I’m still making posts about twice a week — and will likely post in the next couple of days about the latest actions regarding the Ogeechee River and the recent attempt by the Corps of Engineers to encourage Congress to bypass South Carolina and give the go-ahead for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project.
- U.S. economy adds a solid 175,000 jobs in February, unemployment rate ticks up but U-6 unemployment rate declines March 7, 2014
- Mardi Gras at Tybee – lots of photos March 5, 2014
- Ampersand taking over the former Sparetime space March 5, 2014
- Hugh Acheson on his new Savannah restaurant, the Florence, opening in May March 5, 2014
- Savannah Stopover about to take over 10 downtown venues for 3 exciting days March 4, 2014
- Another Starbucks headed to historic Savannah February 26, 2014
- Variety: “Midnight Rider” suspends production February 26, 2014
- On parking, development, and better street design February 23, 2014
December 25, 2013
Savannah Unplugged is almost three years old, but sometimes it seems a lot older than that . . .
ABOUT SAVANNAH UNPLUGGED
In my columns in the Savannah Morning News, I write about the local economy and culture. But those columns don't exist in a vacuum: I follow a wide variety of national news and experience Savannah much more deeply than I can possibly capture in three columns a week. So here on Savannah Unplugged, you'll find everything from nationwide economic trends to nightclub photos. I also contribute to the political blog Peach Pundit and the music blog hissing lawns.