Matthew Jones will be presented and 19 of the country’s professional opera singers in “Beautiful Voices” concerts and public master classes March 10th to March 16th in Savannah and Statesboro.

By | March 07, 2012

 Savannah Singer Matthew Jones, a participant in The Voice Workshop, frequently performs throughout the Savannah area. He most recently appeared as Sportin’ Life in Porgy and Bess with Chamber Music Charleston in the 2010 Piccolo Spoleto Festival. He sang the tenor solo in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and in the role of Guiseppe in Verdi’s La traviata with the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.   Grammy-Award Winning … Continue reading “Matthew Jones will be presented and 19 of the country’s professional opera singers in “Beautiful Voices” concerts and public master classes March 10th to March 16th in Savannah and Statesboro.”

St. Joseph’s/Candler and Girl Scouts Join Forces

By | March 07, 2012

Two organizations with deep histories in Savannah will join forces to celebrate a century of building girls of courage, confidence, and character. St. Joseph’s/Candler is the official healthcare provider for the thousands of Girl Scouts who will descend on Savannah during the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia’s celebration of the movement’s 100th anniversary year. On March 12, 1912, Juliette Gordon … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler and Girl Scouts Join Forces”

Health Restoration 101

By | March 07, 2012

Long-term B-12 deficiency can cause permanent damage to the nervous system, and can become fatal, if not treated. Having vitamin B-12 deficiency means that your body does not have enough circulating B-12 to make healthy red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. This leads to anemia, making you feel sick, weak and tired. Most people get more than … Continue reading “Health Restoration 101”

Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association Hosts Freedom Ball

By | March 07, 2012

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association will continue its 2012 Celebration by sponsoring the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Freedom Ball on Friday, March 10, 2012. The 2012 King celebration event that benefit the Annual Scholarship and Community Give Back Programs. The ball will be held at the Annex of the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, … Continue reading “Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association Hosts Freedom Ball”

Beach Institute Presents The Mind and Thoughts of Richard Law

By | March 07, 2012

On Sunday, March 11,2012, the Beach Institute will open the first exhibit in the 2012 series with the continual theme A New Vision for the Arts. The Mind and Thoughts of Richard Law, is on exhibit of works by artist, musician and master barber, Richard Law. The opening reception will take place at 3pm in the West Gallery of the … Continue reading “Beach Institute Presents The Mind and Thoughts of Richard Law”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month

By | March 07, 2012

Dr. Linda M. Bleicken joined Armstrong Atlantic State University on July 1, 2009, becoming the seventh Armstrong president and the first woman to lead the institution since the establishment of Armstrong Junior College in 1935. President Bleicken’s arrival on campus proved auspicious for planning the university’s 75th anniversary in 2010. The year brought an opportunity not only to celebrate Armstrong’s … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month

By | March 07, 2012

Dr. Cheryl D. Dozier, who has been in higher education for 20 years, began her tenure as interim president of Savannah State University on May 9, 2011, and quickly instilled a culture of service, strength and unity across the Savannah State campus. Dozier’s primary goal has been to focus on academic achievement at SSU. “ I want to enhance academic … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month”

Savannah Kicks Off Annual Kiss-a-Pig Contest

By | March 07, 2012

The largest fundraiser of the year for the American Diabetes Association, Kissa Pig, presented by Piggly Wiggly, kicked off on Saturday, March 3 at 4:00 p.m. on River Street in Savannah. This year’s candidates made their grand entrances and were introduced to the public. The Kick-off was free and open to the public and took place during First Saturday on … Continue reading “Savannah Kicks Off Annual Kiss-a-Pig Contest”

Georgia Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced

By | March 07, 2012

Allison Konter of Islands High School Named a 2013 Georgia Teacher of the Year Finalist! State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge announced the finalists for 2013 Georgia Teacher of the Year and for the third year in a row Savannah- Chatham’s Teacher of the Year has been named a state finalist. The 10 finalists were chosen from a pool of … Continue reading “Georgia Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates National Women’s History Month

By | March 07, 2012

March is National Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the years of hard work to achieve equity goals in the classroom for females and to ensure American women will be recognized and celebrated in educational institutions, workplaces, and communities throughout the country. Throughout the month of March, The Savannah Tribune will highlight several of these women. The 2012 Theme … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates National Women’s History Month”