Thursday October 30th 2014
Opening night of Puccini's operatic masterpiece "Madama Butterfly" is next weekend (Friday, Jan. 20) at the Saenger, but you can get into the spirit early—Pensacola Museum of Art [...]
By Dan Fugate
With a metro population approaching 500,000, there are a lot of people commuting in and around Pensacola. There are domestics, imports, luxury cars, exotic racers, SUVs, compacts and [...]
Attorney at Sellers, Skievaski & Stevenson
Good eats: Favorite sushi in town is Sumo Sushi at the Carlton Palms, the daily specials are well priced, the [...]
By Hana Frenette
Not everyone can spawn a career off of covers they’ve done of their favorite songs.
Colin Caulfield, aka, Young Man talks about the technical uses of playing cover songs, and [...]
SICK FROM SPILL? Researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) will be in Pensacola on Jan. 18 to speak with the community about the Gulf Long -Term Follow-up Study [...]
Who Will Provide Natural Gas to Pensacola Beach?
By Jeremy Morrison
Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer rattled off rapid-fire Spanish, before clarifying the translation: Danza de la Muerte, or [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Obsessions: (1) Don Aslett, 76, recently opened the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho, as the culmination of a lifelong devotion to tidying up. Highlights are several hundred [...]
FRUSTRATED HATERS The Haters were celebrating last summer. Finally–they thought with glee–the Studers were getting bashed by the daily newspaper. The News Journal, in its self-proclaimed role as [...]
‘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 [...]
MISSED OPPORTUNITIES Mayor Ashton Hayward was proclaimed by the daily newspaper as its “Person of the Year.” Indeed, Hayward has given the City of Pensacola a new vitality and focus. The media [...]