Page 1

Volume 4 • Number 47• Aug. 17 - Aug. 23 • Savannah’s News, Arts, & Entertainment Weekly•

Open Mike


Liquid Ginger

Angel’s BBQ

@Jenkins Theatre

California divin’

@The Oyster Bar

@Oglethorpe Lane


Poseidon Spa

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Rejuvenating massages and Relaxing facials Open 7 days a week 10am to 7pm, 8am to 4pm Sunday Open to the public Special Midweek 10% off ConnectSavannah discount

700 Drayton St. • Savannah • Overlooking Forsyth Park • Tel: 912-238-5158 • Valet Parking Available

The Biggest Thing We’ve Got™ It’s Big. Locos deli meats - roast beef, ham, smoked turkey and American cheese on a foot long sub roll with Locos famous House dressing, lettuce and tomatoes.




912.236.8711 Dine-In, Delivery, Take-Out & Catering Check out our menu online at

Table of Contents Volume 4, No. 47, August 17, 2005


On the Cover: Pleasant in the city

News Cover Story Letters to Editor


The artists known as Pleasant

10 Readers have their say

Jane Fishman 11

Friedman’s flat world

Health 12

Exercize for children


Cover Story 6

Non Sequitur


From SPD reports

13 Favorite cartoon

News of the Weird 14

Strange but true

Earthweek 15

This week on your planet

Digital Diva 16

New tech column

Cole Kenneth

Vibes Performing Arts 18 Open Mike

Performing Arts 18

Music Menu 19 Local gigs a la carte Connect Savannah

Connect Recommends 24 Concerts of the week Good Show, Will Travel 22 Regional concert listing Soundboard 24 Who’s playing and where

Culture Cuisine 26 Corkscrew 27

Angel’s BBQ Memories Monterey diving

Film Now Showing 30

All the flicks that fit

The 411

Travel 28

Week at a Glance


Our best bets for cool stuff to do

Astroscope 38 What’s your sign?

Call for business rates: 238-2040 Connect Savannah published weekly by Morris Multimedia, Inc Call us: (912) 231-0250. Fax us: 231-9932. Mail us: 1800 E. Victory Dr., Suite 7, Savannah, GA, 31404. Letters to the Editor: Subscriptions 1 yr. for $78 or 6 months for $39. Send check or money order to the above address.




Art Director/Production Manager: Brandon Blatcher ( Graphic Design/Production: Katie Parent (

Michelle Bailey, Susan Magune


Design & Production


Cole Kenneth


Editor-in-Chief: Jim Morekis ( News Editor: Linda Sickler ( Music Editor: Jim Reed ( Contributing Writers: Matt Brunson, Traci Dasher-Sullivan, John Delaney, Richard R. DiPirro, Taylor Eason, Jane Fishman, Bertha Husband, Ashley Jensen, Michael Jordan, Tom Parrish, Mark Thomas Photogs: Cheryl Digiovanni & Gene Witham

ne en •K



z az •J

General Sales Manager: Chris Griffin ( Account Executives: Jay Lane ( Scott Royal ( Chuck Courtenay III(



Acting General Manager: Chris Griffin (






Classifieds 42 They call it “junk,” you call it “couch”


Crossword Puzzle 35 Mental Fun

Now Showing 30

Si l

Classifieds Weather 17 News from the sky

zo Et

. D e s ig n Z e r o • I .C • D o u b le f ia D u e k s io n • S o n x • M is

Happenings 31 All the stuff, all the time


STUDIO NINE, INC. 108 W. Broughton St. Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 232-NINE

Mention This Ad and Get 15% Off!

Travel 28

Exhibits & openings

D ib a - B r o ermani • Ny la • V

Cuisine 26

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Art Patrol 23


Week at a Glance

THE 411|

compiled by Linda Sickler

Final Lunchtime Concert in the Square

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

ry!!! 6th. Hur . t p e S il unt

All 2005 Chevrolet Vehicles in Stock.

What: You know summer must be over when this concert series comes to an end. Bring a sandwich and enjoy the tunes as the American Federation of Musicians presents a performance by the Victorian Ensemble. When: Friday, Aug. 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Where: Wright Square. Cost: Free.

Word Night at NV Wednesday Spoken What: Queen Sheba will be featured perThis event is part of a weekly open Aug. 17 former. mic every Wednesday that headlines some of the biggest names in performance poetry. When: Wednesday, Aug. 17, doors open at 9 p.m. Where: Club NV, corner Bull & Broughton. Call: 508-2998.

Excludes Corvette.

Thursday, Aug. 18 Hwy 17 at 204 921-8782 • 800-938-2336

Live Entertainment Nightlly

• Open Lunch & Dinner 7 days a week

• Happy Hour daily 4-7

Family, Food and Flavor • Indoor and outdoor dining 216 Johnny Mercer

• Private Catering Facility • Gift certificates are available

Wilmington Island (left of Piggly Wiggly) 898-4161

• “Casual Coastal Cuisine” • Sunday Brunch 10-2

$5 OFF Purchase of $25 or more. One coupon per table.

Stratton Leopold with his wife Mary

Friday, Aug. 19

‘One Year of Sweet Memories’ What: A year ago the original Leopold family ice cream recipe (voted 2005’s Best Ice Cream by readers of Connect Savannah) was dusted off and the shop reopened by Stratton Leopold, a native Savannahian who is an executive producer for Paramount PIctures. He has been on location filming Mission: Impossible 3 with Tom Cruise, but will be in town for the anniversary celebration. The celebration will kick-off Thursday with kids’ junior scoops in a cake cone for just one quarter. (One per child ages 12 and under.) Throughout the weekend, other favorites will be available for just a quarter. When: Aug. 18-21. Where: 212 E. Broughton St. Call: 234-4442.

Third Friday Foreign Cinema Presents Onibaba What: This is a stylish and chilling ghost story set in war-ravaged medieval Japan, where a peasant woman and her daughterin-law eke out a living by killing lost soldiers to sell their belongings for grain. Japanese with English subtitles. When: Aug. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Where: The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. Cost: $5. Call: 232-4447.

Tybee Theater Cafe Presents Godspell

See our menu and dining specials at

What: The musical Godspell will be presented by Tybee Theater Cafe, Trinity United Methodist Church and Savannah Children’s Theatre. When: Aug. 19, 20, 26 and 27 and Sept. 2 and 3 at 8 p.m. Also, a matinee will be presented Sunday, Aug. 28 at 3 p.m. Where: Tybee


Theater Cafe, U.S. 80 and Jones Avenue, above Las Palmas restaurant. Cost: Tickets are $18 general admission and $15 for students and seniors. Reservations required. Call: 786-6384.

Back-To-School Poetry Slam

Saturday Aug. 20

Connect Savannah

What: This competition for elementary, middle school and high school students gives them a chance to let their voices be heard. A cash prize will be given to the winner in each division -- $50 to the elementary and middle school winner and $100 to the high school winner. When: Aug. 20. The elementary competition will be 10 a.m. to noon. The middle school competition will be noon to 2 p.m. The high school competition will be 2-4 p.m. Where: The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. Cost: Free. Call: 232-4447.

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

College Funding Workshop

Shorebirds & Shorelines What: Your Wilderness Southeast expert birding guide will introduce you to Georgia’s unique barrier island habitat as well as some of the long-distance flyers returning to the Georgia coast after nesting in the Arctic. Limited to 10 people. When: Sunday, Aug. 21 from 9-11 a.m. Where: Meet at the end of Polk Street on Tybee Island, across from the recycling center. Cost: $10 per person. Call: 8975108.

A.W.O.L. Inc. at The Sentient Bean What: “All Walks Of Life” is an organization of poets, hip-hop artists and performers. Their goal is to promote and provide self-awareness to people of all ages within the community through poetry and spoken word. When: Aug. 21 at 8 p.m. Where: The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. Call: 232-4447. ◗

Week at a Glance Sponsored by:

Sunday Aug. 21

What: College Funding Solutions of Savannah will hold a community workshop to teach parents of high school students about the opportunities available to help them pay the out-of-pocket costs of their children’s college education. When: Aug. 20 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Where: Abercorn Business Center, 12020 Abercorn St. Cost: Free. Call: Reserve a seat by calling 1-800-693-4188.

Cover Story


by Aberjhani


“If I had to choose between the two, I would rather have no money and be true to my art than be rich and produce bullshit.” -- Pleasant

Connect Savannah


THE PAST TWO YEARS have seen installations of work by the Savannah-born artist known as Pleasant spread widely across the globe. Acclaim led to greater and greater acclaim with his “Public Installation of Thought Paintings” at the Centre Pompidou in Paris (2004), his “Suspended Thoughts” exhibitions at the Dust Gallery in London and the Varga in Woodstock, N.Y. (2004). Much more followed with exhibits at the Alexander Platz in Berlin and the Octava Gallery in Sweden (2005). Why so much glamorous fuss and fury over an artist just exiting his twenties and entering his thirties? It is largely because Pleasant -- first name Jalal -- is something of a rarity among fine visual artists. Rather than restricting himself to competently producing beautiful or shocking images that earn appropriate applause, his is the sensibility of an experimental conceptualist that helps to redefine and advance the way people engage art. His bold “Suspended Thoughts” series with its mutable structure and transparent framework is only one example of this specific gift. Just as he uses invented form to challenge the methodologies of his craft, he also employs psychoanalysis as a tool in his art to make daring, sometimes even disturbing, statements regarding the modern human condition. The seriousness of Pleasant’s intent becomes immediately apparent when viewing the psychically charged expressionistic figures of his “Fire Series” or his westSavannah inspired “Fellwood Series.” The in-your-face statements made through the art are generally punctuated further with such provocative titles as: “The Bitter Shame of Men Who Have Been

Raped;” “The Nobody;” “The Day That a Black Man Cried;” and “The Monster Who Chases Me,” among many others. Pleasant’s achievement would appear to be one virtually encoded into his DNA. Take, for example, the fact that his paternal grandfather was William Pleasant Jr., an artist who painted many of the signs that adorned the businesses in Savannah’s City Market and down on River Street. Editor’s Note: William Pleasant is also the name of (E the artist’s brother, known for his local G-8 activism.) Moreover, his maternal grandfather was David Carter, a sculptor who once held the distinction of exhibiting rattan furniture in the Smithsonian Institute and whose miniature figures carved from coconuts won him the name “Coconut Carter.” Then further consider that Pleasant’s late father was William Pleasant III, whose paintings of life in Savannah during the latter half of the twentieth century now hang in the Telfair Museum and various collections around the country. Add to that rich legacy of creative vision a penchant for scientific inquiry inherited from his mother, the former educator

Sadie Carter Pleasant, and the artist’s destiny would indeed seem inevitable. Ironically, Pleasant’s current status as a rising star of the international art scene resulted from the fact that he experienced repeated difficulty finding exhibition spaces for his work in the United States. That he had attended New York’s famed School of Visual Arts, studied with such noted artists as Julian Schnabel, Martha Diamond, and Michael Goldberg, seemed to make no difference. Neither did finding a champion in the form of Austrian art curator Stefan Eins of Fashion Moda fame. Doors of opportunity refused to open for the young artist. Was the issue a matter of racism, cultural politics, personal vendettas, or the normal challenges of a young artist struggling for recognition? Rather than waiting to find out, Pleasant created his own opportunity by submitting work for 2002’s Wrong Exhibition in London and ended up placing himself on the right track to success. Since the death of this father in 1997, the artist has spent very little time in his hometown. However, he recently returned to Savannah both to prepare work for upcoming exhibits overseas and to explore the possibility of working with Stefan Eins on a project aimed at documenting the work and lives of local artists. His own very ambitious work in progress, entitled “Chases Me,” is one that has already begun to stir controversy for its examination of sensitive issues. The artist recently took a break from work in his west Savannah studio to talk with Connect Savannah.

‘The Day I Saw Through the Deported Woman’s Eyes’ (to see Pleasant’s work in full color, go to

Connect Savannah: You’ve described your art as socially conscious, introspective, progressive, and intelligent. What place does the concept or


reality of love occupy in your creative aesthetics? Pleasant: There was a point in my life when I didn’t believe that love existed. I still have issues with the idea of love. I love my art. I love people who influence me. I love those people close to me. The type of love I try to place in my work is a love for humanity, a love for human beings in that I [seek to] represent all human beings in my work. And I try to engage the human experience in an effort to help people better understand themselves, to face their greatest fears. I try to help them come closer together with their feelings as opposed to the opposite, which is so popular these days. Crying is not weakness. And delving into oneself is not weakness either. Only through looking into ourselves do we find strength.

Connect Savannah: Can you give me an example of an analytical observation that later became a work of art of some kind?

continued on page 8

Pleasant: I’ve discovered in myself a different understanding of the world. My perspective is always changing on the world and my art helps to sort of influence that. Even though I Connect Savannah: create the art, I’m ‘Fear’ Even though you also an observer of didn’t get to know it. Sometimes I them while you were growing up, both don’t see the things that other people of your grandfathers, David Carter and see in it. Sometimes I look at it and I William Pleasant Jr., were artists. Your don’t know where some of the things grandfather William Pleasant’s legacy in it come from. I’m not always conto city of Savannah is an enduring one sciously aware when doing my in the form of signs that still hang artwork. I lose all track of time and enter a sort of inner time within myself. outside some buildings in the downtown area. What would you say is Sometimes, though it might sound his legacy to you as an artist and indiweird, I feel that I’m sort of translating vidual? a vision that’s coming through me but that is from someplace else. And once Pleasant: One of the greatest things I’ve completed rendering it, I see that strike me about my grandfather is things in it that I didn’t quite visualize just the fact that he was an artist. And originally. It always evolves into somethat he endured a lot of the discrimithing quite unique and different from nation and stuff of that era [the mid what I originally planned. I like to doc1900s] to survive and be able to pass ument the human moment. I like to on his knowledge to his son, in the document the human self and self disarts, who then passed it on to me. It covery. My analysis is an analysis of self, an introspective analysis. I also do was his influence that led my father to take up the visual arts and that enable observations of people in my travels. me to do the things I do today. And I note how people react to things,


Pleasant: I did one controversial painting called “The Man Who Was Labeled Sexist.” It was based upon an individual that I knew, who was called sexist because of certain comments he made about women. However, the comments stemmed from his own personal background, which included female abuse against him. So I did a painting based on my analysis of him. The painting was a conclusion in which I sort of depict him as being attacked from outside by these figures. And he’s sort of being covered by this liquid or material that’s like preventing him from moving. He’s like in this awkward sort of stance where it looks as if he’s unable to really move but he’s also trying to protect himself. And the needles are sort of sticking him. But he’s still a human being. And he still has feelings. There’s a lot of I could say about that painting, but it’s a very interesting one I did that was directly based on my analysis of someone I knew.

Connect Savannah

Connect Savannah: Along those same lines, you’ve also described your work as an art of analysis. What would you say are some of the more important things you’ve discovered during the course of this analysis through art?

their perspectives on themselves, and life, and art. I draw conclusions from my observations and those conclusions end up as paintings.

Cover Story

continued from page 7

Pleasant: He painted in his own particular style and didn’t try to conform himself to what other people wanted. He was also able to reflect his own identity

Connect Savannah: Speaking of progression in your art, the work you’re doing now is an ambitious project called “Chases Me.” This seems to be following a theme you established in earlier work.

Connect Savannah: So the monster that chases you is really misperception? Pleasant: Right, and that face is always put in front of mine. And I try to stay one step ahead of him, try to outrun him every day, but the monster that chases me is always following me, always trying to track me down, and I elude him many times. Sometimes he does catch me. The painting is the basis for one of my next upcoming projects, and which will be one of my most powerful pieces. I’ve shown details from it to a few people and it’s already considered controversial.

Pleasant: It’s time for me to evolve with my art, and this thing definitely represents the next step for me. It pushes moreso the conceptual aspects of my work. It integrates it full-on into my sculpture and my paintings. It’s a combination of all those things combined and fused together, to literally make a threedimensional painting in my style that is conceptual but at the same time just as in depth as “FIRE” and all those other paintings. And it’s socially conscious, it makes sociopolitical comments; however, at the same time it fulfills that category for commercial art, and pop art, and that kind of stuff. So it’s about contradictions sort of coexisting together in the same space but being one. It’s heavy, man. ◗

Aberjhani is co-author of the awardwinning Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance and author of I Made My Boy Out of Poetry. To comment in a letter to the editor, e-mail us at

Award Winning Restaurant


D a i



y R E

c a l l


ch a n g e



Taste Of Savannah!

9 1 2 - 4 4 3 - 0 8 8 8

5 years running with





B & Opening November 2005

River Street’s Hottest New Lounge. Outside Seating, Martinis and more...

AlL Wines Are Sold by the glass Mon.-Bring your Dog to Dinner Wed.- “Fabulous” Pink Patio Party • Sat.- Open Mic night featuring local talent



Connect Savannah: What about his life and legacy makes you most proud?

as well as the African American and American experience within his work. He told me if I didn’t follow my own path that I would indeed be an artist but that I wouldn’t be as significant as I could be. He said I would then be emulating as opposed to being progressive. Progression within the arts lies within experimenting and creating new ways of rendering things and processes. Even if it doesn’t catch on, even if I’m dead and it doesn’t catch on, one day it will. And that takes the world forward.

Connect Savannah: Controversy follows your work, from responses to you doing things like endowing male sculptures with visible genitalia, placing President Bush’s face on an English pound note and the image of a Muslim woman in the painting “The Day I Saw Through the Deported Woman’s Eyes.” Some would be apprehensive about this new work.


Connect Savannah

Pleasant: Oh no, I feel like I’m an extension of him. I feel that I’m continuing the legacy that he began. One of the things he told me before he died to was to go abroad and to push my work wherever I could. He warned me that I could get blackballed and rejected. He said, “Take the world as your platter. And just keep on. You have an opportunity to things I never had in this life.”

Some of Pleasant’s works

Pleasant: I did a painting titled “The Monster Who Chases Me.” In some ways it kind’a looks like a stereotypical sort of “Sambo” type face. A cartoony face. However, this has a lot to do with some of my experiences in the art world and stuff. I feel that no matter what I say or do, I present myself and my art in a very sophisticated way. But “The Monster Who Chases Me” is that face that represents some people’s perspective on who or what I’m supposed to be. And it always chases me. I try to keep ahead of the monster that chases me because he’s not really me. He was made by somebody else.


Connect Savannah: Although there were many trained black artists in the North during the mid-1900s, it was rare to hear about a black artist in the South who traveled north to formally study art and then returned to the South. But your father did exactly that, studying at Delaware State College of Dover, the Tyler School of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and York College of York, Penn. Now that his works hang all over the country, do you ever feel like you’re competing with him as an artist?





For Employment Opportunities Call (912)238 -1234


1611 Habersham Street at 33rd ✪


How satisfied are you with your bank? Stop by your nearest Wachovia Financial Center today, call 800-WACHOVIA (922-4684) or visit

We want you to know: Free Checking is for personal accounts only. Other fees may apply. © 2005 Wachovia Corporation. Wachovia Bank, N.A., and Wachovia Bank of Delaware, N.A., are Members FDIC.

You don’t have to settle for free when there’s extra free. Now you can get daily balance alerts by e-mail. Rewards points for everyday purchases. Over 5,000 ATMs. And Online Banking with BillPay. All for free. That’s the way regular checking becomes Extra Free Checking.

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5


Connect Savannah

What they call free checking, we call a good start.




Letters to the Editor: Connect Savannah prints letters from across the spectrum of ideas. Printing a letter does not necessarily imply our endorsement of the opinions expressed therein. Letters may be edited for space and clarity..

• E-mail: • Snail mail to: 1800 E. Victory Dr., Suite 7, Savannah, GA 31404 • Fax: 231-9932

Connect Savannah


Fishman column on SCAD a ‘biased hatchet job’ Editor, I'm frankly very disappointed in Jane Fishman's latest rant against the Savannah College of Art and Design (“Getting some heat and giving it too,� Aug. 3) It seems, based on this article, that when she can't come up with substantive and pithy content, suggestion and innuendo with some selective reframing of events and their context will work just fine, eh? I've never seen a more biased hatchet job. Maybe she should try looking up a few facts, hmmm? Like the following: 1. ACA approached SCAD with the idea of an integration of programs, unlike Ms. Fishman's characterization that implies that this affiliation is a hostile act by SCAD. 2. The terms of the 1996 out-of-court settlement, as Ms. Fishman indicates, were sealed, but that does not seem to stop her from speculating publicly about what she thinks may have happened or why.

3. Not only are the college's finances a matter of public record, but they are also a matter of scrutiny for the college's accreditation agency, which reaffirmed the college's financial good standing as recently as 1999. 4. Recently hired faculty members at ACA do not have tenure. But of course, why allow facts to get in the way of a good hatchet job? To turn Ms. Fishman's own phrase: who need facts when you've got a grudge? I'm writing this e-mail to make sure you're aware of just how precarious some of the comments she's made are and that you've taken steps to inform Ms. Fishman that innuendo, speculation, and suggestion are not the basis of an adequate foundation for honest journalism. Kevin Conlon Editor’s Note: While some of Mr. Conlon’s points may remain debatable, his fourth point is unarguable. The Atlanta College of Art has not offered tenure for quite some years now, though a few long-serving faculty do retain tenure under a prior agreement.


The facts about terrorism

The new silent majority?

Editor, While mourning the senseless loss of innocent life in London’s recent bomb attacks we need to be reminded of a few very simple facts: It is a fact is that the so-called war against terror in Iraq has worked in reverse. It is a fact that Saddam’s Iraq was not a hot-bed for terrorist activity, while that’s exactly what it is now that we have removed him and “saved� the people he oppressed. It is a fact that we are spending a tiny fraction of what needs to be spent to secure our cities and borders from terrorist attack; it’s also a fact that what is needed can’t and won’t be spent--not this year nor in any year we can reasonably expect to shine a future light upon. How do we explain these most critical facts? Very simply: We wasted the huge surplus left by the Clinton administration (while squandering our grand-children’s inheritances) on tax breaks for the wealthy and the “war on terror� in IRAQ! Archie Wilson

Editor, Surveys and polls where anonymity is the norm indicate a new party forming: Closet Liberals. By large majorities the public is in favor of socialized medicine, minimum wage increases, women’s right to chose, status quo Social Security. Conversely they are opposed to special interest groups, unfair complicated tax codes, unjust wars, executive, legislative and judicial lies deceiving the public. The strong right wing conservative minority has branded the liberal agenda as an unpatriotic extremist left wing underclass. Combined with the vast majority of the media, they expound the tried and true formula: If you tell a lie long and loud enough, the public perceives it as the truth. Combining all of the above with a heavy dose of being part of the group, image, religion and the American flag, they have succeeded in forming the Closet Liberal Party. Sal Miceli

Tired of your old rings? Keep the stones, change the setting. Come check out our selection of blank mountings.

Expert Jewelry Repair Same Day Service While You Wait






32 Barnard Street • (912) 238-0664

Jane Fishman



Re-leveling the playing field


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2005 7:30PM Savannah Civic Center Arena SEE SAVANNAH'S OWN







5 Undercard Events 2 CO-MAIN EVENTS featuring



JOSE FELIX of Savannah, GA



CESAR FIGUEROA Mexico City, Mexico

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

ing to do any amount of grunt work to work their way up. Do you know many youngsters in the U.S. like that? I don’t. But that’s not all. Did you know that in 2003, accountants in this country outsourced some 25,000 basic tax returns, maybe yours, maybe mine, to accountants in India? Not so many, you say. Except that in 2004 the figure jumped to 100,000 and that in 2005 it’s expected to be 400,000. It’s all about a “work flow software program with a standardized format that makes the outsourcing of tax returns cheap and easy,” says Friedman. The next time you’re in a doctor’s office listening to your doctor speak into a Dictaphone, it’s entirely possible his or her voice is being downloaded, digitized and transcribed by someone in -- you guessed it -- India. Then, two hours later - overnight , not the typical two-week lag time if someone in the next office were doing the report -- and at one-fifth the cost, the results are returned to the doctor’s billing file. Not all the innovations are overseas. From Friedman I learned how the airline known as JetBlue has started to outsource its entire reservation system to housewives in Utah in a system they call, “homesourcing.” I read about a McDonald’s off Interstate 55 near Cape Girardeau, Mo. one of 12 McDonald’s owned by the same person - where the “voice” taking your order is in a call center in Colorado Springs, 900 miles away. Why? Lower costs, greater speed, fewer mistakes. There’s a lot more. A whole chapter on Wal-Mart, of course. And UPS. How the brown company now repairs Toshiba laptops computers at a warehouse near its Louisville hub -- to save time and money. How it hooked up with Papa John’s pizza, Nike and Mail Boxes, Etc.,o schedule the delivery of supplies. All very interesting, I’m thinking. Especially after I pick up Sunday’s New York Times and read about tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers who still lack proper body armor. All very interesting since the Pentagon has known about this problem since May 2004. Here’s the kicker: the equipment is not expected to be ready for several months. Why? Because of delays in the Pentagon’s procurement system. Earth to Washington, D.C. -- let’s get it together, guys. Because if you don’t, someone else will. ◗


Connect Savannah

I AM AWASH IN THOMAS FRIEDMAN’S book, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century. I didn’t want to start it. I have a stack of titles perfect for summer when the day is long, the light good and the time leisurely, including a formidable (and improbable) book club offering, The Way We Live Now, a 1,024-page tome by the prolific and lengthy Anthony Trollope. But everywhere I go -- Savannah’s airport, the beach off South Haven, Mich., the Broughton Street Starbuck’s -- I see people bent over Friedman’s book. It was the woman at the beach who convinced me. If she could sit there in that delicious Michigan air, 10 feet from that delicious lake water and stick her nose in this book of nonfiction instead of looking for Petosky stones or rocks with holes in them or decades-old pieces of glass we call glassies -- and then say she thinks the book should be required reading for all high school students -- well, right then and there, I moved it up on the list. As with many of Friedman’s columns, the book is about the effects of globalization, the lightning-quick passage of business and what the creation of the Web is doing to level the playing field across the planet. It’s about what happens when a country allocates most of its resources to the military. In Friedman’s optimistic way, he is encouraged that change can come from individuals, not governments or corporations. But the subtext is what happens when the U.S. government gets bogged down in war instead of internal infrastructure. When it uses fear instead of hope as a way to rally the masses. When greed for oil replaces common sense. It’s about what happens when leaders in developing countries who have always valued education and learning -can you say India and China? -- seize the day (and the software) and rub a few brains cells together. We already know what happens when we dial for help with our computers. We reach a very polite, very competent, very low-paid, very satisfied worker in India. Right now there are about 245,000 Indians answering phones from all over the world or dialing out to solicit people for credit cards of cell phone bargains or overdue bills. It’s not just because they work cheaper, Friedman says. it’s because they’re smart, ambitious, hungry and will-



Tickets on Sale NOW! For ARENA Seating call the Civic Center Box Office (912) 651-6556 AREA Seating is also available online @: WWW.ETIX.COM

ASK ABOUT VIP TABLE SEATING!! Tabled seating includes buffet dinner for 8 & beverages



In Memory of Amanda Jarrell

Don Chargin Productions

E-mail Jane at

Local photos by



Uptown Gardening & Hardware “LOOK FOR THE PURPLE AWNING”


all pottery

(Glazed, Italian, Vietnamese)

509 Barnard St. (JUST





Hours: closed Mon, Tues-Fri 10 am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Summer Just Got A Whole Lot Cooler •• Now Now Available: Available: Cookies Cookies & & Cream, Cream, Frozen Frozen Green Green Tea Tea •• Ice Ice Coffee Coffee & & Ice Ice Tea Tea Latte Latte •• Locally Locally Roasted Roasted Coffee Coffee

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5


•• As As Seen Seen on on Food Food Network Network w/ w/ Paula Paula Deen Deen •• Daily Daily Lunch Lunch Specials Specials •• Free Free Wireless Wireless Internet Internet Access Access •• Full Full Daily Daily Breakfast Breakfast 7am 7am -- 10am 10am •• Wide Wide variety variety of of Pastries, Pastries, Croissants, Croissants, Cakes, Cakes, Bagels, Bagels, Muffins, Muffins, Fresh Fresh Fruit Fruit & & Sandwiches, Sandwiches, Baked Baked Daily Daily

S Sa av va an nn na ah hC Co offffe ee eh ho ou usse eC Ca affe e (Formerly (Formerly Savannah Savannah Coffee Coffee Roasters) Roasters)

77 E. E. Congress Congress St. St. •• 232-JAVA 232-JAVA Mon-Fri: 5pm8am Sat- & Sun:Sun: 8am9am - 4pm Mon-Fri: 7am6:30am - 6pm - Sat: 5pm - 5pm

Do you like

people? Do you like

A docent is a volunteer who leads tours and assists with educational programs for visitors of all ages and backgrounds. No experience necessary


You’ll like being a docent at the Telfair Museum of Art! An open house for prospective docent candidates will be held at 3:30 p.m. on August 31 at the Telfair Academy. Interested individuals should contact Sara Ward at 912.232.1177 x25 by August 30 to receive an information packet and 121 Barnard Street application form.



by Drs. Karen and Clark Voss

Getting kids to exercise WE’RE ALL CON CERNED about the rampant rise in childhood obesity. The dangers of this epidemic are well documented—from type II diabetes to impaired bone and muscle growth. The trick to circumventing this problem is to motivate your youngsters to exercise and adopt healthy lifestyle choices. Encourage walking to school. The Partnership for a Walkable America ( has organized International Walk to School Week and Walk to School Day. To keep walking to school safe and ensuring some exercise for yourself, trade off with other parents or caregivers to accompany young children. Also, make sure older children and teens are well educated about safety and suggest walking to school in groups. Children learn best by example. Opt for the stairs, instead of taking the escalator or elevator. You can park further from the door at the mall. Instead of urging your little ones to go outside to play while you lounge on the couch, initiate family bike rides or walks as often as schedules will allow. After dinner is a particularly good time for this diversion, as an alternative to watching television. “Over the past two decades, the percentage of overweight children has doubled and sedentary behaviors, such as watching television and playing video or computer games, have become a part of everyday life.” (Fam Community Health 2002;25:10.) One study revealed that youngsters spend about 40 hours per week pursuing these electronic diversions, and approximately one in three children, ages two to seven, have a television in their bedroom. In another study, researchers found that “almost 40 percent of children had a TV set in their bedroom; they were more likely to be overweight and spent more time (4.6 hours per week) watching TV/videos than children without a TV in their bedroom.” (Pediatrics 2002;109(6):1028-35.) Television may be just one of several sedentary behaviors, but it packs a double punch when calorie-laden commercials are added to the mix. A justreleased Australian study states, “Television advertising of food to children is a contributing factor to childhood obesity. Food advertisements on Australian TV occur frequently and the majority of content is for foods high in saturated fat and sugar, most notably fast foods, chocolate and sugared cereals.” (Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2004;13:60.)

