Saturday November 1st 2014
by Chuck Shepherd
Anti-Theft ID Breakthrough: For people who become stressed when asked to prove their identities by biometric scans of fingerprints, hand prints or eyeballs, Japan’s Advanced [...]
KEVIN WELCH During the Christmas holidays, the doctor provided complete makeovers for eight residents of Favor House, the safe house for women and children who have been victims of domestic [...]
By Bubbs Harris
Gallagher shows tend to attract people who don’t mind getting messy.
He will bring down the Sledge-O-Matic again and again and it will be hilarious.
The inventor of the [...]
Fans of indie movies can finally rejoice: the little art house cinema in Gulf Breeze is reopening under a new name, Movies 4 at Gulf Breeze. And they have a pretty good line-up of [...]
Wine Bar on the Boardwalk, Friday Night Wine Tastings
400 Quietwater Beach Road
Every Friday from 5 to 7 p.m., Wine Bar showcases five whites and five reds for $5 for their Friday [...]
THE SUMMER OF 1972 It was a simple idea. We would teach children to read. The “we” was a group of St. Joseph High School students in Greenville, Miss. The year was 1972, four years after Martin [...]
Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz
17 E. Main St., Suite 200, 202-1010, awkolaw.com
Pensacola-based Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz has emerged as a national leader in the fight to [...]
Steve Marcanio Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has named his Director of Middle School Education as the new Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. Marcanio has worked for the [...]
‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php.
WOVEN & WRAPPED: KIMONOS, CLOTHING AND [...]
What You Don’t Learn in Law School
By Jennie McKeon
Inside the offices of the State Attorney and Public Defender in Pensacola is where many young lawyers, fresh off the graduation stage, really [...]