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Welcome To Florida

Welcome To Florida

The Recount State Once again, the election process in Florida has become fodder for late night television. Republicans saw their leads shrink in the races for U.S. Senate and Governor as Broward [...]

CUBED Spotlight: AF

CUBED Spotlight: AF

By Savannah Evanoff AF isn’t a problem you can solve. The electronic musician who’s performing during CUBED Luminous—a digital art festival happening this weekend as part of Foo Foo [...]

Fired Up Females

Fired Up Females

By Sam Smith Since the discovery of fire, this powerful element has been viewed as a universal symbol of strength and passion. First City Art Center (FCAC) and Pensacola State College (PSC) have [...]

Foo Foo Calendar

Foo Foo Calendar

ONGOING EVENTS FOO FOO PICTURE WALL 3-7 p.m. Monday through Friday; noon-7 p.m. Saturday and Sundays. Be a part of the one-of-a-kind Foo Foo picture mosaic by taking a picture at the station, or use [...]

Foo Foo Foodies

Foo Foo Foodies

They don’t call them the “culinary arts” for nothing. Foodies can stake their claim to Foo Foo at events ranging from sake tastings to barbecue competitions this year. ATLAS BEVERAGE [...]

Foo Foo Festival 2018

Foo Foo Festival 2018

This year marks the fifth anniversary of Foo Foo Festival—which is Pensacola’s most expansive and diverse festival, featuring almost two full weeks of art, music, food and more, all [...]

Big Box Art

Big Box Art

By Savannah Evanoff Evan Levin and Ashton Howard have always thought outside the box—or at least around it. That’s why the co-founders of Cubed conjured up the idea of using large cubes as [...]

Strong Mayor 2.0

Strong Mayor 2.0

By Duwayne Escobedo The most talked about local political race in Pensacola by far is the 2018 open seat for strong mayor, arguably the most high profile and powerful municipal post in Northwest [...]

Amendments and Referendums

Amendments and Referendums

Source: League of Women Voters of Florida Florida has a record number of constitutional amendments on the ballot this year. Of the 12 amendments still on the ballot, seven were proposed by the [...]

DeSantis vs. Gillum

DeSantis vs. Gillum

The governor’s race is one of the tightest in the nation with former Republican Congressman Ron DeSantis of Palm Coast facing the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee, Andrew Gillum. Both defeated more [...]

Voting Options

Voting Options

If you're reading this article, you probably already know when and where to vote. But just in case, here are the three ways you can vote in this general election in Escambia County: 1. At your [...]

Nelson vs. Scott

Nelson vs. Scott

The U.S. Senate race pits two politicians against each other that are very familiar to most Floridians. The race is one of the most watched and most contested in the country. It may decide which [...]

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