Wednesday April 16th 2014
AQUARIUM FIGHT Bill Young has a big challenge. The Pensacola resident and director of operations of Aquarium of Pensacola must raise $50,000 by Jan. 19 for a feasibility study for his proposed [...]
MEET THE ARTISTS OF ‘LITTLE WOMEN’ 11:30 a.m. The Pensacola Opera Guild will host a “Meet the Artist” Luncheon at Heritage Hall in Seville Quarter. Excerpts from the show will [...]
Local Legal Eagles Predict Practice Areas That Will Heat Up In 2001
By Dustin Toney
More cases involving damages from the BP oil disaster, mortgage fraud and privacy laws in regard to social [...]
BEHIND THE SCENES OF COUNCIL PRESIDENT VOTE
by RICK OUTZEN
The Pensacola City Council chambers were packed Jan. 10 for the swearing in of the city’s first strong mayor and the new council. [...]
NATIONAL FLIGHT ACADEMY The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation recently announced a $1.7 million grant from the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust to support design, development and installation [...]
Maritime Park Coordinator
What is your chief characteristic?
I am a very positive person. In saying that, I maintain positivity in all aspects of my life.
What do you appreciate [...]
Manna Food Pantries Celebrates 4th Annual Fill A Bowl Event
by Jennie McKeon
At the Fill A Bowl for Manna event, you can feed yourself and your community in one donation.
“All of the funds [...]
Road warriors Perpetual Groove return to Pensacola
By Brett Hutchins
That didn’t take long. Four months after one of the most successful shows in Vinyl Music Hall’s short history, Perpetual [...]
Local Comedians Invade Paddy O'leary's Open Mic Wednesday
Special Guest Kyle Grooms to Hang Out Before UWF Show on Thursday
Calling all comedy fans! Wednesday Night Open Mic at Paddy O'Leary's is [...]
This freakish winter weather really is screwing things up around the South.
First, Of Montreal moved their scheduled appearance in Mobile from tonight to Sunday.
Now the original opening act for [...]