Savannah Sophisticates & “Cats”

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

Savannah Sophisticates Celebrate 35 Years of Friendship

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

      The Savannah Chapter of Sophisticates, Incorporated, celebrated its 35th Anniversary on March 4, 2017, with a Mardi Gras formal affair in the ballroom at the Embassy Suites Savannah. The Sophisticates and SophistiCats entertained their friends and visiting Sophisticates and “Cats” who were special guests of the evening, in a Mardi Gras décor with New Orleans-style cuisine, music, … Continue reading “Savannah Sophisticates Celebrate 35 Years of Friendship”

City Receives Federal Funding For Hurricane Matthew Debris Removal

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced this week that it will award the City of Savannah $9.2 million for debris removal resulting from Hurricane Matthew. The announcement comes after rigorous efforts led by Congressman Earl L. “Buddy” Carter (GA-01), in conjunction with city and county officials, to address debris removal and secure the approval. Carter also announced that Chatham … Continue reading “City Receives Federal Funding For Hurricane Matthew Debris Removal”

Propaganda of War! Savannah Line

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

“One cannot wage war under present conditions without the support of public opinion, which is tremendously molded by the press and other forms of propaganda.” – Douglas MacArthur WWI was the first time propaganda was utilized on a global scale. In order for battles to be won on Flanders Fields they had to be won on the home front as … Continue reading “Propaganda of War! Savannah Line”

North Carolina Takes Final Four

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

No. 1 North Carolina captured its sixth national championship Monday, April 3, with its 71-65 victory against Gonzaga in the 2017 National Championship Game in Phoenix. Gonzaga reached the 2017 National Championship Game by ending South Carolina’s Cinderella run in the 2017 NCAA Tournament with a 77-73 victory Saturday, April 1, in the Final Four and North Carolina followed with … Continue reading “North Carolina Takes Final Four”

Legends of Southern Hip Hop Is Coming to Savannah!

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

Legends of Southern Hip Hop is coming to Savannah! Legends of Southern Hip Hop is coming to Savannah Civic Center this Saturday, April 8th in Martin Luther King Jr Arena at 8 pm. The artists that will be performing are Scarface, 8 Ball & MLG, Juvenile, Trick Daddy, Bun B, Mystikal, and Pastor Troy. The concert is consisted of all … Continue reading “Legends of Southern Hip Hop Is Coming to Savannah!”

Wheels Poet Open Mic Booksigning

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

Wheels Poet Open Mic and Booksigning featuring Robert Cohen will be held on Saturday, April 8, 2017 12:30-3:00 pm at Indulge Coffee Shop, located at 1305 Barnard St. For more information call (912) 509-0564 Robert Cohen was born on July 9, 1982 and although he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy only a year later, he never let that stop him … Continue reading “Wheels Poet Open Mic Booksigning”

Magnolia’s Easter Egg Hunt Stuffed With Prizes

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

More than 15,000 plastic eggs have been stuffed with candy and prizes for the 8th Annual Magnolia Easter Egg Hunt on April 15 at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Children will be divided into four age groups for the 30-minue hunts on the lawn at the main house. The first group – children 2 and under – will start at 11 … Continue reading “Magnolia’s Easter Egg Hunt Stuffed With Prizes”

Savannah Beauty Culturist League’s “Woman of the Month – Diane Barnes”

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

Diane Barnes is spotlighted as the SBCL’s “Woman of the Month”. Diane is a kindhearted, innovative, and gracious young woman who is married to Deacon George Barnes and the mother of Kelse Barnes and T’hron Alexander. Diane is a 1985 graduate of Alfred Ely Beach High School and a 1989 graduate of Savannah State College (University). Part of Diane’s daily … Continue reading “Savannah Beauty Culturist League’s “Woman of the Month – Diane Barnes””

When Is The Debt Paid Conference

By Savannah Tribune | April 05, 2017

Do you have a felony conviction? Are you facing barriers that block your successful ReEntry? The 3rd Annual When Is The Debt Paid Conference is designed to inspire and inform local ‘returning citizens’ about ways to successfully navigate through the reintegration progress and about local resources for them. The conference, sponsored by Bryant Educational Seminars & Training and Armstrong State … Continue reading “When Is The Debt Paid Conference”