Friday December 13th 2013
Field Testing and the National Organic Program
By Jessica Forbes
For most consumers of organic food, the “USDA Organic” seal is a familiar sight. This emblem, printed on the packaging of [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
Getting Old, Young: (1) Jack Smeltzer broke a record in the tractor pull championships in Columbus, Ohio, in January — doing a “full (track-length) pull” of 692 pounds. [...]
Senior Marketing Representative, Medical Center Clinic
What is your chief characteristic?
Laid back and outgoing
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
They are [...]
The Saenger Theatre installs new state-of-the-art hearing aid technology
By Kate Peterson
The Saenger Theatre in Pensacola recently installed a high-tech induction loop system that provides [...]
Palafox's hottest new spot is going to get funny this Monday, as several of Pensacola's best comedians hit the stage to make you laugh. Play proudly presents an evening of stand-up hosted by local [...]
“Lily’s Lounge” comes to Loblolly Theatre
By Jennie McKeon
At the Loblolly Theatre, it’s not just the plays that are suspenseful, but the writing process as well.
Instead of the [...]
LEWIS BEAR, JR. The cornerstones of influence in Pensacola are business success, commitment to improving the area and stubbornness to persevere regardless of how monumental the task may [...]
‘TAGGED 2011 STUDENT ART’ RECEPTION 6-8 p.m. The University of West Florida Art Department invites the public to the Student Art Expo Reception hosted by Lewis Bear Company to view [...]
I’d like to know the history of the Pensacola Lighthouse. Could you help me out?
Every good port needs a good lighthouse, and Pensacola’s no exception. The Pensacola [...]