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Savannah City Council Meetings
First Tuesday Tour of City Hall
First Tuesday of every month, 12 p.m.
Hungry for History?
Savannah’s literary legacy spotlighted in lecture series
By Rachael Flora
Tags: Community, Roger Smith, The Learning Center, Hungry for History?, Savannah City Hall
Savannah history in a glass case
City Hall’s latest exhibition features small works with big impact
Tags: Art Beat of Savannah, Small Treasures, City of Savannah, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Telfair Museums, Davenport House Museum, Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Coastal Heritage Society, Nancy & Lawrence Gutstein Museum of Congregation Mickve Israel, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah City Hall
‘City Transversed’ connects art, engineering and ecology
Lisa D. Watson explores the unexpected nature of bridges
By Jessica Leigh Lebos
Tags: Visual Arts, Savannah City Hall, Lisa D. Watson, Plan It Green Designs, Savannah Bridges, Sam Varnedoe Bridge, Talmadge Bridge, Infrastructure
Jan. 1-June 30 2020
230 Years Ago...
Remembering the Savannah Pharmacy (1914-2007)
Ola Wyeth Branch Library
Bay Street at Bull Street
American Traditions Vocal Competition
River Street Riverboat Co.
Bonaventure Cemetery After Hours: Beggar's Night
Browse all Film Times
Editor's Note: The true cost of shipping
By Jim Morekis
Morris Multimedia names Erica Baskin as publisher of Connect Savannah
The case of Kadijah Pendergraph and Nathaniel Harvey, Jr.
By Brittany Herren
Former Sen. Sam Nunn to be keynote speaker at Georgia History Festival
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