Wednesday September 28th 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, ...
INDOMITABLE SPIRIT Nearly 88 months after Jack Fetterman, John Cavanaugh and Quint Studer sat down with then-City Manager Tom Bonfield to discuss a maritime park that would revitalize Pensacola after [...]
Florida Journalism Not Dead Yet
By Florence Snyder
When government doesn’t do its job, when children die in its care, when law enforcement commits wrongdoing, we look to investigative [...]
Library’s Last Chapter
by Jeremy Morrison
The West Florida Public Library System is in what Bette Hooton calls “crisis mode.” The panic is due to the fact that the local library system [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Body Piercing: So Safe and Easy, Anyone Can Do It Like most states with active trade associations of barbers and beauticians, Iowa strictly regulates those professions, requiring [...]
by Jeremy Morrison
With the late 20th century migration to the suburbs and shopping malls, many of this country’s downtowns began their eerie decline into desperate landscapes of forgotten [...]
KEEP TALKING While it appeared Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer was ready to go to war over the city’s natural gas franchise dispute with Gulf Breeze, city officials have chosen to stick to the [...]
Remember Matthew Shepard?
University of West Florida is putting on "The Laramie Project”—part play, part documentary about the tragic murder of Shepard. There are nine performances starting [...]
By Hana Frenette
M. Ward has a lot going on this spring. He just released his latest album, A Wasteland Companion, this week on Merge Records. He's heading out on a solo tour—which will [...]
Seville Quarter will be leading a NOLA style second line parade to the stadium for the Pensacola Blue Wahoo's Opening Day today. Uncle Sam & the Seville Quarter Dixieland Band will provide the [...]
Pensacola State College
Our community college placed five students on the 2012 Phi Theta Kappa All-Florida Academic Team: Elizabeth Merritt, Anna Ledet, Savannah Mongeau, Carey Stabenau [...]
‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php.
‘CHROMATIC ALTERATIONS AND ALTERED BOOKS’ 10 [...]