Banning TV altogether may not be necessary. One study involving youngsters between the ages of five and seven showed health-promoting videos have a distinctly positive impact on little ones. A 15-minute exposure to an animated, interactive video about physical activity and cardiovascular health increased health knowledge by 25.4 percent compared to those who didn’t watch it. This may hold promise as one component of a family or community intervention to improve public health. (Fam Community Health 2002;25:10.) Being involved in sports is a great way for youngsters to get in shape while having fun and sharing time with friends. The key here, however, is to encourage— not force—your child’s participation in sports. Try exposing them to several sports and then allow them to choose those they find most interesting. A creative way to facilitate accountability and keep youngsters motivated to exercise is to encourage them to keep an exercise log. This allows them to track their progress, to note the distance they’ve covered walking, running or biking and to set future goals. Girls, by the age of five or six, already exercise less than boys, according to Neil Armstrong of the Children’s Health and Exercise Research Center at the University of Exeter, UK. He suggests that overprotective parents are to blame. “It’s certainly not a physiological reason. Even at crawling age, they’re [parents] allowing boys to be more adventurous than girls.” (New Sci 2000;168:16.) Armstrong isn’t alone in his theory that parents should encourage girls to enjoy the same level of physical activity and sports as their male siblings. Mayer Hillman, a researcher at the Policy Studies Institute in London, agrees that girls are overprotected. He found “only one in nine girls is allowed out alone during the day, compared with one in three boys.” (NewSci 2000;168:16.) Remember, physical activity shouldn’t be forced or used as punishment regardless of a child’s age. “Exercise should be a routine part of daily life and parents should join in, not just sit on the sidelines and watch their children romp.” (Child Health Alert 2002:2.) Adults should never start an exercise program without first consulting their healthcare provider. The same goes for children, so go seek advice together. The alliance you set with your youngsters will not only bond you, but will create a lifestyle pattern they can follow as they grow up. ◗

Karen and Clark Voss have a family wellness chiropractic clinic in Savannah at 5704 Skidaway Rd. Call 356-5886.




from recent Savannah/Chatham Police incident reports

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Non Sequitur


by Wiley Miller

All cases from recent Savannah/Chatham Police Department incident reports. Give anonymous crime tips to Crimestoppers at 234-2020

Connect Savannah

• A FENDER BENDER on Skidaway the man for the same offense five Road last week turned into a drug bust minutes earlier at Ott Street and Park when the driver that caused the wreck Lane. The man had not even waited to began acting suspiciously. Officer get out of sight before getting on the Patrick Johnson witnessed a minor bike instead of walking it. When he was wreck as he sat in traffic at the corner of stopped a second time, the man became Skidaway and Bona Bella Road. As visibly upset and raised his voice. He Officer Johnson approached the wreck, also began to pace and move his arms in he could see the driver of the Ford an aggressive manner. Because the man Crown Victoria that had rear ended a had been cooperative and agreeable Ford Expedition attempting to get out of during the first stop, he had not been the paspatted senger down. The side. second Johnson time, he detained was the driver searched -- who and a knife was and some driving marijuana without a were dislicense -covered, before he and he was could arrested. escape. He placed •A the driver Waldburg in the Some of the drugs and cash found after a collision on Skidaway Street resrear of his ident called patrol car, police to checked on the driver of the Expedition say a man unknown to him was trying to and called for an ambulance. As Johnson enter his house, saying that he “lives checked the passenger side of the there.” When an officer arrived at the Crown Victoria he spotted a handgun in scene, the man was observed at East the sand. Johnson asked the driver if it Broad Street and Park Avenue. The reswas his. He said, “No.” A pat-down ident told the officer the man had come search revealed $3465 in small bills. to his door and had been banging and Johnson requested a K-9 to the scene. K- pulling on it as if trying to enter. He told 9 Officer Drayton and his partner, Chip the man to leave and then called police. found a large quantity of powder cocaine He then went outside and saw the man in and marijuana on the passenger side of his driveway, near his car, and told him to the vehicle. Again Johnson asked the leave again. The man was brought to the driver if the drugs were his. Again he house and the resident positively idensaid, “No.” He was arrested and charged tified him. Although the resident said he with Trafficking Controlled Substance, did not want to press criminal trespass Possession of Marijuana with Intent to charges, he did sign a form banning the Distribute, Possession of a Firearm, man from the premises. Following Too Close, and Driving Without a License. • Police were called to a local hotel in reference to a possible stabbing. Upon • An officer responded to a Stuyvesant arrival, an officer spoke to a man who Street residence in Liberty City in refsaid he had seen a blood trail that led to erence to a complaint of a threat with a a room on the second floor. He said he handgun. Upon arrival, the officer was had talked with a woman in the he room, met by a man who said an acquaintance who said she did not know what haphad phoned in the complaint and he had pened. The officer then talked to the no idea why the police were at his resiwoman, who said she didn’t know what dence. The officer informed him that happened because she was in the police had been told he may have shower. After talking with the officers pointed a handgun at his acquaintance. further, she said her ex-husband came The man denied doing that. The acquainup to her room and started knocking on tance then arrived on the scene and her door. When she opened it, she again stated that the man had pointed a realized who it was and attempted to handgun at him. There were no witshut the door. They struggled back and nesses to support either side. Warrant forth. She said that he then left the area. proceedings were explained and the Later, the woman’s husband contacted acquaintance was advised to stay away police and said his wife had stabbed him. from the man and his residence. A witness at the scene corroborated the man’s story, and the woman was • A man riding a bicycle on Waters arrested and charged with aggravated Avenue was stopped because his bicycle assault. ◗ had no lights. The officer had stopped


News of the Weird


Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Priorities Intact In July, after word got out that the video game “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” could be fitted with an online update to make some of its scenes explicitly sexual, an 85-year-old grandmother in New York sued the company, Rockstar Games, for having failed to rate the game AO (adults only, age 18 and up) to take account of the modification. However, Florence Cohen apparently freely purchased the M-rated version (age 17 and up) for her then-14-year-old grandson, even though it invites players to murder, steal and engage in gang violence and attacks on police. She complained only when she found out that the M version’s unexplicit sex and partial nudity could be made explicit.

News That Sounds Like a Joke (1) In July, as teams of povertystricken soccer players from around the world showed up in Scotland for the “Homeless World Cup,” immigration officials denied entry to players from Kenya, Zambia, Burundi, Cameroon and Nigeria because they lacked funds for lodging and meals during the tournament. (2) In March, when Knoxville, Tenn., prosecutors ordered 582 parents of chronically truant students to a meeting to advise them of their responsibility to get their kids to school, 241 failed to show up.

Can’t Possibly Be True Scientists at the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research in Pittsburgh announced in June that they had drained dogs’ blood from their bodies, filled them with a replacement fluid, and then

by Chuck Shepherd

revived them by successfully reinfusing blood three hours later, thus creating for a time “zombie” dogs. During the three hours, the dogs were clinically dead, with no heartbeat or brain activity, but after reinfusion and electric shocks, they came back to life, normal with no brain damage. (Not all dogs made it back, though.) A spokesman said the technique could be tried on humans within a year. In this year’s Maccabiah Games in July in Tel Aviv, historically open only to Jews and Israelis, the 84-kg. weight class of Greco-Roman wrestling was won by Mohammad Babulfath, an Iranian-born Muslim who wrestles out of Sweden. Maccabiah authorities attribute their admission error to the inartfulness of their announcement on a wrestling Web site, phrased as an “invitation” to Maccabiah, which led Babulfath and two non-Jewish teammates to believe that they had been formally invited to compete. Once they showed up, Maccabiah officials decided to let them wrestle.

Inexplicable A Philadelphia firefighter was hospitalized in critical condition, and his wife and their three children injured, in Atlantic City in June after an accident at the Steel Pier amusement park. The five were in a ride car on the Big Splash, where after a descent, the car was to slide into the water at a high speed and soak everyone, but apparently the park workers on duty had either forgotten to put water in the basin or had not noticed that it had all drained out.

Poor Candidates for Rehabilitation: Paul Meeter, 21, just released from jail in Elk Grove, Calif., in June on traffic charges, was arrested a few hours later and charged with smuggling out the orange jumpsuit he had been wearing while behind bars. And a 15-year-old boy, who had a juvenile-court hearing on a theft charge in Macon, Ga., in July, was accused of stealing about $600 from the blind snack bar operator in the lobby of the courthouse.

Unclear on the Concept In Lebanon, Ohio, Donna Rose, 39, pleaded guilty in June after being accused by prosecutors of allowing an older man to have sex with her then-15year-old daughter. Rose’s behavior came to light when the man was arrested, at which time he produced a note, signed by Rose, which he apparently believed would absolve him. The note read: “(Curtis Lee Barnes) always had and will (have permission to have sex) until she is 18 or until they break up.” (Barnes was convicted earlier, and both he and Rose were designated as sex offenders.) Disbarred lawyer Robert M. Short, who was convicted in June for stealing $439,000 from his former Vienna, Va., law firm and who had been on the lam for two years, received a suspended sentence from Circuit Judge Leslie Alden (except for four months in jail), in part based on his promise to pay restitution of $245,000 to the law firm. However, Short’s offer was to pay it at a rate of $50 a month, which, without interest, would take 408 years to pay off.

Teachers With Standards High school basketball coach Drew Sanders, 49, was arrested in New York City in July in connection with his method of inspiring two of his summerprogram players not to miss free throws. Sanders was charged with more than 20 instances of spanking the boys’ bare but-

tocks for missed shots. And the New York Post, citing a school system investigator, reported in April that high school teacher Rhianna Ellis, 25, had gotten pregnant from an affair with one of her students but had nonetheless later graded the boy a barely passing “65” in her social studies class, due to his laziness and tardiness.

Least Competent People The Chicago Tribune reported in June that a man waiting for a train at the Sox/35th Street station on the South Side had been taken to the hospital after a train knocked him unconscious as he bent over the rail platform looking for the cell phone he had just dropped. And WSB-TV reported in June that a man had been hospitalized in Forest City, Ga., after, according to a witness, attempting to repair a speaker wire by using, in some undisclosed way, a .22-caliber bullet. “At some point,” the station reported, “the man ended up with a piece of wire in his neck.”

Recurring Themes News of the Weird has reported on Americans singularly obsessed, beyond all distraction, with the alleged illegality of U.S. income taxes. In July, an Australian family was convicted in Melbourne of defrauding the Tax Office, after converting its farm in Victoria into the “Principality of Ponderosa,” claiming it was an independent kingdom that owed Australia nothing for its income from polystyrene box manufacturing. Virgilio Rigoli and his sons (including “Little Joe,” 25) had issued a Declaration of Independence in 1994 and required passports for anyone crossing the border “from” Australia. According to their lawyer, what initially angered the Rigolis was the Department of Agriculture’s bulldozing a crop that had become infested with a pest. ◗

Help other women have a baby. Be an Egg Donor. Give the Gift of Life to an infertile couple.

GEORGIA CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE 5354 Reynolds Street Ph: 912-352-8588 • Fx: 912-352-8893

Call to find out about our anonymous egg donor program. • Women needed, ages 21-30 • All procedures done in Savannah, no travel required. Please call today 352-8588 * Compensation $3000




by Steve Newman

Leatherback Extinction

• Nicaragua’s Concepcion Malaysia’s governVolcano exploded with ash and ment-sponsored gasses, which soared above a Turtle Information volcanic island in the Great 4.6 5.5 Center warned that Lake of Nicaragua. Island resi0 3.4 +119 the giant leatherback turtle has dents were warned during the Irene 5.3 Death Valley, 4.7 4.6 virtually disappeared from its tra- California previous week that such an ex5.0 Matsa ditional nesting sites along the plosion could occur. 5.0 country’s beaches in the past 25 Sanvu years. Hundreds of the giant tur- Fernanda 4.5 4.6 More than a million tles used to lay their eggs in the people in China’s coarse yellow sand at Rantau Zhejiang province Abang, but only one has apand the city of peared so far this summer. The Shanghai were evacuated beother five locations around the fore powerful Typhoon Matsa world where leatherbacks lay roared ashore. The storm killed eggs have also seen sharp deat least 10 people as it upclines. Malaysian fisheries perrooted thousands of trees, sonnel have monitored the -122 0 flooded 20,000 houses and turtle’s arrival for decades, and Vostok, Week Ending August 12, 2005 Antarctica brought down 400 high-tension transferred the eggs to hatchpower lines. Tropical Storm eries to protect them from natureported nearly 1,000 cases of “suffocaSanvu skirted the northern Philippines ral predators as well as from people who A magnitude 5.3 tremor in tion” due to the airborne sand, with one and was aiming for China’s Guangdongeat the eggs as a delicacy and aphrosouthwest China injured nearly fatality. Fujian coast late in the week. disiac. About a half million leatherback a dozen people as it wrecked • Tropical Storm Irene was expected to hatchlings have been released since 1961, about 3,700 houses along the reach hurricane strength as it approached but only a few adults have returned to More than 100 large monkeys border of Yunnan and Sichuan provinces. the southeastern United States. Hurricane nest. in southwest Bangladesh’s • Buildings around Ho Chi Minh City were Fernanda moved westward across the Kushtia district refused to take cracked by a rare earthquake centered Pacific between Mexico and Hawaii. A bitter Antarctic chill brought food for several days as they just off the coast of southern Vietnam. freak snowstorms to southmourned the murder of one of their troup, • Earth movements were also felt in metAn eerie parade of fish and eastern Australia, forcing the according to press reports. Forest officer ropolitan Tokyo, northeastern Japan, the other marine life was observed closure of several major highof Kushtia, Towsiful Bari Khan, told the central Philippines, southern Iran, northalong the coast of southwest ways as well as schools. Melbourne reXinhua news agency that a young man west Turkey, northern Greece, northern Florida, in what some believe ceived its first significant snowfall since lured the victim into a cage with a banana, Italy and northern Venezuela. was an attempt by the animals to escape June 25, 1986, while the previous major then beat it to death while the other mona red tide outbreak. Swimmers at Melbourne snowfall was in 1951. Snow keys looked on. The horrified simians A volcano on Australia’s most Englewood Beach were shocked by the was reported down to sea level across broke branches and protested loudly as remote territory, the tiny and unsight of crab, grouper, snapper, eel, Tasmania and along much of the Victoria the man threw the monkey’s body into a inhabited McDonald Island in shrimp, flounder and other sea creatures coast northward to Canberra and New river. Kahn said that the surviving monthe Southern Ocean, erupted for — all swimming southward in a mile-long South Wales. keys scoured the river for days without the first time since 2001. Eruptions during narrow band. Marine biologists said they eating, in search of the victim’s body. the past 13 years have doubled the size of had never before seen such a phenomePolice are searching for the killer, named A severe Iraqi sandstorm the World Heritage-listed sub-Antarctic isnon, but speculated the creatures could only as Ujjal. brought Baghdad to a virtual land. The volcano had lain dormant for be swimming away from a deadly algal standstill and sent hundreds of 75,000 years until 1992, when it erupted bloom. ◗ people to hospitals and clinics for the first time in modern history. with respiratory distress. Yarmuk Hospital

Tropical Cyclones


Fish Parade

Baghdad Sandstorm


Jeff Kirk

Average: Water: High


91° 83° Gulf Stream Low 72° 86°

Rain Gauge Total July rain through 7th: 0.82”, normal 1.59”, -0.77” for the month. Total 2005 rain: 28.58”, normal 30.56”, 1.98” for the year.

Daytime Tides for Wed through Sun: Wed 06:04AM L

12:15PM H

06:34PM L


06:43AM L

01:01PM H

07:23PM L


07:28AM L

01:52PM H

08:20PM L


08:22AM L

02:48PM H

09:25PM L


09:24AM L

03:48PM H

10:32PM L

Call toll free for Jeff’s daily forecast: 1-866-369-2228


0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Australian Snowstorm

Connect Savannah

Monkey Mourning

Digital Diva



Media mayhem

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

I try to use my Windows media player but every time I click on it I get the message an internal application error has occurred. What can I do to get my media player to work again? — Waiting to hear again

•Lose 6-20 inches in 1 hour! •Reduce unsightly Cellulite! Wear snug jeans in, wear loose ones out!

Take YEARS off your face with our antiage face taping! Non-invasive procedure!

SUDDENLY SLENDER YOU NOT dehydration! “An amazing wrap!”


Fine Sterling Silver Exclusive Accessories Dynamic Interior Accents

Now Open 325 W. Broughton St. • 233-3237

You didn’t specify your operating system, but here’s a go: This issue may occur if one or more of the Jscript registry key settings are incorrect. This behavior may also occur if the Jscript.dll file is missing or damaged. To resolve this issue, try the following. Method 1: Reregister Jscript.dll and Vbscript.dll 1. Click Start, and then click Run. 2. In the Open box, type regsvr32 jscript.dll, and then click OK twice. 3. Click Start, and then click Run. 4. In the Open box, type regsvr32 vbscript.dll, and then click OK twice. If either of the files do not register as expected, or if you receive an error message, the system file may be missing or damaged. To extract the missing file in Windows XP, follow these steps: 1. Click Start, and then click Run. 2. In the Open box, type msconfig, and then click OK. Click Expand File. 3. In the File to restore box, type the name of the file that you want to restore. 4. In the Restore from box, type the path of the Windows XP .cab file where you want to restore the file, or click Browse From to locate the Windows XP .cab file. (Note: The Windows XP .cab files are stored in the I386 folder on the Windows XP CD). 5. In the Save file in box, type the path where you want to extract the new file, or click Browse to locate the folder that you want. Click Expand. 6. In the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click OK. If you are prompted to, click Restart. Open a dialog box that previously experienced the issue that is described in the “Symptoms” section of this article. If the issue recurs, go to the next method. Method 2: Edit the registry. Warning: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems that result from using Registry Editor incorrectly. Use at your own risk. Yes, please backup your registry before editing anyway, here we go: 1. Click Start, and then click Run. 2. In the Open box, type regedit, then click OK.

3. Locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ CLASSES\CLSID\{f414c260-6ac0-11cfb6d1-00aa00bbbb558}\In procServer32 The (Default) value data should contain the following: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\JSCRIPT.DLL If it does not, double-click Default, type C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\JSCRIPT.DLL in the Value data box, and then click OK. 4. The ThreadingModel value data should contain the following value: Both If it does not, double-click ThreadingModel, and then type Both in the Value data box. 5. Locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ CLASSES\CLSID\{f414c261-6ac0-11cfb6d1-00aa00bbbb558}\In procServer32 6. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to edit this key, and then go to step 7. 7. Locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ CLASSES\CLSID\{f414c262-6ac0-11cfb6d1-00aa00bbbb558}\In procServer32 8. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to edit this key, and then exit Registry Editor. By the way, always plan B: Download the latest Winamp instead. It can do all the things Media Player does. But a lot better. Want even better sound quality? Download the plug in “Enhancer 01.” It’s free.

Your Security Why do I need a firewall on my computer system? Is it really necessary to have one installed? — Brian K. If your computer is not protected when you connect to the net, hackers can gain access to personal information on your computer —if they can, trust me, they WILL. Those little terrorists can install code on your computer that can destroy files, cause malfunctions and other calamities. These jerks can also actually use your computer to cause problems on other computer systems that are connected to the internet (this helps to hide their identity). Some can also help to prevent others from using your computer to attack other computers without you even knowing. Using a firewall is essential. Also, if you own XP and install SP2 it has a built in firewall and it’s free. You can setup a firewall directly through your network connection properties under TCP/IP, but now that SP2 is out, it will be much easier for you to simply use that. ◗ Link of the Week: Poor Man’s Wifi sites a bit laggy though. The things people will do.

Harley Owners Group • Savannah Chapter 11TH ANNUAL



Held on June 11, 2005 Raised $32,808

PLATINUM Alee Pirate Unit Chatham Parkway Toyota Coastal Empire Pennysaver Connect Savannah D&R Utility Construction Rowe Supply Co. Inc. Savannah Dodge, Inc. Savannah Harley-Davidson Super Wal-Mart, Rincon Vital Signs

GOLD CK Lighting, Inc. Coastal Empire Blue Knights Imperial-Sugar Klitsch, Bob & Lois Super Wal-Mart, Pooler U.S. Foods

SILVER Carina, Ray & Patricia

Durham, Tracy E. DDS, P.C. Eastern Travel Center, Inc. International Brotherhood Local 26 Keller’s Flea Market Marlow Elementary School Office Services Reddick, Robert & Ninagene Sadowski & Company, PC Savannah Bridge Co. Inc.

BRONZE Alltel Bouchillon Body Service Bryan Bank & Trust Cook, Trey Élan Technology Goodlett, Jim Guerry Lumber Hunter, Maclean, Exley & Dunn Integrated Network Solutions, Inc. John’s V-Twin JT Turner Construction

Kriseman, Ron & Joanne Kroger Meuse, Jimi Morris Multimedia, Inc. Publix Raley, Charles & Erin Sam’s Sapp’s Wrecker Savannah Tire Strickland Funeral The Greenery, Inc.

OTHER A & C Jewelry Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Berry, Alvin Brennan, Peter & Anna Coca-Cola Coastal Heritage Society Compass Prints Cooper, Jeannette Culverhouse, David Dent, Tammy Downtown Athletic Club

Eastern Travel Center Fendeis, Mary Ann Firefly Café Garden City Package Shop Goodyear Helmstetter, Richard Hemisphere Travel Hilton Garden Inn, HHI Hooter's, Savannah Hunter AAF GC Jailhouse Choppers Kalifeh, Rita Klitsch, Bob & Lois Kurazawa, Kathy La Quinta Inn Mattingly, Matt Metals & Paint Planters Inn Savannah Harley-Davidson Savannah Motor Sports Sullivan, Jesse The Ford Plantation GC Thomas Kinkade Gallery



MDA District Director Ellie Sutherland and MDA camper Harold Sutton accept a check for $32,808 donated by the Savannah Chapter of the Harley Owners Group. (r to l): Bob Klitsch, HOG Assistant Director, Ellie Sutherland, MDA District Director, Harold Sutton, MDA camper, Harold's brother Michael, and their mother, Tina Sutton.

Connect Savannah

Benefiting MDA of the Coastal Empire


Performing Arts


by Jim Reed

‘Open Mics are naturally

a bit of a freakshow’

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Local songwriter Dave Williams sees the premiere of his first play OVER THE PAST few years, Dave Williams has worn plenty of hats in our local underground music scene: He’s been the frontman and main songwriter for the underrated indie-rock group HoboErotic; he’s been a focal point of the acoustic Americana act The Darlins; and he’s been a champion of many other nascent talents in Savannah’s burgeoning alternative rock community. Hell, he even ran for mayor a few years back. Sort of. But one thing Dave Williams has never been accused of being is a playwright. Until now, that is. This weekend, his first play – the twoact music-scene dramedy Open Mike – will premiere on the campus of Armstrong Atlantic State University (although it is not actually sponsored by the school), and to hear Williams tell it, he’s as surprised as everyone else that he had it in him. “I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of doing this,” he says. “But the truth is, I did it on a whim.” Although the affable guitarist and singer had studied drama briefly in high school, and actually nabbed the lead role of Conrad Birdie in the musical Bye Bye Birdie his senior year, he’d fallen out of theatre upon entering college, and put all his energies into songwriting. It seems, however, that in the end, all it took to get him loosened up enough to try such a feat was a few beers. “A few days before my birthday, me and some friends were out drinking, playing pool, and talking about plays. “One of them had just put on a production of Closer a few months ago. I asked her if I wrote a play that didn’t suck, would she consider directing it. She said she’d definitely consider it.”

