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Hidden History: Meet the Man Who Put "Forsyth" in Forsyth Park

The flowers are already blooming in Savannah’s Forsyth Park. Chances are you know the park for its fountain, farmers market, fields, playgrounds and events that happen there – but do you know where it got its name?

by J. Cindy Hill | March 7, 2017

Science On Tap: Armstrong Professors Prove Science and Beer Is A Good Mix

Armstrong State University is sharing their research with the community through a series of faculty-hosted events called Science on Tap. Assistant professor of chemistry, Sarah Gray and Sarah Zingales tell us about the...

by J. Cindy Hill | March 6, 2017

On Second Thought Broadcasting Live from Savannah Stopover Music Fest This Week

Join GPB at The Grey restaurant in Savannah for a special live broadcast of On Second Thought with host Celeste Headlee on Thursday, March 9, and Friday, March 10, from 9 – 10 a.m., during the Savannah Stopover Music...

by J. Cindy Hill | March 6, 2017

22nd Hilton Head International Piano Competition Draws Performers & Music Lovers from Around the World

Next week, Hilton Head will be alive with the sound of music as the annual Hilton Head International Piano Competition draws musicians and music lovers from around the world. Mona Huff, director of HHIPC, tells us more.

by J. Cindy Hill | March 3, 2017

Old Fort Jackson Family Campout Offers Overnight Historical Fun for All Ages

Old Fort Jackson has stood on the banks of the Savannah River for nearly two and a half centuries. Aaron Bradford, public historian and military interpretation coordinator talks about this weekend's Family Campover.

by J. Cindy Hill | March 1, 2017

Savannah Tree Foundation: On A Mission to Plant, Protect and Preserve

Savannah is a city known by many for its trees. Karen Jenkins, executive director of Savannah Tree Foundation, says her organization is working to make sure that reputation stands the test of time.

by J. Cindy Hill | February 28, 2017

Savannah Music Festival: Battle Between Brahms & Tchaikovsky Comes to Life in Multimedia Performance

In its 28th season, the Savannah Music Festival draws musicians and audiences from around the world for concerts and unique musical performances. Festival director Rob Gibson shares more about Brahms v. Tchaikovsky, one...

by J. Cindy Hill | February 24, 2017

Savannah Stopover Spotlight: Julien Baker Brings Big Emotion & Critical Acclaim

Savannah Stopover Music Festival shines a spotlight on musicians who are on the rise. Festival founder Kayne Lanahan and Peter Robaudo say it’s a great chance to bring to Savannah stages artists who may not yet be...

by J. Cindy Hill | February 24, 2017

Race for Preservation Supports and Shows Off Parts of Historic Savannah

This Saturday hundreds of historic preservation fans will hit the streets for the annual Race for Preservation. Daniel Carey, president and CEO of Historic Savannah Foundation, tells us more.

by J. Cindy Hill | February 22, 2017

Diving Deep to Discover Gray's Reef

You may have heard of Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary which sits off the coast, but chances are you haven’t been there. We asked Sarah Fangman, Reef superintendent, to tell us more about this unusual component of...

by J. Cindy Hill | February 21, 2017

Savannah Children's Choir Combines Music & Art in one FUN-draiser

This Friday night, Feb. 24, at the American Legion Ballroom you can experience the Savannah Children’s Choir and support their work at the annual One Small Voice: A Palette of Sound. Choir co-founder and executive...

by J. Cindy Hill | February 20, 2017

SCAD's Annual deFine Art Engages Audiences and Artists to Do Just That

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will present its 8th annual deFine Art series with free events that are open to the community, Feb. 21 - 24. Hear our conversation with SCAD Museum of Art curator, Storm Janse...

by J. Cindy Hill | February 20, 2017