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Savannah Hair Salon Hosts Ball To Benefit Local Children

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

A crowd of stylists and barbers from all over Savannah and across the state came together on Sunday, Jan. 5 to celebrate the 4th Annual Stylist and Barber Ball at the Hyatt Hotel in historic Downtown Savannah. Hosted by the locally owned and operated Flawless Hair Studio, the ball honored industry members for their dedication to the master cosmetology and … Continue reading “Savannah Hair Salon Hosts Ball To Benefit Local Children”

High Expectations

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Imagine this: A high schooler comes home from school, exhausted from a full day of class and extracurricular activities, suddenly a parent begins to relentlessly question them about their PSAT preparation, and where they want to attend college. After this conversation, the student silently shuts the door to their room and begins to cry; all of the pressure and expectations … Continue reading “High Expectations”

Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens Feb. 1

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

“Your Story, My Story, Our Stories” is the theme of the annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival scheduled for February 1-23, 2020. Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts, as well as ethnic cuisine and crafts, are offered for all ages and interests throughout the celebration. The festival is presented by the city of Savannah and Savannah State … Continue reading “Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens Feb. 1”

Savannah Holds Inauguration of the Mayor Van R. Johnson, II and Council

By Savannah Tribune | January 08, 2020

An elegant evening unfold- ed on January 2, 2020 at 6:30 p.m., as the Honorable Mayor Van R. Johnson II and eight Aldermen were inaugurated into Savannah’s city council. The Civic Center’s Johnny Mercer Theatre was filled to capacity as citizens of Savannah came out to celebrate the inauguration of Mayor Van R. Johnson II and the city’s Aldermen. Hosted … Continue reading “Savannah Holds Inauguration of the Mayor Van R. Johnson, II and Council”

31st Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens February 1st

By Savannah Tribune | January 08, 2020

According to Shirley James, Coordinator for the 31st Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival, committee members are working diligently to make sure this festival in one of the best. The festival is scheduled February 1-23, and the central theme for this year is “Your Story, My Story, Our Stories.” As usual, attendees of all ages will be exposed to cultural educational … Continue reading “31st Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens February 1st”

Youth Editor Joins The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | January 08, 2020

The Savannah Tribune is pleased to introduce our Youth Editor, Lauren C. James. As Youth Editor, one of her goals is to publish a series of columns that highlight real-life issues and concerns from the perspective of an adolescent. She also looks forward to a role as a reporter who can cover and report on various events that will be … Continue reading “Youth Editor Joins The Savannah Tribune”

ILA Local 1414 Swear In New Officers For 2020

By Savannah Tribune | January 08, 2020

On Thursday, January 2, 2020, International Longshoremen Association Local 1414 held a swearing in ceremony for the newly elected officers. The incoming officers are: Jackie Robinson, President; Paul Mosley, Sr., Vice President; Brandon Baxter, Recording Secretary; William Robinson, Financial Secretary/ Treasurer; Joey Horton, Chaplain. Board members are Isaac Shuman, Andre Robinson, Sean Stephens, Andre Orr, Albert Purvis, Wendell Griffin, Andrew … Continue reading “ILA Local 1414 Swear In New Officers For 2020”

How American Culture Leads To High Mental Illness Levels In Adolescents

By Savannah Tribune | January 08, 2020

As the inhabitants of Generation Z (born between 1995-2015) look back on this past decade, I wonder how they will remember it. Will they remember growing up in a peaceful or stressful environment? When asking myself this question, I realized that it was part of a more substantial inquiry: Was this decade (2010’s) of American culture a positive environment for … Continue reading “How American Culture Leads To High Mental Illness Levels In Adolescents”

TybeeMLK Celebration Announced

By Savannah Tribune | December 31, 2019

TybeeMLK is a Human Rights Organization The purpose of TybeeMLK is to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Federal Holiday and carry on Dr. King’s philosophy of love and justice by means of nonviolent community activism. We strive to be a beacon for Justice throughout our local community thereby representing the Beloved Community of the world. TybeeMLK 2020 Vision of … Continue reading “TybeeMLK Celebration Announced”

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Association Continues the 2020 Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | December 31, 2019

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association will continue its 2020 super weekend celebration of Dr. King’s birth by presenting: The Business and Community Unity Brunch on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Savannah Convention Center (formally the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center). The keynote speaker will be the Honorable Jonathan M. Mc- Collar, Mayor … Continue reading “The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Association Continues the 2020 Celebration”