trump made to the Associated Press Chief White House Correspondent Julie Pace regarding this calculation.
April 24, 2017

Memoirist Melissa Febos On Secrets, Addiction And Truth

From the time she was a little girl, Melissa Febos recognized that keeping secrets about her own life gave her a certain power over the people around her. When she was very young the secrets were simple things: she’d take objects from her house, bury them in the yard and then hide the very elaborate maps she drew pinpointing the locations of her treasure.
April 22, 2017

6th District Runoff Promises Two More Months Of Bloodshed

Today on “Political Rewind,” the 6th District showdown in June means almost 9 more weeks of attack ads. Bradley George fills in today for Bill Nigut as the panel looks at the road ahead for the Ossoff and Handel campaigns. The race is definitely drawing national attention with many insiders viewing it as a referendum on the election of Donald Trump.
April 21, 2017

Is This A Fix For White Flight Charter Schools?

All the open seats at the Academy for Classical Education were gone by the time Sammy Smith’s daughters’ names were pulled in the school’s admissions lottery. By then it was all about the waiting list for the parents still hanging around the ACE cafeteria on a day in February. “They’re at Springdale now, which is decent,” Smith said of his daughters. “We just prefer the classical education.” Actually, Springdale Elementary outperforms ACE academically, but about half of Bibb County’s other elementary schools are considered failing by the state. By the time it got to waiting lists, it was hard to find parents from those schools in the room. ACE principal and co-founder Laura Perkins dropped in to watch the lottery. One school of thought holds that charter schools should be for students from struggling schools first and foremost. Perkins said she couldn’t make that happen if she wanted to. “We don’t have any control over that,” Perkins said. “T he charter rules don't allow you to do any
April 21, 2017