Thursday October 8th 2015
"Eat, Pray, Love" Opens in Theaters this Weekend
It seems international travel is the new American highway. Kerouac's road has all but been replaced with Eurail and foreign bistros, no doubt [...]
Professional Theatre Opens this Month
Without a doubt, Pensacola residents support the arts. Pensacola Museum of Art's Culture Club unites them monthly, and the crowds that spill onto [...]
Covenant Hospice Hosts 16th Annual Evening of Comedy
The big top is on the beach, and its purpose includes a better cause than just making you laugh.
Covenant Hospice is hosting its [...]
EVENINGS IN OLDE SEVILLE SQUARE 7-9 p.m. weekly through Aug. 12. Grab a blanket and a picnic basket for the free summer concert series. The Swingin' Dick Tracys will be [...]
Assistant Art Department Manager, Appleyard Agency
What is your chief characteristic?
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
We're a family. We [...]
by Chuck Shepard
Woody Allen Joke Come to Life: Shirley Anderson, 71, is suing her son Ken, 46, in Vancouver, British Columbia, for parental support -- even though she and his father had [...]
By Rick Outzen
When city leaders list the reasons why someone should live inside the Pensacola city limits, fire protection is at or near the top of that list. At the recent mayoral [...]
Since the beginning of July, John MacTaggart has been cycling across the country to promote the idea of wind-assisted vehicles. But the bike he's been riding isn't your typical geared road [...]
The local YMCA's opposition to family memberships for same-gender couples has created a tiff between the organization and gay rights groups.
Doug Landreth, Gay Grassroots president of Northwest [...]
U.S. Congressman Kendrick Meek was in Pensacola on Aug. 7 as part of his "Real Dem Express" tour of the state. The IN caught up with him at the Seville Diner.
Before sitting down for breakfast, Meek [...]
A representative from the Florida Department of Transportation told the Pensacola City Council at its committee meeting last week that the Pensacola "Three-Mile" Bridge will be replaced in the next [...]
BP VP Darryl Willis, who heads the oil giant's claims processing, spoke at a press conference last week, vaguely telling reporters that his company would foot the bill for outstanding damages caused [...]
Escambia County Superintendent of Schools Malcolm Thomas and the Florida Association of District Superintendents aren't happy with the 2010 FCAT results. They believe that the results don't [...]
August 12, 2010 issue
JAN KURTZ The Fiesta of Five Flags Association announced recently that this local artist will be the featured artist for the 33rd annual Pensacola Seafood [...]