Thursday December 5th 2013
How Not To Do Business
City vs. The Fish House
By Rick Outzen
The title of the Pensacola News Journal’s (PNJ) article on Tuesday, Nov. 26 could have easily been “Mayor Accuses Fish House of Cheating City Out of Millions.” It wasn’t, but that is how some ...
The Thermals Heat Up Florida
By Jessica Forbes
Within the contiguous United States, Florida and Oregon are essentially as far apart as two states can be. So when the Portland-based band, The Thermals, goes on tour, sometimes the sunshine state gets left out of the party ...
Get Fired Up for the Holidays
By Sarah McCartan
It’s that time again. It’s time for the holidays, and time for the eagerly anticipated “Hot Glass, Cold Brew” event at First City Art Center (formerly the Belmont Arts and Cultural Center). Although Friday, Dec. 6 marks the ...
Music at the Box
By Jessica Forbes and Sarah McCartan
Although downtown Mobile’s only all original music venue, Alabama Music Box, hosts shows year round, and between karaoke and dance parties, has something going on nearly every night in between, we’ve handpicked a few of ...
Japan is the underdog and the worldwide sentimental favorite. Anything can happen. Miami Herald has this report on today's game which will be on ESPN starting at 1 p.m.
Led by Hope Solo, the [...]
Motopony- King Of Diamonds
More on Motopony: http://motoponymusic.com
It's there first new track in almost a decade: “Up All Night”. Listen here.
Washington Post has a 10-question O.W.L. exam. The quiz’s 10 questions cover the seven books, the eight movies and all of your favorite characters.
Beware: This is a tough one.
The Parlotones- Should We Fight Back
More on The Parlotones: http://www.theparlotones.net
Participate in one of the Top 20 festivals in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. Fiesta of Five Flags is accepting applications for food vendors and arts and crafts vendors. The [...]
‘RIVER MUSIC BATTLING ALLIGATORS IN SPACE’
BY BUBBS HARRIS
Most of you may not know Aubrey Nichols by name but would surely recognize him as the rhythm-wise bassist of one of Pensacola’s [...]
17TH AVENUE TRESTLE An 18-wheeler driven by a Mississippi man got trapped last week under “Graffiti Bridge.” The truck measured about 13 feet 6 inches tall; the trestle clearance height [...]
HOT POTATO The Pensacola City Council president has called for a special workshop on the morning of Wednesday, July 20. The “hot topics” that she wishes to discuss outside of the Committee of the [...]
THE DEBATE OVER THE FUTURE OF THE PORT
by RICK OUTZEN
In recent weeks, the City of Pensacola has received two reports regarding the economic potential of the Port of Pensacola. Since 2005, the [...]