Tuesday September 27th 2016
IMPACT 100 down to finalists
By Jennifer Leigh
The formula is simple.
One woman, $1,000, one vote.
"Those are the main core values," said Belle Bear, one of the founding members of IMPACT 100. "I won't let anyone change them because they work."
More Payouts at City Hall
By Rick Outzen
According to public records released last week, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward cut checks for over $95,000 to get his former city administrator to dismiss his lawsuit against the City.
The Pensacola City Council did not approve the settlement agreement. ...
Drop Dead And Bless Your Heart
By Hamishe Randall
In the South, sugar is to tea what crazy is to family—a main ingredient. And what brings out the crazy in a family faster than the holidays? A death, of course.
After Bud drops dead at the kitchen table, ...
Gulf Coast is poised for new space era
By David Tortorano
On May 22, a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon space capsule lifted off the pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The mission itself [...]
HATE POLITICS Pensacola has become defined by its hates. Most communities have a driven passion to improve their quality of life. Sadly, that gene appears to have been nearly eliminated from [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
The (Cockroach) Social Network No insect is in greater need of a public relations boost than the cockroach, and Dr. Mathieu Lihoreau of Rennes, France, provided it in a recent [...]
Come To the "Come to Life" Show
Singer-songwriter Jon Morris is having an album release show to celebrate his new EP “Come To Life” Friday night at First United Methodist Church. The album will [...]
The 33rd Annual Telly Awards has recognized branding firm idgroup with a Silver Telly, its highest honor, and three Bronze Telly awards. The company won the top prize for an [...]
Day Job: Executive Director of Marketing and Creative Services since July 2011 and a member of the Communication Arts Faculty since 2007 at the University of West Florida. [...]
FEATURING ARTIST DONNA O’NEAL 7 a.m. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Bldg 15, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd., Bldg 15. 484-2550 or [...]
Profiting from Pain
By Jeremy Morrison
In February, the Florida Senate rejected what would have become the largest private prison system in the United States. Chasity Owens hopes she played some [...]
Sabor Hispanic Cuisine will be opening its doors tomorrow, June 5, in the abandoned spot once named Lettuce Eat on 9th Ave.
“The owner wanted to convert the building to an office space and I [...]
Just a reminder to all of you engaged (or soon to be engaged) folks out there: the deadline is getting really, really close for the Pensacola Blockparty Wedding 2012. So hurry up and enter if you're [...]
Just in time for summer party season, one our favorite bloggers Mrs. Lilien has released a book of 50 colorful and glamorous cocktail recipes. Do yourself a favor and add "Mrs. [...]