Sunday September 21st 2014
Visit Pensacola has come up with three vacation itineraries that can fit the budgets of just about any family:
If you are looking for a high-end, elegant getaway, Portofino Island Resort [...]
Press Release: The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra announced today that it has renewed the contract of Peter Rubardt as Music Director through the 2013-14 concert season, with the intention of [...]
Examiner.com has a positive review of Blue Dot BBQ, at least the food does). The writer describes the customer service akin to the "Soup Nazi on Seinfelds but worth the wait." Continue reading on [...]
The Chado: The Way of the Japanese Tea Ceremony has been set for Friday July 22 at 4 p.m. at the University of West Florida Japan House, Building 71.
Guests are invited to participate in the [...]
The 18th annual Power of Photography benefit art show and product expo is scheduled for July 15-17 in downtown Pensacola.
The family-friendly event, known for its juried exhibit of the best 300 [...]
Things are not always as they seem. Look beyond everyday life and you may discover exciting hidden treasures. What do you find? Dark and seedy secrets? Skeletons in the closet? Intriguing wonders of [...]
Royal Bangs- My Car Is Haunted
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Jam Theatricals and the Friends of the Saenger are proud to announce the Broadway in Pensacola 2011-2012 Season with six fantastic shows, highlighted by The New Mel Brooks’ Musical: Young [...]
This year, Distinctive Kitchens is committed to bringing you the most exciting and educational cooking classes for children---offering a wide variety of subjects that will teach kids kitchen safety, [...]
The Pelicans Training Academy will offer a series of softball and baseball skills camps this summer. Led by experienced professionals, both camps teach on and off-the-field fundamentals, proper [...]