An Interview with Folk Artist Panhandle Slim
By Scott Satterwhite His paintings are everywhere. Well, everywhere in our town at least. If you’ve lived in Pensacola and bothered to step out of your house, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the work of artist Scott Stanton—otherwise known as ...
Opening Night for the Orchestra
By Jennifer Leigh It’s the night local classical music lovers anticipate all year—Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) opening night. And PSO musicians have been looking forward to the start of the season, as well. “Opening night marks my musical ‘home’ for the season,” said ...
Check out various businesses on the North end of Palafox on Gallery Night such as Rock Hard Designs, A & J Mugs, In Detail, Sole Inn & Suites, and Digital Now Reprographics and Signs. From 5-9 p.m., [...]
Jellyfish Bar is celebrating women on Wednesday, Oct. 20 from 6-9 p.m. Estrogen Festival is for ladies only. Local vendors will be there offering services and gift certificates for hair, nails, [...]
The Monterey County Weekly examines the dangers the BP oil spill brings the Pacific Ocean and elsewhere. Article
Jackson's Steakhouse will present a wine and food event, "A Taste of the Season," on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 5:30 p.m. With Chef Irv Miller's new fall/winter menu as the inspiration, Curtis Flower of [...]