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The popular Thunderbolt sports bar Coach’s Corner will be the subject of a segment on America’s great sports bars on the ESPN2 show “Cold Pizza.”

Hosted by Savannah native Zvee Geffen, the “America's Favorite Sports Bars” segment is expected to air in about a month.

During the show, Geffen completes a ten-point checklist on sports bars across the country that he visits, including: food, service, sports action, bathrooms, and “his abiblity to pick-up girls there.”


Members of Savannah Women for Peace, a chapter of the national organization CODEPINK, gathered in Forsyth Park on Sunday, Feb. 13 to create what they call a "visual spectacle" for peace.

Everyone was asked to wear at least a touch of pink or red, and also were asked to make two Valentines to bring, with a dollar or two to tuck inside each one.

One Valentine was for CODEPINK's peace campaign, and the other was for Travis Majors, a soldier who recently returned home to Georgia from the frontlines in Iraq. At 22 years of age, he will be a quadriplegic for the rest of his life.

"Make love, not war," was the message of the event, says Molly Hall of CODEPINK Savannah.

"We were trying to have something purely fun for peace, but also gather Valentines for Travis and honor the growing number of soldiers refusing to fight in Iraq," Hall says. "It was a success." -- Linda Sickler



Last week, the Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA) announced the establishment of an Advisory Council. Members will have no voting power but will support the 19-member voting board in its mission to create jobs and attract business locally.

The slate, in alphabetical order, is:

• R.B. Baker, Pave Tec, Inc.

• Shevon Carr, Savannah Technical College

• John Coleman, Bonitz of Georgia, Inc.

• Paty Daves, HRH Insurance

• Dr. David J. Frost, Georgia Tech Savannah

• Debra Geiger, Hunter Maclean Exley & Dunn

• Alfred C. Giannetti, MTC EAST Corporation

• Charles Gordon, Statewide Healthcare, Inc.

• Patrick S. Graham, Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

• Stephen S. Green, Stephen Green Properties, Inc.

• Mark Hall, North Point Real Estate

• William W. Hubbard, Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce

• Dr. Thomas Z. Jones, Armstrong Atlantic State University

• Doug J. Marchand, Georgia Ports Authority

• Craig McGalliard, Atlanta Gas Light

• Martin E. Melaver, Melaver, Inc.

• Henry Monsees, Savannah Distributing

• Howard J. Morrison, Jr., Lebanon Plantation

• Helmut Peters, JCB, Inc.

• C.B. Rathburn, III, Savannah Technical College

• Roger Ross, Savannah College of Art and Design

• W. Brooks Stillwell, III, Hunter Maclean Exley & Dunn

• Cora Bett Thomas, Cora Bett Thomas Realty Company

• Hart Williford, Morris Technology