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451 Years In The Making

451 Years In The Making

Pensacola’s First Proper Beach Festival Debuts By Will strickland For those of us who thought that Pensacola is where motivation goes to die, it was a surprise to hear that DeLuna Fest would be [...]

Community Outreach 10.14

Community Outreach 10.14

DINE OUT FOR UNITED WAY PLANNED FOR OCT. 8-22 The second annual Dine Out for United Way is bigger and better this year with 29 participating restaurants in the Pensacola Bay Area and one in Fort [...]

Last Word-Megan Clough

Last Word-Megan Clough

Megan Clough (Gainfully Employed) What is your chief characteristic? Dedication—it gets you through the tough spots and always to the good things. What do you appreciate most about your [...]

Hot Times 10.14

Hot Times 10.14

THURSDAY 10.14 ‘BREAKING THE SILENCE’ TOUR OF GULF COAST KIDS HOUSE 8:30 a.m. This introduction to “Kid’s House” provides an informative overview of the concepts and processes of the [...]

News of the Weird 10.14

News of the Weird 10.14

More Creative Alternate-Site Surgery: Doctors from the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Washington announced in September that they could just as well handle certain brain [...]

The Public Record 10.14

The Public Record 10.14

Dear Maxwell, -Recently I was reading a book on Florida history when I was surprised to see that it mentioned the folk hero/frontiersman Daniel Boone. What do you know about the time that Boone [...]

Do As the Greeks Do

Do As the Greeks Do

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church Celebrates 51st Greek Festival by Jennie McKeon It has food, it has dancing, and it has orthodox culture. After 50 years, you should know when it’s coming. [...]

News of the Weird 10.07

News of the Weird 10.07

Edible “dirt” has recently appeared on the menus of several of the world’s most renowned restaurants (e.g., the top-rated Noma in Copenhagen, Shakuf in Tel Aviv, Gilt in New York City). [...]

Intimacy Fuels Live Experience

Intimacy Fuels Live Experience

Fall Season Brings Rebirth of the Spirit By Barry Shuck Large theatre houses are an excellent method of seeing live mega productions—especially the musicals. The stages generally have sizeable [...]

Show Up for the Showcase

Show Up for the Showcase

All Day Acoustic Showcase at The Handlebar Highlights a Variety of Artists by Hana Frenette You can hear live music in Pensacola on any given night of the week: reggae, metal, country, [...]

Hot Times 10.07-10.13

Hot Times 10.07-10.13

THURSDAY 10.07 ZIPLINE ADVENTURES DEBUT 9 a.m. Adventures Unlimited in Milton presents Zipline Adventures, an ecological experience through Blackwater River State Forest. Enjoy a green adventure [...]

Get It Girls

Get It Girls

Pensacola’s Roller Derby League Takes on One Task at a Time By Hana Frenette The women at Pensacola Roller Derby aren’t just skating around scantily clad and heavily made up trying to knock [...]

Staff Pick: King of the Wing

Staff Pick: King of the Wing

The concept is simple. The best wing eateries in the Pensacola area compete for the title of “King of the Wing,” and Pensacolians get to eat unlimited samples, drink copious amounts of soft [...]

The Last Word—Amber Rushing

Amber Rushing GENERAL MANAGER, ELISE COASTAL DINING What is your chief characteristic? Organization What do you appreciate most about your friends? They know the worst of me and refuse to [...]

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

The Last Word—Lauren Anzaldo

Lauren Anzaldo Program Manager, Pathways for Change What is your chief characteristic? I am often smiling. What do you appreciate most about your friends? They are motivated, positive and [...]

Here Comes the Rain

Here Comes the Rain

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles Plays at the Saenger Theatre By Hana Frenette Have a little help from your friends and maybe you’ll end up on Broadway. It might help if you possess the talent to [...]

The Public Record 9.30

The Public Record 9.30

Dear Maxwell, I was wondering if, in the spirit of Pensacola becoming the “live music Mecca” it is again destined to be, could The Public Record do an article remembering the Bayfront [...]

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