How Not To Do Business
City vs. The Fish House By Rick Outzen The title of the Pensacola News Journal’s (PNJ) article on Tuesday, Nov. 26 could have easily been “Mayor Accuses Fish House of Cheating City Out of Millions.” It wasn’t, but that is how some ...
The Thermals Heat Up Florida
By Jessica Forbes Within the contiguous United States, Florida and Oregon are essentially as far apart as two states can be. So when the Portland-based band, The Thermals, goes on tour, sometimes the sunshine state gets left out of the party ...
Get Fired Up for the Holidays
By Sarah McCartan It’s that time again. It’s time for the holidays, and time for the eagerly anticipated “Hot Glass, Cold Brew” event at First City Art Center (formerly the Belmont Arts and Cultural Center). Although Friday, Dec. 6 marks the ...
Lee Tracy, in business since 1978 and on the Pensacola Beach boardwalk since 2006, is moving to downtown Pensacola. Mike and Lee McLaughlin, owner-operators, have developed a tremendous local [...]
From 10 a.m.-1 p.m. this Saturday, Pilates Core Training will offer discounted prices on special packages and their Fitness Challenge packages for the new year, free body fat analysis and postural [...]
As part of its Milton's Gallery Night celebration, Santa will be at Polka-dots General Store on Dec. 3. beginning at 5:30 p.m. Join the store for a reading of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" and [...]
The Workers Solidarity Alliance Pensacola in conjunction with the University of West Florida Progressive Student Alliance will be hosting Israeli anarchist activist Gal Lugassi at the U.W.F. campus. [...]