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Texarkana Waltz at Shoreline Theater Now Through March 14

Waltz on over to the Theater Department this weekend through next Saturday, March 14 and check out “Texarkana Waltz,” the semi-autobiographical play the Los Angeles Times… 148 more words


Kim K is a Blondie!? Why?

I’m not surprise that Kim Kardashian changes hairs like changing the seasonal weather. This week is Paris Fashion Week and The Wests are spending their week in Paris. 70 more words


5th Annual Savannah Stopover Preview

By Emily Smith, Arts and Entertainment Editor

The Savannah Stopover’s 5th anniversary music festival will finally be in town March 5-7. The three day music festival will showcase over 100 bands in multiple venues across the walkable historic downtown district of Savannah. 450 more words

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From the Slave House to the White H

By Greg Simpson, Staff Writer

From The Slave House to the White House was held at the Ogeechee theater on Feb. 25. 446 more words


‘Focus’ offers a fun time at the movies

By Todd Perkins, Staff Movie Reviewer

Three stars

There are clear ideas of what a movie about con artists will entail. Films like “The Sting”, “The Grifters”, and “Matchstick Men” all showcase the shady lives of hustlers in ways that make them likeable, sympathetic, and relatable despite the fact that they make their living cheating bystanders out of their own money. 478 more words

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Masquers' Water By The Spoonful delivers emotional messages

By Charles Norton, Staff Writer

Playwright Quiara Algeria Hudes’, Water by the Spoonful, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2012, played onstage at Jenkins Hall Feb. 561 more words

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March 5-11 Savannah Events Calendar

Check out the local happenings this week, including Savannah Stopover! 189 more words

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