The cast of Open Mike That friend was Kristi Snyder, who founded Stegosaurus Entertainment with her friend, screenwriter Kirk White (himself a former professor at AASU and finalist for the Project Greenlight movie financing competition). Snyder says she’s known Williams for some time now, and while she knew he was talented, he can also bite off more than he can chew. “I really couldn’t believe he held up to his end of the bargain,” she says with a laugh. “I mean, it was a ten-minute conversation in a pool hall! But three or four days later, he calls me up while I’m down in Florida and tells me he’s finished!” Once she examined the play, she was surprised at what she found. “You know, it was a great read,” says Snyder. “It was funny and witty, and even though it was about a situation I was unfamiliar with, I was drawn in to the story. Once Dave explained to me what some of the references meant, I appreciated it a lot more, and hopefully the way we’ve staged the show will allow the audience to get those references, even if they’ve never been to an Open Mic or hung around songwriters.”

KEVIN BARRY’S Irish Pub & Restaurant Voted Among The Top 10 Irish Pubs In America By America’s Best Online

While the stereotypical drama that surrounds musical amateur nights, or “Open Mics” may have felt foreign to Snyder, Williams was as comfortable in this milieu as one could imagine. A veteran of such musical free-for-alls, he says he immediately gravitated toward this environment when choosing a setting for his first foray into drama. “Open Mics are naturally a bit of a freakshow,” he offers. “It’s both disastrous and funny at the same time. It’s hard to believe the variety of people that get up there. There’s so much ego involved just in stepping on stage, and it can bring out the clown in folks. But, even then, you can still wind up catching some amazing performances by complete amateurs.” He says the forty-page script draws liberally on his own experiences, and that many aspects of the play’s eight characters are taken directly from conversations he’s witnessed or been part of in our own local music scene. That said, he’s unconcerned that any of his acquaintances will see themselves in his show. “There’s nothing vicious or specific in there. It’s mostly composite characters that I’ve drawn from real life.” And, as in real life, these actors are required to perform songs on their own, just as they would at a real Open Mic. Williams says that he’s enjoyed this process so much, he’s looking forward to penning another short play soon. And would Snyder be up for working with the budding author again? “Definitely,” she smiles. ◗ Open Mike runs August 18-21 at 7 p.m .at the Jenkins Theatre Black Box on the campus of Armstrong Atlantic State University. Tickets are $5 .

Guess Who I Saw?

This Wed–Sun Live Music w/ Frank Emerson

All Next Week Live Music w/ JJ Smith LIVE MUSIC 7 NIGHTS A WEEK 117 WEST RIVER ST • 233-9626 Full Irish & American Menus Serving Until 2am Nightly

Voted Best Neighborhood Bar!

Pinkie Master’s 318 Drayton 238-0447


Music Menu


by Jim Reed

A.W.O.L. Eclectic and welcoming group of regional spoken word artists from “All Walks Of Life.” Sun., 8 pm, The Sentient Bean.

Michael F. Blair

and instead tries to channel the energy the original group was known for in their prime. They are devoted to the idea of keeping this music alive through invigoration and improvisation, as opposed to the slavish regurgitation trap that many acolytes slip into. Plus, they’ve got two drummers... Fri., Locos Deli & Pub.

This guitarist and longtime associate of local jam-band heroes Perpetual Groove has sat in with that group for years, and occaTwo singing acoustic guisional offers up solo sets of tarists that specialize in covhis favorite alternative rock Courtenay Brothers ering pop, soft rock and covers. Such is the case at country hits join forces to this newly-opened Southside complement each other’s repertoire and eatery, whose outdoor patio often fearange. Wed., 7 pm, The Island Grill (Pt. tures live acoustic music. Fri., 6 pm, Wentworth). Felipé’s Mexican Restaurant.

Chuck Courtenay & Bucky Bryant

The Courtenay Brothers


Eric Culberson Blues Band

This group’s bread and butter gig was at The Monkey Bar, but now that that Broughton Street nightspot has been unceremoniously shuttered, they’re branching out into other venues, such as this one. They specialize in beach, soul and rock and roll covers. Expect to hear unusual renditions of wellknown hits from the Motown, Stax and Chess catalogs. Sat., 8 pm, Mary’s Seafood & Steaks.

Eric is likely the area’s best-known electric blues guitarist. He plays in the style of Freddie King and Albert Collins, with a stinging attack that suits his bold lyrical declarations well. Vocally, he’s a bit gruff, but his pipes have matured over the years, and he seems to be hitting his stride. He’ll soon release his third album. Tues. (hosts Open Mic) Wed., Mercury Lounge + Thurs., JJ Cagney’s + Sun.,

Bottles & Cans

A rare local appearance by a NYC-based breakbeat DJ. Fri., AVM Entertainment Complex.

Bottles and Cans

Rough and tumble electric blues combo featuring members of Too Blue and GAM. They eschew the slick mannerisms of the B.B. Kings and Robert Crays for the more hardscrabble chaos typified by such underdog icons as R. L. Burnside or Hound Dog Taylor. Wed., Savannah Blues.

Chevy Chase Stabbed The King


Eat Mo’ Music Funky instrumental dance grooves and soul jazz from a local quintet of trumpet, bass, drums, guitar and trombone. It’s a relatively unique approach for our area, which is inundated with mainstream jazz acts. Fri., 9:30 pm, Il Pasticcio + Sat., 6 pm, North Beach Grill (Tybee).

Young, “experimental hardcore” quintet from Effingham County that lists Norma Jean and Comeback Kid This fixture on River Street is as musical influences – as well Frank Emerson well-loved for his acoustic guitaras Southern rock. Sat., Rude based renditions of Celtic ballads Rudy’s (corner of Whitaker & Broughton and contemporary folk and pop tunes. Sts.). ALL-AGES. Wed. - Sun., Kevin Barry’s.

Frank Emerson

Cosmic Charlie One of the most popular and wellliked Grateful Dead tribute bands touring the Southeast, this group avoids precisely mimicing the flashback warhorses,

The Boomerang Band

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Cosmic Charlie

The aforementioned Chuck is best known for this duo with his similarly-talented sibling Jason. They offer acoustic renditions of well-known country, rock and pop numbers, accompanied by sequenced backing tracks. Sat., 7 pm, Hooters (I-95 & Hwy 204).

Connect Savannah

Around in one lineup or another for longer than most folks can recall, this local electric blues band specializes in uptown Chicago-style shuffles and tightly-constructed ballads. They can always be counted on for a fun, solid show. Fri., 10 pm, Mercury Lounge.

Jacey Falk & His Rhythm Falk was born in Savannah, but came into his own as a jazz vocalist and continued on page 20



7650 ABERCORN STREET 1 Block North of Oglethorpe Mall Monday through Saturday 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM



Voted Best Blues Bar!! Happy Hour 4-9 • No Cover Mon-Thurs

Wed, Aug 17

Bottles & Cans

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

$1 PBR

Thurs, Aug 18

The Hitmen

$1 Well & Dom Draft for Ladies

Fri, Aug 19

Alien Share Croppers

Music Menu


continued from page 19 local players.. Fri. - Sat., Tubby’s - inside room (Thunderbolt).

raconteur in the New York scene a few years ago. Now he’s back in town, and has established himself as a sassy showman backed by a rotating cast of players from here and Charleston. Thurs., 8 pm, The Mansion on Forsyth Park.

Hazel Virtue Impressive, slightly psychedelic modern rock band led by songwriter Eric Britt. They have a devoted fanbase here and in Charleston, and are rumored to have a record deal in the works with Sony Music... Fri., Finnegan’s Wake Irish Pub.

Andrew Gill Solo acoustic set from the guitarist and frontman of local roots-rock act WormsLoew. Covers and originals. Fri., 5:30 pm, The Warehouse.

The Hitmen Electric blues combo led by local guitarist/singer Brett “Hitman” Bernard. Tues. (hosts Open Mic) & Sat., Savannah Blues + Thurs. (hosts Open Mic), Locos Deli & Pub + Fri., 10 pm, Fiddler’s Crab House .

Hazzard County Full, electric country band featuring the vocal and rhythm guitar talents of one of the Courtenay Brothers. The group also features slide guitarist Hazel Virtue G.E. Perry and bassist Tim Burke. They’ve opened for some of the bigger names to pass through town in recent memory, and are gaining a strong following on their own. Thurs., 7 pm, Tubby’s (Thunderbolt).

Perception Classic, Southern and hard rock covers (plus a few originals) from this regional band that’s been working hard to stake a name for themselves in the club scene for a few years now. Fri. Sat., 9 pm, Steamers (Georgetown).

Red Moon Up-and-coming jam band from South Carolina with a strong reggae influence. Sat., + Tues. (hosts Open Mic), JJ Cagney’s.

Rick & Ginger of Liquid Ginger

Acoustic duo featuring two key members of popular local show band Liquid Ginger. Expect plenty of classic and modern ‘Georgia’ Kyle rock covers, as well as stripped-down arrangements of originals from the group’s two indie albums. This young trumpeter is one of the Thurs., 10 pm, Fiddler’s Crab House. most talked-about discoveries on the

The Alex Nguyen Ensemble

High Velocity Hell-raising Southern and classic rock hits and originals from a band of veteran

local jazz scene in years. For these free gigs, he’ll be backed by his quartet, which features Barry Greene on guitar, Delbert Felix on acoustic bass, and (the most excellent) Eric Vaughn on drums. Fri. - Sat., 9 pm, The Mansion on Forsyth Park.

‘Georgia’ Kyle w/Dobbie Two members of Tybee’s esteemed Back River Ramblers get together for an evening of blues and folk-based acoustic music with an attitude. Sat., 10 pm, Fiddler’s Crab House.

Spitfire Poetry Group’s BackTo-School Kids Poetry Slam Sat, Aug 20

The Hitmen Mon, Aug 22

3’s Company $2 Jaeger, Cuervo, Bud & Bud Lt

Tues, Aug 23

Open Mic w/ The Hitmen Mon-Thr 7pm-3am • Tues-Fri 5pm-3am Sat 2pm-3am

206 W St. Julian St.


J.J. CAGNEY’S Voted Savannah’s Best Live Music Happy Hour Every Day ‘til 9:30 ✶ 2 for 1 Wells ✶ $1 Domestic Drafts Wednesday Aug 17

Voodoo Soup Ladies Night: 2 for 1 Wells & Shooters • $1 Domestic Drafts • No Cover for Ladies

Thursday Aug 18

Eric Culberson Blues Band

Friday Aug 19

Turtle Folk

Saturday Aug 20

Red Moon

Monday Aug 22

S.I.N. Night: $1 off everything (w/ pay stub)

College Night • 2 for 1 wells • $1 Dom. Drafts (w/ College ID)

Kind Bud Fridays $2 Bud Bottler


Tuesday Aug 23

Open Mic w/Red Moon

Wednesday Aug 24


2 for 2’sday: 2 for 1 all night, & Free Pool

Ladies Night: 2 for 1 Wells & Shooters • $1 Domestic Drafts • No Cover for Ladies

Coming Soon: Aug.26- Elliot Holden Group

305-307 W. River Street • 233-2444

What more needs to be said? Kids show up, sign up and show everyone what they’ve got. Spoken-word-wise, that is. There are three distinct age groups allowed: Elementary, Middle School and High School. Cash prizes total $200! Sat., 5 pm, The Sentient Bean.

Too Blue Duo of singing blues guitarists Jeff Beasley and Ray Lundy, occasionally augmented with the rhythm section from Ray’s main band Bottles & Cans. Sat., 5:30 pm, The Warehouse.

The Trainwrecks Relatively new acoustic trio (featuring Texas-born – but now Savannah-based – singer/songwriter Jason Bible) offering spirited takes on rock, blues and Americana covers. Thurs., Finnegan’s Wake Irish Pub.

Trap Door Classic rock cover band playing at a BBQ joint. Sat., 9 pm, One Hot Mama’s (Bluffton).

Werewolf Unit Avant-garde electronic music. Described by the artist as “one half Wolf Eyes freak out noise section, one part 2nd grade show and tell, and gallons of warped free jazz vinyl records left in the snow.” You make the call. Tues., 6 pm, Desoto Row Gallery. ◗


Connect Recommends

by Jim Reed


Liquid Ginger

Here’s a great reason to check out two up-and-coming regional bands: it’s free. Sponsored by Smiling Buddha Tattoo Studio (in honor of their ten-yearanniversary), this double-bill of greaser rockabilly and skinny-tie raunch has good time written all over it. With their matching white shirts and dark ties, Atlanta’s Cogburns (three guys and one girl, thank you very much) seem less like a family, and more like a prepschool cult. Their distorted, drop-anddrag guitar noise is about as straight-up as it comes, with squirrelly guitar fills in all the right places, taunting background vocals, and plenty of pounding drum breaks. It’s snide, ham-fisted attitude turned into boisterous twang-rock. Charleston’s Defilers on the other hand, are “all tore up” with the greaser ethos. They’ll remind some of the glory days of the type of bands that frequented this venue’s previous incarnation The Velvet Elvis, and fans of slapback echo and lovelorn rave-ups should be in heaven. Fri., 10 pm, The Jinx.

Band In The Park This polished rock and boogie cover band is made up of six longtime players with a wealth of experience, plus the ability to hold back when required – and cut loose when the material demands it. Their thick, fat sound is anchored by a setlist that leans heavily on tried and true favorites by the likes of Van Morrison and Rumors-era Fleetwood Mac, but dips ever so slightly into unexpected territory (it’s both great and weird to sit in a bar, drinking beer and tapping your foot to a fire and brimstone blues from Dylan’s Messianic period), this group does a decent job of straddling the line between corn and gold. You’ll hear tunes from the ‘40s and ‘50s at their shows, as well as Bonnie Raitt’s ever-so-cool arrangement of the late Del Shannon’s “Runaway.” For background music, it’s hard to beat that. Fri. Sat., 9:30 pm, Scandals (Tybee). ◗

The last time this Atlanta-based jam trio passed through town, they were touring in tandem with a screening of the recently-released documentary film Beanland: Rising From The Riverbed, which charted the strange, intermittent, and highly-influential career of the Mississippi based hippie-rock outfit Beanland. Members from that seminal Southern improvisational act went on to join granola superstars Widespread Panic, and that’s only one of the connections to that outformation enjoys to that internationally-famous Athens group. Guitarist Sam Holt worked for years as the guitar tech to Panic’s late axeman Michael “Mikey” Houser, and Outformation’s self-titled debut EP features a cover of a song originally written by Houser. Says Holt of his mentor and former employer, “One thing he gave me more than anything was confidence.” That confidence is palpable on the group’s six-song 2003 debut, and one assumes it will carry through on their upcoming full-length, which is being produced by Panic’s keyboardist (and former Beanland member) JoJo Hermann. With plenty of opening slots under their belt (for everyone from Panic sideproject Stolkholm Syndrome to the more pop-leaning Jerry Joseph – of Jackmormons fame), the group seems to have a leg up on most of the competition. Wed., August 24th, JJ Cagney’s.

The Defilers, The Cogburns



Liquid Ginger

Connect Savannah

Now that this extremely popular regional pop act has regrouped with a new bassist and rededicated themselves to playing locally as much as possible, it seems that, much like The Bangles, they’re everywhere at once. When key members Rick and Ginger are not off doing their acoustic duo thing, the full band has been making the rounds of all their old haunts (they’re especially wellliked on the islands), and word is they’re still packing in capacity crowds eager to hear their glitzy, image-oriented take on modern rock. Both of their self-financed indie CDs stand as above-average examples of catchy, mainstream songcraft, and anyone who digs unambiguous singalongs of the type typified by No Doubt, Avril Lavigne or even 3 Doors Down may get a kick out of Savannah’s current best shot at making VH-1 (providing VH-1 starts playing music videos again). Fri. - Sat., 9:30 pm, The Oyster Bar (Wilmington Island).


Good Show Will Travel


All shows subject to change - please call the venues for ticket info...

Connect Savannah


AUGUST Friday the 19th Chaka Khan - Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta Avril Lavigne, Butch Walker, Gavin DeGraw - HiFi Buys Amphitheatre, Atlanta The Woggles, Subsonics - The EARL, Atlanta Bowling For Soup - The Masquerade, Atlanta Atlanta Braves Concert series w/Tishamingo - Turner Field, Atlanta Will Hoge - Tasty World, Athens Crosby, Stills & Nash - North Charleston Coliseum Gore Gore Girls - Village Tavern, Mount Pleasant, SC Blue Dogs - Bi Lo Center, Greenville Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin - Double Door, Charlotte Leon Russell, Adam Hood Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte

Saturday the 20th Gore Gore Girls - Alley Cat, Atlanta Chick Corea, Bobby McFerrin - Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta Edwin McCain, Emerson Hart (of Tonic), Kevn Kinney, Sam Thacker - Roxy Theatre, Atlanta

by Jim Reed

The Knitters, Phranc - The Masquerade, Atlanta George Duke - Wolf Creek Park, Atlanta Cowboy Mouth, Five Eight - The Windjammer, Isle of Palms, SC Angie Aparo - Wild Wing Café, Mount Pleasant, SC Soilent Green, Into The Moat, A Perfect Murder - Sector 7G, Augusta Leon Russell - The Mission, Augusta

Sunday the 21st

Tuesday the 23rd

Thursday the 25th

Green Day, Jimmy Eat World - Philips Arena, Atlanta Andy Griggs Imperial Theatre, Augusta Avril Lavigne, Butch Walker, Gavin DeGraw Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Charlotte Rainer Maria, Hail Social - Café Eleven, Saint Augustine

Rainer Maria, Psychic Hearts, New Roman Times, Hail Social - Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta Portastatic, Tenement Halls - Caledonia, Athens Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Stephen Kellogg - The Windjammer, Isle of Palms, SC Paul Thorn - The Handlebar, Greenville Seven Mary Three , Watershed - Amos’ Southend, Charlotte Planes Mistaken For Stars, Glass & Ashes - Milestone Club, Charlotte

The Gore Gore Girls

Eric Benét - Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta “The Scream Tour” w/Bow Wow, Marques “Batman” Houston, Omarion, Pretty Ricky, Bobby Valentino - Philips Arena, Atlanta The Codetalkers Featuring Col. Bruce Hampton & Jimmy Herring - Freebird Live, Jacksonville

Monday the 22nd Louis XIV - Roxy Theatre, Atlanta Cowboy Mouth, Honestly - The Windjammer, Isle of Palms, SC Rainer Maria, Hail Social - Café Eleven, Saint Augustine

Wednesday the 24th

Huey Lewis & The News, Paul Thorn - Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta A Fir-Ju Well - Tasty World, Athens Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Stephen Kellogg - The Windjammer, Isle of Palms, SC “Rock Never Stops” w/Cinderella, Firehouse, Quiet Riot, Ratt - Bi Lo Center, Greenville All That Remains, Chimaira - Tremont Music Hall, Charlotte

Friday the 26th Vickie Winans - Atlanta Civic Center Alice Cooper / Cheap Trick Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta A Fir-Ju Well, Charm School, De Novo Dahl - The EARL, Atlanta B.B. King - North Charleston Performing Arts Center Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Stephen Kellogg - The Windjammer, Isle of Palms, SC Percy Sledge - Oasis Shrine Temple, Charlotte Brooks & Dunn, Big & Rich, Cowboy Troy, The Warren Brothers - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Charlotte Joe Ely - Visulite Theatre, Charlotte Spam Allstars - Atlantic, Gainesville, FL ◗

Win The Groovy Sunset Novelties’ customized Love Bug 6614 Waters Ave 355-9610

(Waters at Stephenson) Find out where you can see and win the Love Bug this week at 10419 Abercorn Ext.


(Magnolia Plaza-Next to Sluggers) Open till 1am Mon. - Thur. Open till 2am Fri. - Sunday

Art Patrol


‘Savannah At Its Best’ -- Art by Jack Leigh, Elena Madden and Sam Ward through Sept. 5 at the Mansion on Forsyth Park.

‘Guale Gold’ --Images of Ossabaw Island by Tim Coy; proceeds benefit the fund to restore the historic Boarding House on Ossabaw Island. Through Sept. 30 at Gallery 440, 440 Bull St.

Jacob Wenzka -- New paintings by this Athens, Ga., artist through Aug. 25 at Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St. Reception Thursday Aug. 11, 6-8 p.m.

Placeless’ -- Nathan ‘P Abels’ MFA Thesis exhibition runs through Aug. 19 at Pei Ling Chan Gallery, 322 MLK, Jr. Blvd. ‘Cloudy Day’ -Original paintings by Russian artist Vitold Barhatkov at Maggies Antiqiues, 2819 Bull St.

‘Reorder’ -- SCAD presents this mixed media exhibit that explores how artists process information about their environments. Aug. 19–Sept. 27, at Red Gallery, 201 E. Broughton St. The exhibition will be featured on the college’s monthly gallery hop, Friday, Sept. 16, 5–7 p.m. Free and open to the public.

Call for Entries -- For “Mod Podge Collage,” a show celebrating the art of collage at the DesotoRow Gallery in the Starland district. Accepting any works 2D and 3D combining multiple forms. Show runs Aug 18-31. Reception Friday August 19, 7-9 p.m. ‘Perfectly Right and Perfectly Wrong’ -SCAD presents this mixed-media exhibition by Fred Jesser that explores the realization that the conceptualization and the production of art are much different, through Aug. 28, Pinnacle Gallery, 320 E. Liberty St. Michael Story -- Friedman’s Fine Art presents this award-winning artist renowned for his marshscapes on display the month of August at 28 W. State St., hours Mon. – Fri. 9-5:30, and Sat. 10-5.

‘Fabricated Cindiisms’ -- Show by fiber artist Cindy Male at the DAC Gallery at One East Broughton Street in Savannah.

'Phyllis Limbacher Tildes -- Award-winning illustrator of children's books exhibits at Cutters Point Coffee, 7360 Skidaway Rd. in Sandfly, thru Aug. 13. ‘Farm Team: A Season in the Minors’ -Joseph C. Gamble’s thesis exhibition chronicles life in baseball’s minor leagues. At Grayson Stadium on Victory Drive through the Sand Gnats season. Maureen E. Kerstein -- New paintings through Aug. 31 at the Hospice Savannah Art Gallery, 1352 Eisenhower Drive. The Hurn Museum -- located at 1015 Whitaker St., will be closed throughout the month of August. ◗

Art Patrol is for rotating shows, exhibitions and receptions. Send your art info to

Grand Opening This Fri - Sun • Scottish & American Food • Largest Single Malt Selection In Savannah • Live Celtic Entertainment • Single Malt Tasting Seminar • Soccer on our Plasma TV

Where the only thing under our kilts is ... our shoes! Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday: 11:00am - 11:00pm Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - close Sunday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm

311 West Congress Street • Savannah, GA Near City Market

(9912) 239-9600

Island Grill Proudly Presents

Country Superstar Superstar Country

ANDY GRIGGS! Thursday Aug 25th Doors open @ 7pm with special guests:

Bryan Clees & Hazzard County Limited tickets still available at Island Grill, Rody’s Music & Sunset Novelties $20.00

Live Music • Food & Drink Specials

966-0969 HWY 21 & I-95 Exit 109

A work from ‘Reorder’ at Red Gallery: Jason Hedges, Untitled (Pasta Rack), 2004, oak and fresh pasta

‘Variegate’ -- A SCAD fibers department group exhibition, through Aug. 30, at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St.

Scottish Pub & Grill

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Gallery 209 August Artists -- Artists of the Month at Gallery 209, 209 E. River St., are painter Kathy Miller and ceramic artist Linda Whitt Smith.

Molly MacPherson’ss

Connect Savannah

‘The Upper and Lower Worlds of Alhambra’ -SCAD presents this printmaking exhibition by professor Robert Brown, Aug. 31–Sept. 25, at the Pinnacle Gallery, 320 E. Liberty St. The exhibition is featured on the college’s monthly gallery hop, Friday, Sept. 16, 5–7 p.m. The exhibition and gallery hop are free and open to the public. ‘Feline Beloved’ -Photography of cats by Kathleen Thomas at the Starlander Cafe & Gallery, 11 E. 41st St.


compiled by Jim Morekis



0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

A U G U S T 18 T H

Music TBA D A Q U I R I FA C T O R Y ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e Music TBA (9 pm) DAQUIRI ISL AND (Abercorn)Karaoke D O C ’ S B A R ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA D O L P H I N R E E F ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e D J DOUBLES (Holiday Inn Midtown)“ World Famous” DJ Sam Diamond D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n Isl.)- Live Music TBA E LY S I U M W I N E B A R - L I v e M u s i c TBA FA N N I E ’ S O N T H E B E A C H ( Ty b e e ) The New Christy Alan Band (9 pm) F E L I P E ’ S M E X I C A N R E S TA U R A N T M i c h a e l F. B l a i r ( 6 p m ) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE- The Hitmen (10 pm) FINNEGAN’S WAKE (Formerly O’Connell’s Irish Pub)- Hazel Virtue F O S T E R ’ S P U B ( Ty b e e ) - K a r a o k e THE GOLD CLUB- Live Music TBA (10 pm) HOOTERS (I-95 & Hwy 204)Chuck Courtenay H U C - A - P O O S ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA (9 pm) I L PA S T I C C I O - E a t M o ’ M u s i c (9:30 pm) A J ’ S D O C K S I D E R E S TA U R A N T THE ISLAND GRILL (Pt. ( Ty b e e ) - “ G e o r g i a ” Ky l e S h i v e r ( 7 Wentworth)- Bucky & Barry (8 pm) pm) THE ISLANDER (Wilmington Isl.)AMERICAN LEGION POST #36 Live Music TBA (Thunderbolt)- Karaoke THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)A V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y L i ve M u s i c T BA ( 7: 3 0 p m ) I B I Z A ) - D J B ( N YC B r e a k b e a t D J ) B & D BURGERS (Southside)- Live THE JINX- The Devil Spades, The Defilers, The Cogburns Music TBA (10 pm) J J C A G N E Y ’ S - Tu r t l e F o l k B AY S T R E E T B L U E S - K a r a o k e JUKEBOX BAR & GRILL B AY O U C A F É - L i v e M u s i c T B A ( 9 (Richmond Hill)- Live Music TBA pm) BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live (9 pm) KEVIN BARRY’S- Frank Emerson Music TBA (9 pm) LOCOS DELI & PUB- Cosmic BOGEY’S- Live Music TBA Charlie C A F É L O C O ( Ty b e e ) - J u d e THE MANSION ON FORSY TH Michaels & The Hopeless Causes T H E C A P TA I N ’ S L O U N G E - K a r a o k e PA R K - T h e A l e x N g u y e n E n s e m b l e (9 pm - 1 am) (9 pm) MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKSCLUB ICE (formerly THE Live Music TBA CAVA L I E R ) - D J W i l l 2 K MCDONOUGH’S- Karaoke CLUB ONE- Local Cast MERCURY LOUNGE- Bluesonics C R Y S TA L B E E R PA R L O R - T h e (10 pm) B e e r Pa r l o r R a m b l e r s ( 7: 3 0 p m ) MOON RIVER BREWING CO.- Live DAQUIRI DEPOT (Pooler)- Live Music TBA (8:30 pm)


A U G U S T 19 T H

The REAL best pool room in Savannah!

