God’s Temple of Praise Continues Pastor’s Anniversary

By | February 17, 2010

God’s Temple of Praise continues the first Anniversary Celebration of Pastor Donald Lowe, Sr. and First Lady Sheila Lowe. The celebration got off to a great start with Fresh Fire From Heaven Christian and Pastor Lee Jenkins on February 15, and New Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Bishop Thomas Sills on February 16. On February 17, Sweetfield of Eden is … Continue reading “God’s Temple of Praise Continues Pastor’s Anniversary”

Jackson Appointed to Campus Director

By | February 17, 2010

University of Phoenix recently appointed Melissa Jackson campus director for University of Phoenix – Savannah . With the University since 2005, Jackson was previously the director of enrollment at the University’s Atlanta campuses. Responsible for the University’s Savannah campus, Jackson will oversee academic quality, enrollment, operations, finance and marketing. “I have always loved helping others better their lives,” said Jackson … Continue reading “Jackson Appointed to Campus Director”

Tyson To Be Honored During the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon

By | February 17, 2010

Completing an already exciting list of honorees including Queen Latifah, Zoe Saldana, Mary J. Blige and newcomer Gabourey Sidibe, ESSENCE is excited to announce as part of its 40th Anniversary celebration Academy Award nominee Cicely Tyson as the recipient of the Legend Award at the third annual ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon. The event will take place during Oscar … Continue reading “Tyson To Be Honored During the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon”

AWWIN Announces Honorees for Top Ten Working Women of the Year Awards Gala

By | February 17, 2010

AWWIN is pleased and excited to announce the honorees for the AWWIN Top Ten Working Women of the Year Awards. The Awards Gala & Silent Auction will be held Friday, May 14, 2010 at the beautiful Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum. Top Ten Honorees include Camellia Pflum- General Manager of for Joy 100 and 92.3 The Pointe; Senea Crystal- Marketing … Continue reading “AWWIN Announces Honorees for Top Ten Working Women of the Year Awards Gala”

100 Black Men, Johnson High Announces Empowerment Program

By | February 17, 2010

The 100 Black Men of Savannah, Inc. and the students, faculty, and staff of Sol C. Johnson H.S. will introduced their joint Economic Empowerment Program on Thursday February 11th in the auditorium of Sol C Johnson High School. The 100/SCJ Economic Empowerment Program is a new and innovative partnership between the Savannah 100, Savannah’s Public School system, and Savannah’s business … Continue reading “100 Black Men, Johnson High Announces Empowerment Program”

The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra Presents “Firebird”

By | February 17, 2010

The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra presents an evening of the most hauntingly beautiful melodies music February 20, 2010 at 8:00 at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Beginning with the sprightly, flashy Russlan & Ludmilla Overture by Glinka the concert gets off to a flying start. The warm, dramatic melodies of Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances & In the Steppes of Central … Continue reading “The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra Presents “Firebird””

Ribbon Cutting Held for Accessories and More

By | February 17, 2010

The Savannah Development and Renewal Authority (SDRA) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Accessories & More on Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 3:00 p.m. at 1216 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Mayor Pro-Tem Edna Jackson, 1st District Alderman Van Johnson, and Alderman Jeff Felser, joined officials from SDRA, the MLK-Montgomery Business Association and the Savannah Entrepreneurial Center to welcome proprietor Ms. … Continue reading “Ribbon Cutting Held for Accessories and More”

Savannah State’s Players by the Sea to perform “For Colored Girls”

By | February 17, 2010

Savannah State University Players by the Sea Theatre Group will perform Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” February 17-19, 2010. The play, which is presented in conjunction with the Savannah Black Heritage Festival, will be held in the Kennedy Theatre at 8 p.m. “For Colored Girls” is a choreopoem that includes a … Continue reading “Savannah State’s Players by the Sea to perform “For Colored Girls””

Eleven Black Men of Liberty County to hold Annual Scholarship Banquet

By | February 17, 2010

The Eleven Black Men of Liberty County, Inc. will hold its “Sixteenth Annual Scholarship Banquet” at Club Stewart, Fort Stewart, Georgia, on March 13, 2010. There will be a reception from 6:15 to 6:45 PM, followed by the banquet dinner at 7:00 PM. Dr. Otis S. Johnson, Mayor of Savannah, Georgia is this year‘s banquet speaker. Johnson, the 64th Mayor … Continue reading “Eleven Black Men of Liberty County to hold Annual Scholarship Banquet”

Coping with Stock Market Uncertainties

By | February 17, 2010

Global events can certainly affect the U.S. stock market. Throughout its history, however, the U.S. stock market has proved to be quite resilient over the long term—bouncing back time and time again from the impact of world crises. Examining how some past global problems have affected the U.S. stock market may help you better grapple with the economic and investment … Continue reading “Coping with Stock Market Uncertainties”