Tuesday November 24th 2015
The Bluffs Could Trigger Job Boom
By Rick Outzen
Last week, the FloridaWest Economic Development unveiled The Bluffs, an industrial campus to be developed in Cantonment that will create some 15,000 jobs, both direct and indirect, in its first 25 years.
“The Bluffs will be a ‘game-changer’ for ...
Council Debates Trucks and Towers
By Jeremy Morrison
The Pensacola City Council held its monthly series of meetings and workshops. After nine hours and 58 minutes, they voted down a food truck ordinance over the protestations of its unlikely co-sponsors, Councilmen Larry Johnson and Charles Bare. ...
By Shelby Smithey
Inspired by her Filipino roots, Pensacola native Christie Calaycay set out to find a way to tie together a passion for jewelry making with an appreciation of her culture.
Her handcrafted jewelry collection “Disenyo,” the Filipino word for design, ...
Kismet J. Rideau
Director, College Reach-Out Program (CROP), Academic Advisor, Instructor
What is your chief characteristic?
Sincerity and public speaking
What do you appreciate most about [...]
Alabama and Florida Bands Team Up and Help Each Other Out
BY Rob “Bubbs” Harris
There is no denying the “Flora-Bama” connection around these parts. There seems to especially be a strange, [...]
Cast Aside Your Preconceived Notions: Dinner Parties are Making a Comeback
by Ashley Hardaway
Like snow-covered kittens, meringue and full-sequined dresses, dinner parties often sound better than [...]
Same Time, Same Place
Aragon Wine Market 5-7 p.m. 27 S. Ninth Ave., aragonwinemarket.com
City Grocery 5:15-7:30 p.m. weekly. 2050 N. 12th Ave. [...]
3405 McLemore Drive
432-1403 or (866) ADS-SELL
Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen & Taproom
10 Palafox Place
Literally, not Politically
by Trevor Webb
With big business on the decline, there’s been a recent resurgence of the local little guy. One of several new businesses popping up is Bia’s Sublime [...]
NO ONE GETS TO WORK FOR SCOTT
The Buzz, St. Petersburg Times: Florida's new governor has yet to name a single person to his administrative team, four weeks after the election. Ohio's newly-elected [...]
The other day I heard someone talking about a plane that crashed in Pensacola back in the 1970s. What’s the story with that?
On May 8, 1978, [...]
Holiday Events to Check Out in Pensacola
By Jennie McKeon
Just because it’s getting colder outside doesn’t mean you need to stay inside. The holidays are right around the corner and [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
Britain’s National Health Service acknowledged in November that, because of a shortage of healthy lungs and other organs available for transplant, it was offering those on [...]
A HOLIDAY EVENING IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 6:30-9 p.m. Food and refreshments are available as well as a special appearance by Santa Claus. Seville Square at the corner of Alcaniz and [...]
Check out who’s moving, opening, adding new product lines or expanding services at your favorite locally-owned businesses.
Lee Tracy Shoes and Apparel Relocating to Downtown Pensacola [...]
Pen Women Host Exhibition/Artel Fundraiser The Pensacola Branch of the National League of American Pen Women will host the “Children’s Creative Art Clothesline” exhibition, Saturday, December [...]
By IN Blogger by Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr.
I’ve never met a carb I didn’t like. In fact, I can recount countless, sordid affairs with Big Grab Funions, McDonald’s hot apple pies and [...]