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Bruce Beach’s Place in History

Bruce Beach’s Place in History

By Jeremy Morrison The fish hatchery and marine research center slated for the slice of downtown Pensacola waterfront known as Bruce Beach has both proponents and critics. Their conversations [...]

News of the Weird 1/25/18

News of the Weird 1/25/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Wait, What? Ikea has taken advertising in a whole new direction with its recent print ad for a crib. The ad, which appears in the Swedish magazine Amelia, invites [...]

Calendar 1/25/18

Calendar 1/25/18

THURSDAY 1.25 'STRONGER' SCREENING 1 p.m. $5. Pensacola Cinema Art, Voices of Pensacola Building, 117 E. Government St. pensacolacinemaart.com AWM WINE TASTING 5-7 p.m. Aragon Wine Market, 27 S. [...]

Calendar 1/18/18

Calendar 1/18/18

THURSDAY 1.18 TOM BEDELL OF BREEDLOVE GUITARS 3-7 p.m. Blues Angel Music, 657 N. Pace Blvd. bluesangelmusic.com VETERAN’S MEETING 4 p.m. Ever’man Educational Center, 327 W. Garden St. [...]

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

Roads, Bridges and Jobs

By Rick Outzen Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry is tackling the roads and bridges in District 5. He realizes that citizens may be getting frustrated with delays due to the construction, [...]

Step Up

Step Up

By Jennie McKeon If you've been following the news, there's a good chance you need a good laugh. The Capitol Steps offers both—news and comedy. Since 1981, the comedy/musical group has [...]

News of the Weird 1/18/18

News of the Weird 1/18/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Weird Chemistry In Lawrence County, Tennessee, law enforcement officials are confronting the fallout from a new drug known as "Wasp" (crystallized wasp repellant [...]

New Year, New Stuff

New Year, New Stuff

A current snapshot of Pensacola's development boom By Rick Outzen and Brooke Webber From the steady sound of hammering on the new Pensacola Bay Bridge to the cranes that dot the skyline [...]

Philip Levine Live!

Philip Levine Live!

By Rick Outzen Philip Levine's visit to Pensacola didn't go as planned. The former mayor of Miami Beach and a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Florida governor had to FaceTime local [...]

Outtakes—People vs. Boathouse

Outtakes—People vs. Boathouse

By Rick Outzen On Friday, Jan. 5, Nancy Jean Jenkins, 55, was hit by a car while trying to cross West Cervantes Street near Attucks Court. She died the next morning. In March, Faith Shoemore, 39, [...]

The Buzz 1/18/18

The Buzz 1/18/18

Pelicans in Limbo Will Pensacola get a G League team? The answer is still maybe. The NBA New Orleans Pelicans are waiting for the Escambia County Commission to make a decision whether to renovate [...]

Winners & Losers 1/18/18

Winners & Losers 1/18/18

Winners Pete Shinnick The University of West Florida head football coach Pete Shinnick was named the 2018 American Football Coaches' Association Coach of the Year Award for NCAA Division II. [...]

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