Saturday October 10th 2015
Pensacola Little Theatre’s Treehouse Series showcases many talented young performers on stage. A young visual artist now has the chance to be PLT’s featured cover artist on this season’s [...]
WINE TASTING AT ARAGON WINE MARKET 5-7 p.m. Weekly. Enjoy a sampling of fine wines. 27 S. Ninth Ave. 433-9463 or aragonwinemarket.com.
SUNSETS AT PLAZA DE LUNA PARK 5:30 p.m. weekly. Each Thursday [...]
The Miami Herald reports that Florida gubernatorial candidates Alex Sink (D) and Rick Scott (R) have agreed release their tax returns and to attend two statewide debates in October.
Here's your chance to see 3D in it's purest form - a film comprised of actual 3D footage, Avatar-style, not converted to "3D" afterwards as is becoming the norm.
"I can say that even if it [...]
Let your creativity come alive during this month's "Discovery Saturday: Hands-On History" event from 9:15 a.m.–1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the National Naval Aviation Museum. Museum visitors of [...]
Press Release: Jazz Society's September "Jazz Gumbo" to Feature Jones & Company
The Jazz Society welcomes "Jones & Company" to the September Jazz Gumbo. This group of versatile performers, [...]
The 2010 United Way of Escambia County fundraising campaign will begin Monday, Sept. 13. The campaign is an opportunity for local residents to support dozens of health and [...]
Press Release: Exhibition of Paula Takahashi Opens at Veranda September 19
“Bird Song” art exhibition opens at Veranda of Pensacola September 19. Meet the artist, Paula Takahashi, at an [...]
Check Out Your Summer 2010 News IQ
by IN staff
1. Who was the Pensacola bar owner that was rejected 21-17 by the Florida Senate and allowed to sit on the Public Service Commission?
a) Steve [...]
Festivals Posed To End Season On High Note
By Sean Boone
While the oil spill put a damper on much of the local summer season, September still shapes up to be a good close to what could be the [...]
Education Director, Pensacola Little Theatre
What is your chief characteristic?
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
They always make me feel [...]
by Rick Outzen
CHANGE COMES HARD I’m not sure that change is harder in Pensacola, but it surely seems so. For decades, a benevolent aristocracy took care of the town. White men met in offices [...]
FWC On Board For Fall Snapper Last week, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved a recommendation from the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council to allow a 24-day red [...]
‘Painting With A Twist’ Looks Past Oil, Opens New Store
by Sean Boone
In the midst of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster this summer, Heidi McDonald, her husband and two [...]