Sunday December 21st 2014
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 [...]
Intelligent Design: If the male nursery web spider were a human, he would be sternly denounced as a vulgar cad. Researcher Maria Jose Albo of Denmark’s Aarhus University told Live Science in [...]