Impressum School Of Social Graces Spring Academy

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

When the word “etiquette” is mentioned, many people envision balancing books on your head, sitting down for tea and possibly uncomfortable clothing. At Impressum School of Social Graces, we make manners fun. Not only do we specialize in personal development for young ladies ages five to eighteen, but we also offer talent services to include modeling and acting, in addition … Continue reading “Impressum School Of Social Graces Spring Academy”

Emmanuel Tabernacle

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Around The Table With Debbie

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Star Charter School

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

The Aeolians

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Radiant Life

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Savannah Job Fair

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

SCAD Announces New Savannah Women of Vision Honorees

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) President and Founder Paula Wallace celebrated Georgia Day with five new Savannah Women of Vision honorees. Recognizing women of peerless valor, altruism and intellect, the investiture welcomed Miriam Center, Edna Jackson, Mary Lane Morrison, Fredericka Washington and Sema Wilkes into its elite cadre of Savannah trailblazers. The celebration was held on Friday, Feb. … Continue reading “SCAD Announces New Savannah Women of Vision Honorees”

A Moment In Black History

By Savannah Tribune | February 14, 2018

Speed skaters, Maame Biney and Erin Jackson, make history as the first African-American women to represent the U.S. on the Olympic speed skating team. Biney (18) started skating when she was five after coming to the U.S. from Ghana. While her dad was driving she saw a sign for skating lessons. After her first class Biney never looked back, setting … Continue reading “A Moment In Black History”