Tuesday December 10th 2013
How Not To Do Business
City vs. The Fish House
By Rick Outzen
The title of the Pensacola News Journal’s (PNJ) article on Tuesday, Nov. 26 could have easily been “Mayor Accuses Fish House of Cheating City Out of Millions.” It wasn’t, but that is how some ...
The Thermals Heat Up Florida
By Jessica Forbes
Within the contiguous United States, Florida and Oregon are essentially as far apart as two states can be. So when the Portland-based band, The Thermals, goes on tour, sometimes the sunshine state gets left out of the party ...
Get Fired Up for the Holidays
By Sarah McCartan
It’s that time again. It’s time for the holidays, and time for the eagerly anticipated “Hot Glass, Cold Brew” event at First City Art Center (formerly the Belmont Arts and Cultural Center). Although Friday, Dec. 6 marks the ...
Music at the Box
By Jessica Forbes and Sarah McCartan
Although downtown Mobile’s only all original music venue, Alabama Music Box, hosts shows year round, and between karaoke and dance parties, has something going on nearly every night in between, we’ve handpicked a few of ...
One-man band Zach Deputy comes to Pensacola’s Handlebar
By Brett Hutchins
The last time I ran into Zach Deputy, it was four o’clock in the morning in the middle of a huge Tennessee farm [...]
DEAD DOLPHIN TALES Rescuers have found an unusually large number of baby dolphin carcasses washed up on Gulf Coast beaches. So far, scientists have tallied a total of 67 dead dolphins along the [...]
Rockabilly, Americana group to perform at WSRE’s ‘StudioAmped’ this weekend
By Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr.
She’s not a tall drink of water; she’s Betsy Badwater, and you’ll [...]
Rating system increasing quality of care and patient outcomes at Sacred Heart
By Erica House
Many people take pride in being an educated consumer. The average American spends 40 hours searching [...]
Mardi Gras Season Is In Full Swing
By Kate Peterson
Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez—let the good times roll. Pensacola knows how to make it roll. Mardi Gras season is in full swing along the Gulf [...]
MISUSE OF SCHOOL FUNDS I am a senior at Washington High School and some recent decisions by our School Board have raised my hand. Our art teachers receive $800 annually, which comes out to be less [...]
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER: DRESS DRIVE BENEFIT This annual fundraiser benefits one local area resident who has sustained a brain and/or spinal cord injury. This year the funds raised will go toward the [...]
County Prepares For The Worst
By Rick Ouzten
Escambia County Government has run out of quick fixes for its ever-shrinking budget. Property Appraiser Chris Jones is projecting property taxes for [...]
EXPULSIONS DOWN, REALLY? The Escambia County Public School District has slowed down on its student expulsions. In January and February 2010, the District expelled 46 students. During the first two [...]
ELISE COASTAL DINING Downtown Pensacola’s newest restaurant earned a nomination as one of the best new restaurants in the country from the James Beard Foundation. The Beard Awards are [...]