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Best of the Coast 2015—Eat Featured Winners

Best of the Coast 2015—Eat Featured Winners

Another Broken Egg Café 721 E. Gregory St., anotherbrokenegg.com How long have you been in business? Three and a half years What inspired you to get started? After enjoying wonderful dining [...]

Best of the Coast 2015—Services Featured Winners

Best of the Coast 2015—Services Featured Winners

Aiken Picture Frames South Inc. 15 E. Brent Lane, aikenpictureframes.com How long have you been in business? 30 years What inspired you to get started? We started as a hobby for extra money.  [...]

Best of the Coast 2015—Community + Media & Music Featured Winners

Best of the Coast 2015—Community + Media & Music Featured Winners

CatCountry 98.7 7251 Plantation Road, catcountry987.com How long have you been in business? CatCountry 98.7 is almost 12 years old. Born 12/25/03. What inspired you to get started? Desire to [...]

An Interview with Folk Artist Panhandle Slim

An Interview with Folk Artist Panhandle Slim

By Scott Satterwhite His paintings are everywhere. Well, everywhere in our town at least. If you’ve lived in Pensacola and bothered to step out of your house, there’s a good chance you’ve [...]

Making an IMPACT

Making an IMPACT

Women give back and step up in the community By Jennifer Leigh For more than a decade, IMPACT 100 has played an integral role in supporting the nonprofits that give back to the local [...]

More Ways to Give

More Ways to Give

By Jennifer Leigh There are other opportunities to give back in the Pensacola area. In 2013, a group of friends founded Sunday’s Child, which was based on the model of IMPACT 100, to create a [...]

The Main Dish

The Main Dish

Can’t Miss Fall Food Events The Besh Chef EOTL Turns (Lucky) 13 Hanging Out with the South’s Princes of Cuisine More Fall Food Events

More Fall Food Events

More Fall Food Events

By Emily Richey Dinner at George Artisan Bakery & Bistro Starting Thursday Sept. 17, George Artisan Bakery & Bistro will be serving dinner Thursdays through Saturdays. The dinner menu [...]

Hanging Out with the South’s Princes of Cuisine

Hanging Out with the South’s Princes of Cuisine

By Emily Richey It is undeniable that the South has been experiencing a culinary renaissance over the past few years. Cities like New Orleans and Nashville have become known for their restaurant [...]

The Besh Chef

The Besh Chef

By Jennifer Leigh Southern food is often given a bad reputation for being unrefined or unimaginative. Louisiana-bred Chef John Besh politely disagrees. “Southern food is the soul of [...]

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