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    (912) 344-3565

    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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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

Country Music Legend Bill Anderson Still Going Strong

There are few artists in the music business that have had the kind of career Bill Anderson has had. He wrote his first number one hit at age 19 while working as a disc jockey in Commerce, Georgia back in 1957; and since then he has placed 80 singles on the country music charts, 37 of them in the top ten. He’s been voted BMI Country Songwriter of the Year six times. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry for five decades.
April 29, 2017

Trump Comes To Town

Today on “Political Rewind,” President Trump comes to town. He’s here to lend support to the National Rifle Association at the group’s annual meeting but 6th District congressional candidate Karen Handel had Trump’s attention too. He’s hosting a fundraiser on her behalf while he’s in town. What does our panel have to say about all of it?
April 28, 2017

On Second Thought For Friday, April 28, 2017

Christian McBride is a master of jazz bass. The four-time Grammy Award winner has performed with Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, and many others. We talk with him ahead of a performance at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta on Saturday, April 29. The Breakroom gang is back. We’ll take aim at the controversy over Confederate monuments in New Orleans and discuss whether parents should be bringing their kids to work. Plus, we talk about a ban on saggy pants and decide whether or not the White House Correspondent’s Dinner is still relevant. Joining us is former NPR Correspondent Kathy Lohr, Georgia State Professor Hector Fernandez, and Pride School Atlanta Founder Christian Zsilavetz.
April 28, 2017

Waffle House Co-Founder Dies Weeks After Partner's Death

Thomas Francis Forkner Sr., who jumped from selling real estate to the restaurant business when he co-founded Waffle House in the 1950s, has died less than two months after the death of his business partner who recruited him to help launch the famous Southern diner chain. Waffle House said in a statement that Forkner died Wednesday at age 98. He grew up in DeKalb County just outside Atlanta, the company said, and returned there to sell real estate after serving as an Army intelligence officer during World War II. Forkner sold a house to his neighbor, Joe Rogers Sr., who worked for the Toddle House restaurant chain. Rogers persuaded Forkner to join him in starting a restaurant of their own. They opened the first 24-hour Waffle House in the Atlanta suburb of Avondale Estates on Labor Day in 1955. They opened a second location two years later, and they kept building the business over the next two decades. Under Forkner and Rogers, the Waffle House chain grew to 400 restaurants by the time
April 28, 2017