Saturday February 28th 2015
Finding opportunities in a challenging housing market
by Sean Boone
It’s become a market of inches.
Although the Obama administration has made financial push after push to boost real estate [...]
BASKERVILLE-DONOVAN, INC. The Pensacola-based engineering firm was recently awarded the 2010 NAACP Pensacola Industry Award. BDI was selected for this award due to its lengthy partnership [...]
The St. Pete Times reports that U.S. Senate hopefuls Charlie Crist (I) and Kendrick Meek (D) are vying to be the true alternative to Republican nominee, Marco Rubio.
The day is finally upon us — Interpol's new album is officially out.
The new self titled album, Interpol, is out for $7.99 at Target (sale priced through Sunday, Sept 12). You can also buy a [...]
The Wall Street Journal reports that the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said the planned burning of Qurans on Sept. 11 by a small Florida church could put the lives of American troops in danger [...]
BLUES MASTER JEFF GLICKMAN TO JOIN HOLLOWMAN/BADWATER FOR A FRIDAY NIGHT HOOTENANNY AT BLAZZUES.
Blazzues, Pensacola’s hottest downtown spot for the very best in blues, jazz [...]
Sluggo's is having the cover band show to end all of cover band shows tonight. No seriously. There are going to be something like 20 plus bands taking the stage, playing 15 minutes sets.
In Support of the Gulf Coast Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster Recovery Effort, Perdido Key is rewarding late summer travelers with $100 American Express gift cards for every night booked on [...]
NPR examines the financial backing of the proposed Islamic center near ground zero and Fox News' reluctancy to come clean.
Happy September 2, 2010 ~ aka 90210 Day!
Here's a little flashback to commemorate the big day:
How far are you willing to travel to see September's latest romantic comedy, opening Friday, September 3?
Variety magazine says Going the Distance is "A bicoastal comedy with a bit of a [...]
Opening this Friday, September 3, Machete promises to deliver the most ridiculous (in a good way) action you could possibly cram into its 1 hour and 45 minute duration.
"The Robert [...]
ESCAMBIA COUNTY INCUMBENTS HOLD ON TO OFFICES IN AUG. 24 PRIMARY
by Rick Outzen
Escambia County isn’t ready to kick out the incumbents, according to the 2010 primary results. Unlike years ago [...]
Surviving The Economy, Pensacola and The Free World As A 20-Something
by Sean Boone
Through the thick smoke and dim lights of Sir Richard’s pub you’ll spot the usual suspects.
Around 9 [...]
Escambia Bay Homebrewers Club Hosts Festival In Its 15th Year
by Bradley “Beej” Davis, Jr.
Quite possibly a beer drinker’s nirvana, The Emerald Coast Beer Festival this weekend will be [...]
Monday, Aug. 23
A petition to stop development of the multi-use stadium at the Community Maritime Park is ruled invalid by city staff. City Manager Al Coby tells petitioners that the petition would [...]
BOYCOTT LOCAL BUSINESSES Having lived downtown for the better part of my 28 years, I’ve become very familiar with the problems that have hindered our poor community from reaching its potential. [...]