Wednesday February 10th 2016
by Jason Leger
Queens of the Stone Age
Let’s say, for the sake of the argument, that Hell, as it has been idealized in the evangelical culture that is very [...]
GENEALOGY RESEARCH ASSISTANCE 9 a.m.-noon Thursdays in June. Library volunteers are available to give general genealogy research guidance; one-on-one assistance in using online and [...]
President, Beck Property Company
This spring, Justin Beck slipped into the hot seat. Maybe the hottest seat in town. The seat that had weeks earlier collapsed under the weight of the [...]
Broadcaster, WRNE 980 AM
Robert Hill came to town on a mission.
“Informing and empowering the community,” he explained. “We saw a need to educate and empower the [...]
Founder, Good Works Partnership
Earlier this year, Al Sengstock launched Good Works Partnerships. The organization is sprucing up the Pensacola area, one property at a [...]
By Sarah McCartan
Chances are you know Dragonette for the chart topping dance club hit “Hello,” a collaboration with French DJ and producer Martin Solveig. I guarantee you that if you’ve [...]
Women’s Philanthropy Organization
IMPACT 100 is enjoying its 10th year. Holly Jurnovoy, the non-profit’s current president, has been enjoying IMPACT for much of that run.
Executive Director, Santa Rosa Island Authority
Buck Lee is a permanent fixture in these parts. He has always been here and, presumably, will always be here—soaking up salt and sun [...]
Fundraiser, PACE Center and Autism Pensacola
This spring, Jenny Doyle was able to get about 50 men to participate in a cooking fundraiser. Dubbed Men Who Cook, the event raised [...]
Founder, Pensacola Youth Baseball
Last year, John Myslak helped upstart a fall baseball league for Pensacola youth. It was about more than baseball.
“Baseball is just a tool,” [...]