Sports With Walter Moore

By | September 03, 2008

The Robby Wells era at Savannah State got off to a rocky start as the Tigers fell to Jacksonville 20-7 before a crowd of 4,441 fans at Memorial Stadium. The teams battled to a scoreless halftime but the Dolphins (1- 0) made adjustments at intermission and scored 17 points in the third quarter. SSU scored its only touchdown of the … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Savannah State University MBA Open House is Sept. 10

By | September 03, 2008

College of Business Administration to offer alternative path for MBA admission The Savannah State University (SSU) College of Business Administration (COBA) will have an open house for prospective Master of Business Administration (MBA) students on Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m. in the Howard Jordan Business Building. Faculty members and others from COBA will be on hand to discuss admission … Continue reading “Savannah State University MBA Open House is Sept. 10”

Gulfstream Dedicates Second Phase of Research and Development Center

By | September 03, 2008

Gulfstream Aerospace, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), officially dedicated its second Research and Development Center on Friday, August 22, 2008 at the facility’s Laboratory Building. Federal, state and local dignitaries joined Nicholas D. Chabraja, chairman and chief executive officer, General Dynamics, Joe Lombardo, president, Gulfstream Aerospace, and Pres Henne, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test, … Continue reading “Gulfstream Dedicates Second Phase of Research and Development Center”

Beach Institute Re-opens with Thought Provoking Exhibits

By | September 03, 2008

On September 7, 2008, the Beach Institute will host a re-opening of the facility with two great exhibits by the late Tom Feelings, The Middle Passage: White Ships/Black Cargo, and rising art star Ted Ellis, American Slavery: The Reason Why We’re Here. The opening reception will take place at 3pm in the West Gallery of the Beach Institute, with a … Continue reading “Beach Institute Re-opens with Thought Provoking Exhibits”

SEDA brings Savannah to Atlanta

By | September 03, 2008

SEDA in Atlanta to launch customized searchable property database Web site, one of few economic development agencies in the country to offer and only one in Georgia. ATLANTA, Ga., – The Savannah Economic Development Authority is bringing Savannah to Atlanta to launch its newly restructured Web site, www.seda.org, on Tuesday, Sept. 2. The event will showcase the best of Savannah … Continue reading “SEDA brings Savannah to Atlanta”

First City Classic To Contribute to Local Non-Profits

By | September 03, 2008

Food tickets redeemable at the First City Taste will be for sale through local non-profits, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit each participating organization. The First City Classic is launching a citywide fundraiser benefiting a variety of local non-profit organizations as part of the First City Taste, a gathering of dozens of local restaurants offering a wide selection … Continue reading “First City Classic To Contribute to Local Non-Profits”

You are invited to join the Citizens Fire Academy

By | September 03, 2008

Savannah Fire & Emergency Services is hosting a Citizens Fire Academy! We will provide members of our community an opportunity to see and learn about the fire service from the professionals who protect you every day. The program is open to any adult who lives or works in the City of Savannah, including journalists. We would like a member of … Continue reading “You are invited to join the Citizens Fire Academy”

AASU Announces 2008-2009 Faculty Lecture Series

By | September 03, 2008

The Armstrong Atlantic State University 2008-2009 Robert I. Strozier Faculty Lecture Series will kickoff on Friday, September 12 at 12:10 p.m. in University Hall 156 on the AASU campus, 11935 Abercorn Street. Kalenda C. Eaton, assistant professor of English, will present “Breakout, Before You Get Bumrushed!: Migration, Community Building, and Self-Defense in the Black American West, 1898-1968.” The event is … Continue reading “AASU Announces 2008-2009 Faculty Lecture Series”

Silk Productions presents 10th Annual Hair Battle Competition

By | September 03, 2008

Silk Productions presents its 10th Annual Hair Battle Competition at the Hyatt Regency in Savannah on Sunday, August the 31, 2008. The show was sponsored by Beauty and Beyond which is located at 1711 Victory Dr. It featured The Battle of the Best Fantasy, The Battle of the Best Barbers and The Salon Fantasy competitions. The local Barbers and Hair … Continue reading “Silk Productions presents 10th Annual Hair Battle Competition”

Historical Marker Dedicated to Black Publishing Pioneer

By | September 03, 2008

The City of Savannah and the Georgia Historical Society held a dedication ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, for a new historical marker to Savannah-raised Robert Sengstacke Abbott, who grew up to become the most successful and influential African-American publisher of his era. The marker was placed, and the ceremony held, at the site of Mr. Abbott’s boyhood home … Continue reading “Historical Marker Dedicated to Black Publishing Pioneer”