Sunday November 23rd 2014
Ed Schroeder resigned on Sept. 15 as the Pensacola Chamber’s head of tourism. He resigned after Chamber emails were leaked to the media that appeared to show a move by Schroeder, Tourist [...]
What's For Dinner?
How about the perfect wine, paired with the perfect dish, prepared by one of Pensacola’s top chefs, five times over? That's exactly what you'll get tonight at the annual Suite [...]
By Kate Peterson
The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival is in its 34th year of delighting locals and visitors alike with their delicious seafood dishes, musical performances and family activities. [...]
Name: Matthieu Rodriguez
Day Job: Ticket Manager at DeLuna Fest and 5 ½ Bar Cocktail Stylist
Pensacola Resident Since: 2003
Good Eats: Time does not allow me to name all of my favorites, but [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
The medical establishment generally regards placentas (afterbirth) as biohazardous waste, but to New York City placenta chef Jennifer Mayer, they are a nutrient-laden meat that [...]
By Kate Peterson
It’s been this way forever. If you live in Pensacola and want to hear some incredible music, you make the three hour trip to New Orleans. That’s beginning to change.
Businesses Score Big on Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000
by Jeremy Morrison
Stepping in from the patio and a blazingly beautiful, red sunset, one is immediately hit by the smell of success. And a free [...]
AAF LUNCHEON LEARN 11:30 a.m. Topic will be ‘How to make the World Wide Web local’. $15-$20, reservations required by Sept. 19. Heritage Hall at Seville Quarter, 130 E. [...]
Pensacola’s Muscogee Wharf
by Jessica Forbes
Traveling along Bayfront Parkway to the Pensacola Bay Bridge, two concrete structures are visible in the bay. Though they now stand isolated, they [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Ever wish that you had a public place to step up on your proverbial soapbox and say aloud the things you want to change?
The 100 Thousand Poets for Change is a global event [...]