Tuesday December 6th 2016
Hope for the Holidays
By Jennifer Leigh
Every holiday season, it's important to spread a little cheer—and hope—to those less fortunate. This year is no different.
Something as simple as a plate of food or a children's toy gift-wrapped in bright, shiny paper can make all ...
By Jennifer Leigh
When you tune into WWUF 88.1 on a Saturday afternoon to listen to NPR's "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me" and hear Paula Poundstone on the panel you know it's going to be a good day.
But after 37 years, ...
Resisting the Savior Mentality
By C. S. Satterwhite
Author Jordan Flaherty came to activism when he was a teenager.
"My first protest was when I was 16," said Flaherty. "It was in support of friends who were expelled from school for organizing against sexual assault."
Years later, ...
Mr. Gaetz Goes to Washington
By Rick Outzen
A little less than a month ago, State Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach) was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, beating Democrat Steven Specht 69%-31%. He is only the fifth person, and third Republican, to represent ...
Still Waters Day & Medical Spa
20 N. Tarragona St., 432-6772,
Still Waters Day & Medical Spa offers world class spa treatments and medical aesthetic [...]
DeLuna Fest tickets at the advanced price of $159.95 are almost sold out.
According to the DeLuna team, they have a very limited quantity of tickets at this price still available, and once [...]
LILY WHITE LEADERSHIP Ten years ago civil rights leaders protested the lack of African-American teachers in the Escambia County School District. Although one out of three of its students were [...]
Open Books has more books than they have room for right now, so they are hosting a sidewalk sale on Saturday. All sale books will be priced to move at $1 or less. openbookspcola.org [...]
By Kate Peterson
Guitar World magazine ranks Eric Johnson’s “Cliffs of Dover” as number 17 out of the 100 all-time greatest guitar solos. The same song is the winning song for the game [...]
Name: Georgia Adams Langerfeld
Day Job: Copy Editor at the Pensacola News Journal
Pensacola Resident Since: Born here in 1983, moved to Milton, Fla. when I was 15, and moved back to Pensacola two [...]
Summer is here again, and has been since it unapologetically dethroned spring in early March. If you’re like me, you’re just now adjusting your eating habits—and not for “bikini season.” [...]
What to Do With the Truth?
By Mary Jo Melone
Could the facts really be heeded for once? Or will they end up in the same bin as global warming, where all unpleasant facts go?
The Tampa Bay [...]
by Chuck Shepherd
Chinese High-Tech Answer to Red Bull Chinese media reported that on May 4th, at the Xiaogan Middle School in Hubei province, high school students studying for the all-important [...]
Razor Wire Blues
Where is Oakwood Terrace Apartments? The girl walking down the street doesn’t know. She scrunches her face into a confused grimace.
How about Truman Arms? There’s a spark [...]