Thursday September 29th 2016
Getting Out The Vote
Local Campaign Volunteers On Why This November Matters
By Shelby Smithey
Behind every campaign is a group of people who fully dedicate themselves to their party and candidate. Whether staunchly Republican or Democrat, these people push the campaign forward and make ...
Keeping With Tradition
By Jennifer Leigh
The mission of the Russian Grand Ballet is to celebrate the traditions of classical ballet, said Artistic Director, Constantine Pinchuk.
So it's no surprise that the touring company will be performing the timeless "Swan Lake" as they stop in ...
A Seat at the Table
By Eurydice Stanley
When asked if he participated in the sit-ins that desegregated Pensacola, 91-year-old Civil Rights Activist Howard King responded simply, "While they were at the counter, we were at the table."
His statement reflects the symbiotic relationship of successful grassroots ...
Veterans Tell Their VA Stories
By Rick Outzen
In mid-September, Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) launched a new platform, MyVAstory.org, for military veterans to share their experiences with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Since then, hundreds of veterans have posted their stories to the website.
"We want ...
By Hana Frenette
More than 10 years ago, Scott Novota started making and selling collectible, hand-blown glass pumpkins in his back yard. They ranged in size, color and complexity, but each one had the special seal of approval from Novota, his ...
Steve Marcanio Superintendent Malcolm Thomas has named his Director of Middle School Education as the new Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. Marcanio has worked for the [...]
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What You Don’t Learn in Law School
By Jennie McKeon
Inside the offices of the State Attorney and Public Defender in Pensacola is where many young lawyers, fresh off the graduation stage, really [...]
Opening night of Puccini's operatic masterpiece "Madama Butterfly" is next weekend (Friday, Jan. 20) at the Saenger, but you can get into the spirit early—Pensacola Museum of Art [...]
By Dan Fugate
With a metro population approaching 500,000, there are a lot of people commuting in and around Pensacola. There are domestics, imports, luxury cars, exotic racers, SUVs, compacts and [...]
Attorney at Sellers, Skievaski & Stevenson
Good eats: Favorite sushi in town is Sumo Sushi at the Carlton Palms, the daily specials are well priced, the [...]
By Hana Frenette
Not everyone can spawn a career off of covers they’ve done of their favorite songs.
Colin Caulfield, aka, Young Man talks about the technical uses of playing cover songs, and [...]
SICK FROM SPILL? Researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) will be in Pensacola on Jan. 18 to speak with the community about the Gulf Long -Term Follow-up Study [...]
Who Will Provide Natural Gas to Pensacola Beach?
By Jeremy Morrison
Pensacola City Attorney Jim Messer rattled off rapid-fire Spanish, before clarifying the translation: Danza de la Muerte, or [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Obsessions: (1) Don Aslett, 76, recently opened the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho, as the culmination of a lifelong devotion to tidying up. Highlights are several hundred [...]
FRUSTRATED HATERS The Haters were celebrating last summer. Finally–they thought with glee–the Studers were getting bashed by the daily newspaper. The News Journal, in its self-proclaimed role as [...]