Andria Segedy, SavannahNow

Andria Segedy

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Savannah, GA, United States

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  • Bluffton Today

Recent articles by Andria:

Bryan County election 2020: Candidates to face off in November for Sheriff’s spot

Republican Mark D. Crowe and Democrat Al Hagan will face off Nov. 3 for the Sheriff’s post in Bryan County following their Primary Election wins → Read More

Chatham County election day marred by human error, government squabbles, voter confusion

After being postponed twice because of COVID-19, Georgia’s general primary election on Tuesday, June 9 was rife with human error, equipment → Read More

Savannah woman adds sidewalk color to community, raises funds for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Sidewalk chalk art. It started as a fun thing to do during self-isolation and social distancing. It has morphed into the ability to resurrect Christie → Read More

Passover meals shared in Savannah despite isolation

A 95-year-old woman, a congregant of Chabad of Savannah, will be celebrating her first Passover alone Wednesday, April 8. Even so, she will be able to → Read More

Southbridge blood drive Wednesday draws mayors, county commissioners, citizens

Grand Lake Club at Southbridge hosted a blood drive Wednesday, April 1, on behalf of the American Red Cross.Grand Lake Club General Manager Tara → Read More

Park Place Outreach tightens intake rules because of coronavirus, stays connected to homeless, at risk youth

Park Place Outreach remains open for taking in youth for its residential program and is working over the phone connecting with its after-school program → Read More

Coronavirus-forced time at home can be time to adopt pets

If you are not going to work or are working at home, this is a great time to adopt a pet.Animal rescue programs want people to know they can have man’s best friend with them during their social distancing. Dogs and cats are looking for homes and a loving human."Whenever you adopt an animal, it takes the pet about three weeks to adjust to being in a new home," according to Veterinarian Jake… → Read More

Wilmington Island Presbyterian Preschool celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal Mike Roush and his wife Rena were surrounded on Thursday morning, March 12, by little Irish fans, all students at the Wilmington Island Presbyterian Church preschool.The parade started at the church at 450 N. Cromwell Road, then on to May Howard Elementary School, through the circle and back to the church.All enjoyed hearing bagpipes playing Irish songs,… → Read More

SCAD student wins illustrator contest

Twelve winning writers and 12 illustrators from around the globe — including Savannah College of Art and Design student Phoebe Rothfeld — will → Read More

- Entertainment & Life

One-third of a $100,000 grant has been awarded to the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision to help the nonprofit provide vision clinics for at least → Read More

Bright Star, local talent tell their stories as 2020 Savannah Black Heritage Festival continues

Teresa-Michelle Walker believes in the importance of people telling their own story. The actress and associate professor at Savannah State University will → Read More

Spanning the ages

Moving the 150-year-old Chickering square grand piano — at 950 pounds — in January took creativity and patience for professional piano mover → Read More

Hip-hop ballerinas highlight Grand Festival Day

Straight talk on the criminal justice system plus a hip-hop ballet company, music, art and Grand Festival Day fill the second week of the three-week Savannah Black Heritage Festival.Kuntrell Jackson has something personal to say about the criminal justice system since being paroled from prison. He is a key speaker during the SBHF, which has a theme “Your Story, My Story, Our Stories.”“The worst… → Read More

Activists share memories of civil rights movement

Four Savannahians shared their experiences from the civil rights movement in 1950s and ’60s during a Saturday, Feb. 1, Youth Read-A-Thon Celebrating W.W. Law at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum.Those civil rights activists were joined by four young people who read from books about others who had stories to tell from the civil rights movement. In addition, books were distributed free… → Read More

Civil rights activists talk Savannah’s past

The public has a rare opportunity Feb. 1 to hear civil rights activists gather to share their personal stories from a scary yet hopeful time in Savannah’s history.The 31st annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival will give attendees a glimpse back to the 1950s and ’60s as it begins its three week journey with it’s theme of “Your Story, My Story, Our Stories.”On Feb. 1, The Earl T. Shinhoster… → Read More

COMMUNITY CALENDAR for Jan. 26, 2020

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GALLERY LISTING for Jan. 26, 2020

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR for Jan. 18, 2020

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NATURAL GEORGIA: Loggerhead shrike a study in butcher birds

After speaking with Nathan Klaus, my long-standing crush on the Loggerhead shrike blossomed into a full-fledged infatuation. The songbird with a → Read More

SAVVY KING: Beat the Christmas holidays budget challenge

Budgeting for the Christmas holidays is always a challenge. You will need to set a total budget for your Christmas spending that includes gifts, food, → Read More