2017 MLK Day Parade

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Georgia Day 2017

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Career Day at DeRenne Middle School 2017

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Adele Dominates 2017 Grammy Awards

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards was broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles last Sunday evening. The show was a spectacular with great performances, astonishing tributes and thought-provoking speeches. Late Night personality James Corden, who replaced LL Cool J as the new host for the Grammys, was very entertaining throughout the evening. An emotionally charged evening, Adele was … Continue reading “Adele Dominates 2017 Grammy Awards”

Grand Festival Day Opening

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Career Day Held At DeRenne Middle School

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

DeRenne Middle School held Career Day for the 8th grade students at the school on last Thursday, February 9th. Over 25 local businesses were in attendance to share their experiences with students. Among the businesses were Savannah-Chatham County Metro Police Dept. International Longshoremen Association Local 1414, D&D Media Group, Scott Realty, Savannah State University Regional Science and Engineering,The Savannah Tribune … Continue reading “Career Day Held At DeRenne Middle School”

Urban Chamber Holds Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

With hundreds in attendance dressed in black tie and formal attire, Urban Savannah Chamber of Commerce, Savannah’s only African American and minority focused chamber celebrated their Inaugural Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet, presented by title sponsor South State Bank. Eula Parker, Senior Vice President for South State Bank, was the Event Chairperson. Among the guests in attendance were Melvin Coleman, … Continue reading “Urban Chamber Holds Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet”

Book Signings To Be Held

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Two authors with recently published books will be available for book signings at Savannah State University’s (SSU) Asa H. Gordon Library art gallery. Otis Johnson, Ph.D., former mayor of Savannah and scholar-in-residence at SSU, will sign his new book From the “N Word” to Mr. Mayor: Experiencing the American Dream. His memoir recalls his life in a city with complicated … Continue reading “Book Signings To Be Held”

Chaka Khan To Appear At Johnny Mercer Theatre March 10th

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Craig M. Garrett and Next Level Events present an evening with Chaka Khan on Friday, March 10, 2017 at the Johnny Mercer Theatre beginning at 8:00 p.m. For ticket information visit www.etix.com or the SavannahCivic Center Box Office Chaka Khan is a true Renaissance Woman. Born Yvette Stevens in 1953 she’s a singer, songwriter, producer, visual artist, author, actor, philanthropist, … Continue reading “Chaka Khan To Appear At Johnny Mercer Theatre March 10th”

Al Jarreaua Dies At 76

By Savannah Tribune | February 15, 2017

Singer Alwin Lopez Jarreau better known by his stage name Al Jarreaua, multiple Grammy winner for his jazz and R&B songs like “Breakin’ Away,” died Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 76. He had been hospitalized recently and cancelled his upcoming tour dates. Alwin Lopez Jarreau better known by his stage name Al Jarreau, was an American singer and musician. … Continue reading “Al Jarreaua Dies At 76”