Good Times To Host 4th of July Celebration With Special Guest Performances

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Savannah’ s premiere jazz venue Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant is set to host the Fourth of July weekend with performances by “Dred ‘Perky’ Scott” featuring the Good Times All Stars with Teddy Adams, Eric Jones, Marc Chesanow and Robert Saunders. Performances are set to take place on Friday, July 2 and Saturday, July 3 from 8 PM to … Continue reading “Good Times To Host 4th of July Celebration With Special Guest Performances”

Critical Race Theory – What Is All The Fuss About?

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Critical race theory has been around since the 1970’s. However, the concept has gained interest among those who seek to rewrite history and silence the voices of those who seek to make sure that the realities of history are known, no matter how bad they are. Critical race theory is a framework to better understand historical, social, political, and economic … Continue reading “Critical Race Theory – What Is All The Fuss About?”

SCAD Announces Veronica Biggins As New Chair Of Board Of Trustees

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Veronica Biggins as chair of the SCAD Board of Trustees. Biggins has been a member of SCAD’s Board of Trustees since 2018, and she assumes the chairperson role following the retirement of the previous board chair. As chair, she will lead the governing board … Continue reading “SCAD Announces Veronica Biggins As New Chair Of Board Of Trustees”

‘The Weeping Time’: What’s It All About And Does It Relate To You And Yours?

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

On Saturday, July 3, 2021 at 9:30 AM, Savannah Chatham County and surrounding areas are invited to participate in the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.’s (HCFS) Signature Roundtable and Open Forum entitled, “‘The Weeping Time’: What’s It All About and Does It Relate to You and Yours?” Everyone is invited to join in the discussion. The HCFS is eager … Continue reading “‘The Weeping Time’: What’s It All About And Does It Relate To You And Yours?”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

More than 100,000 persons statewide, including approximately 39,000 in Chatham County, are being Removed, From The Voter List In Georgia. Are you one of them, or anyone that you may know? Be Proactive & Vigilant! Protect Your Vote! 1. If You Are A Registered Voter, Check Your Voting Status Today! Make It A Habit to Check Your Voting Status Every … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

June Is National Homeownership Month

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

June is National Homeownership Month, which celebrates the value that owning a home brings to families, communities, and neighborhoods across America. By becoming a homeowner, people get a step closer to the American dream. This month also shares the joys of being a homeowner, which can encourage others to achieve the same thing. To celebrate National Homeownership Month, Habitat Savannah … Continue reading “June Is National Homeownership Month”

The 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Scheduled Announced

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

The Observance Day Association, Inc. is pleased to announce information concerning the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. parade, scheduled for Monday, January 17, 2022, at 10:00, in Savannah, Georgia. Parade applications will be available starting July 1, 2021, online at www.mlkingsavannah.com, or at the Association’s office located at 1206 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA 31415. PLEASE NOTE … Continue reading “The 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Scheduled Announced”

Virtual Book Discussion With Author, Maurice Hobson… “The Legend Of The Black Mecca”

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Join the virtual book discussion by author, Maurice Hobson as he shares his book The Legend of the Black Mecca. Maurice J. Hobson, is an associate professor of African American studies at Georgia State University. In his book, Hobson explores the history of black Southerners living in Atlanta in the post- World War II era, effectively interrogating the city’s long … Continue reading “Virtual Book Discussion With Author, Maurice Hobson… “The Legend Of The Black Mecca””

Sanitation Schedule Adjusted For The Fourth Of July

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

The City of Savannah Sanitation Department will operate on an adjusted schedule next week due to the Fourth of July holiday. City offices will be closed on Monday, July 5, in observance of the holiday. Residential garbage collection will be delayed by one day starting on Monday, and recycling will be picked up on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Yard waste … Continue reading “Sanitation Schedule Adjusted For The Fourth Of July”

UPGRADE YOUR MINDSET How to Reach Your Goals 10x Faster

By Savannah Tribune | June 30, 2021

Creating and reaching your realistic goals can be challenging at times. If you’ve tried to reach a goal and fell short don’t beat yourself up. There is an essential part of goal setting that doesn’t often get talked about and it’s the importance of “rewiring your brain”. Neuroscience shows our brains are capable of achieving amazing feats but this isn’t … Continue reading “UPGRADE YOUR MINDSET How to Reach Your Goals 10x Faster”