Tuesday January 17th 2017
Head to the Escape Spa at the Wind Creek Casino & Hotel for three days of healthy, delicious food, pampering and vital information from the Ultimate Kitchen Commando, Jodi Brown.
Brown, who [...]
Emerald Coast Review is now accepting submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art for its 2013 issue. We are a regional publication looking to publish literature about the Emerald Coast or [...]
The 55th Grammy Awards are Sunday, Feb. 10. with LL Cool J as the host. The show will be televised on CBS starting at 7 p.m.
Here are some flashback videos of past winners:
Grammys Flashback [...]
Press Release: Artel Gallery is calling all artists to create art based on family life. Gather inspiration from the good, the bad or the crazy side of families. Using Artel’s experimental [...]
By IN Staff
You don't have to be super into Mardi Gras to be into king cake. It's honestly one of the easiest—and tastiest—ways to enjoy Carnival season. No crowds, no beads, no potential [...]
By Rick Outzen
On the Saturday night before the Super Bowl, I attended a fundraiser for Steve Gleason and his foundation, Team Gleason. Steve is one of those underdogs that New Orleans [...]
If your Valentine is a foodie, don’t hesitate in making a reservation for The Magnolia’s Valentine’s Day Supper Club.
Choose between the 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. or 8 to 10 p.m. seating on [...]
By Jennie McKeon
For those who say that the symphony isn’t a visual experience have to see Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s annual Cirque de la Symphonie, a POPS! Series event.
“This is [...]
By Jeremy Morrison
Jewel of Pensacola
It was obvious what the theme of the meeting was: neighborhoods.
“What do you like best about your neighborhood?” asked Pensacola City [...]
ECUA’s Long Road to Redemption
By Jeremy Morrison
It’s completely utilitarian. Cold metal plates and screws and lifeless. But for just a moment, its head tilted slightly, the thing seems [...]