Thursday September 1st 2016
Fall Guide Part 1: Arts
By Jennifer Leigh, Hana Frenette and Peyton Banfell
If you have yet to indulge in the rich cultural arts of Pensacola, you’re missing out. As the fall season begins, so do the anticipated performances of our local opera house, ballet ...
50 Miles, 50 Days, 50 Causes a Big Success
By Duwayne Escobedo
For her 50th birthday, Diane Lea wanted to do something special to celebrate, something memorable.
Her decision? Ride a bike 50 miles a day for 50 days and highlight 50 causes, a different one each day. She hoped making ...
Argonauts enter Gulf South Conference
By William Stagno
On Sept. 3, University of West Florida's football team travels to Ave Maria University to play its first game. UWF is one of nine Division II football teams in the Gulf South Conference headquartered in Birmingham, Ala.
Inweekly recently ...
NOW SHOWING AT MOVIES 4, GULF BREEZE
Starring: John Hawkes, Helen Hunt
A man in an iron lung who wishes to lose his virginity contacts a professional sex surrogate [...]
TOUR THE COLUMBUS SHIPS PINTA AND NINA’ 9 a.m. Free-$8. For information on guided tours for groups, call to inquire. Through January 2. Pensacola Port, 700 S. Barracks St. [...]
Nightly Christmas Lights Night Segway Tour
Emerald Coast Tours offers a new holiday tour through the month of December. Glide through Downtown, North Hill, East Hill and Old East Hill and view [...]
by Brett Hutchins
The Revivalists have built something of a second home in Pensacola. With previous shows at DeLuna Fest and Bamboo Willie's on Pensacola Beach, the New Orleans favorites have [...]
RESTORE Race Begins
Escambia County stands to get a windfall of money—with estimates ranging between $100 and $200 million—as a result of the Clean Water Act fines facing BP. There’s no [...]
Dr. Charles Augustus
Jan. 26, 2012
Filed the lawsuit, Augustus v. School Board of Escambia County, on behalf of his 6-year-old daughter, laying the groundwork for the 1969 desegregation order that [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
ARTFUL DODGERS The head of the Perse School in Cambridge, England, recently instituted a “10-Second Rule” for minor disciplinary infractions: Students could avoid punishment [...]
Lewis Bear, Jr.
The University of West Florida Board of Trustees voted to name Trustee Lewis Bear, Jr. chairman of the Board and Trustee Mort O'Sullivan vice chairman for the next two [...]
The Wars Are Over Military budget cuts are coming, and they should. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, our nation spends nearly three times more than China and Russia [...]
Commissioner Wilson Robertson Speaks His Mind
by Jeremy Morrison
The line was dead. Right at the perfect crescendo of a raging-bull rant, the phone had gone silent. The connection was [...]