Thursday December 12th 2013
BEYOND PERFECT We were slow to understand the true impact of the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 20, 2010. Yes, 11 lives were lost, but we, in Pensacola, had been lulled into thinking [...]
Earth Day Celebrations Continue At Sluggo’s
by Sarah Kathleen McCartan
Director of Earth Day Pensacola Eric St. Pierre has discovered a way to keep celebrations extending well beyond daylight [...]
The fourth annual Record Store Day is this Saturday, April 16, 2011.
Each store will do its own thing. You can expect to see some amazing super rare vinyl (and some CDs and DVDs), tons of free [...]
The lecture series at Pensacola Museum of Art continues tonight
The topic: "Roman and Etruscan Art...who knew?"
April 14, 2011
6 - 7 pm
Please join Krist Lien, Director of the Visual Arts [...]
JOE PASSERETTI The partner of Emmanuel Sheppard and Condon has been elected as the First Judicial Circuit representative for the Florida Bar Board of Governors, Young Lawyer Division. The [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
Laney Wallace, 16, won the beauty contest at the 53rd Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas, in March and the next day fulfilled the first duty of her reign: to behead and [...]
WMS SAGA: SEX AND FCAT The Warrington Middle School saga (Independent News, “Tarnished Turnaround,” April 7) continues as more parents and teachers come forward. The IN received details about [...]
Despite Recession and Oil Spill, Art Blooms Downtown
BY Dylan O’Leary
Why did 47 artists cross the road?
2,000 more square feet.
Blue Morning Gallery just moved from its old location at [...]
BALLET PENSACOLA TO HOST BOURBON, BARBECUE AND BALLET, A KENTUCKY DERBY EVENT Ballet Pensacola will host Bourbon, Barbecue and Ballet, a Kentucky Derby Event, May 7, 2011, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the [...]
Less Than Jake brings hardcore brand of ska/punk rock to Seville
By Grant Hutchinson
Ska, the punk-rock hybrid that combines speedy guitar riffs with trumpet and trombone blasts, is alive and [...]