Now You Have A Choice 20 Pool Tables Darts Video Games Full Bar Great Food No Smoking (Until 10 p.m.)

Call About Tournaments & Leagues Special Pool Rates on Tues. w/ college I.D. Hours: 11am-until Mon-Sat 1pm-until Sun

S AT U R D AY AUGUST 20TH A J ’ S D O C K S I D E R E S TA U R A N T ( Ty b e e ) Joey Manning (7 pm) A V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y I B I Z A ) DJ Octavio (Electronic, House) B & D BURGERS (Southside)-Live Music TBA (10 pm) B AY S T R E E T B L U E S - K a r a o k e B AY O U C A F É - L i v e M u s i c T B A ( 9 p m ) B E N N Y ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live Music TBA (9 pm) BOGEY’S- Live Music TBA C A F É L O C O ( Ty b e e ) - “ G e o r g i a ” Ky l e S h i v e r, J u d e M i c h a e l s & T h e H o p e l e s s Causes T H E C A P TA I N ’ S L O U N G E - K a r a o k e ( 9 pm) CHUCK’S BAR - Karaoke (10 pm) C I T Y M A R K E T C O U R T YA R D - L i v e Music TBA (12 pm) C LU B I C E ( fo r m e r l y T H E CAVA L I E R ) DJ Will 2K CLUB ONE- Local Cast DAQUIRI DEPOT (Pooler)- Live Music TBA D A Q U I R I FA C T O R Y ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA (9 pm) DAQUIRI ISL AND (Abercorn)- Karaoke DEB’S PUB & GRUB- #@*! Karaoke (9 pm) D J ’ s P I A N O B A R ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA D O C ’ S B A R ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A D O L P H I N R E E F ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e D J DOUBLES (Holiday Inn Midtown)“ World Famous” DJ Sam Diamond D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n I s l . ) Live Music TBA FA N N I E ’ S O N T H E B E A C H ( Ty b e e ) - T h e New Christy Alan Band (9 pm) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE- “Georgia” Ky l e w / D o b b i e ( 1 0 p m ) GO FISH- Live Music TBA (7 pm) T H E H I D E - A - W AY ( M i d d l e g r o u n d R d . ) Karaoke HOOTERS (I-95 & Hwy 204)- The Courtenay Brothers (7 pm) H U C - A - P O O S ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A I L PA S T I C C I O - L i v e M u s i c T B A ( 9 : 3 0 pm) THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)- Live M u s i c T BA ( 7: 3 0 p m ) T H E J I N X - T h e R u m o r, F r o z e n C o b r a

JJ CAGNEY’S- Red Moon KEVIN BARRY’S- Frank Emerson T H E M A N S I O N O N F O R S Y T H PA R K The Alex Nguyen Ensemble (9 pm - 1 am) * MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKS- The Boomerang Band (8 pm) MCDONOUGH’S- Karaoke MERCURY LOUNGE- Bottles & Cans (10 pm) MOON RIVER BREWING CO.- Live Music TBA (8:30 pm) MULBERRY INN- The Champagne Jazz Tr i o ( 8 p m ) N O R T H B E A C H G R I L L ( Ty b e e ) - E a t M o ’ Music (6 pm) NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main Floor)O l d S c h o o l H i p - H o p & To p 4 0 O N E H O T M A M A’ S ( B l u f f t o n ) - Tr a p Door (9 pm) T H E OYS T E R BA R ( W i l m i n g to n I s l . ) Liquid Ginger (9:30 pm) P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond POGY’S BAR & GRILL (Richmond Hill)Live Music TBA RUDE RUDY’S (Broughton & Whitaker Sts.)- Chevy Chase Stabbed The King S AVA N N A H B LU E S - T h e H i t m e n S AVA N N A H D O W N U N D E R - D J B l u e I c e & Tr o p i c a l T h u n d e r S AVA N N A H S M I L E S - D u e l i n g P i a n o s S C A N D A L S ( Ty b e e ) - B a n d I n T h e P a r k (9:30 pm) S E A D A W G S ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A (1 pm) T H E S E N T I E N T B E A N - B a c k To S c h o o l Kids Poetry Slam (5 pm) S I LV E R D O L L A R B A R & G R I L L ( H w y 204)- Live Music TBA (9 pm) S PA N K Y ’ S ( R i v e r S t . ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A (10 pm) STEAMERS (Georgetown)- Perception (9 pm) S T I N G R AY ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - R a n d y “ H a t m a n ” Smith (3 pm), Robert Willis (7 pm) SUNDOWN (Hilton Head)- Live Music TBA TOMMY’S (Pooler)- Liev Music TBA (9 pm) TUBBY’S (River St.)- Live Music TBA (6 pm) TUBBY’S (Thunderbolt)- High Velocity (inside) U N C L E B U B B A’ S O Y S T E R H O U S E - L i v e Music TBA (7 pm) VENUS DI MILO- DJ Maybe, DJ

with Lunch

AU G U S T 21 S T A J ’ S D O C K S I D E R E S TA U R A N T ( Ty b e e ) Joey Manning (7 pm) B & D BURGERS (Southside)- Live Music TBA (6 pm) B AY O U C A F É - C h i e f BELFORD’S (City Market)- Chuck Courtenay (6 pm) B E N N Y ’ S ( Ty b e e I s l a n d ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live Music TBA C A F É L O C O ( Ty b e e ) - “ G e o r g i a ” Ky l e Shiver (10 pm) T H E C A P TA I N ’ S L O U N G E - K a r a o k e ( 9 pm) C I T Y M A R K E T C O U R T YA R D - L i v e Music TBA (1 pm) C LU B I C E ( fo r m e r l y T H E CAVA L I E R ) DJ Will 2K D A Q U I R I FA C T O R Y ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA (1 pm) DAQUIRI ISL AND (Abercorn)- Karaoke D O C ’ S B A R ( Ty b e e I s l a n d ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n I s l . ) Jason Courtenay (6 pm) FA N N I E ’ S O N T H E B E A C H ( Ty b e e ) Randy “Hatman” Smith (3 pm) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE- The Eric Culberson Blues Band T H E H I D E - A - W AY ( M i d d l e g r o u n d R d . ) Karaoke THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)Deas’ Guyz KEVIN BARRY’S- Frank Emerson T H E M A N S I O N O N F O R S Y T H PA R K H a r p i s t K r i s t i n G u s t a f s o n ( 11 a m - 2 pm) MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKS- Live Music TBA MCDONOUGH’S- Karaoke NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main Floor)Secret Sunday (w/The Gold Club) P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond RIDERS LOUNGE (Hilton Head)- Live Music TBA THE SENTIENT BEAN- A .W.O.L. (8 pm)

STILL Savannah’s Most Authentic Irish Pub!

Savannah’s Ultimate 2 2 for for 1 1 Happy Happy Hour Hour

Ladies Night

showtime is 6:00-9:30

Tuesday Tuesday 9’til11 9’til11

7 7 days days aa week, week, 9-until 9-until


21 E. McDonough St.


AUGUST 22ND A V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y I B I Z A ) DJ Octavio (disco, R & B, hip-hop) B AY O U C A F É - C h i e f BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live Music TBA B L U E B E R R Y H I L L- K a r a o k e C LU B I C E ( fo r m e r l y T H E CAVA L I E R ) DJ Will 2K DOUBLES (Holiday Inn Midtown)- DJ spins Beach Music D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n I s l . ) Chuck Courtenay (6 pm) F I D D L E R ’ S C R A B H O U S E - B N Tr i v i a w/Artie & Brad T H E G R I L L B E A C H S I D E ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e Music TBA (7 pm) THE IRISH TIMES- Live Irish Music THE ISLANDER (Wilmington Isl.)- Open Mic w/The Bandtastics THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)Howard Paul & The John Brackett Quartet THE JINX- Open Mic Night J J C A G N E Y ’ S - Tu r t l e KEVIN BARRY’S- J.J. Smith MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKS- Live Music TBA P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Live Piano Music TBA S AVA N N A H B LU E S - 3 ’s C o m p a n y S AVA N N A H N I G H T S - K a r a o ke S C A N D A L S ( Ty b e e ) - D J M a r t y C o r l e y (9:30 pm) THE SEA GRILL (Pt. Wentworth)- Live Music TBA (6 pm) THE SENTIENT BEAN- Old-Time Music Jam (7 pm) SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA WET WILLIE’S- Karaoke (9 pm)

AUGUST 23RD A V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y I B I Z A ) DJ Octavio (Electronic) B AY S T R E E T B L U E S - O p e n M i c N i g h t B AY O U C A F É - C h i e f BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live Music TBA B L U E B E R R Y H I L L- K a r a o k e DEB’S PUB & GRUB- #@*! Karaoke (10:30 pm) DESOTO ROW G ALLERY- Werewolf Unit (6 pm) D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n I s l . ) Live Music TBA (6 pm) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE- Live Music TBA (10 pm) FINNEGAN’S WAKE (Formerly O’Connell’s Irish Pub)- Open Mic w/Eric Britt HOOTERS (I-95 & Hwy 204)- Live Music TBA (6 pm) THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)Masteller & The All-Stars THE JINX- Hip Hop w/Selvis & DJ DFrost (latenight freestyles/breakdancing) JJ CAGNEY’S- Open Mic Night w/Red Moon KEVIN BARRY’S- J.J. Smith MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKS- Live Music TBA MERCURY LOUNGE- Open Mic Jam w/EROK NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main Floor)Te e n N i g h t w / D J Tr i p l e A P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond S AVA N N A H B LU E S - O p e n M i c w / T h e Hitmen T H E S E N T I E N T B E A N - Ky l e r E n g l a n d ( 8 pm) S PA N K Y ’ S ( R i v e r S t . ) - A n s e l D a n i e l STEAMER’S (Georgetown)- Karaoke V E N U S D I M I L O - O p e n D J Ta b l e s bring needles & vinyl (10 pm) WET WILLIE’S- Karaoke (9 pm) SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA N O T E : A l l B a n d s S c h e d u l e d S u b j e c t To Change


A nd rew G i l l Th i s S a t . N i g h t Too B l ue Th i s S u n . N i g h t Too B l ue

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri 8-8 8-8 Wells, Wells, Domestics Domestics & & house house wine wine

Award Winning Karaoke Club



sic u M L i veTh i s Fr i . N i g h t

formerly O'Connell's This Thursday Night:

This Friday Night:

Live music w/ The Trainwrecks

Hazel Virtue LIVE!!!

Open Monday - Friday 4pm to 3am • Saturday Noon to 3am 13051 Abercorn St.


SLUGGERS (Abercorn)- Karaoke STEAMERS (Georgetown)- Live Music TBA (8 pm) S T I N G R AY ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - L i t t l e M a r t h a ( 3 pm), Robert Willis (7 pm) SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA U N C L E B U B B A’ S O Y S T E R H O U S E Bucky & Barry (7 pm) THE WAREHOUSE (River St.)- Thomas Claxton (6 pm)

issue. Please enclose, publicity photos and band bios as well. A d d r e s s : Connect Savannah, Inc., 1800 E. Victor y Drive, Suite 7, Savannah, GA 31404 F a x : (912)231-9932 E m a i l : All Bands S c h e d u l e d A r e S u b j e c t T o C h a n g e

Open Mic w/Eric Britt Moves to Wed. Beginning Next Week


Aerochron & Friends (10:30 pm) T H E W A R E H O U S E ( R i v e r S t . ) - To o B l u e (6 pm) W E T W I L L I E ’ S - L i v e D J B r a d Ta t o m

108 West Congress Street • 231-8499

B E S T Wi n g s i n S ava n n a h !



18 East River Street 234-6003 • CAll In Order

N O T E : Clubs, if you have live music and want to be listed for free in Soundboard or Music Menu, just mail, fax, or email your lineup to us BY NOON ON WEDNESDAY for inclusion in our next

MULBERRY INN- The Champagne Jazz Tr i o ( 8 p m ) N O R T H B E A C H G R I L L ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e Music TBA (6 pm - 9 pm) NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main Floor)Latin Night w/DJ Salsa Hits T H E OYS T E R BA R ( W i l m i n g to n I s l . ) Liquid Ginger (9:30 pm) P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond POGY’S BAR & GRILL (Richmond Hill)Live Music TBA (8 pm) S AVA N N A H B LU E S - T i m B ro o k s & T h e Alien Sharecroppers S AVA N N A H D O W N U N D E R - D J B l u e I c e & Tr o p i c a l T h u n d e r S AVA N N A H S M I L E S - D u e l i n g P i a n o s S C A N D A L S ( Ty b e e ) - B a n d I n T h e P a r k (9:30 pm) THE SEA GRILL (Pt. Wentworth)- Live Music TBA THE SENTIENT BEAN- 3rd Friday Foreign Film: ONIBABA (8 pm) S I LV E R D O L L A R B A R & G R I L L ( H w y 204)- Live Music TBA (9 pm) SLUGGERS (Abercorn)- DJ Mike Ambrose S PA N K Y ’ S ( R i v e r S t . ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A (9 pm) S PA N K Y ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A STEAMERS (Georgetown)- Perception (9 pm) STEED’S- Karaoke S T I N G R AY ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - R o b e r t W i l l i s ( 7 pm) SUNDOWN (Hilton Head)- Live Music TBA SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA TA N G O ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c T B A ( 8 p m ) TOMMY’S (Pooler)- Liev Music TBA (9 pm) TUBBY’S (Thunderbolt)- Jason Cour tenay (outside), High Velocity (inside) U N C L E B U B B A’ S O Y S T E R H O U S E Radio Dogs (7 pm) VENUS DI MILO- DJ Maybe, DJ Aerochron & Friends (10:30 pm) THE WAREHOUSE (River St.)- Andrew Gill (5:30 pm) W AY S S TAT I O N TA V E R N ( R i c h m o n d Hill)- Karaoke (9 pm) W E T W I L L I E ’ S - L i v e D J B r a d Ta t o m

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Connect Savannah


Pianos S C A N D A L S ( Ty b e e ) - K a r a o k e w / D J Marty Corley (9:30 pm) THE SEA GRILL (Pt. Wentworth)Live Music TBA (6 pm) S PA N K Y ’ S ( R i v e r S t . ) - L i v e M u s i c TBA (8 pm) STEAMERS (Georgetown)Karaoke w/Eddie Foster S T I N G R AY ’ S ( Ty b e e ) - R a n d y “Hatman” Smith (7 pm) SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA TOMMY’S (Pooler)- Karaoke w/Jeff & Rebecca TUBBY’S (River St.)- Live Music TBA TUBBY’S (Thunderbolt)- Hazzard County w/Jason Courtenay (7 pm) T WILIGHT MUSIC LOUNGE (Daiquiris on Bay)- Open Mic Night U N C L E B U B B A’ S O Y S T E R H O U S E Live Music TBA (7 pm) VENUS DE MILO- DJ Maybe spins disco & house (9 pm)

Connect Savannah

A J ’ S D O C K S I D E R E S TA U R A N T ( Ty b e e ) - J o e y M a n n i n g ( 7 p m ) A V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y IBIZA)- DJ Octavio B AY S T R E E T B L U E S - O p e n M i c Night BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREETKaraoke (8 pm) BOBA INTERNET CAFÉ (City Market)- Open Mic (9 pm) CLUB ICE (formerly THE CAVA L I E R ) - D J W i l l 2 K DEB’S PUB & GRUB- #@*! Karaoke (10 pm) DOUBLES (Holiday Inn Midtown)DJ Pat McBride (Savannah Shag Club) D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n Isl.)- Jason Courtenay (6 pm) FA N N I E ’ S O N T H E B E A C H ( Ty b e e ) Live Music TBA (7 pm) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE“ G e o r g i a ” Ky l e S h i v e r ( 9 p m ) FUN N’ GAMES (Whitemarsh Plaza)- Karaoke T H E H I D E - A - W AY ( M i d d l e g r o u n d Rd.)- Karaoke THE ISLAND GRILL (Pt. Wentworth)- Chuck Courtenay & Bucky Bryant (7 pm) THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)L i ve M u s i c T BA ( 7: 3 0 p m ) J A Z Z ’ D TA PA S B A R - L i v e M u s i c TBA (7 pm) THE JINX- “When Music Mattered” w/Johnny Chicago & MC Awesomesex JJ CAGNEY’S- Voodoo Soup KEVIN BARRY’S- Frank Emerson L O C O S D E L I & P U B - Tr i v i a w / B e n Bennett THE MANSION ON FORSY TH PA R K - P i a n i s t I n m a n D e w e y ( 7 p m - 11 p m ) MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKSLive Music TBA MCDONOUGH’S- Karaoke MERCURY LOUNGE- The Eric Culberson Blues Band NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main F l o o r ) - ( H i p - h o p , R & B , To p 4 0 ) N V N I G H T C L U B ( N e v a e h / To p

DOUBLES (Holiday Inn Midtown)DJ Sam Diamond’s Karaoke D R I F TA W AY C A F É ( W i l m i n g t o n Isl.)- Live Music TBA FA N N I E ’ S O N T H E B E A C H ( Ty b e e ) “ G e o r g i a ” Ky l e S h i v e r ( 7 : 3 0 p m ) F E L I P E ’ S M E X I C A N R E S TA U R A N T The Rivercats (6 pm) FIDDLER’S CRAB HOUSE- Rick & Ginger of Liquid Ginger (10 pm) FINNEGAN’S WAKE (Formerly O’Connell’s Irish Pub)- The Tr a i n w r e c k s F O S T E R ’ S P U B ( Ty b e e ) - K a r a o k e T H E G R I L L B E A C H S I D E ( Ty b e e ) Live Music TBA (7 pm) T H E H I D E - A - W AY ( M i d d l e g r o u n d Rd.)- Live Music TBA THE ISLAND GRILL (Pt. Wentworth)- Karaoke (9 pm) THE JAZZ CORNER (Hilton Head)L i ve M u s i c T BA ( 7: 3 0 p m ) J A Z Z ’ D TA PA S B A R - Tr a e G u r l e y ’ s S i n a t r a Tr i b u t e ( 7 p m ) THE JINX- Dance Party w/MCs Awesomesex, Vinyl Ritchie & ShizNite JJ CAGNEY’S- The Eric Culberson Blues Band KEVIN BARRY’S- Frank Emerson LOCOS DELI & PUB- Open Mic Night w/Hitman THE MANSION ON FORSY TH PA R K - J a c e y F a l k & H i s R h y t h m ( 8 pm - 12 am) MARY’S SEAFOOD & STEAKSA V M E N T. C O M P L E X ( f o r m e r l y Live Music TBA IBIZA)- ‘80s night w/DJ Octavio MOON RIVER BREWING CO.- Eric B & D BURGERS (Downtown)- Live Britt Music TBA (6 pm) MCDONOUGH’S- Karaoke B & D BURGERS (Southside)- Live MERCURY LOUNGE- Live Music Music TBA (9 pm) TBA (10 pm) BAJA CANTINA (The Landings)MULBERRY INN- The Champagne Bucky & Barry (6:30 pm) J a z z Tr i o ( 8 p m ) B AY S T R E E T B L U E S - K a r a o k e NV NIGHT CLUB (Sedah/Main B AY O U C A F É - L i v e M u s i c T B A Floor)- Reggae Madness BERNIE’S ON RIVER STREET- Live w/Syndicate Sound Music TBA (8 pm) P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K BOGEY’S- Karaoke w/Ron HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond CHUCK’S BAR - Karaoke (10 pm) POGY’S BAR & GRILL (Richmond CLUB ICE (formerly THE Hill)- Live Music TBA (7 pm) CAVA L I E R ) - D J W i l l 2 K S AVA N N A H B LU E S - L i ve M u s i c CLUB ONE- Industrial TBA Resurrection w/DJ Shrapnel (10 S AVA N N A H D O W N U N D E R - D J pm) B l u e I c e ( H i p - h o p , R e g g a e , To p D O C ’ S B A R ( Ty b e e ) - L i v e M u s i c 40, R & B) TBA S AVA N N A H S M I L E S - D u e l i n g

Floor)- Open Mic Poetry Night w/Spitfire, A .W.O.L. & W.O.R.D. (8:30 pm) P L A N T E R ’ S TA V E R N ( O L D E P I N K HOUSE)- Gail Thurmond POGY’S BAR & GRILL (Richmond Hill)- Live Music TBA (7 pm) S AVA N N A H B LU E S - B ot t l e s & Cans S AVA N N A H D O W N U N D E R - D J B l u e I c e ( H i p - h o p , R e g g a e , To p 40, R & B) S AVA N N A H S M I L E S - D u e l i n g Pianos S C A N D A L S ( Ty b e e ) - K a r a o k e w / D J Marty Corley (9:30 pm) THE SENTIENT BEANPsychotronic Film: MONDO CANE (8 pm) SLUGGERS (Abercorn)- Karaoke S PA N K Y ’ S ( R i v e r S t r e e t ) - L i v e Music TBA STEAMERS (Georgetown)- Live Music TBA SUZABELLE’S- Live Piano Music TBA TUBBY’S (River St.)- Sunset Par ty w/Live Music TBA (6 pm) TUBBY’S (Thunderbolt)- Live Music TBA (8 pm)





Dining Out


story and photos by Traci Dasher-Sullivan

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Out-of-the-way downtown spot specializes in Memphis BBQ ROBERT FROST ONCE WROTE of sauce to deliver flavor, and Angel’s has choosing to take the road less traveled their own unique blend: Angel Dust. and how that made “all the difference.” Relax, there’s nothing hallucinogenic That idea also applies in about it… just a special the world of restaurants. blend of herbs and Oglethorpe Lane, spices developed after between Oglethorpe five years of loving labor. Avenue and Hull Street, He created the sauce is definitely a “road less used at Angel’s as well, traveled”, but owners having established a forte Andrew and Aileen Trice as saucier during his plan to change that with studies at the California the hickory-smoked Culinary Academy. After Memphis-style meats of 12 years of fine dining The Trices at work Angel’s BBQ. experience in both Angel’s has a limited amount of Europe and the U.S., he decided to go seating, so they do most of their with his heart – and go with barbecue. business in take-out. Due to their sideAndrew’s love was out of place in street location, most of that business California. “Nobody in California knows thus far has been by word-of-mouth. barbecue,” he says. “In California, if So what exactly is “Memphis-style”? you’re invited to a ‘barbecue’, you’re “In South Carolina, people tend to likely to get anything from fish to hamuse a mustard-based sauce,” says Trice. burgers… but not actual barbecue.” “Georgia’s sauces are more ketchupAndrew’s influences actually come based and sweeter. Memphis-style barfrom his roots -- his mother hails from becue is generally tangier and more Memphis, his father from Georgia. vinegar based than tomato based.” So what’s smokin’ at Angel’s? Memphis-style barbecue also relies According to the menu, pulled pork, on spice rubs as opposed to a heavy chicken and… bologna?

“Barbecued bologna is a Memphis favorite, and it was actually one of Elvis’s favorites as well,” says Trice “You take the whole bologna and slit all over, then smoke it. It’s served thick-sliced as a sandwich with barbecue sauce and coleslaw on top.” Angel’s also has a pork sandwich on the menu. And what would barbecue be without the appropriate side dishes? How about some mac n’ cheese, BBQ baked beans, greens and coleslaw (they have fries too). But before you order up, know this: Aside from the mac and the beans, these are not your grandma’s go-alongs. While at the Academy, Trice met a gentleman from our own barrier islands who showed him an old West African way of cooking greens. You will find no fatback or ham hocks in this recipe; what you will find is peanuts. The greens are cooked in a tangy, mild peanut sauce, and while they may not be what you’re used to, they are definitely worth giving a try. The coleslaw is another Memphis method of preparation using a vinegar and mustard base rather than the either sweet or spicy mayonnaise based coleslaws of our area.

The humble exterior of Angel’s BBQ Although the previous items are the only ones on the core menu, other dishes, such as Hop N’ John, Andouille Sausage and Chicken Gumbo and Tasso (spicy pork pieces) and Corn Stew have been offered as Soups of the Day, with dishes such as Brunswick Stew to be added in the future. Before I left, a final question occurred to me: Where did the name Angel’s BBQ come from? Aileen laughed and let me in on the secret.. “Andrew wanted to be a writer before he went into cooking,” she explains “When we were first dating, he wrote a children’s book called Birds and the Bees, and he illustrated me in it as an angel. I’ve been his angel ever since.” ◗

Angel’s BBQ is at 21 West Oglethorpe Lane, near Whitaker Street. Hours are Wednesday thru Saturday, 11:30 till 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 11:30 till 3:00 p.m. For take out orders, call 495-0902.

e g d i r b h t u o S Vickery’s at Restaurant, Wine Bar Mon-Thurs 5:30-10:00 Fri-Sat 5:30-12am Sun 5:30-9:30

“Award of Excellence” Wine Spectator “Top Ten Best Italian in the U.S.” USA Today

Vickery's at Southbridge is open daily for lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinner is served Tuesday through Friday evening from 5 to 9 p.m. 415 Southbr idge Boulevard • (912) 651-5455

2 East Broughton St. • 231-8888 w w w. i l p a s t i c c i o . c o m

Banquet facilities available for all group sizes.




by Taylor Eason

Memories on the vine In remembrance of great wines (and times) past


• Student Loan Repayment Program • Receive College Tuition Assistance • Get the finest technical training in the nation


• Insurance, benefits, travel and more!


Serve one weekend per month and 15 training days per year!!!!


