The Golden Globes Awards Talent Virtually In 2021

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The 78th Golden Globes opened virtually with the nominees and award winners Zooming in to the ceremony with an audience of a small group of first responders that sat socially distanced and wore masks. Hosts Tina Fey, live from New York, and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles hosted from opposite coasts, casually joked about the attire of a few Zoom … Continue reading “The Golden Globes Awards Talent Virtually In 2021”

Women In Leadership: Rising Full Throttle At The Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS), “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration on the issues of today and tomorrow,” will celebrate National Women’s History Month with a panel of leaders and advocates entitled “Women in Leadership: Rising Full Throttle.” The monthly, first-Saturday forum will be held on Saturday, March 6, 2021, at 9:30 AM, via a Zoom Meeting streamed … Continue reading “Women In Leadership: Rising Full Throttle At The Hungry Club Forum”

Go Deepr®

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

A new development in the music industry is inviting tune-lovers to go Deepr®. Deepr® is a Black-owned, Atlanta-based tech start-up that has developed a music discovery app for consumers as a part of a product suite platform for creators, the music industry, and the film and television industry. Co-founders Austin Webster- a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & … Continue reading “Go Deepr®”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Featuring Shirley Chisholm • Elected to House of Representatives – 1968 • Democrat – New York • Served 91st – 97th Congresses     Barbara Jordan   • Elected to House of Representatives – 1972 • Democrat – Texas • Served 93rd – 95th Congresses     Yvonne Brathwaite Burke • Elected to House of Representatives – 1972 • Democrat … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

Tiny Treasures Development Center Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Tiny Treasurers Development Center held their ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, February 6, 2021.. The owners, Jonathan and Shaneisla Taylor were blessed to have family and friends present for the opening and declare the ribbon cutting ceremony. Also present was business partner, Glorious Mason who is a Savannah native. “We were honored to have our Pastor, Rev. Keith T. Bruen … Continue reading “Tiny Treasures Development Center Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony”

“Trip Around The World” Quilt Raffle

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The Quilter’s Guild, through St. Matthew’s ECW, is raffling a “Trip Around the World” Quilt to benefit St. Matthew’s Building Renovation Fund. This beautiful, jewel­toned quilt measures 103”x90” and will fit a queen-sized bed. This machine stitched quilt in tones of deep violet amethyst, blue sapphire, green emerald, blue topaz, and green peridot will enhance any bedroom. The winner will … Continue reading ““Trip Around The World” Quilt Raffle”

Yolanda Johnson Honored During Black History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Our #TriplerOhana is grateful for its #StrengthInDiversity as we recognize and celebrate our staff members in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth. Featuring: Yolanda Johnson Transitional Coordinator, Graduate Medical Education Any resident that has graduated from Tripler in the past 17 years knows Yolanda Johnson, though her service to our facility started in 1993. As someone who views her interns as her children, … Continue reading “Yolanda Johnson Honored During Black History Month”

“You Should Never Be Cool With Being Comfortable”

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Straight out of Savannah!!! Kenneth L. Alexander Jr. is making moves… literally. Not only in the direction of his dreams but also on the field. On February 7, 2021, he walked out onto the Super Bowl LV field and performed as one of the Weeknd’s backup dancers. It was in this moment that he experienced an indescribable adrenaline rush that … Continue reading ““You Should Never Be Cool With Being Comfortable””

Representative Derek Mallow: Georgia General Assembly

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Another piece of legislation that many of us in the African-American community that has provided a great deal of dismay is the Georgia “citizen’s arrest” laws. Created to allow slave owners and their minions to arrest what they believe are escaped slaves it eventually led to the Ahmaud Arbery death in Glynn County, GA in Spring of 2020. That death … Continue reading “Representative Derek Mallow: Georgia General Assembly”

Weeping Time 2021 Commemoration Virtual Event: March 6th at 10AM

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The Weeping Time Commemoration Committee is inviting the public to the 2021 Virtual Commemoration on Saturday, March 6, 2021 from 10:00AM – 11:30PM. The virtual event will start at 10AM. The Weeping Time is the largest sale of enslaved humans ever recorded in the United States. On March 2nd and 3rd, 1859, 436 humans were listed for sale to cover … Continue reading “Weeping Time 2021 Commemoration Virtual Event: March 6th at 10AM”