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Class of ’17 graduates head out to start ‘adulting’ – Loveland Reporter May 28th, 2017 02:37 UTC, With a mirror, she had them look at themselves and those around them, both essential to success. And with bottles of . The students chose a song from 32 years ago, “(Don’t You) Forget About Me,” from the movie “The Breakfast Club”
Best Local Actress – Connect Savannah.com (May 2017), Connect Savannah.com When they were ready to begin a theatre company of their own, the founding members of SSC found Savannah to be the perfect home base. “You cannot help but fall in love with a city that looks like this,” Tinti says.
‘Far Cry 5’ sneak peek: 5 things we’ve learned (May 2017), It’s a provocative departure for the franchise, one that’s already drawn some rumblings from right-wing groups accusing Ubisoft of casting God-fearing, gun-loving Americans as the bad guys. While the game doesn’t land on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and . Far Cry 5 : Official Announce Trailer | Ubisoft [US]YouTube Far Cry 5: Official The Resistance: Mary May Trailer | Ubisoft [US]YouTube Far Cry 5: Official The Resistance: Pastor Jerome Jeffries Trailer | Ubisoft [US]YouTube .
Savannah Hanson: Hope, sense of purpose key to feeling joyful (May 2017), “The Book of Joy” with Douglas Abrams interviews the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu on their experience of joy. The book intersperses research with their own personal history.
Tom Barton: Irish priest found welcome home a long way from Tipperary (May 2017), Catholics in Savannah later caught a break when Father O’Neill was among those Irish priests recruited in the 1960s and 1970s by a fellow Irishman, Monsignor Daniel Bourke,
Editorial: Ditch the prison look for new police precinct building (May 2017), Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach is right. Earlier this week, he said the proposed rendering of the squat brick building that would serve as the police station for Metro’s Central Precinct looks like a prison.
Johnny Wild and the Delights to make their debut this week at Savannah Center – Villages (May 2017), After a year of playing the Villages Squares, the popular oldies band is ready to debut at Savannah Center on Wednesday for shows at 5 and 8 p.m. Advance ticket sales have been strong.