Call Today

Toll Free: 800-344-5193 Local: 927-8463 or 966-8109

Coolest Store In Town Downtown Liberty @ Bull (912)236-5192

E-mail Taylor at


of ADULT 95 1,000s DVDs & VHS

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

bubbly: La Grande Dame from Veuve Cliquot. And he did. When the smooth, tangerine lemon-lime elegance hit my tongue, my world changed, and I knew why people lay out $150 for certain bottles of champagne. I melted like silly putty on hot cement, swooning from the experience, into the eager arms of my grinning boyfriend. But the first time I had a pinot noir that made me weak in the knees, 2000 Domaine Serene Evanstad Reserve Pinot Noir ($48), the flood of earthy, raspberry and blueberry-laden flavors overwhelmed my sense of pinot normalcy. I was sitting at an otherwise uneventful wine seminar in Atlanta, drawing on a napkin or something, when Domaine Serene came into my life. The perfect balance of coaxing tannins, elegant, rich fruit and soft acids made me realize that pinot can be what Miles says it can be… sex in a bottle. The perfect dessert pairing can be the best part of a meal. Forget the vegetables and protein, give me chocolate and red zinfandel and I’ll be the happy one playing quietly by herself in the corner. I once took a bunch of friends to Hawaiian-themed Roy’s, whose decadent Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé is a regular habit of mine, and the sommelier suggested a glass of EOS Zinfandel to complete the nirvana. EOS is a winery in Paso Robles, where zinfandel grows up to be big, cherry, raspberry fruit-bombs, thus it’s a perfect partner to semi-sweet chocolate. Yep-a-roo. Roy’s Chocolate Soufflé and EOS Zinfandel, all the clichés apply: two peas in a pod, peanut butter and jelly, sunrise and sunset. Sigh… Flavor memories also abound from the panic situations you find yourself in — like last year’s four hurricane scares in Tampa, where I live. I drank more of my prized bottles in three weeks than I have in three years, but I cherished every moment I spent enjoying them with friends. And that’s what flavor memories are all about, right? ◗

Connect Savannah

A FLAVOR CAN EVOKE A WORLD of memories. When I smell something, I can still recall the exact sensations in my mouth, like the sweet, suntanlotion, coconut-ness of my first perfect piña colada on St. Pete Beach. But most of my flavor memories revolve around wine. My first wine memory occurred in Switzerland, where I lived for two years after college. I was fortunate enough to date a guy whose family was in the wine business. My first experience with dessert wine — and with wine that had been aged for a long time — originated in a bottle of 1947 Chateau d’Yquem Sauternes. Everyone at the table gawked as La Petite Americaine writhed in bliss, reduced to a salivating Pavlov dog. I never knew aged wine could taste just like roasted green apples tinged with rich caramel, pears and peaches. I quickly became hooked on dessert wines, but given the rarity and expensiveness of the older Yquems, that’s a drug I haven’t tried since. Then there’s my cheese dealer, Raymond Hook, who set me up with an aged blue cheese from New Zealand and its best friend, Dow’s 10 year-old Tawny Port ($27). I’ve always loved the unctuous, dark fruit-ness of port and its affinity for blue cheese. But this time, the two were soul mates shagging on a sultry summer night. Loaded with caramel (I loved Kraft caramel cubes as a kid, so I’m sensitive to its presence), a splash of candied orange with a sweet finish that doesn’t end. The salty, sourness of the blue cheese is soothed by the sweetness of the port, creating a flavor memory unmatched since. When the world was supposed to end on New Year’s Eve 1999, I definitely wanted to end it right, with an empty bottle of expensive champagne firmly attached to my rigid, ash-crusted hand. I was but a youngster at the time, with hardly enough money to afford The Good Stuff, yet somehow managed to convince my boyfriend — who owned a wine shop — to cough up the quality




by Michael Jordan

Diving off the left coast Monterey Bay’s ‘underwater Grand Canyon’ offers challenges for even experienced divers “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors”

Asbury Memorial UMC Sunday, August 21st

“Your Journey! Your Calling!” Check out our web site:

Now Open!!! Located right beside Oglethorpe Mall

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Worship@11:15a.m. • Corner of Henry St. & Waters Ave. • 233-4351, parking lot in back of building.

108 Mall Blvd 354-0300

Bringing the Taste of Downtown to the Southside

10% off entree w/Military or College ID

Stay Posted for Our Grand Opening We Accept SCAD Cards Downtown

Visit our other 2 locations: 5700 Waters Avenue 420 E. Broughton Street (912) 692-0057 (912) 236-0530

Spring & Summer Flings We are your one-stop helper for all your family, business and church gatherings and picnics. No get-together is too small or too large. We can fix it all...or a little. • Chilled Salads & Entrees • Hot Meal Solutions • Party Platters • Hors d'oeuvres • Special Orders Welcomed Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner to Go • Catering Monday - Friday - 7:00 am - 6:30 pm • Saturday - 7:30 am - 3:00 pm

A casual gourmet experience. Paulsen & 66th Street 912.691.1266

ON THE CALIFORNIA coast roughly 100 miles south of San Francisco lies a hidden passage to another universe. The cold blue waters off the tiny seaside town of Moss Landing conceal a vast underwater chasm almost a thousand feet deeper than the Grand Canyon. Deep water can be found in oceans all around the world, but what makes this submarine fissure so special is its The beach at Monterey, Calif. extreme proximity to land. The tip of Monterey Canyon is almost within down into the bowels of the building, swimming distance of the beach. Just a where the Institute’s engineers have short distance offshore, it plunges to created one of the world’s first depths of more than two miles below the autonomous underwater vehicles surface. The seafloor off our own coast, (AUVs). by contrast, slopes gently for many miles MBARI has an entire fleet of the before it attains equivalent depths. yellow, torpedo-shaped mini-subs, each Unlike its desert cousin in Arizona, equipped with an electric engine and a California’s "underwater Grand Canyon" global positioning satellite navigation is teeming with life. Coldwater currents system. Researchers drop the robot swirl up from the dark depths, filling the subs into the deep waters of the bay, turbid water with nutrients that attract then leave them to map the seafloor on a everything from whales, seals, and sea pre-programmed track. Scientists return lions to bizarre deep-water fish and days later to retrieve the intelligent sharks. machines. Nestled against the edge of the In a lab near the AUV shop, an canyon in Moss engineer Landing is the showed me a Monterey Bay thick-walled Aquarium and cylindrical conResearch traption Institute’s designed to Operations safely contain Center. The scifish and other entists and engicreatures neers who work researchers here refer to it as capture in the MBARI (em-BARcold darkness ee). of the deep Founded and canyon. funded by The metal Hewlett-Packard tube artificially co-founder David maintains the Packard in 1987, extreme water An open panel shows the electronics of the AUV MBARI is a world pressures of the (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle) leader in deep deep so scienocean research. tists can keep their catches alive for Since deep water is so close to study and observation. shore, MBARI’s researchers are able to Later in the tour, Dr. Connor ushered make day-trips to study deep ocean life. me aboard the research vessel Western I stopped by the Institute during a Flyer, an extremely stable twin-hulled holiday California vacation to get a firstship equipped with a moon pool that hand look at the leading edge of underallows scientists to lower submersibles water technology. into the water from a cavernous hangar Marine Biologist Dr. Judith Connor amidships. took me on a brief tour of the Institute’s MBARI’s engineers and scientists hi-tech facility, starting with the stunning have discovered many animals never view of the bay from the building’s large before seen by humans, including conference room. Then Connor led me

Thank you Savannah for voting us


DAILY 11:30 TILL 3:00PM

W e 20% n oOFF w Featuring Captain Crab’s Hot Sauce o ffer BBQ and Secret Spice, World Famous T-shirts, Wine, Nautical Gifts, R i bCandles, s & Souvenirs, Arthur Court Serveware and more! Chicken Receive

any Gift Shack Purchase.

Coupon expires 5/20/03

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

“Where The Elite Eat in Their Bare Feet.”

Connect Savannah

40 Estill Hammock Rd., Tybee Island

Windows Windows

Re-opening October 2005. Redesigned Menu & Restaurant... Same Great View. For Employment Opportunities Call (912) 238-1234

At the end of the jetty, we emptied the air from our buoyancy compensator vests and descended into the cold, fifty-foot-deep water. I allowed my eyes to adjust to the bluish light, and immediately noticed thousands of multicolored starfish scattered all over the rocky bottom. Giant strands of kelp extended from the rocks to Research vessels moored at Moss Landing the shimmering surface, and the sunbeams that twenty-foot-long colonial organisms danced between the massive plants called Siphonophores that devour their beckoned me to swim through this prey in multiple stomachs, an evil-eyed underwater forest. cephalopod dubbed the "Vampire Squid," I reached out and ran one of the big and two unique species of worms that brown fronds between my thumb and feed on the bones of dead whales. forefinger, feeling its leathery texture, Leaving Moss Landing, I pointed my then released it and watched as it slid rental car south towards Monterey for an back into place. up-close-and-personal experience with Multi-colored fish darted in and out of the creatures of Monterey Bay. the kelp forest, and crabs skittered Monterey is a tourist town, with a cloying around on the rocks below. This was an glut of chintzy shops and attractions enchanting environment unlike anything that reminded me of Gatlinburg, I’d experienced in the warm waters off Tennessee or Key West, Florida. Georgia and Florida, at once cold and Cannery Row, made famous in John inviting. Steinbeck’s 1945 book by the same One of the other divers caught my name, sits on the edge of the water. As I attention with a gesture, and I followed parked the car and walked towards the the wave of his gloved hand to the Monterey Bay Dive Center at the end of seafloor just in time to see a submerged the street, I saw sea lions and birds frolharbor seal swim by. Its movements icking on the rocks just offshore. A were quick and graceful, and in a chilling wind blew off the water, and I second it was gone. shivered as I wondered what my dive We spent the better part of an hour would hold in store. hovering like astronauts in a liquid Inside the Dive Center, dive master space, exploring the crevices and Jared Berg introduced himself and precipices of this fanciful place. began checking out my gear. Jared As we emerged from the surf into the shook his head when I presented my bright sunlight of a late December day, I three-millimeter-thick neoprene dive suit. felt like an explorer returning home from It might be fine for Florida or Georgia a journey to a new land. An inner sense in the summertime, but the 55-degree of satisfaction and wonder warmed me waters of Monterey Bay would require in spite of the chilly wind. ◗ me to rent a suit more than twice as thick, as well as a thick neoprene hood You don’t have to be a scuba diver or a to cover my head. scientist to explore Monterey Bay for With the suit zipped up and the rest yourself. The MBARI aquarium on of my dive gear slung over my shoulder, I Cannery Row offers land-lubbers a joined Jared and two other divers for the chance to peek beneath the waves short walk to the shore. Jared without getting wet. The facility is home instructed us to wade out to waist-deep to the only great white shark in captivity water before slipping the fins on our in the world, and boasts fascinating feet. I shivered as the chilly saltwater exhibits on everything from glow-in-theseeped into my suit, then put my face dark jellyfish to sea turtles. into the waves as we kicked our way to Visit the aquarium online at deeper water.



Now Showing


by Matt Brunson tiful that it almost hurts to look at her, plays Sarah Nolan, a recent divorcee who takes a chance on meeting single men who contact her through an Internet dating service. John Cusack, so adorable that even heterosexual guys might feel inclined to give him a big bear hug, portrays Jake Anderson, one of her prospective suitors. Over the course of the film, they date and dally with other people, yet they find themselves repeatedly drawn to each other. Elizabeth Perkins (as Sarah’s sarcastic sister), Christopher Plummer (as their suave dad) and especially Stockard Channing (as the dad’s girlfriend) excel in key roles, yet the movie firmly belongs to its stars: Lane as a warm and empathic woman who’s generous to a fault and Cusack as a sensitive artisttype (he builds wooden boats by hand) who watches Dr. Zhivago incessantly. You either buy into this fantasy or you don’t -- me, I happily wallowed in it.

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5


With rare exception, the lead actors in Jim Jarmusch films tend to be low-key and laid-back: Think Johnny Depp in Dead Man, Forest Whitaker in Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai or the principal cast of Stranger Than Paradise. Bill Murray is presently carrying on the tradition, first with his brief appearance in Jarmusch’s vignette-driven Coffee & Cigarettes and now with his starring role in Broken Flowers, a lovely little film that has emerged as one of the brightest -and most atypical -- releases of the summer movie season. Here, Murray plays Don Johnston, whose seemingly catatonic existence receives a muchneeded jolt -- not so much from the departure of his fed-up girlfriend (Julie Delpy) as from the arrival of an anonymous letter claiming that he has a son who’s been kept hidden from him for the past two decades. Don’s next-door neighbor Winston (Jeffrey Wright), an amateur sleuth, talks him into providing him with a list of long-ago girlfriends who could possibly be the mother of his child (and the writer of the letter). Armed with this info, Winston creates a itinerary and pushes Don out the door with the mission of visiting these women and solving the mystery. “I’m a stalker in a Taurus!” So what we have, in essence, is that most American of movie genres: the road picture, in which an inquisitive individual travels across this great land of ours not only seeking some sort of closure but also coming into contact with citizens who cover the social strata. Broken Flowers is a movie of wry humor and wry observations, yet it’s precisely because of Murray’s approach that the film works as well as it does: Rarely has an actor conveyed so much by doing so little. Yet Murray’s not working alone, thanks to the contributions of the women playing his former flames.


Say this for Spike Lee: Nobody can ever accuse the man of being a sellout. Even as his movies continue to draw tiny audiences and (presumably) lose money for their studios, he has steadfastly remained true to himself, making pictures that matter to him personally. The same, alas, cannot be said for fellow African-American filmmaker John Singleton, who went from the Oscarnominated triumph of Boyz N The Hood to helming 2 Fast 2 Furious, the junky sequel to another director’s The Fast and the Furious. Four Brothers finds Singleton again slumming, this time in the service of a standard revenge flick that was a lot more fun when John Wayne and Dean Martin tackled the basic premise in The Sons of Katie Elder. The brothers of the title are Bobby (Mark Wahlberg), Angel (Tyrese Gibson), Jeremiah (Andre Benjamin) and Jack (Garrett Hedlund), who grew up in the care of a foster home provider (Fionnula


The Skeleton Key serves as a perfect bookend to the earlier summer release Dark Water. Here we have two thrillers that attempt to move away from the yawn-inducing norm by focusing as much on character and atmospherics as on the pre-packaged thrills; furthermore, both films have the audacity to sidestep bogus happy endings in favor of conclusions that conceivably might leave audiences unsettled. Not surprisingly, Dark Water failed to catch on, and there’s no reason to believe that The Skeleton Key won’t meet the same dismal fate. Kate Hudson stars as Caroline Ellis, a caretaker who’s hired to look after a stroke victim (John Hurt) who resides in a creaky mansion in the middle of the Louisiana swamps. The patient’s wife (Gena Rowlands) views Caroline with suspicion, though she quickly earns the trust of the elderly couple’s lawyer (Peter Sarsgaard); at any rate, it’s not long before it’s Caroline who has to keep her guard up, as mysterious events suggest that a paranormal presence might be living within the house. Flanagan) who raised the boys after nobody else wanted them. Now grown up, the lads return to their Detroit home after they learn that their mom was killed during a convenience store holdup. But as the siblings snoop around, they realize that she wasn’t an innocent bystander but the target of a planned hit. The four lead actors establish an easygoing camaraderie, but that isn’t enough to overcome silly supporting characters, a hard-to-swallow plotline and a ludicrous climax set on a frozen lake. This is also the sort of movie where a villain’s ruthlessness is established in short-hand by the fact that (gasp!) he swipes a fat kid’s candy bar. Still, let’s not be too harsh on Singleton, who deserves credit for attaching himself as producer to the recent Hustle & Flow.

of being tagged The Next Big Thing, delivers a strong performance as Lisa Reisert, whose flight home to Miami turns into a terror trip once she discovers that the charming guy (Cillian Murphy) sitting next to her will manipulate her into helping him assassinate the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security (Jack Scalia). Knowing that her father (Brian Cox) will be slain if she doesn’t cooperate, Lisa, motivated by a tragedy in her own past that the movie only reveals gradually, will do everything in her power to save both Poppa and the politician. Like last year’s equally preposterous guilty pleasure Cellular, Red Eye may not expand the parameters of the thriller genre but it certainly knows how to make its way inside its well-established conventions.

RED EYE ✰✰1/2


Red-Eye qualifies as the best movie that director Wes Craven has ever made, and if that sounds like damning him with faint praise, so be it. But unlike the junk that has come to define his inexplicably lengthy career (The Last House On the Left, The People Under the Stairs, Scream), this new film at least feels like an A-list project rather than the usual masturbatory exercises in misogyny that he usually foists upon a complacent public. Rachel McAdams, who in less than two years has proven herself worthy

Many of the elements that have made the contemporary romantic comedy such a grueling (and formulaic) experience are present in Must Love Dogs, and yet the movie nonetheless will work for those willing to surrender themselves to its dreamy passion. The film’s success begins and ends with its leading players, and yet it’s important not to under value director Gary David Goldberg’s script (adapted from Claire Cook’s novel), which adds some interesting quirks to a familiar framework. Diane Lane, so beau-


Airing from 1979 to 1985, the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard was created for people who had trouble following the plotlines featured on Three’s Company. Inspired by the glut of so-called “hick flicks” that dominated drive-ins throughout the 1970s, the hit show was primarily an excuse to showcase good ol’ boy shenanigans amidst plenty of car collisions. This film version follows suit, and the entire enterprise, appropriately enough, can be summed up in the sort of blurb found in TV Guide: “Bo (Johnny Knoxville) and Luke (Sean William Scott) try to prevent the corrupt Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds) from seizing all the land in Hazzard County for his own devious purposes. Daisy: Jessica Simpson. Uncle Jesse: Willie Nelson. 97 minutes. (Repeat)” But let’s be honest: If you’re a fan of either the original series and/or Johnny Knoxville, you’ll probably get your money’s worth, so ignore the critics and zoom on over to the multiplex.

SKY HIGH ✰✰1/2

Better than Fantastic Four but nowhere near the league of The Incredibles, Sky High is yet another feature film that centers on a family of superheroes. Cribbing as much from X-Men and the Harry Potter series as from the aforementioned pair, this live-action Disney romp stars appealing Michael Angarano as Will Stronghold, the son of superhero legends The Commander (Kurt Russell) and Jetstream (Kelly Preston). As a freshman at Sky High, a high school populated exclusively by kids with special powers, Will is expected to emerge as a hero ahead of his time; instead, his lack of powers finds him relegated to the “Hero Support” classes, where he and other underachievers learn the basics to becoming a sidekick. ◗


THE 411|

Rules for Happenings Nonprofits -- We will list your event or service at no charge if you are a bona fide nonprofit. Free events or services -- If your event or service is free of charge, we will in turn list it at no charge. Current Connect Savannah clients -- We will list your Happening at no charge in gratitude for your continued support of our newspaper. Private business or individual -- We will charge $5 per week per entry, payable up front by check or credit card. This goes for art classes, yoga classes, workshops, seminars, etc. that do not meet the above criteria. We retain the option to place your happening in the appropriate category. Send Happenings and/or payment to: Connect Savannah, 1800 E. Victory Dr, Suite 7, Savannah, GA, 31404. Fax to 231-9932. E-mail: We reserve the right to edit or cut nonpaid listings because of space limitations.

Mary’s Seafood & Steakhouse

• Live Music Tues-Sat • Private Parties Welcome


• Reservations Recommended • Happy Hour 4-7

10002 Abercorn Street • Savannah, Georgia 31406 Phone (912) 927-1300

Fellowship of Reconciliation

Activism & Politics Local group meets regularly the third Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. at the Sentient Bean Coffeehouse, 13 E. Park Ave. Call Raymond at 898-3506.

Chatham County Democratic Committee

The Savannah-Chatham chapter of the League of Women Voters meets on the first Monday of the month at 5 p.m. in Room 3 of the Heart and Lung Building at Candler Hospital.

Libertarian Party of Chatham County

Chatham County Young Republicans

Rap Sessions

Chatham County Democratic Women

For information, call Brad Morrison at 5964810. For information, call Maxine Harris at 3520470 or 484-3222.

A free-flowing discussion of spiritual, political and social issues on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at 223 E. Gwinnett St., on the corner of Lincoln and Gwinnett, next to Kroger. Don’t let your human voice be silenced. Call 232-1165.

Curbside Recycling

Savannah Peace Coalition

Persons who would like the city to initiate a curbside recycling program can sign a petition offered by the Savannah Chapter of the Green Building Council. Call 236-0781 or access the petition online at

Keep up with current events every Tuesday night on Yahoo Chat around 7 p.m. Send an e-mail to to receive an invitation to join the chat.

Coastal Democrats

continued on page 32

A Savannah Tradition Since 1976! Voted Best in Savannah! Custom work or choose from 100,000 designs Body Piercing Hours: Mon-Sat Noon-10 • Sun Noon-7

No Appointment Necessary 23 E. Derenne • Savannah, GA 912-352-TATT

For information, call Maxine Harris at 3520470 or 484-3222.

Libertarian Party of Chatham County meets each Monday at 8:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble at Oglethorpe Mall. Call 308-3934 or visit

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

meets on the second Monday of each month. at 6 p.m. For information, call Joe Murray Rivers, chair, 234-5969, or Janice Shay, 547-5212 or visit

League of Women Voters

Connect Savannah

Amnesty International

The oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in the United States meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave.



THE 411|

continued from page 31

Meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Call 927-7170.

9 p.m. The gallery is located within the Starland Dairy District between Bull and Whitaker on 41st Street.

Sierra Club

Mutation: the venue for misfit crafts

Regular meetings held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church, 520 E. Washington Ave. 351-7436. For information, call Tom Oxnard at 5984290 or

Crafters who are interested in selling their handmade goods are asked to apply to his upcoming show, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 8 from 1-6 p.m. at the Starland Center for Contemporary Arts. Tables cost $12 and under. Contact Meghan Shannon at

Speak Up!

Starland Art Show

Savannah Republican Club

Skidaway Island Democrats

Local activist group focused on protesting the illegality of the war in Iraq. Contact Richard DiPirro at 441-7167 for more information.

Auditions The Armstrong Atlantic State University Department of Art, Music & Theatre and the Savannah Friends of Music will hold auditions for the AAYO on Saturday, Aug. 20. Students from primary to college level who are interested in participating should call Lorraine Jones at 236-2560 to schedule an audition time.

Lowcountry Ensemble Company is looking for actors, writers, directors, producers, musicians, poets and those who want to be. The Lowcountry Ensemble Company is in the process of creating, developing and maintaining a company of actors. For information, send e-mail to

Call for Entries Annual Craft Sale St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church, 11500 Middleground Rd., is seeking crafters to display their wares at the annual craft sale, set for Saturday, Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Space and table rental is $30. A limited number of covered booths are available for $45. Call 925-4725.

Chatham County Chamber seeks musicians The Chatham County Chamber Group is seeking classically trained musicians. Call 232-2326.

Mod Podge Collage A show celebrating the art of collage will be held Aug. 18-31 at desotorow gallery. 2D and 3D works will be accepted. The reception will be held Friday, Aug. 19 from 7-

Classes & Workshops 2003 Grassroots Arts Workshops The City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs/Leisure Services Bureau will sponsor Grassroots grant writing workshops. The program is open to non-profit organizations based in Chatham County, including social, cultural, educational or health-related organizations. Applicants must provide a 50-percent cash match for the amount requested and may not request more than $2,000. Workshops are set for Aug. 24 at 3:30 p.m. and Aug. 20 at noon at 9 W. Henry St. Space is limited, and registration is required. Call 651-6417. The deadline for applications is Friday, Sept. 16.

Adult Education The Women’s Center of Wesley Community Centers in collaboration with Royce Learning Centers and Hope House of Savannah offers tutoring every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in basic literacy skills, GED preparation and computer training. Call 447-5711 or stop by the center at 1601 Drayton St. to register.

Art and Theater Classes at S.P.A.C.E. Several classes in art and theater are being offered for both children and adults at S.P.A.C.E., 9 W. Henry St. For information, call 651-4248.

Art Bodies The next session of Art Bodies, a weekly adult figure studio will be Wednesday, Sept. 7 through Oct. 12. The group meets Wednesdays, from 9 a.m. to noon, at The Art School, 74 W. Montgomery Crossroads No. B-2. A variety of models and extended poses are available to artists who would like to pursue figure work. The cost is $60 for a six-week session. Pre-registration and prepayment required. Call 921-1151 for information.

The Art School The Art School provides quality art instruction for ages 6 through adult. Register now for afterschool classes. Classes provide a comfortable, non-competitive atmosphere for students of all levels. Tuition includes professional art supplies. Located across from Summit Gymnastics/Sharks Cheerleading at 74 W. Montgomery Crossroads. Call 921-1151 or visit

AASU First Step Course

Baby sign classes

Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Department of Professional and Continuing

Savannah Speech & Hearing Center is offering Baby Sign classes for babies aged 6-12 months and their parents. Communicate with your baby before you knew it was possible. Classes are offered in four-week sessions every month. Times vary. The cost is $50, which includes materials. To register, call 355-4601.


Mon-Sat 11a.m. to 3a.m. Happy Happy Hour Hour 4-7pm 4-7pm Drink & &Appetizer Appetizer Specials Specials Drink


12 North Lathrop Ave. • Savannah, GA only 2 miles from River St. • WHERE THE GIRLS ARE! • WHERE THE GIRLS ARE!


The Finest Adult Entertainment Savannah Has to Offer • Lunch & Dinner Specials • Late Night Kitchen • VIP Champagne Rooms • Bachelor Parties of All Sizes Our Specialty

are held at The Art School Monday evenings from 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon. Beginners are welcome. For information, call Lind Hollingsworth at 921-1151.

Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Department of Professional and Continuing Education will offer computer courses. Excel-Level III will be held Aug. 15 and 16 from 6-9 p.m. The fee is $89. Microsoft Access-Level III is an advanced class to learn how to customize and enhance your reports in Access by using macros, graphics and more. The class will be held Aug. 22 and 23 from 6-9 p.m. Call 927-5322.

International Gentlemen’s Club

Adult Art Classes

AASU Computer Courses


Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Armstrong Atlantic Youth Orchestra

This call for entries asks artists to unearth personal conviction, boldly translate international politics to local consequences. All politics is local, all politics is personal. Please send submissions and proposals to David at The submission deadline is Sept. 21. The work will be selected by Sept. 23 and installation will begin Oct. 2. The exhibit will run Oct. 7-29 at the Starland Center for the Contemporary Arts, 2428 Bull St.

Education is offering a course specifically designed to help those who have been out of high school for 5 years or more prepare to take the first step towards starting college. Classes meet every Tuesday from Sept. 6-27 from 6-8:30 p.m. The fee is $49. The classes will focus on academic skills, study strategies, time management and more. Call 927-5222.

Basic Boating Course The Tybee Light Power Squadron will conduct this course starting Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Hospital Medical Center Education Auditorium at 4700 Waters Ave. The 8-week course will include safe boat operation, basic navigation and piloting, seamanship, reading charts, state and federal regulations and more. Students will have the oppotunikty to use what they have learned on a short cruise. The cost is $40 for the first family member and $5 for each additional family member. Call 3514148.

Basic computer class Eastside Concerned Citizens Inc. at 803 E. Park Ave. offers basic computer classes every second and fourth Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. 232-5280.

Beginners quilting classes are held every Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Wesley Community Centers of Savannah, Inc., 1601 Drayton St. Register by calling 447--5711 or stop by the center.

Building a Home The UBuildIt office in Savannah invites you to attend a free seminar to help you learn more about building your very own dream house. Call 236-1211.

Career Achievement Program St. Mary’s Community Center, an affiliate of St. Joseph’s/Candler, is offering a program to help adults with math, reading and writing skills. Participants learn through a computer software program, small group and individual tutoring and study books. Participants can choose their hours between Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The center is at 812 W. 36th St. Call 447-0578.

Chatham County Aquatic Center offers swimming lessons for all ages. Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays for ages 3 to 5 and 6 to 8. Adults and ages 9 to 12 meet Tuesdays and Thursdays. A variety of times are offered. Call 351-6556.

