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Power List 2017: Top 25

1. Rishy Studer Co-owner, Studer Properties, Blue Wahoos, Bodacious Shops 2. Robert Rinke Co-wwner/Broker, Levin Rinke Realty; Managing Partner, Levin Rinke Development Rinke moved to [...]

Open Streets, Open City

Open Streets, Open City

By Shelby Smithey Walk, run, bike, stroll, skate, or skateboard this Saturday at a brand new free event in downtown Pensacola called Ciclovia Open Streets, which aims to get the community active [...]

Spring Fever

Spring Fever

Things to see, hear and do this season (and into the next) Minus a few random days here and there, we really didn’t have much of a winter this year. But that’s still not going to stop us from [...]

Outtakes—Lock and Load Florida

Outtakes—Lock and Load Florida

By Rick Outzen If our state lawmakers have their way, guns will be everywhere in Florida by this time next year. The concept of "gun-free" zones will disappear. And inexplicably, the proposed [...]

The Resistance Is Here

The Resistance Is Here

Local progressives stand in solidarity with national protests By C.S. Satterwhite On Nov. 8, 2016, American voters elected Donald J. Trump as the 45th president of the United States. Within [...]

Pictures, Parades and More

Pictures, Parades and More

A Guide To Mardi Gras 2017 By Stephanie Sharp WARREN THOMPSON’S MARDI GRAS VIEW Even the most seasoned Mardi Gras veterans only ever catch glimpses of their fellow parade-goers through the [...]

The African Presence in “America’s First Settlement”

The African Presence in “America’s First Settlement”

By C. S. Satterwhite "The history of the new world began when Spanish and African people settled in the Caribbean Islands. The history of Pensacola began when Spanish and African people settled in [...]

A ‘Purrfect’ Evening

A ‘Purrfect’ Evening

Update: Did you drop the ball on making V-Day plans? Have no fear—tickets are still available for both nights of The Amazing Acro Cats show. Go buy yours now and you'll receive a  special [...]

The Anti-Valentine’s Show

The Anti-Valentine’s Show

By Shelby Smithey Are you lonely? Fleeing a bad relationship? Never had a good Valentine's Day in your life? First City Shakespeare (FCS) has the remedy—"Fork Cupid: The Anti-Valentine's [...]

More Valentine’s Day Options

More Valentine’s Day Options

Looking for something beyond cards and candy? Here's a few ways to celebrate V-Day. Cupid in the Kitchen Learn and love with your partner at Pensacola Cooks' Cupid in the Kitchen class. Couples [...]

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