Local artists, galleries, and businesses will come together on the first Friday from 6pm to 9pm for Savannah’s monthly name First Friday Art March! Featuring spaces between Forsyth Park and Victory Ave., Art March will include local vendors, unique art and handmade crafts, family-friendly activities, and live music!
For over a decade now, The Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah has been repeatedly named the BEST LOCAL FILM SERIES in annual reader polls. The PFS of SAV shows obscure and/or underappreciated films from around the world every Wednesday at the Sentient Bean (and occasionally on other nights as well). Whether extremely well-made or “so bad they’re good,” their selections are always rare, unique and memorable.
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The Psychotronic Film Society salutes the international legacy of one of popular culture’s most loved folk heroes, ZORRO, on the occasion of the 95th Anniversary of the creation of this dashing, masked outlaw who’s got a way with a whip and a foil.
And, much like Zorro himself never reveals his identity, we are not going to reveal in advance the exact title of the film we’ll be showing.
Now, as you may know, there have been over 40 different Zorro movies made worldwide since 1920.
Which one of those many choices will we show?
You’ll just have to buy a ticket, take a chance and find out for yourself.
We hope you’ll trust us to steer you in the right direction, and know that we’d only show a Zorro film that we truly LOVE.
See you there?
We’ll also be raffling off some odd prizes and rare DVDs from the PFS archives before the show.
So, make sure to bring a few extra bucks with you for Raffle Tickets…
$7 admission for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY!
Seating at 7:30pm / Show starts at 8:00pm
Award-Winning Organic Vegetarian Food + Fair-Trade Coffees & Teas + Micro-Brew Beers & Wines Available
While in Athens with the Monkeygrass Jug Band, Brandon Nelson McCoy has been honing in a whole new batch of songs and melodies about love and murder and betrayal and lust. With a rich family history directly running to the McCoy-Hatfield feud, these songs recognize a rich and sometimes unsettling past that is inevitably influential on the present. Expect banjo, guitar and maybe some mandolin from this rare-but-anticipated solo outing in the Low Country.
A poetry and music open mic with an emphasis on sharing new, original, thoughtful work, hosted at the Bean on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Sign up at 7:30, show starts at 8 sharp. Performers are given 4 minutes to do their best work. Original material is encouraged. Visit the Facebook page for more information.
The monthly Open Mic Comedy Night gives you a chance to test out your comedic skills, or just bring your sense of humor and enjoy the show! Usually not family friendly!
The WillowWacks sound like The Avett Brothers and The Civil Wars crashed the recording of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” with Gotye filling in for George Martin while he was out for tea. “The WillowWacks-playing fresh music that defies time. Close your eyes and let the Willow-Wacks EP transport you to a very nice place.” David Luckin NPR Host of The Electro Lounge
“Their music is fresh and lovely. Their songwriting is deeply moving and the harmonies are spot on! Newlyweds Lauren and Micah Gilliam are warmly captivating on stage, and its easy to see that they are also rock-n-roll soul-mates. The WillowWacks will sweetly fill your ears and widely open your eyes…’Comes Back Deep’ is a song that you’ll be chronically whistling after you hear it the first time. Check out The Willow Wacks – I think I love them.” JB Birney – WFCW 88.5 – Flagler College radio
Haints in the Holler is an indie folk rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Since 2008, the band has been touring extensively, sharing stages up and down the East Coast with such notable contemporaries as Vikesh Kapoor, Ruby Fray, and The Melodic.
Years of singles and demo recordings culminated in the group’s first full length album in 2013, a collection of ten original songs entitled Skin and Bones that has garnered the group critical acclaim from some of their home city’s most respected music publications. RVA Magazine wrote of the record, “Acoustic sounds feed the soul with Southern-inspired aural treats,” while Sounds of RVA included Skin and Bones on its widely respected Albums We Loved in 2013.