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Hometown Hockey Anniversary

Hometown Hockey Anniversary

By Duwayne Escobedo Twenty years later, Chad Quenneville still fondly recalls playing for the Pensacola Ice Pilots during its first three seasons. The team captain during those early seasons, [...]

Calendar 3/31/16

Calendar 3/31/16

THURSDAY 3.31 WINE TASTING AT AWM 5 p.m. Try something new every week at Aragon Wine Market’s regular wine tasting, only a few blocks from downtown. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. 9th [...]

Chocolate for a Cause

Chocolate for a Cause

During Chocolate Fest, chocolate is actually good for you — and everyone else. The annual fundraiser is the signature event for Gulf Coast Kid's House (GCKH), a nonprofit agency serving Escambia [...]

The ‘Pod People’ Are Coming

The ‘Pod People’ Are Coming

By Jennifer Leigh WSRE, the local PBS affiliate, is embracing everyone’s inner nerd with a new community initiative—PBS Nerd. The campaign was created in 2011 by a PBS station in [...]

News of the Weird 3/31/16

News of the Weird 3/31/16

By Chuck Shepherd Fun at Work Bill Bailey (a former nine-year employee of the water-irrigation network near Grand Junction, Colorado) was awarded unemployment benefits in December for being [...]

Bands on the Beach Returns

Bands on the Beach Returns

Pensacola Beach's popular outdoor summer concert series, Bands on the Beach, is coming back starting April 5 with a full roster of music. Located in the beautiful Gulfside Pavilion overlooking the [...]

Murder, Tragedy and Meat Pies

Murder, Tragedy and Meat Pies

By Hamishe Randall There are many reasons to celebrate the month of April—like Earth Day, National Beer Day and April Fool’s Day. April is also the month of William Shakespeare’s death, [...]

Ears & Fingers 3/31/16

Ears & Fingers 3/31/16

By Jason Leger Yeasayer-Amen & Goodbye “Suppose our parties now agree on the writings drawn and the lawyer’s fee. With crystal ball I now can see that I'm a man of low degree. She never [...]

A Spectacular Evening

A Spectacular Evening

By Jennifer Leigh A night with Pensacola Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is always a special occasion, but the upcoming Russian Spectacular performance is one not to miss, said Abigail Walker, a musician [...]

Writer Erick Lyle to Speak at UWF

Writer Erick Lyle to Speak at UWF

By Christopher Scott Satterwhite Erick Lyle is a writer, activist, musician and historian from the San Francisco Bay Area by way of South Florida. Originally from Miami, Lyle made a name for [...]

T.T. Wentworth News

T.T. Wentworth News

Half-price and more hours at T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Museum You know have more of a reason to explore local history. The T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Museum will now close at 7 p.m. Thursday through [...]

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