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Winners & Losers 3/23/17

Winners & Losers 3/23/17

Winners Fiesta of Five Flags Foundation The University of West Florida Historic Trust announced lighting and projection enhancements to its T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum, made possible [...]

Corcoran Faces the Tiger

Corcoran Faces the Tiger

By Rick Outzen Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran isn't afraid to take unpopular stands that challenge Gov. Rick Scott. And he did not shy away from the opportunity to speak before the [...]

A Pop of Art

A Pop of Art

By Jennifer Leigh When you can't make it to the art exhibits, sometimes they come to you. This weekend marks the opening of "Collect."—the latest pop-up exhibition from Leader Art Consultants [...]

Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

Conference Brings Together Feminists and an Astronaut

By C. S. Satterwhite After orbiting the planet several times, logging over 1200 hours of space flight, U.S. Navy Captain Wendy Lawrence returned safely to Earth knowing full well several of her [...]

TGIF—The St. Patrick’s Day Edition

TGIF—The St. Patrick’s Day Edition

We hope you’ve recovered from Mardi Gras and saved at least one vacation day, because the forecast this Friday is predicting heavy partying. This celebration in particular calls for you to dust off [...]

News of the Weird 3/16/17

News of the Weird 3/16/17

By Chuck Shepherd Entrepreneurial Spirit Perhaps there are parents who (according to the Cinepolis movie chain) long to watch movies in theaters while their children (aged 3 and up) frolic in [...]

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

Keeping Escambia County Schools Safe

By Duwayne Escobedo If you want any information about what is happening in your children's schools, you'll have to ask them or another informed parent. Don't expect the Escambia County School [...]

Winners & Losers 3/16/17

Winners & Losers 3/16/17

Winners Bob Kimball UWF marketing professor Dr. Bob Kimball is taking his instruction to a new audience: inmates at the Escambia County Work Release Center. In February, Kimball conducted a two-day [...]

Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment

By Shelby Smithey Based on the non-fiction book by Sister Helen Prejean, Pensacola Opera's "Dead Man Walking" portrays the story of a young nun and her emotional experience with a Death Row inmate [...]

Raffertys Offer Hope

Raffertys Offer Hope

By Rick Outzen Earlier this month, Troy Rafferty, a trial lawyer with the Levin Papantonio law firm, announced that he and his wife Ashley were creating a college scholarship fund. The fund was to [...]

Calendar 3/16/17

Calendar 3/16/17

THURSDAY 3.16 WORK ON FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m. Regular meet up of Western Gate Florida Trail Association to work on National Scenic Trail and side trail. Meet at Blackwater River Forestry Center, 11650 [...]

The Buzz 3/16/17

The Buzz 3/16/17

Sanitation Rates Could Rise Jerry Moore, the head of the City of Pensacola's Sanitation Services, wants to raise sanitation rates. Last week, Moore told the Pensacola City Council that a recent [...]

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