Black Nativity

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Carolina Transit

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Rain And Tapestry Church

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Da Gulla Museum

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Culture Arts Investment and Fire: by Shirley B. James

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Here we go again! The City of Savannah’s FY18 General Fund Preliminary Budget projections, as posted on the City’s website,  have once again, come as a last minute surprise, and caught some key Cultural Arts and Social Services Programs  off guard. These are programs that have provided services to Savannah’s citizens and its tourist population by supplementing their budgets with … Continue reading “Culture Arts Investment and Fire: by Shirley B. James”

The Savannah Community Celebrates The Life Of

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Bertha Jaudon Pinkney was born, September 14, 1929 in Savannah, Georgia at Montgomery, the daughter of the late Reverend Hampton and Annie Bell Jaudon. She was educated in the local public schools and graduated from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia with a degree in Home Economics. After college, she married the late Fred V. Goode and her daughter, Vaughnette … Continue reading “The Savannah Community Celebrates The Life Of”

MLK Jr., Observance Day Association Announces Its 2018 Honorees

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

The 39th Annual Celebration of Dr. King’s birth will begin Sunday, the 10th of December 2017 with our 2018 Honorees Reception at the King Frazier Ballroom at 5:00 p.m. at Savannah State University. The Board of Directors of the Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Day Association, Inc. invites the community at-large to attend the celebration as we introduce the 2018 … Continue reading “MLK Jr., Observance Day Association Announces Its 2018 Honorees”

Tybee MLK 5/50 Forward Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Tybee MLK 5/50 Forward Celebration will take place on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 2 p.m. Join us as we walk or ride in a Human Rights Parade from Walter Parker Pier (16th St.) to Old School Cafeteria. During the 5th Annual Tybee MLK Parade and Human Rights Program, we will recognize 50 years since Dr. King’s assassination as we … Continue reading “Tybee MLK 5/50 Forward Celebration”

Catechism and Ordination Services Held For Minister Paul Smith

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Catechism and Ordination Services were held last Sunday, November 26, 2017 at Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church for Minister Paul Smith. An Ordination Board presided by Rev. Thurmond N.. Tillman conducted the Catechism. A native of Savannah, Min. Paul Smith is the son of Rev. James and Sis. Catherine Smith. Believing in life-long learning, he is a graduate of A. … Continue reading “Catechism and Ordination Services Held For Minister Paul Smith”

Savannah Economic Development Authority Announces Partnership With Savannah College of Art and Design

By Savannah Tribune | November 29, 2017

Recently, the Savannah Economic Development Authority and the Savannah College of Art and Design announced a groundbreaking partnership designed to help SCAD alumni develop commercially viable digital products and advance Savannah’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. Called SCAD+, this groundbreaking program will support talented SCAD alumni, many having been recognized nationally and internationally with professional association awards, to bring their commercial concepts to … Continue reading “Savannah Economic Development Authority Announces Partnership With Savannah College of Art and Design”