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Dust off those Triumph project proposals

Dust off those Triumph project proposals

By Duwayne Escobedo It was April 2010 when the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill became the largest and most devastating accident in American history. The oil spill dumped an estimated 4.9 million [...]

Foo Foo Fest 2017: Shells And All

Foo Foo Fest 2017: Shells And All

By Shelby Nalepa A brand new food event hopes to give back to our region's oysters as much as they've given us. Peat & Pearls will highlight local chefs and oyster farmers, which organizer [...]

Foo Foo Fest 2017

Foo Foo Fest 2017

Don't say there's nothing to do in Pensacola. For the next 12 days, there's something to see, taste and experience pretty much every day as Foo Foo Fest events take over the town. If you're still [...]

Outtakes—Face the Public

Outtakes—Face the Public

By Rick Outzen Mayor Hayward, it's time for you to hold a press conference. The written statements, YouTube videos and weekly segments on NewsRadio 1620 aren't cutting it. The journalists in this [...]

Foo Foo Fest 2017: Kid-Friendly Foo Foo

Foo Foo Fest 2017: Kid-Friendly Foo Foo

By Stephanie Sharp It might seem intimidating to push a stroller through the packed 12-day schedule for this year's Foo Foo Fest, but fear not. We've got all the culture a kid could stand right in [...]

News of the Weird 10/26/17

News of the Weird 10/26/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Ewwwww! Quick-thinking paramedics in Dorset, England, saved the life of a man whose fishing outing went south when a dover sole jumped down his throat and blocked [...]

The Buzz 10/26/17

The Buzz 10/26/17

FlyVPS Continues Growth September was not a good month for the Pensacola International Airport, breaking the airport's seven-month upward trend. Its passengers dropped 1.3 percent in comparison to [...]

On All Hallows’ Eve

On All Hallows’ Eve

Looking for something to get you in the spooky mood? Whether you want to get scared out of your wits or just do the “Monster Mash,” there’s a little something for everyone around town this [...]

Calendar 10/26/17

Calendar 10/26/17

THURSDAY 10.26 PENSACOLA INTERSTATE FAIR 2-11 p.m. $3 and up for individual tickets. Two for the price of one. Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds, 6655 Mobile Highway. pensacolafair.com AWM WINE [...]

Heroin Crisis Hits Home

Heroin Crisis Hits Home

By Rick Outzen On Oct. 16, President Donald Trump hinted he would soon deliver an emergency declaration to combat the nation's ballooning opioid crisis. Faced with soaring numbers of overdoses [...]

Outtakes—Pensacola Dreamland

Outtakes—Pensacola Dreamland

By Rick Outzen Last summer, a friend recommended that I read the book “Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic” to understand the reemergence of heroin in Escambia County and its [...]

Going to the Dogs

Going to the Dogs

By Shelby Nalepa The paws-down best dog event in the area is this Saturday and is one not to be missed. Pensacola Humane Society's 17th annual Barktoberfest is a guaranteed good time for owners [...]

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