Children’s Art Studio Combining quality education with the fun and enrichment of the creative process, the Children’s Art Studio will offer mixed-media classes for children ages 4-12. Tentative class offerings include Ceramic Birdhouses, Children’s LiterARTure, Amazing Animal Games, Do The Zoo, Mimic the Masters and The Artist’s Garden. The studio is located at 714 Mall Blvd., across from South College. Classes will be offered Monday through Friday from 9-10:30 a.m., 11 a.m. to noon and 1-2:30 p.m. All classes are $95 for the week, which includes materials and a snack.

THE SENTIENT BEAN 13 E. Park Ave | 232.444 7 Voted Best Coffee & Coffeeshop2004 by the readers of Connect Savannah We asked our customers why...

“The Bean’s coffee is like crack, which is hard to find in Savannah” -anonymous violin player

Live Music, Indie Film, Poetry For events listings visit:


anastasia owner

ph. 912.443.9678 22 E. 39th Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Call Kimberly Statts at 355-6252 or send email to

Church Music Seminar The School of Church Music located at 101 Bull St. is announcing specialized workshops to give practical help with almost every area of music ministry, including Conducting Techniques, Youth Choirs, Planning and Organization, Worship Teams, Midi and Keyboards, Children’s Choirs, Worship Planning, Liturgy, Senior Choirs, Keyboards, Vocal Techniques, Rehearsal Tips, Music Software and more. Call 236-1566 or send email to

costs of their children’s college education. It will take them through the intricacies of the college funding system from FAFSA applications to student athletics with descriptions of all the major sources of money. Reserve a seat by calling 800-693-4188.

Computer Classes Basic introduction to computers and Microsoft Works offered at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Bull and 31st streets. Classes meet for two hours, one day a week for six weeks. Cost is $20 for the session and $20 for the text book. Pre-registration is required. Call 355-0219.

City’s Arts and Theatre Classes

Davenport House Docent Training

The City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs offers classes in both Performing and Visual Arts, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, Stained Glass Mosaics, Jewelry-Making, Audition and Monologue Preparation, Creative Dramatics and more. The eight-week classes will begin in September. All ages and abilities. Call 6514248 or visit

Volunteer docent training will be offered in July. Training includes studies in local history and decorative arts. Docents lead tours and assist with programming for people from around the world who visit the historic house. Call Dottie Kraft at 236-8097 or send email to

Clergy Seminar

College Funding Workshop College Funding Solutions of Savannah will hold a free community workshop on Saturday, Aug. 20 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Abercorn Business Center, 12020 Abercorn St. The workshop will teach parents of high school students about the opportunities available to help them pay the out-of-pocket


is offering several classes and workshops. The list includes sewing, crocheting, computer training, CPR and more. 232-5280.

The Economic Opportunity Authority is offering free computer classes for beginners in Computer Basics Level One plus the study guide program software for the Georgia High School Graduation Test. Call Gloria Ferguson at 238-2960, Ext. 153.

Fiction Writing Workshop in Belize will be held this fall. The eight-night workshop will be held at Xanadu Island Resort. .Participants will fly out of Atlanta. All details are available from Christopher Scott Writing Vacations at 398-1727 or

First Steps parent education program continued on page 34


¢ R a w Oyste rs (Anyt ime)

Martini NIght Wednesdays


(for ladies only)1 0pm-close,$1 domestic drafts $1 well drinks

Live Music: Georgia Kyle


Shooter Thursday

Live Music: Liquid Ginger

$3.00 Buck Shots

Live Music Friday



Live Music Saturday 4 Back River Ramblers Sunday 4 Eric Culberson FUBAR (Fed Up By Area Restaurants) Service Appreciation Night 1/2 Drinks on Selected Item $4 Yager Bombs

The Express Cafe’ & Bakery

Offsite Catering Available!


Monday Trivia with Art & Brad

Now Under New Management!

All You Can Eat Crab Legs only $19.99!

Open 7 Days A Week

(Must be seated by 9:30pm

Mon.-Fri. 7am - 3pm Sat.-Sun. 8am - 3pm

• Vegitarian & Vegan menu available • Fresh baked breads, bagels and delicious pastries (Including our world famous sticky buns.) • Gourmet coffees, lattes and espressos • Fresh made soups, salads and sandwiches • “Savannah’s Best Bread Pudding”

Serving Breakfast All Day •


39 Barnard St. between Congress & Broughton Check our menu online @

7 Tuesday’s Service Industry Night

1/2 off all beverages excludes bottled beer & premium wine Live Music: Tommy Thompson

131 W. River St 644-7172

Coastal Scooters is conducting classes that focus on road skills, safety and the proper maintenance of scooters. Classes are limited in size to provide personal assistance. Each rider is equipped with a TGB 49.5cc scooter and helmet. The class is three hours in length, consisting of classroom, field and onroad instruction. Classes meet on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or Sundays from 1-4 p.m. The cost is $40. To register, call 2325513 or visit Coastal Scooters at 418 W. Broughton St.

Eastside Concerned Citizens, Inc. Project Tomorrow Inc.

Great Food Great Music Great Everyday

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Coastal Scooters Classes

Happyr Houpm

Drawing Inspiration From the Masters Free drawing classes for teens, adults and seniors are offered by the Savannah Art Association through a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs and Leisure Services Bureau. Classes are held Saturdays through October from 9 a.m. to noon at Armstrong Atlantic State University’s’ Fine Arts Hall. Call 897-5612 or 598-8217.

Crab House

Connect Savannah

Ministering to Vulnerable Populations: Child and Elder Abuse, a seminar for clergy and lay leaders, will be held Thursday, Sept. 8 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St. A $10 fee will cover the cost of materials and refreshments. For information, call the Victim Witness Assistance Program at 652-7329.




THE 411|


continued from page 33

This parent education and support program is based at St. Joseph’s/Candler. To find out how you can help, call 819-6910.

noon to 1 p.m. or 7:30-8:30 p.m. Class fee is $12. 313 E. Harris St. For information, call Cindy Beach, M.S., 429-7265.

Media Play. For information, call Antonio at 713-1470 or send email to

Free Coaching Session and Assessment

Parent and Teen Driving Course

Free session for personal, career and professional development. Call Executive Leadership Coaching, 443-9860, or send email to

ABATE (American Bikers Active Toward Education)

St. Joseph’s/Candler African-American Health Information and Resource Center offers free computer classes. Call 447-6605 for times, days and registration information. Space is limited.

The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department will present a free two-hour parent/teen driver’s course the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Day School, 4625 Waters Ave. Call 651-6653 or send e-mail to and request a registration form. The course is designed for 14-16 year olds and their parents. Advance registration is required.

Inquiry Circle

Parenting the preschooler

based on the work of Byron Katie is now forming. Contact Ursula Sterling at 484-0134 or send e-mail to, or visit p.

is a course offered by Telfair Women’s Hospital at Candler. Call at 819-3368 or visit

Free computer classes

When would now be a great time to engage yourself in life-changing strategies. Career; stress reduction; spirituality. Free initial halfhour consultation. Call Cindy Beach, M.S., at 429-7265.

Drawing sessions will be held the first three Tuesdays of every month from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Savannah Art Association (located in City Market upstairs over Belford’s). The model is clothed. Bring your own drawing supplies. $10 per session for members.

Life Drawing Sessions

Savannah Entrepreneurial Center

with a clothed model will be held Sundays Aug. 28, Sept. 25 and Oct. 23 from 1-4 p.m. at the Savannah Art Association, located above Belford’s in City Market. Bring drawing supplies. The cost is $35 per session for members, $45 for non-members. Call 897-5612.

at 801 E. Gwinnett offers business and computer classes.

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Life Challenge Consulting

Connect Savannah

The Live Oak Public Library offers free classes on using computers to access information at the Bull Street Library. Call 652-3662.

Memorial Health positive parenting class

Publication Date

Sept. 7th Call for Advertising Information

The cost is $10 per person and is most beneficial to parents of children less than 4 years. To register, call 350-9335.

Mindful meditation classes will be held on Mondays from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. at the Integrated Behavioral Center, 1121 Cornell Ave. The cost is $10 per session. Call 3554987.

Mindfulness and Ordinary Recovery Indepth exploration of the 11th step. Meditation and contemplation instruction provided as it applies to recovery and maintenance. Classes are held on Monday from

231-0250 Space Reservation Deadline Sept. 1

Non-Proof Ads

Sept 1 Camera Ready Ads

Sept 2nd@12pm

Stress Reduction Through Mindfulness Come learn the foundations of stress reduction as it applies to family, the workplace and current life challenges. Classes are held Wednesdays from 7-8:30 p.m. Class fee is $15. 313 E. Harris St. For more information, call Cindy Beach, M.S., 429-7265.

Tennis, anyone? Tennis for munchkins, juniors and adults -summer camps, clinics, ball machine workouts. Call 961-9862.

Thinking of Starting a Business is a workshop that will be held Thursday, Aug. 25 from 6-8:30 p.m. in the Small Business Assistance Center conference room at 111 E. Liberty St. The cost is $40 if pre-registered and prepaid or $50 the day of the workshop. For information, call 651-3200 or send e-mail to

Clubs & Organizations AASU Sci-Fi Fantasy Club On Thursdays, the club sponsors role playing with Dungeons and Dragons, Modern D29, Witchcraft, magic the gathering and other role playing games. Anyone interested in playing is free to join. The club meets at 7:30 p.m. at the AASU Compass Point Club House. The club is forming a laser tag team and has bi-monthly children’s readings on Saturdays from 1-3 p.m. at

401(k) Rollovers Made Easy

Proof Ads

Aug 30

Savannah Art Association Life Drawing

Voted Best Local Tour

Timothy Beers 24 E. Montgomery Cross Road Savannah, GA 31406 912.925.6608

Pat Brooks, CLU, ChFC, CFP 315 Commercial Dr., Suite B1 Savannah, GA 31406 912.354.1812 Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 Member SIPC

District 11 meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at 3 p.m. at the Silver Dollar Saloon on Hwy. 204 and Old River Rd. Please call for more info. 233-9800.

Alternative Video/Film Enthusiast Join others who enjoy alternative movies. Viewings will be held in private homes which includes social time as well as viewing a movie. Call Don at 655-0482 or send e-mail to

Banner of the Nations Savannah is part of a regional and global church network. The group meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at 12 Drake Dr. Call Frank Spencer at 352-2323 or visit the Web site at

Beach Historic Neighborhood Association meets monthly on the third Thursday at 6 p.m. Call 605-4471 for details.

Beanhead Writers Group Get together with other Savannah writers -published and unpublished -- every second Saturday at 1 p.m. at The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. The group meets to critique works in progress and to discuss technique and marketing. Fiction and non-fiction, but no poetry.

Bipolar Support Group John J. Dunn, Ph.D., is interested in hearing from people who want to participate in a bipolar support group. Call 692-1230 after 6 p.m.

Bridge club meets at the JEA 1511 Abercorn, ACBL certified duplicate bridge game every Wednesday at 1 p.m. There is a $4 fee. Call Lynn Pierce at 3549739.

Chihuahua Club of Savannah A special little club for special little dogs and their owners meets one Saturday each month at 10:30 a.m. For information, visit h/.

Civil Air Patrol is the civilian, volunteer auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force and is involved in search and rescue, aerospace education and cadet programs. Meets every Tuesday at 6 p.m. for cadets (12-18 years old) and 7 p.m. for adult members at the former Savannah Airport terminal building off Dean Forest Road, immediately behind Sitel Corp. and Signature Flight Support. For information, check the web site at, send e-mail to, or call Capt. Jim Phillips at 412-4410.

Clean Coast meets monthly on the first Monday at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St. The group needs volunteers and vol-

Looking For A Fun Job?? Joker’s & The Comedy Store now has Full & Part-Time Sales Associates positions available. We are celebrating 30 years as Savannah’s #1 Gift Store. Our reputation is paramount! Only mature customer oriented people with good work ethics need apply- If you have a desire to be a part of a winning team and earn an above average salary!

Fax or Apply in person at Joker’s 111 W. Derenne or fax us at 912-352-0766 Mon-Sat 10-9 and Sun 12-8.

unteer boat-owners for monthly clean-ups on area beaches, barrier islands and marshes. Check for event schedule.

Coastal Bicycle Touring Club of Savannah sponsors a bicycle ride every Saturday. Visit for a ride schedule and more information. Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at Tubby’s Tank House restaurant in Thunderbolt at 6:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome. 728-5989.

Coastal Georgia Volkswagen Club This group for Volkswagen lovers - who enjoy meeting like people & attending activities in their autos. Meets the 3rd Saturday of every month. 961-0602.

Community Hymn Chorus All you need is the desire to have a good time singing God’s music. All denominations are welcome to come together to make a joyful noise. Meets every Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. at White Bluff United Methodist Church’s Horton Hall, 11911 White Bluff Rd. Call Ronn Alford, Director of Music Ministries, at 925-5924.

Daughters of Destiny

p.m. at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, located at 10 E. Oglethorpe Ave. There will be games and activities. Tours of the birthplace will be available at a discounted rate of $5. Girls will receive a free pass to visit Girl Scout First Headquarters, located at 330 Drayton St., and earn a Birthplace pin and participate in a Girl Scout pinning ceremony. Call. 236-1571.

Goth Night Savannah A place to connect with fellow individuals who are interested in the music and art of the Gothic subcultures. We welcome musicians, bands, DJs, filmmakers, performance troupes, writers, clothiers, artists and artisans. Visit

Harley Owners Group HOG meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Mighty Eighth Heritage Museum. Call 925-5349.

Hostess City Toastmasters Club

Board of Directors meets every third Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.; general membership meeting follows at 7 p.m. at the Oatland Island Educational Center. Call Serena Nasworthy at 897-3060.

The Irish Session is getting ready for a performance at the Sentient Bean in September. All instrumentalists who are interested in Celtic music are welcome. Meets the second and fourth Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at the Folk Traditions Store, 12 Price St. Call 341-8898.

Friends of the Library

Learn to play Go

meet the first Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Bull Street Library. Call 652-3655.

Learn how to play the game that will soon replace Chess as the intellectual strategy game par excellence., Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Books-A-Million on Abercorn. Call Greg at 232-7549.

Memberships start at $25 and remain active until marriage. See website or call for local chapters. 1-800-869-2500.

Girls Scouts of Savannah The Girl Scout Council of Savannah, Ga., Inc., in collaboration with the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, invites all girls ages 5-17 to register for the 2005-2006 Girl Scout Year on Saturday, Aug. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2

Low Country Artists’ and Artisans’ Society sponsors a Country Textiles African American Quilt Making Guild. Call 447-1888.

continued on page 36


with Lacoste & Polo

XXXSFEBSEPSDPN Oglethorpe Mall • 352-2361

Irish Session

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

For those interested in gaining confidence in public speaking. Meets Tuesday evenings, 7pm at 6206 Waters Ave, Rivers Edge Retirement Community. 355-5450.

holds its board meetings on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the American Legion, Post 135, 1108 Bull St. between Park Avenue and Duffy Street. These meetings are open to the public. For information, call 236-8546.

Connect Savannah

Drumming circle

Georgia Christian Singles

answers on page 40

promotes education, safety and fun to motorcycle riders. Call Julian at 920-2700 or John at 858-5414 or visit

Historic Victorian Neighborhood Association

Friends of Oatland

edited by T.H.

Gold Wing Road Riders Association

An ongoing seminar for women who want to make changes in their lives through spirituality and positive reinforcement. The answers lie inside each of us. Meets every Monday at 7 p.m. at Daughters of Destiny House, 12 E. 41st St. Open to all women, all ages, all religions, all beliefs. Facilitated by Miriam Center. There will be a Drumming Circle on Tybee Island the 3rd Saturday of each month from 4-6 p.m. at the Casual Reader bookstore at the shops at Tybee Oaks off Hwy. 80. Call 786-7655.





THE 411|

continued from page 35

Loyal Order of Moose at 2202 Norwood Ave. sponsors bingo every Tuesday and Friday starting at 7:30 p.m. There is a $700 jackpot.

MOMS Club The name of this group stands for Moms Offering Moms Support. It is for stay-at-home moms and their children and we meet during the day, during the week, when moms need the most support. Call Courtney at 921-1462, visit or send e-mail to

Millionaire’s Club for Women The purpose of the organization is to achieve wealth and success in personal and professional life and to share this wealth by mentoring others on the same path. Call 236-3660.

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Objectivist Society of Savannah is a group dedicated to the philosophy of Ayn Rand meets biweekly at the Lion’s Den Lounge. Call Brian at 234-2484 or

Oglethorpe Business & Professional Women’s Club meets for lunch the second Tuesday of each month at 12:30 p.m. Call 966-3619 or visit

Philo Cafe Philosophical sessions taking on a different topic each time at Barnes & Noble every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Call 659-2930 or 4439267.

Postage stamp meeting and auction The Savannah Stamp Club meeting and stamp auction is held the second Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Grace United Methodist Church, 6412 Waters Ave. Call 354-8870.

Progressive Guys’ Discussion Group An opportunity for men to discuss books, music, film and cultural issues in an intellectually stimulating and non-judgmental environment. Meets the third Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Sentient Bean Coffee House. 2318841.

Rogue Phoenix Sci-Fi Fantasy Club Members of Starfleet International and The Klingon Assault Group meet twice a month, on the first Sunday at 4 pm. at Books-AMillion and the third Tuesday at Chen’s Chinese Restaurant at 20 E. Derenne Ave. at 7:30 p.m. Call 692-0382, email or visit

or send e-mail to geocities/

and there is no charge for guests. Call 2326682 or visit

Salon for Women Seeking Change

Navy League of the United States

Savannah Lions Club

“How untidy my shell has become! Blurred with moss, knobby with barnacles, its shape is hardly recognizable any more. Surely, it had a shape once. It has a shape still in my mind. What is the shape of my life?” -- Anne Morrow Lindbergh. If these words resonate with you and you are a woman of “a certain age” on her own, join us for lively discussion, laughter and fun. Call 236-8581.

has a dinner meeting the fourth Tuesday of each month (except December) at 6 p.m. at the Hunter Club, Hunter Army Airfield. Call John Findeis at 748-7020.

meets the second and fourth Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the Savannah Golf Club. For information, call 355-6033.

Savannah Euchre Club

Group for Macintosh computer and software users meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. See

Savannah Area Landlord & Real Estate Investors Association Learn to be a real estate investor or landlord. Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Midtown on Abercorn. The $20 guest fee will apply to your membership if you join.

Savannah Area Sacred Harp Singers The public is invited to come and sing early American music and folk hymns from the shape note tradition. This non-denominational community musical activity emphasizes participation, not performance. No experience or membership is required. Books will be available for loan or purchase. Call 655-0994.

Savannah Art Association s currently accepting applications for membership in our historic organization. We offer affordable art workshops, social activities and a chance for you to display your art in a downtown gallery. Drop by the gallery at 309 W. St. Julian St. above Belford’s in City Market or call 356-0249.

Savannah Brewers’ League Meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at Moon River Brewing Co., 21 W. Bay St. 447-0943. For more details, call 4470943 or visit our web site at and click on Clubs, then choose Savannah Brewers League.

Savannah Chapter of the Sons of Italy The Order of the Sons of Italy is forming a lodge in Savannah. This is the oldest and largest national organization that celebrates Italian/American heritage for men and women. Call Dennis Piasio at 1-888-674-2937.

Savannah Chess Club meets Monday at Books-A-Million from 7 to 11 p.m. Bring your chess sets. Call 631-0338

Euchre is a four-handed card game in the same family as Hearts and Spades, a poor (but discerning) man’s Bridge. Approaching Platonic perfection is all that one could wish from playing cards, it combines the deceptive simplicity of Gin with the addictive competitiveness of Poker, and it moves briskly enough to consume many hours of your life. Call Katie at 227-4193.

Savannah Express Network Chapter of American Business Women’s Association meets the first Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at the Savannah Golf Club on East President Street. RSVP to Laura McLaren at 236-6750, Ext. 14, or 898-9362.

Savannah Fencing Club offers beginning classes Tuesday and Thursday evenings for six weeks. Fees are $30. All equipment is provided. After completing the class, you may become a member of the Savannah Fencing Club for $5 per month. Experienced fencers are welcome to join. Call 429-6918 or send email to

Savannah Ghost and Mystic Meetup Meeting once a month inside a haunted historic house, this is a town hall for psychics, metaphysicians, tarot readers, mediums, remote viewers, pagans, Wiccans, vampyres and those interested in ghosts and parapsychology. Free to join. For information, visit http://www, or send e-mail to

Savannah Italian Club is dedicated to discussing and preserving the heritage of Italians and Italian-Americans. Meetings are the first Tuesday at 2717 Livingston Ave. Call Carol Taylor at 925-4064.

Savannah Jaycees for young professionals ages 21 to 39 is a Junior Chamber of Commerce that focuses on friendship, career development and community involvement. Meets the second and fourth Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Dinner is included

Savannah Macintosh Users Group (SMUG)

Savannah Newcomers Club is open to all residents who have lived in the Savannah area for less than two years. The club hosts a monthly luncheon and program on the third Wednesday of each month at various area restaurants. Call 351-3171.

Savannah-Ogeechee Canal Society is dedicated to the preservation of the canal and its natural and historical features. Dinner meetings are the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairmont Restaurant, 65 W. Fairmont Ave. Volunteer Saturdays are the second Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the SavannahOgeechee Museum & Nature Center at 681 Fort Argyle Rd. (Highway 204) 2.3 miles west of Interstate 95. 748-8068.

Savannah Port City Lions Club meets every first and third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Ryan’s Restaurant on Stephenson. For information, call 920-9081.

Savannah Ski Club For information, see

Savannah Stitch-N-Bitch meets every second Tuesday of the month from 6-8 p.m. at wild fibre, 409 E. Liberty St. New members are welcome. All that is required is an interest in knitting or crocheting. Bring a project and join in the stitching, talking and munchies. Guest lectures will begin in September. Call 238-0514.

Savannah Sunrise Rotary club meets every Thursday from 7:30-8:30 am at the First City Club in downtown Savannah. 233-1600.

Savannah Toastmasters helps you improve speaking and leadership skills in a friendly and supportive environment. Give speeches, evaluate and lead meetings on Mondays at 6:15 p.m. at

37 Memorial Health University Medical Center, Conference Room C. 352-1935.

Savannah Ultimate Frisbee meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. in Forsyth Park. Bring a white and dark shirt, water, cleats and a positive attitude. Visit for information.

The Sign-ative bridges the gap between the deaf, hard-ofhearing and hearing communities. Call 9650077 or send e-mail to

Dance Adult Ballet Classes

Rd. The basic lesson (merengue) starts at 7 p.m. and the social dance will be held from 8-10:30 p.m. The cost is $6 for members and $10 for non-members. Beginners and singles are welcome. Refreshments provided. Call Lora Wong at 925-7416.

at Islands Dance Academy. All levels welcome, including beginners. Challenging, rewarding and fun. $10 per class. Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 7 p.m. at 115 Charlotte Rd. on Whitemarsh Island. Call Sue Braddy at 897-2100.

The Savannah Shag Club

Ballroom Dance Party

The Studio

will be held Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Islands Community Center, 160 Whitemarsh Island

Savannah’s original shag club meets every Wednesday at the Holiday Inn Midtown at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free. Call 927-9439. offers a variety of ongoing open dance classes, including Hip Hop on Thursdays at

6:30 p.m. with Mary Ann Duffy, Adult Beginner Ballet on Mondays at 10 a.m. with Veronica Moretti Niebuhr, Intermediate/ Advanced Ballet on Mondays at 6:45 p.m. with Dagoberto Nieves, Advanced Ballet on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. and Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. with Jil Cooley, Intermediate Ballet with Veronica Moretti Niebuhr on Thursdays at 5 p.m. and Intermediate/Advanced Jazz Wednesdays at 7 p.m. with Veronica Moretti

continued on page 38

Single People in Christian Education (SPICE) This group is interdenominational and there are no dues or fees. The group discusses education and plans and hosts social events and functions for singles throughout each month. Meets Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at White Bluff United Methodist Church, Room 22.

Southside Optimist Club is a civic organization catering to youth and community service projects that meets every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at Taylor’s Restaurant inside the Days Inn on Mall Boulevard. Call Linda Lee at 695-7733. meets monthly for tournaments and practice matches. For information, call 667-7204 or visit

Telfair Academy Guild

A social network for ex-pats from the North and those who love them. Miss the camaraderie of the old social networks? Good company, edgy conversation, laughter, edible food, music, the arts, the beach and the pool, croquet, tennis, kayaks and dancing, just for starters. Call 232-4247.

Tourism Leadership Council will hold its monthly luncheon Aug. 26 at 11:30 a.m. at Savannah Electric. Swann Seitler, manager of corporate communications for Savannah Electric, is the guest speaker. The cost is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Reservations are required by Aug. 22. Call 356-1223.

Tybee Beautification Association meets the second Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. With the exception of the June and December meetings, the association meets at the Tybee Community Center.

Tybee Performing Arts Society (TAPS) meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the old Tybee school All interested, please attend or send e-mail to

Weekend Warriors is a program at Portman’s Music for people who were musicians as kids, but went on to pursue other types of careers. The cost is $95, which includes two hours of instruction each week for four weeks. The latest gear will be provided. Call 354-1500.

Young Professionals of Savannah Looking for ways to expand your business and professional networks? Interested in making new friends and trying new things? New to the area? Call Young Professionals of Savannah for more information. Call Kathleen at 692-4613 or Garrett at 692-4601.

Those Damn Yankees!

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

will meet Monday, Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. at the Telfair Museum of Art. Curator of Fine Arts Holly Koons McCullough will present a program featuring the top research discoveries among the 114 collection objects from the collection catalogue. She also will preview the exhibition, Maxfield Parrish: Master of Make Believe. A light lunch will be served for TAG members and guests. Call 598-7447.

Connect Savannah

Subbuteo Table Soccer



THE 411|

continued from page 37

Niebuhr. The Studio is located at 2805B Roger Lacey Ave. Call 695-9149.

The Zion Method Local minster, choreographer and dance professor LaJune Wise-Wilkerson has developed a method that incorporates known dance techniques with all forms of movement to celebrate all of God’s creation. The academy is located at 120 E. 42nd St. Classes include dance therapy for the physically and visually impaired, Christian-based dance therapy, general dance therapy, Guardians-Double Dutch weight loss, Double Dutch fitness, Double Dutch competition, advanced level dance composition/choreography, ballet, modern, jazz, tai fusion, ethnic and Zion Method liturgical. Call 306-3077.

Fitness Student massage and yoga classes are offered at the Savannah School of Massage Therapy, Inc. Cost ranges from $20 to $30 for a one-hour massage and sessions are



Center for Wellbeing Hatha Yoga classes

Inside Moves Yoga/Pilates/personal training are available from Bobbie Kraft, 238-1785, e-mail address Eight classes of yoga/Pilates is $80, four classes is $45 or drop-ins are $12 for a 1 1/2 hour session. Personal training is $50 for a 1 1/2 hour session.

are offered Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Suite 203 of the Candler Heart and Lung Building, 5356 Reynolds St. Cost is $30 for four sessions or $50 for 8 sessions. 819-6463.

