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A Symphony ‘Spectacular’

A Symphony ‘Spectacular’

By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse There is only one word needed to describe Russian orchestrations: excitement. The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra will be performing three Russian masterpieces [...]

New Skipper, Same Buzz?

New Skipper, Same Buzz?

By Brett Hutchins The inaugural season for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos brought unimaginable excitement to the entire area. Season tickets sold out. Downtown businesses flourished. Fans saw a [...]

Walker Holmes is back

Walker Holmes is back

It's spring and Walker Holmes has shown up with his brown paper bag full of his latest investigative reports, including a surprise announcement. Chamber Finds BP Gift Cards The Greater Pensacola [...]

Return of the Beach Show

Return of the Beach Show

By Hana Frenette Bands on the Beach is back. The concert series kicks off Saturday, March 30 and will continue every Tuesday night with a different band playing at the Gulfside Pavilion on [...]

Outtakes: UCF Nightmare Too Close to Home

Outtakes: UCF Nightmare Too Close to Home

By Rick Outzen The phone call was one I never thought I would get from my youngest daughter. “Dad, I’m okay. The campus security has the gunman. He’s dead,” my daughter Claney, a coed [...]

Winners & Losers 3/28/13

Winners & Losers 3/28/13

Winners Fred Gunther The Community Maritime Park Associates board member has been declared a “Hero of the City” for stopping the YMCA from building its new $10-million downtown facility on [...]

H&W Calendar March-April 2013

H&W Calendar March-April 2013

3.28 Herb Study Class at Ever’Man Screening of the movie Hungry for Change, part two. The film exposes secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don’t won’t you to know. The class is [...]

H&W: La Leche League

H&W: La Leche League

Helping Mother with ‘The Milk’ By Jeremy Morrison Jen Chendea began attending La Leche League sessions when she had her first baby. Her son is now eight, followed by his 4-year-old [...]

Viva Pensacola Jazz!

Viva Pensacola Jazz!

JazzFest Celebrating 30 Years of Musical Memories By Jessica Forbes For music lovers in Pensacola, the first week of April will likely be filled with tough decisions. From April 1 through [...]

Holmes Declares Candidacy

Holmes Declares Candidacy

Tallahassee shutters at the thought By Rueben Kincaid Sometimes Independent News reporter Walker Holmes has declared his candidacy for the Florida House of Representatives, District 2, which was [...]

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