Sunday September 21st 2014
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 [...]
AQUARIUM FIGHT Bill Young has a big challenge. The Pensacola resident and director of operations of Aquarium of Pensacola must raise $50,000 by Jan. 19 for a feasibility study for his proposed [...]
MEET THE ARTISTS OF ‘LITTLE WOMEN’ 11:30 a.m. The Pensacola Opera Guild will host a “Meet the Artist” Luncheon at Heritage Hall in Seville Quarter. Excerpts from the show will [...]
Local Legal Eagles Predict Practice Areas That Will Heat Up In 2001
By Dustin Toney
More cases involving damages from the BP oil disaster, mortgage fraud and privacy laws in regard to social [...]
BEHIND THE SCENES OF COUNCIL PRESIDENT VOTE
by RICK OUTZEN
The Pensacola City Council chambers were packed Jan. 10 for the swearing in of the city’s first strong mayor and the new council. [...]