Inside Moves Hatha Yoga

Chopra Center at Memorial Health

Integral Arts Center

Yoga classes are held Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m., Monday and Wednesday at noon, and Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5:45 p.m. with dropin and monthly rates. Tai Chi by Kathryn Ruseel is on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and Thursday at 10 a.m. The center is located at 300 Bull Street inside the DeSoto Hilton Savannah hotel. Call 236-2131 or 350-2467 or visit

at 301 E. 38th St. offers Yoga, Pilates and Ayurveda classes seven days a week. Private lessons are available. On Monday, Lunchtime Yoga is at noon, Novice Yoga is at 5:20 p.m. and Pilates is at 6:30 p.m. On Tuesday, Sunrise Yoga is held at 6:30 a.m., Yogalates at 10:30 a.m. and All Level Iyengar Yoga from 6-7:30 p.m. On Thursday, Sunrise Yoga is at 6:30 a.m., Yogalates is at 10:30 a.m. and Level I & II Iyengar Yoga is from 6-7:30 p.m. On

Eight classes are $80 and the first class is free. Classes are held Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Unitarian Church on Habersham. Call 238-1785.

Friday, Yoga Stretch is held at 10:30 a.m. On Saturday and Sunday, All Level Yoga is held from 9-10:30 a.m. Call Darlene at 447-9642 or send e-mail to

Jade Lotus Tai Chi Group Classes are offered Saturdays from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Unity Church, 2320 Sunset Blvd. Drop-in rate is $10 adults and $8 for students or 10 classes for $80, $70 for students. All experience levels are welcome. Call Jeff at 352-7057 or send e-mail to

The Jewish Education Alliance will offer the following health and fitness classes: Yoga- Join Amy Levy at 9:45 am on Friday’s for yoga. Fee is $35 per month, Water Aerobics, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 10:30 am. Fee is $42 a month for up to 16 sessions, Step Aerobics will be offered at the JEA on Thursday’s at 6:15 am. Cost is $35 per month. Call Drew Edmonds at 355-8111.

by John Delaney

Thereus in Aries trines the Sun in Leo opposite the Full Aquarius Moon on August 19, 2005. The lines dividing local, state, provincial, federal & international issues, concerns, policies, elections & interests are now hopelessly entangled. For this reason, the penchant for stealth amongst the honest, and the tendency for deceit amongst the corrupt, proactively anticipates the necessity for the cover-up previous to the reve-

ARIES - You cannot make rapid progress untangling the truth about complex legal, political & financial situations. Therefore, patiently record personal information such as alma maters, professional affiliations & travel destinations about all the people involved. Initiate multicriteria sorts to determine overlaps & connections. TAURUS - Research which local power brokers are connected to which individuals on other parts of the world’s stage. Eventually, you will be using this knowledge everywhere you go, no matter what you may be doing.

lation, thus rendering the uncovering of the veil impossible, impenetrable & nonnegotiable. In light of such a stonewall, those investigating such political, professional & military developments, whether law enforcement, journalists or spies, are left with very few clues, which may indeed be strictly limited to which names appear in which distributions of e-mails, memoranda & private, confidential correspondence.

one individual, but for entire infrastructures. Therefore, confronting the machinations of any one person is counterproductive. Focus exclusively upon the largest problems.

such as Elmore Leonard, Carl Hiaasen or Janet Evanovich. Use this "crime story" genre model as a springboard against which to flesh out some of your more hidden, latent ideas.

VIRGO - Why get along with bosses, employees & colleagues if you do so to their benefit & at your expense? Develop a communication strategy wherein you establish boundaries so that you will not endure the lethal pain of the status quo’s fatal equilibrium.

CAPRICORN - Your place in the spotlight means money to

romantic life much more remotely from the arenas of your professional existence. Jealously guard your privacy from the caretakers of "the grapevine."

LIBRA - An extremely aggressive ally recklessly makes direct overtures to extremely powerful individuals. You, however, can use this ally’s antisocial graces to your mutual benefit (as long as you include . . . the following disclaimer, "Some people have a unique way of approaching public relations & sales . . . ").

CANCER - Even if you did attain a powerful professional position, wouldn’t you still be dealing with the same broken-down infrastructures that make you feel so alienated? Therefore, if political jockeying makes you angry & unhappy, then do not do it – no matter how well it pays.

SCORPIO - You are appalled because you have seen so many well-connected professional superiors twist, or tolerate twists upon, the truth. Therefore, rejoice! Revere the freedom that you earned because you would not allow worldly Maya to distort your direct perception of reality.

LEO - You are unearthing information that influences whether justice will or will not be served – not just for

SAGITTARIUS - Writers: sketch a rough outline, short

GEMINI - Isolate the refuge of your personal and

story or satire based upon modern detective novelists

somebody. However, only if you have behaved honorably will you be able to claim any of that money; otherwise, paparazzi will make many a coin creating bad luck talismans with your name written all over them. Either way, expect to see your name on many lists with your so-called "peers."

AQUARIUS - Over time, many opponents committed to defeating you failed as a result of their own specific personal flaws. What will surprise them, however, is that you never, ever forgave them. Should you express such feelings now – or should you just continue to ignore such opponents as if they don’t, and never did, exist? PISCES - Your reputation is too closely aligned to the reputations of a narrowly defined peer group. Damage to the reputation of any one such peer can directly damage your own reputation. Prepare an aggressive strategy designed to distinguish you from the nameless, faceless pack. ◗ TM

No liability. 18+.

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

A balanced life

instructor supervised. Call 355-3011 for an appointment. Multi-level yoga classes are offered Monday and Friday at 5:45 p.m. Cost is $10 for drop-ins, $40 for a package card of five classes. Walk-ins are welcome. The school is located at 6413B Waters Ave.

Savannah Try it FREE! 912-201-4000 Other cities: 1-888-257-5757 use media code: 150

1-900-484-2525 50min $25/call



Lose Weight like Marc Merlis on Dateline. Safe, effective, reasonable cost. Researchers at the University of Connecticut found that people who used hypnosis lost 60 percent more weight than any other method. Call the Alpha Institute, 201-0071.

Muscle Quest Sports nutrition center offers free body fat testing and nutritional counseling. Call 2324784.

Pilates Classes

Savannah Yoga Center

A series of free seminars specifically designed for the LGBT community will be held. Attendees will learn about the tools needed to increase their wealth, protect their assets, take actions that are congruent with their own values, and to build a sense of financial and emotional security in life. For information, call 353-9343.

First City Network Board Meeting Meets the first Monday at 6 p.m. at FCN’s office, 307 E. Harris St., 3rd floor. 236-2489.

First City Network Community Center and Library The FCN Community Center & Library is open Saturdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Visitors are welcome to check out gay/lesbian books and obtain information on “Gay Savannah” businesses and happenings. 236-CITY

First City Network’s Workforce project offers assistance to youth and young adults who need and want a job or a better job. Call 236-2489 or send e-mail to

Friends & Company bowling league meets Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at AMF Victory Lanes, 2055 E. Victory Dr. 354-5710.

Gay AA Meeting

Georgia Equality Savannah

Offers competitive cheerleading for pee wees, juniors, seniors and open (ages 18-30) divisions and pre-K gymnastics, pre-team cheerleading, tumbling and Mommy & Me classes. Other classes include “Girls Night Workshop, an adult aerobics class with child care. For information, call 756-STAR or visit

is the local chapter of Georgia’s largest gay rights group. 104 W. 38th St. 944-0996.

Tai Chi Classes are offered Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Suite 203, Candler Heart and Lung Building, 5356 Reynolds St. Four sessions are $30 or eight sessions are $50. Call 819-6463.

Water aerobics at the JEA The Jewish Educational Alliance is offering aquatics classes. Call Shannon at 748-2393.

Yoga The City of Savannah, Leisure Services, Recreation Services Department, offers a yoga class on Saturday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Windsor Forest Center, 414 Briarcliff Circle. The fee is $10 per month for ages 14 and over. Call 921-2105 or 651-3650.

The Yoga Room Hatha Flow Level I Thursday from 10-11:30 a.m. and Friday 6-7:30 p.m., Hatha Flow Level II Tuesday 6-7:30 p.m. and Sunday 5-6:30 p.m., Open Flow Monday from 6:30-8 p.m., Power Yoga Saturday 9-10 a.m. and Thursday 6:30-7:30 p.m., Mommy and Me Yoga on Monday 4-5 p.m. and Wednesday 4-6 p.m. and Baby and Mommy Yoga -- call for the schedule. 115 Charlotte Rd., Whitemarsh Center. Drop-ins $12 or $75 for eight classes Call 898-0361.

Yogalates Classes are offered by St. Joseph’s/Candler for WellBeing on Thursdays from 5:45-6:45 p.m. in Suite 203 of the Candler Heart and Lung Building, 5356 Reynolds St. The cost is $30 for four sessions or $50 for eight sessions. Call 819-6463.\

$ 2 9 .9 5

• • • •

300g Digital Scale Backlit LCD Display Compact Design 5 Year Man. Warranty & Much More!

Sold At: 3 0 3 W. R i v e r S t . Savannah, GA 495-0016 Authorized Clear Choice Dealer • Detox Products • Blunt Papers

Lesbian Potluck Girls eat and socialize. Meets the 3rd Saturday of each month. 236-CITY.

Lesbian Therapy Group Share your thoughts, feelings and concerns in a safe, confidential environment that is facilitated by a licensed therapist the second and fourth Friday at 7 p.m. Spaces are limited. Call 352-2611.

Food Specials

Savannah Gay Business Guild meets the second Tuesday at 7 p.m. to offer a networking service of gay and gay friendly businesses, organizations and individuals. For information, contact Kevyn Withers at

Savannah Stonewall Democrats An organization of GLBT Democrats promoting gay-friendly policies within the local Democratic party and working to elect gayfriendly Democrats to public office. Call 2399545.

Standout is First City’s gay youth support group. Meets every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the FCN Headquarters, 307 E. Harris St., 3rd floor. Call 657-1966.

What Makes A Family is a children’s therapy group for children of GLBT parents. Groups range in age from 10 to 18 and are held twice a month. Call 3522611.

Health 5 to 9 A Day, the Color Way St. Joseph’s/Candler will offer its last lectures of this series, a simple and fun nutritional lecture series to help participants increase their daily servings of fruits and vegetables. On Aug. 23 from noon to 1 p.m. in Meeting Room 2 at St. Joseph’s Hospital,

continued on page 40

Noon - 4 $5 T Bone and Fries - Mon-Fri 4-7 (Happy Hour) $2 Small appetizers Mon. - $10 Wings Tues. - 2 for $1 Tacos Wed. - Italian Night (Featured Italian Dishes For $6) Thurs. - T Bone Dinner Fri. - Fish and Chips $6 Sat. - Free Breakfast Buffet

South Coast Cheer Center


We’ve Lost our weigh

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

meets Sunday and Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at 307 E. Harris St., second floor. For information, contact Mark at 441-4407.

Digital Scales • Largest Glass Pipe Selection In GA • Acrylic & Glass Pipes

Connect Savannah

Located at the Savannah Yoga Center, 25 E. 40th St. at Drayton Street. Schedule: Monday, 8-9:15 a.m., Morning Gentle Flow Yoga -- all levels; Monday from 6:30-7:45 p.m., Sunset Flow Yoga -- all levels; Tuesday from 6:30-7:45 p.m., Yoga Basics for beginners; Wednesday from 6:30-7:45 p.m. All levels Flow Yoga. Drop-ins $12 or 4-class card for $40, 10-class card $90, 12-class card $105. Call 441-6653.

Alpha Financial Management seminars

S a d d l e B a g s • To o l B a g s • P o s t e r s

are offered at the St. Joseph’s/Candler Center for WellBeing, Suite 203 of the Candler Heart and Lung Building, 5356 Reynolds St. Four sessions are $30, eight sessions are $50. Pre-register by calling 8196463.

Gay & Lesbian

L e a t h e r J a c k e t s , C h a p s , Ve s t s

Ladies Living Smart fitness club provides nutritional education and exercise to encourage lifestyle changes at the St. Joseph’s/Candler African-American Health Information and Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St. at 5:30 p.m. Call 447-6605.


THE 411|


continued from page 39

Go Green, Go Healthy: Super Foods for Everybody. On Aug. 31 from noon to 1 p.m. in Conference Room 2 at Candler Heart and Lung Building and Sept. 6 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Meeting Room 2 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, the final lecture, White for Wellness, will be presented. The cost is $10 per lecture. Preregistration is required. .Call 819-6463.

Community Cardiovascular Council, Inc. offers free blood pressure checks Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1900 Abercorn St. Call 232-6624.

Free blood pressure checks and blood sugar screenings

are conducted at three locations within St. Joseph’s/Candler. From 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 5:15-7 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, checks will be offered at the St. Joseph’s/Candler African-American Health Information and Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St. Call 447-6605 to make an appointment. Checks are offered every Monday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Smart Senior office, No. 8 Medical Arts Center. No appointment is necessary. Checks will be offered Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Mary’s Community Center at 812 W. 36th St. Call 447-0578.

Free hearing & speech screening

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Every Thursday morning from 9 a.m.-12 noon at the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, 1206 E. 66th Street. Call 355-4601.

Gastric Bypass Surgery Session

Connect Savannah

Memorial Health Bariatrics presents free informational sessions every Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Medical Education Auditorium with Dr. John Angstadt and other staff members, who discuss obesity and the surgical process. Free. Call 350-DIET or visit

La Leche League Are you breastfeeding or planning to? Information, education, encouragement and support are available free of charge to all women who are interested in breastfeeding through monthly meetings and over the telephone from La Leche League of Savannah. Call the LLL of Savannah Help Line at 8979261. All series meetings are held in the Candler Professional Building, 5354 Reynolds St, Room 508A.

Tori Amos, “Sleeps With Butterflies” Blue Merle, “Burning In The Sun” Jack Johnson, “Sitting, Waiting, Wishing” U2, “Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own” Madeleine Peyroux, “Don't Wait Too Long” Dave Mattews Band, “American Baby” Carbon Leaf, “What About Everything?” Kathleen Edwards, “Back To Me” Marc Broussard, “Home” Snow Patrol, “Chocolate” Joss Stone, “Right To Be Wrong” John Butler Trio, “Zebra” Moby, “Beautiful” Charlie Mars, “Try So Hard” Ben Folds, “Landed” Ben Lee, “Catch My Disease”

St. Joseph’s/Candler will be performing mammograms to screen for breast cancer in its mobile screening unit. Most insurance plans (with the exception of Blue Cross HMO) are accepted. Financial assistance is available to women who qualify. Mammograms will be performed Aug. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Reynolds Square in downtown Savannah. Call 819-3368 for appointments. Mammograms will be performed Aug. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Bryan County Health Department in Richmond Hill. For appointments, call 756-2611. Mammograms will be performed Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Landings Club on Skidaway Island. Call 354-9357 for appointments.

Massage by Certified Massage Practitioner at your home, business or hotel in the Savannah and Richmond Hill area. He comes to you. Offers therapeutic and relaxing massage, Swedish massage, deep muscle, reflexology and energy balance. Pain treatment, cellulite reduction, long established business. Specials for women or couples. Gift certificates available. Call 8561534.

Memory Screening A free memory screening clinic will be offered Friday, Aug. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Candler Hospital’s Marsh Auditorium. You should be screened for memory problems if your memory loss interferes with daily activities. Call Jenny House at 920-2231.

The Midwife Group The Midwife Group/Family Health & Birth Center is offering a free program to women at any stage of pregnancy that includes free information on pregnancy, birth and parenting, an opportunity to talk to other pregnant women and information on a certified nurse midwife-assisted birth, whether at a birth center or area hospital. Call 826-4155.

and found that hypnosis is the most effective way to stop smoking. For more info, call the Alpha Institute, 201-0071.

Religious & Spiritual Chanted Office of Compline The Service of Compline, “Saying good night to God,” is chanted Sunday evenings at 9 p.m. by the Compline Choir of Christ Church Savannah (Episcopal), located on Johnson Square.

Christian Businessmen’s Committee meets for a prayer breakfast every Tuesday at 6:30 a.m. at Peggy Lynn’s Country Cooking, 3718 Ogeechee Rd. Call 964-4297.

Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans The CUUPS group meets the fourth Saturday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah, on Habersham at East Harris and East Macon streets on Troup Square. Come explore an earth-centered and earth-honoring spiritual path among like-minded people.

Creating a Peaceable Kingdom The Unitarian Universalist Beloved Church will present this education curriculum for the fall season for young people from kindergarten through high school age, beginning Sunday, Aug. 28 at 10 a.m. at 143 Houston St. at the corner of Oglethorpe and Houston. The seven-session, activity-filled program will examine peace, drawing from a number of religious teachings, including the Unitarian Universalists, the Buddhists and the Quakers, among others.

Ekklesia, The Church Do church in a casual and relaxed setting on Saturday nights. Fellowship begins at 6 p.m., praise and worship at 6:30 p.m. in the BSU building on Abercorn between the Publix Shopping Center and the Armstrong campus. Call 596-4077.

Seven Super Foods Everybody Needs

Faith Academy of Christian Teaching

is a lecture that will be held Aug. 23 from noon to 1 p.m. at the St. Joseph’s/Candler Center for Wellbeing, Suite 203, Candler Heart & Lung Building, 5356 Reynolds St. The lecturer is Lisa Herzig. The registration fee is $10 per person. Call 819-6463.

Prayer: Does God Listen? is the topic of discussion for the spring quarter of FACT, an adult academy at Skidaway Island Presbyterian Church, 50 Diamond Causeway. Dr. John Law will lead the class that will be held in the church sanctuary each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Call 598-0151.

Stop Smoking Researchers at the University of Iowa combined 600 studies covering 72,000 people

Crossword Answers

New Music You Can Hear on WAVE 104.9


Quakers (Religious Society of Friends) meet Sundays, 11 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 225 W. President St., Savannah. Call Janet Pence at 652-3496.

Savannah Buddhist Sitting Group meets Sundays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah, on Habersham Street at East Harris and East Macon Streets, on Troup Square. Please arrive and be seated no later than 9:25 a.m. Sitting and walking meditation and Dharma talk or reading. Call Cindy Beach, lay ordained Soto Zen Buddhist, at 429-7265.

Unitarian Universalist Beloved Community Affirming the worth and dignity of every person. The church is located at the corner of Houston and Oglethorpe streets. Services are held Sundays at 10 a.m. Call 233-6284 or send e-mail to

Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah Where different people with different beliefs gather as one faith. On Aug. 21, the Rev. Suzanne Cole Wages will deliver the sermon May God...The Force Be With You. The church has moved to a temporary home at the Congregation Mickve Israel, 20 E. Gordon St. on Monterey Square. For more information, call Cleveland Beach, 429-7264, or send e-mail to or visit www.jinglebellchurch org. The Uncommon Denomination. ◗

FM assumes no liability. 18+. Restrictions may apply to all promos.







912-201-4000 50¢ 1-900-484-2525 /min*

*Minimum $25/call


0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

OTHER CITIES 1-888-257-5757

Connect Savannah




THE 411|

Place your Classified Ad in Connect Savannah today! Call for Business Rates 238-2040 Connect Savannah cannot guarantee the goodwill of those placing ads, nor can we take responsibility for the results of responding to an ad. Misprints: Connect Savannah is not responsible for any typographical errors which appear after the first week of an ad’s publication. Please check your ad promptly for accuracy.

Ads received by 5 pm Friday will appear in the Wednesday issue of the next week

Dating Services

Local Girls Go Wild Enter FREE code: 9294 Call 912-544-0016 or 800-700-6666

Schools/ Instruction Guitar Lessons taught by a musician. For an inter view call Shane 912-443-9235

Help Wanted Sun Coast Realty is expanding and hiring real estate agents. If you are interested in high commissions, great working conditions, call for an interview. Located on the second floor of 820 Abercorn St, Savannah, near the Mansion! 912-507-9800 or 912 341-8005

Push a Button, Get a Girl

DRIVERS: new pay! CDL-A: (.39 loaded, .37 empty, .41 MD,

Enter FREE code: 8350 Call 912-544-0011

.47 New England/NYC). .01 loaded tarp pay. Home weekends, benefits, bonuses. Grayson Mitchell 1800-247-6321.

or 800-210-1010

Lost & Found

Elderly Care PRIVATE DUTY SITTING Dependable, willing to work 7-3pm, 11-7am, Sunday-Thursday. CPR, First-Aid certified. References. Call 912-441-6868.

Health Services MOBILE MASSAGE

FREE AD Place your “Lost and Found� ad in the Pennysaver and pay absolutely nothing! 20 words or less, free for 1 week. Mail it to Classified Department, P.O. Box 5100, Sav., GA 31414, bring it by our office, 1800 E. Victor y Drive or fax to 944-0010. **

RELAX! A Certified Massage Therapist will come to you! $55/hour. Call Joseph, 912-234-7004.

Miscellaneous |Items For Sale

SLEIGH BED Cherry-Solid-headboard and footboard with side rails. All Brand NEW. Still in its original box, never opened. Sell $275. Call 912-313-2303

KING SIZE-PILLOW MATTRESS SET King Mattress & springs, still in factory bags, new with warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $225. 912-965-9652 214 W. BOLTON STREET Large 1-bedroom lower apartment, hard wood floors, central air/heat, washer/dr yer, dishwasher, 2-fireplaces, charming court yard, call Lynda 912-232-2293 or Christina 912-2242274

Complete Bedroom Set Gorgeous Sleigh bed with dresser and mirror. Chest and nightstand. Brand NEW, Still in boxes. Retail $2,000. Must Go at $850. Can Deliver. 912-313-2303


9 PIECE DINING ROOM Still NEW in original boxes. List $5k, Selling for $1000. Can deliver. 912964-1494

FURNITURE Elegant hand-carved cherry 4 poster bedroom set. Dresser w/tri view mirror, chest and nightstand, All wood, NEW. Still in boxes. List $4500. Sacrifice $1500. Can deliver. 912-9669937

PILLOW TOP MATTRESS A Brand NEW deluxe queen mattress and box spring set with warranty. Sill NEW in original factory bag. Sell $150. 912-965-9652


Fender Bender?


Paint & Body Work Reasonably Priced Insurance Claims We buy wrecks

Visco memor y foam mattress and box spring set. Still NEW & in plastic as seen on T V. Suggested list $1724. Sacrifice $500. 912-3132303

355-5932 Motorcycles/ Mopeds/ATVs

BEDROOM SET Cherr y & chrome, 5 piece set. All NEW. Still in boxes. Sacrifice. $600 Call 912-966-9937

$130 Queen Mattress

MATTRESS Full size plush set with box spring, new in plastic. Sell, $120. Can deliver. Call 912-9641494.

2001 SUZUKI SV-650 Red. Excellent condition, like new. Adult ridden. $3200. Call 912236-2294.


ÂœV>Â?ĂŠ7œ“i˜ ÂœĂœt ->Ă›>˜˜>Â… 3AVANNAH



 &2%%42)!, #/$%


™£Ó°x{{°ää£Ç ™£Ó°Ç£Ç°ää£x Éʙ£Ó°ÎÇÇ°ääÓä



£°nĂ¤Ă¤Â°ĂˆÂ™ÂŁÂ°ÂŁĂ¤Ă¤Ă¤ , /,



just $145,000. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty*



Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

DONATE Your car or boat get a Tax Break Call 9277272 Coastal Empire Council Boy Scouts of America Proceeds from sales of all the sale cars and boats will go toward sending boys to summer camp. For Service Shopping, Dining & More...

spring set. NEW in plastic. 912-964-1494


For Health, For Tranquility, For A Gift. www.savan

For Your Info

WE BUY HOUSES Need repairs? Vacant? Has’t sold yet? Liens, divorce, etc. Let us help, call today. We are NOT agents. Quick offers. Quick closing. Call 351-0500.


WE BUY HOUSES Need repairs? Vacant? Has’t sold yet? Liens, divorce, etc. Let us help, call today. We are NOT agents. Quick offers. Quick closing. Call 912-351-0500.

