Wednesday April 16th 2014
The city of Mobile discovered in the months after Mayor Sam Jones left office that the city ran up in 2013 a nearly $16 million deficit. Mobile’s strong mayor and his minions had kept the secret [...]
By Jessica Forbes
Academy Award and Emmy-winning Composer Bill Conti will be the guest conductor at the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s concert titled “A Night at the Movies,” a show [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Our Cold, Dead Hands The semi-obscure Florida Statute 790.15 took center stage in January following a Miami Herald report of a resident of the town of Big Pine Key who routinely [...]
Council Gives “No Blankets” Ordinance a Second Look At their Thursday, Feb. 13 meeting, the Pensacola City Council will consider repealing a portion of an amendment they passed in May 2013 that [...]
It’s somewhat difficult to sit down with the intentions of writing about Beck. In most ventures, a writer wants to tell his audience something new about the subject matter, [...]
Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward’s missteps are never his fault. The blame is often placed instead on his staff, former city managers or the Pensacola City Council.
Last year, he and his former [...]
The Gulf Breeze High School graduate caught a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl for the Seattle Seahawks. Undrafted out of Stanford University, Baldwin has made his mark in [...]
By Sarah McCartan
In 2010, Yankee Greg Bortnichak was touring in the South with the band Sparta Philharmonic. Little did he know that the band’s one Florida tour stop in St. Petersburg would [...]
Oh, Valentine's Day. You either love it or think it's a pain in the ass. And no matter what, you know that it's one of the few nights of the year where ordering in and hitting up Redbox just doesn't [...]
RUNNING: SIX AT SIX 6 a.m. Running Wild, 3012 E. Cervantes St. 435-9222 or werunwild.com.
ARTEL GALLERY 10 a.m.–4 p.m. “In Depth: Body of Work IV” features works by Linda [...]