Wednesday October 1st 2014
JOHNSON DROPS OUT No one invited him to the party. And he’s none too happy about it.
“That’s another example of why I’m leaving the TDC,” said Pensacola City Councilman Larry [...]
INSIDE THE BED TAX BATTLE
by Jeremy Morrison
Sugar white sand. Sparkling emerald water. The Blue Angels, history and seafood. The greater Pensacola area has some pretty attractive [...]
Occupy Pensacola Digs In
by Jeremy Morrison
When the sun sets it gets dark, especially when the power’s off.
“They turned off our power,” said Gary Paull Jr. Monday night, Oct. 17. [...]
By Dan Fugate
The second installment of DeLuna Fest is in the history books. Whether you're a fan of the lineup or not, there's no denying the bands who were booked sounded good live. And that's [...]
Here Comes The Bride...
Remember a few months back when you voted for your favorite couple to win their dream wedding? Well it's about to become a reality. Join Nicole and Chad as they say ‘I [...]
OUT OF TOUCH LEADERS In January 2009 he predicted the Tea Party, “Arab Spring” and even the Occupy movement. Gerald Celente, CEO and founder of the Trends Research Institute, saw it all when I [...]
Nearly two months into shrimp season and people are freaking out.
Some reports a putting harvests at 80 percent below normal. People are talking about deformed shrimp. Or, no shrimp at all.
The occupation has begun and breakfast is being served.
As of Sunday morning, Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza in downtown Pensacola sported doughnuts, milk and a makeshift library. Participants in [...]
A lot of you heading out to the beach for DeLuna Fest have been asking where you can get a print copy of the current issue—which has a full schedule, festival map and tons of fun interviews and [...]
by Jennie McKeon
Most bands are founded by family members or life-long friends. In the case of Grouplove, it was instant chemistry between a couple in love and a couple of strangers at an art [...]