Wednesday March 22nd 2017
Photography of Duncan Schiedt at PMA
By Jessica Forbes
Duncan Scheidt, 91, has photographed jazz musicians since 1939. Until April 20, a selection of his personal favorites from an over 70-year [...]
By Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse
Putting on a play is, normally, not something that happens in a day. But, at Pensacola Little Theatre, “24 Hour Theatre” breaks tradition and challenges [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Holy Handguns One of the many decisions greeting Pope Francis, as Salon.com pointed out, is whether to officially recognize a Patron Saint of Handgunners—as urged by a U.S. [...]
By Brett Hutchins
The East Hill area of Pensacola is a neighborhood in the truest sense of the word. Local businesses do things their way. Artists of all types call the place home. The community [...]
By Rick Outzen
In my hometown, Greenville, Miss., the YMCA was where we learned how to play football.
All the Outzen boys, plus most of the Roman Catholic and African-American kids in the [...]
Is Florida Ready for Medical Marijuana?
By Jeremy Morrison
Hustling the halls of Tallahassee, Jodi James and Bob Jordan are on a mission. They’ve been at it for weeks, since the 2013 [...]
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Your dog has a species identity crisis.
Some days, he’s a copycat and it’s like monkey see, monkey do around your house. Other days, he’s stubborn as a mule, eats [...]
by Brett Hutchins
One of the best things about music festivals is the bleary-eyed stumble onto the unknown band that suddenly becomes an absolute favorite. It’s even better waking up to the [...]
Former IN food writer and current Washington, DC resident Ashley Hardaway had an article published by Travel Channel today.
Staying true to her foodie roots, the article profiles DC's hottest new [...]
The president and CEO of Covenant Hospice and the Covenant Hospice Foundation, has announced his plans to retire from Covenant Hospice and its affiliates in December 2013. Knee [...]