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    (912) 344-3565

    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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    Savannah Events Planning Calendar





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Savannah Blog Posts

Seven Savannah Museums Unite to "Lift Ev'ry Voice"

Seven Savannah museums have joined forces for one event this Sunday, August 20. “Lift Every Voice” will highlight the lives and contributions of African Americans in the community.

August 17th, 2017

Headlines This Week: Arena and Canal District and School Alternatives for At-Risk Youth

It's the end of the week, so I sat down with Savannah Morning News Executive Editor Susan Catron to talk about some of the week's top stories.

July 14th, 2017

Savannah Artist Remembers Orlando Pulse Victims in "49 Portraits"

June 12th marks the one year anniversary of the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting. The faces of the 49 victims who lost their lives that day inspired Mia Merlin, an artist and professor at Armstrong State University, to create the 49 Portraits Project.

June 9th, 2017

Hidden History: When Tragedy Inspires A Living Legacy - The Crash at Orly Field

Stan Deaton of Georgia Historical Society Today he shares the Hidden History of an airplane crash which took the lives of more than 100 Georgians, and how their memory inspired the creation of an Atlanta cultural icon.

June 7th, 2017

Latest Savannah News

AZ Sen. Jeff Flake On His Public Clashes With Trump

Today on “Political Rewind,” we talk with Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona. He’s one of the very few Republicans on Capitol Hill who has been consistent in criticizing President Trump’s demeanor in office.
August 23, 2017

Billy Payne Retiring As Masters, Augusta National Chairman

Billy Payne is retiring as chairman of Augusta National and the Masters, ending 11 years of substantial change that included the club having its first female members and playing a leading role in growing the game around the world.
August 23, 2017

On Second Thought For Tuesday, August 22, 2017

It’s been two weeks since the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The violence there renewed conversations about race relations, and have left some searching for answers on how to de-radicalize people. That’s something Shannon Martinez of Athens knows firsthand. She was a skinhead for several years, but managed to leave that life behind her. We talk with her and Sammy Rangel of Life After Hate, a group that helps people move away from hate and violent extremism. In Atlanta, there’s a debate brewing over a different kind of Confederate monument -- street signs. Mayor Kasim Reed is reviewing petitions to rename streets that have names tied to the Confederacy. Atlanta resident Joe Thomas recently started an online petition to rename Confederate Avenue. He tells why the name doesn’t belong in the city he loves. Last week, President Trump revoked another Obama-era Executive Order. This one required projects built with federal aid be designed to handle sea level rise due to
August 22, 2017

On Second Thought For Monday, August 21, 2017

For centuries, groups in the South have sought to secede from the United States. More than 150 years after the Civil War, groups like the League of the South are pushing again to break from the Union. We talk about how serious we should take calls for secession with Roxanne Donovan, Psychology Professor at Kennesaw State University. And Trey Hood, Political Science Professor at the University of Georgia in Athens. The South is a proud place. Southerners are notorious for their love of their heritage and culture. But following the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, it’s becoming more difficult to separate the South from its roots in racism and white supremacy. We talk about this growing identity crisis, and what it means to truly be from the South, with Chuck Reece, Editor of The Bitter Southerner; Regina Bradley, Professor of African Diaspora Studies at Kennesaw State University; and Sam Burnham, curator for the blog “All The Biscuits In Georgia.” Over the last year Atlanta’s soccer
August 21, 2017