Wednesday January 18th 2017
The CEO of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition has joined a select group of innovators in being named a 2012 Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors [...]
A Community Cries Out for Relief
By Jeremy Morrison
It was a beautiful day in the park. Barbecued smoke spilled from large barrel grills and mixed with the gospel music coming out of the PA [...]
By Chuck Shepherd
Not Even a Pin Drop Officials at England’s 12th-century St. Peter’s Church in Seaford, East Sussex, which is renowned for its eerie quiet, created a 30-minute CD recently of [...]
‘MEDITATIONS IN MOTION’ 8 a.m. through Mar. 1. Gallery 88, inside WUWF 11000 University Pkwy. 474-2787 or wuwf.org.
‘ANNUAL YOUTH ART FOCUS’ 10 a.m. through [...]
The SMG-Managed Pensacola theatre was listed as a #4 Top Spot Nationwide by Venues Today, an international trade magazine. The ranking was based on concert and [...]
By Sarah McCartan
Nothing gets a Friday night moving quite like a little bit of hip-hop. Although Sluggo's Vegetarian Restaurant is no stranger to hip-hop nights and has been serving as a host for [...]
Grappling with America’s Obsession
By Jeremy Morrison
As the rally wrapped up, two men lingered on the lawn in conversation. Talking about freedom, and fear. Talking about guns.
By Jennie McKeon
Award season is big, but nothing is bigger than the Oscars. The clothes, the mass amount of celebrities jam-packed into one place, the censored swear words—gotta love live [...]
In December 2011, Robert Donson was shot in the stomach by a Pensacola Police officer, and subsequently charged with possession of a gun, resisting arrest and assault on an officer. While still [...]
By Rick Outzen
A hundred African-American men walked on Friday, Feb. 15 the streets of the Montclair neighborhood picking up trash and letting residents know that they aren’t alone.
The walk [...]