Lila Miller, A&E Editor This past weekend, downtown Savannah saw flurries of locals, students, tourists and visitors alike for the many events that occurred. Savannah’s Pride Festival started off the weekend Friday, Oct. 25, with a night parade that featured LGBTQ individuals, community groups, businesses and the like as they marched down Congress St. and […]Read More Savannah Celebrates Pride
How one man plans to keep Savannah Creepy Lila Miller, A&E Editor Graveface Records and Curiosities is a shop and home to records, cassettes, CDs and all things odd. Customers that wander into the 5 W. 40th St. Savannah, Ga. location in Savannah’s Starland District will often enter the shop not knowing what to expect. […]Read More An Ode to All Things Odd
McClain Baxley and Sarah Smith, The George-Anne Statesboro staff To accommodate the merge of the campuses, Georgia Southern University will provide shuttle services for commuting students, faculty, and staff to and from Statesboro and Savannah. The 24 passenger shuttle will make four round trips on days university offices are open. Here is the full departure schedule: […]Read More Georgia Southern Offers Shuttle Commute From Savannah To Statesboro
Kee’Ara Smith, Staff Writer Memorial Stadium holds a rich history and tradition for the GSU football team. 35 years ago, they played their first NCAA football game at the stadium. On Aug. 23, Georgia Southern Athletics will host its annual Fan Fest at the stadium here in Savannah at 6 p.m. The team will host […]Read More GSU Fan Fest Happening At Memorial Stadium
Laura Weyman, Staff Contributor Events like Savannah Stopover and The Savannah Music Festival have done a lot to stimulate the music scene, and semiannually, they help to reinvigorate the downtown area. However, these two festivals are undeniably targeting specific demographics and are the only opportunities for Savannahians to catch musical acts bigger than the ones […]Read More Will New Music Venue Bring Bigger Acts to Savannah?