Hey good people! Welcome back to The Low. Over the last couple weeks, I’ve been telling you to be on the lookout for an update coming soon. Welp. Today’s the day. Let me start by saying I’ve thoroughly enjoyed delivering this informative and (hopefully) interesting newsletter to you every Tuesday, but we’re making some changes and it’s time I tell you about them. 

Today’s newsletter is the last you’ll receive for a while. We’re taking a tactical pause to reevaluate and figure out how best to serve our wonderful readers like you. In the interim, The Low will be living on Connect Savannah’s site. Content won’t be posted weekly, but whenever there’s something particularly exciting that I want to share with The Low audience, you’ll find it there. 

I sincerely hope that you’ve enjoyed the newsletter so far, and that you’ll continue to stick with me as The Low evolves. To be clear, this isn’t a goodbye. It’s more like a see you soon. We do plan to return to this weekly routine in the future, and when that day comes, you’ll be the first to know about it. In the meantime, feel free to revisit previous issues in our archive, and if you enjoyed what we’ve been doing here, tell your friends about The Low. 

So with all that said, here’s what this week has in store:

1. Celebrate black history and heritage at these happenings.

2. See who’s playing at the Enmarket Arena in February.

3. Find out what’s cookin’ at Thompson Savannah for Valentine’s Day.

4. Calling all book buffs! The Savannah Book Festival is coming soon.

5. Craft a compelling cover letter with these helpful tips.

Details await you down below. Thanks so much for reading the Low. 

— Chantel