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, ...
JAUNE QUICK-TO-SEE SMITH EXHIBITION 8 a.m. through Mar 9. Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Pensacola State College, 1000 College Blvd, Bldg 15. 484-1851 or [...]
STILL A NON-BELIEVER
BP says that its estimated $7.8 billion settlement over the oil spill disaster completes its commitment to citizens and businesses along the Gulf Coast to “make it right” [...]
By Jennie McKeon
Watching the opera is like entering another world. Not just because the entire performance is sung—in another language no less—but because even the most dark moments in life [...]
By Jennie McKeon
K Ishibashi—or, Kishi Bashi—is a bit of a multi-tasker. Not only is he on tour with Of Montreal, but he is also the opening act. The singer, violinist and composer has toured [...]
By Farron Cousins
I remember driving through traffic in December 2008 and finding myself dumbstruck by a bumper sticker that read “2012–The End of an Error.” A full month before [...]
ADRIAN STILLS The National Black Golf Hall of Fame has announced that the director of Golf Operations at the City of Pensacola’s Osceola Golf Course is among its 2012 class of inductees. [...]
Exploring Belmont-DeVilliers with Documentarian Robin Reshard
By Jeremy Morrison
A scattering of old blocks jutting from the ground have excited Robin Reshard. She goes in for a closer [...]
The Chilling Effect
By J. Alistair McKenzie
Americans rightfully fear government dictating what speech is appropriate. In fact, it was this well-founded fear that gave us what we hold so dear, [...]
GREEN TEAM Pensacola officials recently revived the city’s Environmental Advisory Board, following the group’s half-year hiatus. The EAB is tasked with identifying and dealing with environmental [...]
BLACK & WHITE DECISIONS When Superintendent Malcolm Thomas announced his new capital improvement plan, there were cheers in East Pensacola Heights. Their little neighborhood school, A.K. Suter [...]
MEGAN PRATT The Pensacola City Councilwoman was among 14 women recently honored by the League of Women Voters of Florida as one of the “up-and-coming young elected officials” from the [...]