Thursday October 30th 2014
From Miss University of Alabama to a franchisee of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK, Leila Holley knows she’s up for anything in her lasted endeavor.
Holley, and her business partner David Richardson [...]
GOV. RICK SCOTT Since the BP tar balls began hitting its shores, Northwest Florida has asked the state government for help. Millions of BP dollars have been eaten up by the state [...]
KEEPING DREAMS ALIVE “I am about to lose my dream, my spiritual mission, my passion and my many loyal and dear friends” is how Jerry Mistretta, owner of Jerry’s Cajun Cafe and Market on Ninth [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Leading Economic Indicator The government of Romania, attempting both to make amends for historical persecution of fortune-telling “witches” and to collect more tax revenue, [...]
PMA CULTURE CLUB 5-7:30 p.m. Culture Club is open to the public and free of charge. Join the crowd for great music, and great art. Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St. 432-6247 [...]
Covenant Hospice offers an array of events in March
By Jennie McKeon
It’s March madness at Covenant Hospice. Whether you’re looking to square dance or waltz, you can have a good time for a [...]
Rockabilly, Americana group to perform at WSRE’s ‘StudioAmped’ this weekend
by Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr.
She’s not a tall drink of water; she’s Betsy Badwater, and you’ll [...]
I am a Navy pilot training at NAS Pensacola. The Officers’ Club on base is named after a man called Mustin. What did he do?
Henry C. Mustin [...]
Stephanie E. Knight
LMT and Owner of Escape Wellness Spa
What is your chief characteristic?
Empathy. I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt first, almost to a fault.
Who is your [...]
Helping the homeless and hungry in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties
By Jennie McKeon
For Bob, homelessness was not a choice. A Vietnam veteran, Bob had his own business, two houses and a brand [...]