Tuesday October 21st 2014
Art Party VIII makes its anticipated return and pulls out all the stops
By Hana Frenette
Pastel colors. Seagulls and sand dunes. Barefooted couples strolling along the shore at sunset. There is [...]
PENSACOLA ICE FLYERS V. MISSISSIPPI SURGE 7 p.m. The Hanger, Pensacola Civic Center, 201 E. Gregory St. 432-0800 or pensacolaiceflyers.com.
‘SEDUCTIVE HOLIDAY SAUCES’ 6 p.m. [...]
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz comes to the Saenger Theatre
By Jennie McKeon
You don’t need to follow the yellow brick road to find “The Wizard of Oz” in Pensacola.
The Broadway production [...]
BOB KERRIGAN Local attorney Bob Kerrigan will be presented with this year’s Tobias Simon Pro Bono Service Award, the highest statewide pro bono award. The award commemorates the late Miami [...]
Technical Support Supervisor of Communications, Mediacom
What is your chief characteristic?
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
Who is your [...]
PENSACOLA IS TOO NICE That is something one doesn’t hear too often. When I read that Bill Young had been caught misrepresenting the support for his Aquarium for Pensacola project, that was my first [...]
Hellogoodbye set to play at Phineas Phogg’s
By Thomas Sorrell
Hellogoodbye, the California-based band known for their catchy, quirky, electronic-based, synth-pop songs such as “Here (in Your [...]
Wine, Dine and Bid at Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Wine Tasting and Art Auction
By Jennie McKeon
It’s not just art for art’s sake.
One of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest [...]
The Independent News has been committed to developing a nurturing environment for the young adults in our community since its inception in July 1999. When community leaders started in 2005 to [...]
Come join us January 28th for Gallery Night. Stroll through the charming brick walkways of Downtown Pensacola where you’ll experience an eclectic array of music, art and cuisine while exploring [...]