Author: Nichelle

Gnatty Savannah is On Facebook

Victorian House

Y’all, I had a lightbulb moment. I have long known that Savannah is a “Facebook Town”, but I am a blogger and avid Twitterer.   While listening to a lunchtime presentation on web traffic (sponsored by Hubspot), I realized that I needed to have a place to post events, news, comedy shows, restaurant openings, art […]

Savannah Eats, Laughs and Drinks

1970 vodka

The 1970 vodka cocktail is delicious! I met the owner, Ikeda Feingold; and I really like the flavor of the vodka which has 19 ingredients including fruit and botanicals. It’s also 70 proof. Plus, the branding and look of the bottle are super cool. April 27th- April 29th Gypsy World is having a Vintage Extravaganza […]

FCW Society Variety Show

Two weeks, I hosted a fun variety show featuring local Savannah talent. My friend Joanne Morton came up with the idea of doing a Planned Parenthood fundraiser. All of the performers were cool women.  They were fucking cool women.  There was singing, poetry, spoken word, comedy, dance and hula hooping. We raised over $400 for […]

Savannah Stopover 2017

Becca Mancari

I did Friday night of this year’s Savannah Stopover, and it was a blast.  Savannah Stopover is a three day music festival featuring bands from all over. Many of the bands stop over in Savannah before heading to SXSW in Austin. I first stopped by the secret show at West Elm. Christopher Paul Stelling performed […]

New In Savannah: Ghost Coast Distillery

Nichelle at Ghost Coast

This past weekend, I went to the newly opened Ghost Coast Distillery which is located at 641 Indian Street near the Talmadge Bridge. Ghost Coast is the first distillery in Savannah in 261 years.  The tour itself starts with a video that gives a great history of drinking in Savannah. The video mentions essential figures […]

March On: Upcoming Events in Savannah

Friday, March 3: First Fridays in Starland. There will be art at Sulfur Studios and music at Foxy Loxy. Saturday, March 4: Front Porch Improv,  a hilarious monthly improv comedy show. Tuesday, March 7: Looking for more comedy?! Chicks and Giggles’ celebrates Women History Month with a fun lineup of local female comedians at The Sentient […]

Opening and Closings in Savannah

Shop The Fox

Happy Sunday! Yesterday, I stopped by the Savannah Book Festival yesterday and I got a cookbook,  The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook. Shop The Fox, the shop next door to Foxy Loxy, is closing and a big moving sale is happening today (Sunday, February 19th). I love the space, and look forward to its next incarnation […]

Reading, Reading and Writing

Kim Addonizio, Poet

I am writing more. I am writing jokes, thoughts, and ideas. Last night, I went to a poetry reading at local independent bookstore, The Book Lady, where Kim Addonizio and Alexis Orgera. Kim Addonizio is an acclaimed poet and author, and I am sure I have seen her read in New York City back in […]

Love Can Happen on Tinder

Couple Met on Tinder

I am desperately in need of good news even if it is about strangers. Saturday, I went to Service Brewing for Georgia Beer Day, and I met this cute young couple. The guy is from Birmingham, England and the lady is from Tennessee. They met on Tinder and have been together for seven months.

Savannah Events: Nick Cave, GeekEnd and Comedy

GeekEnd Banner

This week is jam-packed. African American artist Nick Cave exhibition is opening this week at The Jepson. His soundsuit exhibit is super cool. GeekEnd, Savannah’s tech and entrepreneur conference, is happening this weekend. Starting Friday, you can learn about what cool tech is happening in the area and meet fellow techies in the area. The speakers […]

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