Tuesday November 24th 2015
The Bluffs Could Trigger Job Boom
By Rick Outzen
Last week, the FloridaWest Economic Development unveiled The Bluffs, an industrial campus to be developed in Cantonment that will create some 15,000 jobs, both direct and indirect, in its first 25 years.
“The Bluffs will be a ‘game-changer’ for ...
Council Debates Trucks and Towers
By Jeremy Morrison
The Pensacola City Council held its monthly series of meetings and workshops. After nine hours and 58 minutes, they voted down a food truck ordinance over the protestations of its unlikely co-sponsors, Councilmen Larry Johnson and Charles Bare. ...
By Shelby Smithey
Inspired by her Filipino roots, Pensacola native Christie Calaycay set out to find a way to tie together a passion for jewelry making with an appreciation of her culture.
Her handcrafted jewelry collection “Disenyo,” the Filipino word for design, ...
DeLuna Fest Lineup To Be Released Through A Scavenger Hunt and Concert After Party
By IN Staff
The wait for the DeLuna Fest lineup is almost over, and trust us, you aren’t going to want to miss [...]
SWEETWATER BREWERY AIMS TO SAVE THE GULF COAST SweetWater Brewery and Goldring Gulf Distributors are teaming with Emerald Coastkeeper’s and Mobile Baykeeper’s to raise money to help with Gulf [...]
Area Hospitals Celebrate Local Cancer Survivors
By Kristy McDaniel
When Lynn Tucker, a high school English teacher, was told that she must have chemo after discovering that she had breast [...]
TOURISM IS BACK ON THE KEY
BY CATRINA HEBERT
The Rapture didn’t hit on May 21, and thankfully the predictions of the 2010 BP oil disaster destroying tourism along the Gulf Coast for the next [...]
Still Waters Day & Medical Spa
20 N. Tarragona St., 432-6772,
Still Waters Day & Medical Spa offers world class spa treatments and medical aesthetic [...]
A HISTORY OF CHARITY AND CONTROVERSY IN ONE MAN’S QUEST TO FEED THE POOR
by Grant Hutchinson
He stands on the street corner dressed in a black suit with a clerical collar. In his hands is a [...]
by MAXWELL CHASE
I’ve heard about Pensacola’s old red-light district, but I’ve never heard specifics. Can you shed some light on it?
In the early part of the 20th [...]
Owner, Blooms A Million Florist AND Master Florist since 1992
What is your chief characteristic?
Hard working, creative and crazy
What do you appreciate most about your [...]
By Hana Frenette
Hula hoopers, college kids, parents, grandparents. People walking around in Jesus and devil costumes. Hangout Fest drew a large cast of characters and exceeded expectations across [...]
DR. KIM LANDRY The medical director for Santa Rosa County Emergency Medical Services is the 2011 Raymond H. Alexander Medical Director of the Year recipient. The Florida Department of [...]
BEST SCHOOL DISTRICT The best school district in the Florida panhandle is not Santa Rosa or Okaloosa. It’s Walton County. The State Board of Education approved the designation of 13 Florida school [...]
Learning Vegan Cuisine at End of the Line Café
By Jessica Forbes
Locals interested in learning more about vegan cuisine will soon have a regular, hands-on opportunity to do so. Starting in [...]
Bar encourages patrons to rock to their own beats
by Grant Hutchinson
Now patrons at Play can choose more than the game they want to play or the beer they want to drink. They can choose their own [...]
TRICKLE DOWN TAXATION The federal and state governments are cutting their spending, which should make every taxpayer happy. Congress and our state legislature can boast about how they have fought [...]