Monday September 1st 2014
This Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, please join Open Books, Prison Book Project and members of the New Poets Society as we host a celebration of the life and struggles of Dr. Martin Luther King, [...]
“Fair Food: Field to Table” is a film promoting a more socially just food system in the U.S. Through the stories and voices of farmworkers, growers, businesses and fair food advocates, viewers [...]
PERDIDO BAY TRIBE RECEIVES 2011 GOODWÖRKS GRANT
Marketing grant has provided more than $1 million in services to area non-profits who cannot afford an agency.
Ideawörks announced its 2011 [...]
Imagine having a few drinks, socializing with fellow colleagues, and hearing the 18 most innovative ideas your community has to offer in just a few hours on a Tuesday night... Yeah, that’s what [...]
IMPATIENCE I know that patience is a virtue, but could impatience also be one? Since it is one of my character traits, it most likely is not.
Pensacola likes to play it safe. We study, hire [...]
TAG UWF is opening their spring semester with PAPERWORKS 2011—a national exhibition juried by New Orleans curator and gallerist Mia Kaplan.
Paperworks features twenty-one works from thirteen [...]
Free film screening of “Howl” to be held at Artel Gallery
by Hana Frenette
Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” inspired and awakened a generation. Its talk of angel-headed hipsters, jazz, [...]
By Chuck Sheppard
A now-10-year-old church in Denver ministers to (as contemplated by 1 Corinthians 4:11-13) the homeless, the reviled, and the persecuted and formally named itself after the [...]
Pensacola Bay Brewery presents the area’s newest craft beer venture
by Will Strickland
It has taken an entire generation, but citizens of the United States are finally starting to understand [...]
The Law Office of John F. Asmar, P.A.
1306 E. Cervantes St., 432-3864,
Before creating his own Firm in Pensacola, Mr. Asmar practiced Land Use, Governmental, Environmental and [...]