By David Travis Bland | Friday, July 15, 3:48 pm
The mood of the trailer disconcerting — Hitchcock-sque, with rural scenery and long road stretches that haunt this story glimpse in the vein of True Detective’s first season, a sort of sweat and bone madness that the images create.
By Jordan Lawrence | Thursday, July 14, 4:02 pm
The city’s Director of Planning & Zoning Wayne Shuler informed New Brookland Tavern co-owner Mike Lyons yesterday that a Saturday tour stop by The Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue would violate Zoning Ordinance 809, governing the practices of “sexually oriented business.”
8 Days a Week
By Free Times | Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Yes, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is based on the similarly named British television show that follows a pair of charmingly addicted, fad-chasing women.
Through July 30 at Trustus Theatre
By August Krickel | Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Green Day’s American Idiot is a faithful recreation of the play based on Green Day’s 2004 album, a rock opera that won a Grammy for Best Rock Album in 2005 and sold over 15 million copies...
Thursday at Tapp's Arts Center
By Rodney Welch | Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Cynthia Boiter still remembers the first time someone read a story she had written and said yes.
Friday at the Columbia Museum of Art
By Kyle Petersen | Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Giovanni Antonio Canal, or Canaletto, is one of the venerable Venetian Old Master painters, a group of artists who can be largely credited for the Western world’s grand romanticization of the scenic, lagoon-centered city...
By Eva Moore | Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Art Gose is standing in a 13-foot hole dug straight down into a turn-of-the-century town dump somewhere in South Carolina; he’s asked Free Times not to say exactly where it is.
Once you try to justify a mythological concept, it can't help but lose some of its impact.