Sunday November 29th 2015
AmeriCorps VISTA, Pathways For Change
What is your chief characteristic?
I would like to think a sense of humor, but all my friends tell me I’m not funny.
What do you [...]
A “Taste of the Beach” returns to Pensacola Beach
by Hana Frenette
A “Taste of the Beach” offers a perfect way to spend the weekend. You can stroll alongside the beach, taste a few [...]
Eating It Up
By Rob “Bubbs” Harris
These days, finding a sliver of originality in a punk rock or metal band is pretty hard to do. However, finding a band that mixes both genres flawlessly is [...]
Taxis Tiff Last week, City Council decided to hold off on approving an amendment to an ordinance that would affect taxicab operations.
The amendment to Ch. 7-10 of the Vehicles for Hire law [...]
12TH ANNUAL POW LUNCHEON 11 a.m. The Pensacola Chapter Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge and Pensacola Council of the Navy League are hosting the 12th Annual POW Luncheon. Honored [...]
Will Milton’s New Private Prison Pay Out?
By Sean Boone
Less than six months ago it was a frequent label for the state’s financial problems; even seen by some critics as another financial [...]
GALLERY NIGHT THEMED CANSTRUCTION
A foundation of the Society for Design Administration (SDA), Canstruction® is a trademarked design/build competition currently held in cities throughout North [...]
Pensacola Opera sings your requested songs at this year’s Jukebox Gala
By Jennie McKeon
Guests will be wined and dined and even serenaded by the Pensacola Opera at their sixth annual Jukebox [...]
Pensacola Para Con brings ghost stories to life
By Jennie McKeon
Downtown Pensacola is a great place to see art, have a nice dinner and…hunt for ghosts.
Skeptics and believers can unite at [...]
SCARY BECK Glenn Beck scares me, and he should scare all honorable Americans. He’s smooth, conniving, and Machiavellian. His “Restore Honor” campaign, which appropriated the language, if not [...]
MALCOLM THOMAS Last year, the Escambia County Superintendent of Schools refused to allow his students to hear President Barack Obama’s speech to open the school year. It was too [...]
Why do people call the area on the beach next to the pier “Casino Beach”? Did a casino ever exist there?
Yes and no. There was a building [...]
LEAD STORY More than a half-million children in the U.S. take antipsychotic medicines and (reported The New York Times in September) “(e)ven the most reluctant (doctors) encounter a marketing [...]
FAIR DISTRICTS Politics is about power. The party that has the most votes gets its candidates elected. The more candidates a party has in the Florida Legislature, the more control it has over the [...]