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My Pensacola—Naomi Norton

My Pensacola—Naomi Norton

Name: Naomi Norton Day Job: Dentist Pensacola Resident Since: 1996 Good Eats: Food is my favorite subject! In my opinion, Lillian's Pizza in Perdido Key is some of the best pizza around. I [...]

It Happened Here 5/24/12

It Happened Here 5/24/12

Fiesta of Five Flags: Six Decades and Counting by Jessica Forbes Present-day Fiesta largely centers on the Pensacola Crawfish Festival and Pensacola Seafood Festival, both of which the Fiesta of [...]

Roll With It

Roll With It

By Jennie McKeon There’s a group of women, most of them moms, in Pensacola that you don’t want to mess with. They can hit and take a hit all while skating. Roller Derby, a pseudo-sport of [...]

Happenings 5/24/12

Happenings 5/24/12

THURSDAY 5.24 FEATURING ARTIST DONNA O’NEAL 7 a.m. through Jun 19. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. 484-2550 or [...]

The Local 5/17/12

The Local 5/17/12

Cattin’ Around on the ECAT By James Hagan I don’t drive. Now, as I try not to venture outside of East Hill or downtown as much as possible, this doesn’t prove to be as big of an issue as it [...]

My Pensacola—Robin Larrieu

My Pensacola—Robin Larrieu

Name:  Robin Larrieu Day Job:  Network Engineer at Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund Pensacola Resident Since: 2003 Good Eats: One of my favorite places to eat in Pensacola is The Global [...]

Happenings 5/17/12

Happenings 5/17/12

THURSDAY 5.17 ‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php. ‘GARDEN OF EDEN’ 10 a.m. through Jun 2. [...]

A&E Picks 5/17/12

A&E Picks 5/17/12

Family Fiesta Fiesta of Five Flags is hosting a Children’s Treasure Hunt on Saturday and a Sand Sculpture Contest on Sunday. Both events are free and open to the public.  Visit [...]

The Last Evenings in Olde Seville

The Last Evenings in Olde Seville

The 25th and final season of Evenings in Olde Seville Square will begin May 17 with a concert by the Pensacola Civic Band. The series will continue with concerts every Thursday at 7 p.m., weather [...]

News of the Weird 5/17/12

News of the Weird 5/17/12

by Chuck Shepherd Jesus Java Britain’s ITV1 television network announced plans in April to accept “prop placements” to blend into production of its new reality talent show in which actors [...]

Wahoos Need A Rival

Wahoos Need A Rival

By James Hagan Auburn versus Alabama, Miami versus Florida State, Florida versus Georgia: Southern culture is defined by its rivalries. A good rivalry is the lifeblood of sports that allows fans [...]

A Walk in the Park

A Walk in the Park

By Jennie McKeon This year skip the bubble bath and flowers, and treat your mom to a piece of original artwork at the Pensacola Museum of Art’s 10th Annual Art in the Park. Keeping with [...]

My Pensacola: Mambwe Mutanuka

My Pensacola: Mambwe Mutanuka

Name: Mambwe Mutanuka Day Job: Contracts Analyst - Governance, Risk & Compliance at Baptist Health Care Pensacola Resident Since: 2002 Good Eats: Dharma Blue – if you haven’t tried [...]

This American Life, Live

This American Life, Live

By Jennie McKeon Since 1995, “This American Life” has shared stories – some of them painful, some of them painfully funny, to listeners of WBEZ Chicago. In early 1996, the weekly radio show [...]

Chalk It Up

Chalk It Up

By Lewis Stockham Imagine not being able to read. Being able to read is something we take for granted, but adult illiteracy is a very real issue. It’s hard to even imagine that there are adults [...]

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