Sunday September 25th 2016
IMPACT 100 down to finalists
By Jennifer Leigh
The formula is simple.
One woman, $1,000, one vote.
"Those are the main core values," said Belle Bear, one of the founding members of IMPACT 100. "I won't let anyone change them because they work."
More Payouts at City Hall
By Rick Outzen
According to public records released last week, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward cut checks for over $95,000 to get his former city administrator to dismiss his lawsuit against the City.
The Pensacola City Council did not approve the settlement agreement. ...
Drop Dead And Bless Your Heart
By Hamishe Randall
In the South, sugar is to tea what crazy is to family—a main ingredient. And what brings out the crazy in a family faster than the holidays? A death, of course.
After Bud drops dead at the kitchen table, ...
Winner: Best Independent Market, Best Deli
Runner Up: Best Gourmet/Specialty Food, Best Caterer, Best Place to Buy Produce
Apple Market, “the biggest little store in town,” [...]
Name: Michelle Henderson
Day Job: Director of Marketing Management, University of West Florida
Pensacola Resident Since: July 2003
Good Eats: If I’m craving good “bar food,” then Sidelines [...]
Climactic Week in Pensacola Political Dramas
By Jeremy Morrison
The week began quietly. Mayor Ashton Hayward and Pensacola City Councilwoman Sherri Myers shared some casual Monday morning [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
French Full-Body Health Care As the U.S. government’s role in health care is debated, the French government’s role was highlighted in February with a report on Slate.com [...]
5 ½ BAR
Winner: Best Original Drink Menu, Best Bar To Drink Alone, Best Martini, Best Bar Ambiance
Runner Up: Best Place To Eavesdrop, Best Margarita, Best Dark Corner For PDA, Best Selection Of [...]
Maybe you’re still wondering what to do in November’s election, but when it comes to voting for your favorite restaurant, bar or retail shop (and many more), you didn’t hesitate.
Best of the [...]
Don’t want to get messy carving a pumpkin?
At Strong Street Studio’s 6th Annual Pumpkin Party you can pick up one (or more) of the decorative and unique glass pumpkins created by Scott [...]
FROM TRAGEDY TO TRIUMPH On Oct. 1, 1962 James Meredith enrolled as the first African American student at the segregated University of Mississippi. The Air Force veteran has said that he was inspired [...]
Winner: Best Local Politician
Runner Up: Best Community Leader
Pensacola’s first strong mayor has changed the culture of city government from passive and reactive to proactive. [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Sure, there’s intense pressure before opening night of the symphony season, but music director Peter Rubardt likes it that way.
“There’s always pressure,” he said. [...]
By Shelby Smithey
The South has often been perceived as being closed-minded and intolerant. Pensacola will have a chance to change that perception when it hosts its first-ever LGBT Film Festival [...]