2401 Habersham Street Victorian style home located in the Thomas Square District. Completely restored, wonderful finishes in the kitchen & baths. All systems are new, Central Heat & Air, Electric & Plumbing. Offered at $235,000. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty*

House for Sale

305 W Duffy St. New condo conversion. Gracious entrance foyer to three residential units with 1 BR each. Separate street entrance to commercial unit with attached living space. High ceilings, multiple fireplaces, w/d, dishwasher, hardwood floors, ch /a, private porch and off-street parking. Priced from $139,500.00. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty*

810 Maupas Ave. Baldwin Park at its best! Pride of ownership shows in this 3 bedroom, 2 baths home. This home has been completely renovated and offers many extras. An awesome kitchen with an island and maple countertops, living room with a wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, brick construction, metal roof and a 1 car garage with ample off street parking. You will truly want to call this home. Offered at $235,000. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty*

907 East 38 th St . How cute can you get? This totally remodeled 3 bedroom, 1 bath cottage is offering a large lot and an attached deck for entertaining. Make this your home for only $130,000. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty*

907 East 40th Street Absolutely charming Baldwin Park Bungalow. Restored and offering 2 br., 1 ba, new metal roof, wood floors, spacious backyard for entertaining, fireplace and a welcoming front porch. Move in today! Just $175,000. Call Don Callahan 441-4416 Mopper-Stapen Realty *

1601 E 59 St Absolutely like brand new. Move in ready. Totally remodeled brick home with very tasteful touches throughout. Offering 3 bedrooms, beautiful new bathrooms, tile floors, new carpets, and garage. Located on a very large private lot. Easy Living at

328 Price Street Townhome in historic district between East Harris and Macon Street. Great Location. 2 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, heartpine floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, washer, dryer, and refrigerator included. Fenced courtyard. Excellent condition. $255,000. (95176) Call Sun coast Realty 341-8005 or 507-9800* 103 W. Broughton Street Prime retail space in excellent condition. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. High ceilings, high traffic and 2 blocks from Ellis Square. Alley access for loading. $495,000. Call Sun coast Realty 341-8005 or 507-9800* 101 W. Broughton Street Great space. 1187 sq. ft. Large 1 bedroom available with high ceilings. Class A hallways and entryway planned. Last one in the building. $299,000 (94766) Call Sun coast Realty 341-8005 or 507-9800* 107 Whitaker Street Just off Broughton Street. 4746 sq. ft. unfinished basement level with brick walls and high ceilings. Historic buildings, existing freight elevator shaft with rear alley. Private entrance from Whitaker Street. $595,000. (94930) Call Sun coast Realty 341-8005 or 507-9800* 321 Drayton Street. An oasis in the middle of downtown! 2 BR 1 BA condo with wide plank hardwood floors, fully furnished kitchen, large bath, 2 fireplaces, ample closet space and private courtyard! All appliances, including washer/dr yer, included. $210,000.00. Shelley Carroll Lowther 912-604-8177 Re/Max Savannah 355-7711or visit*

DWELLIN 505 Pinecrest Court. Southern Living in Pooler! Beautifully designed and decorated, this 3 BR 2 BA is ready to move in, with brand new kitchen and updated baths, and a 16 X 20 covered terrace for outdoor entertaining. Home warranty included! $142,000.00 Shelley Carroll Lowther 912-604-8177 Re/Max Savannah 355-7711or visit*

Jefferson Commons Be the first to own one of these six - 2 bedroom, 2 bath condos in the heart of the Historic District. Conveniently located close to SCAD. Features 4 fireplaces, spiral stair case, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Gated, off street parking. $196,000 each Alexander Grikitis 912-2201700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

407 East 34th Street Arts & Crafts details in this 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Wood floors throughout, plaster walls and 4 fireplaces. Located in an area of active restoration and growth. Great single family or convert to a duplex. $175,000 Alexander Grikitis 912220-1700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

518 East Duffy Street A beautiful newly redone home with 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Kitchen has a sub zero fridge, dishwasher, honed granite countertops and travertine floors. The rest of the house has original heart of pine floors, plaster walls in good shape, and 3 fireplaces. W/D included. Currently rents for $1,000 month. $225,000 Alex Grikitis 912-220-1700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

513 East 36th Street A charming 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath cottage nestled near a park. Offers the closeness of downtown without the price. Recently renovated kitchen and baths. Great for 1st time buyers or student rentals. $112,000 Alexander Grikitis 912220-1700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

Reduced! Reduced! Stop renting! 3 bedroom, 2bath double wide in sought after area, offers1680 sq.ft of living area, large lot , 1.61 acres, dining, and family rooms, home warranty and more. Call LaTrelle Pevey 658-7777, ERA Adams-Pevey Realty 826-2550 $79,999. H4058

Horse Lovers Dream! 10 + acres, pond, tack room, field room, arena, 4 completed stalls with 4 more available. Home has 3 beds/3baths and approx. 2300 sq. feet; 9 ft. ceilings, hardwood flooring, surround sound, screened back porch and custom cabinets in kitchen. All for only $309,900. Call LaTrelle @ 6587777. H-4206 ERA Adams-Pevey Realty 826-2550

Great 3 bed/2 bath starter home in desirable Rincon neighborhood. Separate L.R., Den, and Country kitchen. Covered patio and large fenced yard. Call LaTrelle for your personal showing @658-7777 ERA Adams -Pevey Realty 826-2550 H4262 $115,900

912-352-2747 MIDTOWN Reduced! Reduced! 1992 Fleetwood manufactured 3 bed 2 bath home situated beautifully on 6.96 acres 2 of which are fenced in great for your animals! Landscaped yard with complete sprinkler system. Workshed 20x20 w/concrete floor, and 40x40 carport. All this for only $79,000. Call LaTrelle 658-7777. H-4104 ERA Adams-Pevey Realty 826-2550 Welcome to the Country! Build your new home in the peaceful country. 4 lots with acreage between 5.05 and 7.52 acres. in Register, Ga. , near Statesboro – Horses welcome call today, don’t delay. Prices range from $28,000 to $42,000. Plats are available in the office. LaTrelle Pevey @ 658-7777 ERA Adams-Pevey Realty 826-2550 1 0 0 5 E a s t Waldburg Street Arts & Crafts FixerUpper With 2500sf and many original features, this could be a killer single family or rentable duplex ! Seller motivated and open to combo deal with 544 E. Waldburg! Sold "as-is." Offered at $1 29,000. Katherine W. Oxnard, Mopper-Stapen, Realtors.(912)7043545/238-0874. More info at *. 544 East Waldburg Street Motivated Seller! Looking for value in the Historic District? Try this 2000sf Victorian with four double mantels on a subdividable double lot ! Potential combo deal w/ 1005 E. Waldburg .Sold "as-is." Offered at $19 9,000 .Katherine W. Oxnard, Mopper-Stapen, Realtors. (912) 7043545/238-0874. More info at .*

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.* continued on page 44


725 E. 48th St.- 3bd, 2ba, $1,200.00 2033 SKIDAWAY RD- 2bd, 1ba, $650.00

THUNDERBOLT 2918 WHATLEY- 4bd, 2 ba, $1,000.00 2806 WHATLEY AVE- 3bd, 2ba, $1,050.00 2612 WHATLEY AVE. UNIT 11- 3bd, 2ba, $1,000.00


212B WEST HALL STREET 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment, living room, kitchen with stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, totally electric. $850/mo. 527 EAST BROAD STREET 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath townhome, living room, furnished kitchen, washer/dryer, hardwood floors, central heating and air, decks on both levels. $1200/mo.

308 PICKWICK ROAD- 3bd, 2ba, $ 1,200.00 4 TEAKWOOD RD- 3bd, 2ba, $1,375.00 127 PALMETTO BAY ROAD- 3bd, 2ba, $1,200.00 127 ST. ANDREWS WAY- 4bd, 2.5ba, $1,300.00 145 ROPEMAKER LANE- 3bd, 2ba, $975.00 105 FORESTAY CT- FURNSIHED- 3bd, 2ba, $1,000.00

107 WEST LIBERTY STREET #1 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with dorm size kitchen, living room, hardwood floors. No pets. $475/mo. 1011 JEFFERSON STREET 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment, living room, kitchen with dishwasher, electric cook top stove, washer/dryer, Available Sept 1st. $900/mo

110 SOUTH SHEFTALL- 3bd, 2ba, $1,100.00 1018 TARA- 3bd, 2ba, $1,200.00

SOUTHSIDE 129 RED FOX- 3bd, 2ba, $1,250.00

2514 WHITAKER STREET Renovated 3 bedroom, 1 bath apartment. living room, kitchen with electric cooktop stove, heart pine floors, fresh paint. $1,000/mo

11 CUTLER DR- 3bd, 2 ba, $1,100.00 109 DOVETAIL-3bd, 2ba, $1,100.00 1534 MARCY CIRCLE- 3bd, 2ba, $825.00


Management, Inc 17 East 33rd Street Commercial/ Residential For Lease STARLAND DESIGN DISTRICT Beautifully renovated 2BR/1BA Formal dining room, refinished heart pine floors, ceiling fans, new bathroom & kitchen w/ceramic tile floors. Seperate laundry room and private courtyard. C/H/A, total electric, security system. Viewing by appointment only

234-0606 Email:

614 EAST DUFFY STREET Renovated deluxe 1870's Railroad Cottage. 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo, 1 bath with Jacuzzi tub 1 with claw foot tub, living room, porch, off street parking, IKEA kitchen with brand new appliances, washer/dryer. $875/mo. Visit website at 445 JEFFERSON STREET 2 bedrooms, 1 bath apartment, furnished kitchen with dishwasher, built-in microwave, laundry room, stack washer and dryer, total electric. No pets. $825/mo. 705 WHITAKER STREET APARTMENT F 1 bedroom apartment with bonus room, off Forsyth Park, living room, dining room, washer and dryer connections, wood floors, Jacuzzi tub. Available mid October. $900/mo. 602 LINCOLN STREET Upper. 2 bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath apartment, living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen with JenAir stove, dishwasher, trash compactor, washer and dryer, fresh paint. $1,490/mo. 1312 LINCOLN STREET 3 story, 3 bedroom, 2 bath apartment, living room, alarm system, washer and dryer. $950/mo. 3602 MONTGOMERY STREET Renovated 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex, central heat and air, washer and dryer connections, all new appliances, carpet with off street parking. $750/mo. (SCAD Students $650/mo.) 316 DRAYTON STREET 2 bedroom with bonus room, 1-1/2 bath, kitchen, living room, terrace, washer and dryer connections. $1,500/mo. 223 EAST JONES LANE 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath carriage house, open living room, kitchen area, washer and dryer, great location. No pets. $925/mo.

Mon-Fri 9-5 Saturday 10-2


PRICED WELL BELOW APPRAISED VALUE! Newly built Hallmark home in Southern Woods at Rice Mill is priced almost $20,000 below value! 4 BR 2.5 BA with wood floors, and new everything! This is a must see! A great home at a great price! $299,900.00 Shelley Carroll Lowther 912-604-8177 Re/Max Savannah 355-7711or visit*

518 East Henry Street A duplex in the Historic District close to SCAD. Newly re-done and ready to move in to. Two 2 bedroom, 1 bath units with W/D and all new appliances. In addition, this duplex has cedar closets, new carpet and parking in the rear. $235,000 Alexander Grikitis 912-2201700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

625 East 51st Street Ardsley Park bungalow within walking distance to Grayson Stadium, Savannah Arts Academy, and Charles Ellis. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Detached garage with electricity. Newly refinished wood floors throughout and fully updated kitchen and baths. $289,000 Alexander Grikitis 912220-1700 The Coastal Real Estate Group*

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

114 Stockbridge. Convenient and desirable Georgetown location! 3 BR 2 BA updates home is in move-in condition! Run--- don’t walk! This one will not last long! Shelley Carroll Lowther 912-604-8177 Re/Max Savannah 355-7711or visit*

Connect Savannah

105 West Congress Street Suite B. Only commercial condo left in beautifully restored building. This is the residential unit in the building that can be converted to a residence with some work. Secure entry, hardwood floors, tin ceilings, and a great central location! $195,000.00. Shelley Carroll Lowther 912-604-8177 Re/Max Savannah 355-7711or visit*



LORI JUDGE Broker 912-484-1514 912-236-1000 201 East Charlton Street • RESIDENTIAL SALES COMMERCIAL SALES & LEASE SHORT TERM RENTAL







Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

use o H -5 en ay 3 p O nd Su

PARKSIDE DREAM Overlook Daffin Park from the front porch of this recently renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Open and spacious rooms with original hardwood floors. Master suite includes entire 2nd level with space for office, seating area, includes view of the park, 2 walk-in closets, urinal for the men, and a huge Chicago glass shower. Won’t last long! 1223 Washington Avenue. Asking $298,500. Call Lori Judge, 484-1514.

D continued from page 43

514-516 East Bolton Street Renters Galore! All four units of this Victorian quadplex are rented out for $2300/month total income, with 2-yr.-old roof, central heat/AC and a l arge buildable side lot! Offered at $399,000. Katherine W. Oxnard, MopperStapen, Realtors. (912) 704-3545/2380874. More info at .* 17 East Jones Street So Romantic! This gorgeous 1850 townhouse has everything: beautiful floors, pocket doors, mantels, secret garden courtyard and high ceilings . It also acts like an investment property , with all four floors and separate carriage house metered separately with all new kitchens and systems. Offered at $1,950,000 .Katherine W. Oxnard, Mopper-

W E L Stapen, Realtors. (912) 704-3545/2380874. More info at .* Carriage House for Rent Located at Historic Jones St. Cute Furnished 1BR/1BA, Central HVAC, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, 1 Off Street Parking. $1200/MO Call Judge Realty 236-1000 * Near Forsyth Park Large 1BR/1BA apartment, Central HVAC, new appliances, Washer/Dryer, Private Courtyard, and Of f Street Parking. $750/MO Call Judge Realty 236-1000 *

PARKSIDE DREAM 1223 Washington Ave $298,500 Overlook Daffin Park from the front porch

Sun Coast Realty GRAND Opening Of:

Sun Coast Realty Located at 820 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401 Residential, commercial and management of properties

TALAHI ISLAND 544 Suncrest Blvd. $350,000 Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on desireable Talahi Island. Freshly painted, wallpapered, and carpeted with a decorator’s eye. Ready to move in! Call Lori Judge, 484-1514.*

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

LEGACY SQUARE 171 Parkview Road $185,000 Just like new home with many upgrades in desirable neighborhood. 4 bedrooms, 21/2 baths, separate living and dining rooms, 2 car garage, and huge backyard. Call Lori Judge, 4841514.*

EASTERN VICTORIAN DISTRICT 924 East Park Avenue $250,000

Rhondda Netherton 912 507-9800 and 341-8005

Bringing Sunshine To Your Real Estate Needs The

of this recently renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Open and spacious rooms with original hardwood floors. Master suite includes entire 2nd level with space for office, seating area, includes view of the park, 2 walk-in closets, urinal for the men, and a huge Chicago glass shower. Won’t last long! Call Lori Judge, 484-1514.*

328 PRICE STREET Townhome in the historic district. between East Harris and Macon Street. Great location. 2 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths, heartpine floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, washer, dryer, and refrigerator included. Fenced courtyard. Excellent condition. $255,000. (95176)

101 WEST BROUGHTON STREET Great space. 1187 sq. ft. Large 1 bedroom available with high ceilings. Class A hallways and entr yway planned. Last one in the building. $299,900. (94766)

103 WEST BROUGHTON STREET Prime retail space in excellent condition. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. High ceilings, high traffic, and 2 blocks from Ellis Square. Alley access for loading. $495,000.

107 WHITAKER STREET Just off Broughton Street. 4746 sq. ft. unfinished basement level with brick walls and high ceilings. Historic building, existing freight elevator shaft with rear alley. Private entrance from Whitaker Street. $595,000. (94930)

L I N G S Grand single family home in active area of restoration. A lot of original detail ready for some TLC to be brought back to its original beauty. Call Lori Judge, 484-1514.* 307 Briarcliff Circle Windsor Forest Easy walk to Windsor Forest Elementary and Windsor Forest High School! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining room, den and family room. New carpet and garage has been converted into a nice family room. Two car carport and a fenced in backyard with metal storage building. Roof and AC compressor 1 year old and house is well above grade with no flooding problems. Some furnishings for sale. Call Betty Stevenson at 912-351-0510 or 912-224-5200.*

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

Commercial Property

Business Only For Sale Parcel Forwarding located at 7082 Hodgeson Memorial Drive. Priced at $60,000. Make an offer. Call Betty with Prudentialfor tax info and showing at 912-351-0510 or 912-224-5200

OWN THE WORLD 14 E. 73rd $455,000 Half an acre of prime commericial space in Savannah’s heaviest traffic area of 50,000 cars per day. Also includes 2500 sq. ft. building and 60 ft. globe great for advertising vehicle. A lot of opportunity. Call Lori Judge, 484-1514. Eastside Commercial Building 2,600 + sq. feet. Great location. Front and back access, large bay with overhead door. Offices and baths.Call Betty Stevenson with Prudential at 912-3510510 or 912-224-5200.

Broker/Owner GRI, ABR 912-351-9737

14 Earl Court Savannah $115,900 Well maintained home with lots of living space, large kitchen, & separate dining as well as covered patio in rear area addition. Ceiling fans in most rooms. Large Cul-desac with fenced yard. Call Dianne Kessler 663-2417

8 Cypress Court Pooler $160,000 Beautiful 3BR/2BA home on a cul-de-sac featuring spacious floor plan, split bedrooms, fireplace and fenced in back yard. Seller will pay $4000 towards buyer’s closing cost with full price offer and use of seller’s preferred lender. Call Ron Clary 398-6399

130 Tibet Avenue Commercial Opportunity Savannah $ 800,000 Almost 2 acres zoned RM 25. Approx. 16,000 sq. ft. Great potential for legal, medical, personal care. Call Sam Simowitz 655-0852

8 Burbank Blvd Southside $125,000 Large home in popular Wilshire Estates- roof is less than four years old. 3BR/2B w/bonus room or reconvert to a garage. LR and unheated sunroom. Call Lisa Ortiz 695-6932

Commercial Property

OWN THE WORLD 14 E. 73rd $455,000 Half an acre of prime commericial space in Savannah’s heaviest traffic area of 50,000 cars per day. Also includes 2500 sq. ft. building and 60 ft. globe great for advertising vehicle. A lot of opportunity. Call Lori Judge, 484-1514.

Call Tri county GMAC Real Estate 912-351-9737

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Building Lot Eastside 45x110 approximate size. Priced to sell at $30,000. Call Betty Stevenson with Prudential at 912-351-0510 or 912-224-5200


continued on page 46



Join Richmond Hill’s premier community at the lowest cost ever. 1BR/1BA $450 • 2BR/1BA $510 2BR/2BA $530 • 3BR/2BA $600 Clubhouse • Swimming Pool & Sundeck • Extensive Fitness Center Washer/Dryer Connections Modern Decor

1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms


Dianne Kessler

WE BUY HOUSES House hasn’t sold? Need to sell? Needs TLC? Call today. Not a real estate agent.




Connect Savannah

Super Floor Plan 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths. Includes extra lot. Midtown 2864 sq. ft. heated. 2 car garage &breezeway. $359,000 Asking price. Call Betty Stevenson with Prudential at 912351-0510 or 912-2245200 * 307 E 51st Totally renovated Ardsley Park home just steps from McCauley Park. 3 bedrooms, sunroom, fabulous kitchen with island is a cook's dream. Fenced yard, deck, off street parking. It's even wired for sound and has a new roof! Reduced to $249,000. Call Lisa Moore at 4419314 or visit *

27 E 55th Large Ardsley home with 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Open floor plan is great for entertaining, wonderful kitchen with Italian cabinets,Silestone counters, and stainless steel appliances. Master suite with private sunroom and bath. Only $329,000. Call Lisa Moore 4419314 or visit * 18 E 41st Starland Design Dis trict Classic Victorian beauty with fully restored exterior in area of high interest and active restoration and new construction. Original details abound including restored standing seam roof, and heart pine floors. Buyer to complete interior. Call Lisa at 441-9314 or visit * 730 E 48th Ardsley Park Great opportunity to buy in Ardsley for less! Adorable 3 bedroom bungalow with all the details such as wood floors, high ceilings and front porch. This one even has off street parking, a garage, and wonderful courtyard with fountain. A little love and care will make this bungalow fabulous! Call Lisa Moore at 441-9314 or visit *


912-756-4870 505 Harris Trail • Richmond Hill

1127 Washington Avenue $357,000 This traditional two-story home faces historical Daffin Park. It was the first home to be built in Parkside circa 1909. It has 3 bedrooms, and 2 baths all upstairs. Equipped with hardwood floors, an entrance foyer, living room has fireplace with gas line and a dining room and study. In addition, it has an eat-in kitchen, additional fireplace, laundry room with half-bath plumbed for shower, detatched one car garage, a fenced backyard with patio and includes an extra lot behind house facing 48th street.

Listing Agent Betty Stevenson (H) 912-351-0510 (C) 912-224-5200



COASTAL AREA PARTNERS • 912-356-5001 3 Oglethorpe Professional Boulevard Savannah, Georgia 31406 Each office is an independently owned and operated branch of Keller Williams Realty

continued from page 45

Eastside Commercial Building 2,600 + sq. feet. Great location. Front and back access, large bay with overhead door. Offices and baths.Call Betty Stevenson with Prudential at 912-3510510 or 912-224-5200.

Connect Savannah

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Building Lot Eastside 45x110 approximate size. Priced to sell at $30,000. Call Betty Stevenson with Prudential at 912-351-0510 or 912-224-5200 Business Only For Sale Parcel Forwarding located at 7082 Hodgeson Memorial Drive. Priced at $60,000. Make an offer. Call Betty with Prudentialfor tax info and showing at 912-351-0510 or 912-224-5200


MEXICAN RESTAURANT BUSINESS FOR SALE. Turnkey Opportunity in Savannah Centre Shopping Center. 7,000 SF space-assume lease at $17 psf. Equipment and furnishings included. Call Ivan Smith, 912-238-5416.

Wonderful, open, loft-like floorplan with sunken living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms and bonus. Huge fireplace, lovely archways, wood floors. Bonus could be 3rd bedroom. Off street parking, fenced yard, detached garage, and only steps from Daffin Park. Won't last long at only $199,000. Call Lisa Moore at 441-9314 or visit


Real Estate Services

WE BUY HOUSES Need repairs? Vacant? Has’t sold yet? Liens, divorce, etc. Let us help, call today. We are NOT agents. Quick offers. Quick closing. Call 351-0500.


110 NEVA


Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

Available NOw 3-bedroom, 2-bath home w/garage, fenced yard, CHA, W/D connections. Excellent location off LaRoche Ave. $950/month $950/security. No pets. 1-800-579-1923.

Large 2000 sqft 2-bedroom, 2-bath Luxur y apartment. 3-fireplaces, stained glass, screened porch, Central Heat/Air, Washer/Dryer, water included. Ver y large Master bedroom w/walk-in closet. Too many features to mention! $950/month. Available September 1st. Call 912-233-5246.

Houses For Rent Tybee Island Year round lease for $1100 - walk to the beach and enjoy this 3 bedroom/2 bath condo. 2 level townhome located on the North Side of Tybee. Call Sun coast Realty 3 41-8005 or 507-9800*. 515 East Huntingdon Street Only $1100 per month for this 3 bedroom/2 bath victorian home with a fenced courtyard. Pets ok with a deposit. Call Sun coast realty 912 341-8005 or 5079800 * 704 E. 48th Street TWO BEDROOM, one bath+ studio, safe neighborhood, large rooms, hvac, w/d, $950/mo+ utilities. Call Abby 404786-2831 or TWO STORY beautifully furnished carriage house with HAC and cable ready hook up. Available 8/01/05. Full kitchen and bath, gas and trash included. $775/monthly plus electric. Hundredth block in Ardsley, across from prettiest park. Call Elaine 912-4 43-9235. MUST SEE!

Apartments For Rent 138 W. 51st Street. Newly renovated triplex, across SCAD's Montgomery Hall Bldg. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Bonus Room, LR, kitchen, washer/dr yer, H/W floors, Cen H/A, Courtyard & offstreet parking $750/month And 1Bedroom, 1Bath for $500/month Contact: 912-484-5181 or 912-220-1020 LARGE ONE bedroom apar tment next to Forsyth Park. Inclues water, $500/month Call 233-5246 leave a message. HISTORIC DISTRICT Spacious and light! One bedroom apartment in a mansion on Huntingdon. High ceilings, hardwood floors, new kitchen, charming details. $1100/monthly includes water and WIFI. Call 912-232-4750.

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

CORNER LINCOLN/ PRESIDENT ST. 1 bedroom & bath with loft. Approx. 1000 sq ft. Common area W/D. Parking available $900/month. Call Wendy 236-0593.

138 W. 51st Street Newly renovated triplex, across SCAD’s Montgomery Hall Bldg. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, bonus room, living room, kitchen, washer/dr yer, hardwood floors, central heat & air, courtyard & offstreet parking, $750/month.

ALSO 1 bedroom, 1 bath for $500/month. Contact 912-484-5181 or 912-220-1020.

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

912-233-6000 w w w. C o r a B e t t T h o m a s . c o m


Available for sale as partial or entire floors! Unparalleled expansive city views. For pricing,

Beginning your home search? With so many houses advertised, and so many real estate companies from which

appointments and

to choose, will you need to call them all to gather informa-

complete details of

tion about each of the homes you like?

the Drayton Tower...

Call Dicky Mopper 912.663.5500

No. You only need one agent, no matter how many homes you want to see. Actually, you should choose an agent before you even begin your home search. Here's why. Most agents are able to show not only their own listings, but those of all other agents too. Agents have a professional fee-splitting arrangement that encourages showings of all homes, so you can see as many as possible, with-


out the inconvenience of moving from agent to agent.

Agents and companies provide each other with complete information on all homes for sale, so you can work with a single agent to obtain details about any property you choose. This reduces the tedium of explaining your objectives over and over with different agents. The agent can then take the time to locate specific homes that fit your needs, and then preview them to eliminate those which are unsuitable. Finally, the agent will set appointments to see a wide selection that fit your criteria. Taking time to select an agent first will save untold hours of searching and frustration. Soon, the right home will appear, and the decision will be easier than expected.



Corner Broughton/ Montgomery St. New luxury apartments. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, approx. 1,500 sq ft. All appliances & w/d included. A must see, $1,500/month. Parking available. Call Wendy 236-0593.

Beautifully renovated historic home with hardwood/tile floors. High ceilings. Includes washer, dryer, dishwasher, and fenced yard. Available 91 $1200 a month. Call 658-8550


Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

1310 E. HENRY ST. Four Units Available 2-bedroom, 1-bath apartments, 1200 sqft, separate living room, dining room. Completely remodeled with Central Heat/Air, Washer/Dr yer furnished, dishwasher, fireplace, kitchens by Ikea. Off-street parking, 6-month to one-year leases. $795/month William 912-412-5517 or Lazaro @ 912-272-0382.


Awesome Apartments Multiple 1,2,3 Bedroom apartments available. August-September. $650-$775 per month. Located Landmark Historic, Victorian and Thomas Square districts. All central heat/air, new appliances, washer/dryer, fenced yard or courtyard, refinished hardwood floors, win-

dow treatment, decorator colors, tall ceilings, great natural light and historic details. Some with off-street parking and water included. Pets welcome. Contact: 912-234-5219, prodigalproperties@

Roommates Wanted SHARE 5 Bedroom house on Tybee. $500 month. Includes private entrance, bath, parking and includes all utilities. Alternative lifestyle OK. No pets or drug abuser. 9am-10pm, 912-786-7478.

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*

ROOMMATE WANTED WILMINGTON ISLAND Just remodeled. Just minutes to Tybee and Downtown. Condo is poolside and has tennis courts. $500/month includes all utilities. Available Now. Student Ok, no drugs.

Call 912-657-1919. WILMINGTON ISLAND Two Roommates wanted to share beautiful 3-bedroom, 2-bath home on over acre lot. Utilities paid. 912-398-6069.

SUPER TYPE Make your classified ad stand out for only $2.00 extra a week. Sell it fast with a bold headline in Super Type! Call 238-2040.*


“I know all the dirt in Greater Savannah, Every Square Foot of it!” LaTrelle Pevey 912-658-7777

! ed c du e R

912-826-2550 ADAMS PEVEY Adams Pevey.


Beautifully appointed 3 bedroom/ 2 bath home with Breakfast Room, separate Dining Room, and Great Room with Fireplace. Detail features include crown molding, chair rail, hardwood floors, Italian ceramic tile, trey ceilings, ceiling fans throughout the house, walk in closets, oversized garage, 6 zone Rainbird sprinkler system, and home warranty. Call LaTrelle for a personal showing @ 658-7777 H-4230 $169,900

To u r t h i s Ho m e a t : h o m e s @ l a t re l l e p e ve y. c o m

Loan Officer 691-2722 ext. 116

Committed to Excellence There’s a place where people achieve the American Dream of Home Ownership.


Come Discover Our Relaxed Elegance For Yourself 25 Johnny Mercer Boulevard Savannah, Georgia 31410 (912) 898-0064

Tracey D. Burdette Loan Officer 912-660-4317

We live and work in the Savannah community and are dedicated to the financial needs of our customers. ASK ABOUT THIS MONTH’S SPECIAL INTEREST-ONLY PROGRAM!

Teresa Barker Branch Manager 691-2722 ext. 103


315 Commercial Drive • Suite C-1 691-2722 • 691-2766 fax •

Chris Vogler

0 8 .1 7 . 0 5

Discover the CTX Difference

Connect Savannah

Voted Best Apartment Community in Savannah


912-920-0900 912-450-3131


Profile for Connect Savannah

Connect Savannah August 17, 2005  

Connect Savannah August 17, 2005