Monday November 24th 2014
Recreation Supervisor, City of Pensacola
What is your chief characteristic?
What do you appreciate most about your friends?
Who is your favorite hero in [...]
Erick Lyle, author of On the Lower Frequencies: A Secret History of the City. He's an activist that has worked in San Francisco, Miami, and New York. Being a media activist, he has written [...]
Kid Rock performs at the Pensacola Civic Center
Review by Kate Peterson
Valentines night came alive, at the Pensacola Civic Center, for the Kid Rock’s Born Free tour. His opening acts were: [...]
ZARZAUR LAW ANNOUNCES VICTORY IN ETHICON ENDO-SURGERY LAWSUIT
Civil Jury Awards $9.3 Million to Plaintiff Paul McGowan Over Surgical Stapling Device Manufactured by Ethicon Endo-Surgery, [...]
Since his first week in office, Mayor Ashton Hayward has issued press releases on what he has accomplished each week. The nosy cubicle of the political investigation wing of the downtown Pensacola [...]
REDISTRICTING POINT MAN TALKS CANDIDLY
By Rick Outzen
State Sen. Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) must have upset Senate President Mike Haridopolos. The former Okaloosa County Superintendent of Schools [...]
‘SHORT ATTENTION SPAN THEATRE’ 7:30 p.m. Love, hate, friendship and comedy. $10-$17. Pensacola Little Theatre, 400 S. Jefferson St. 432-2042 or pensacolalittletheatre.com.
Pensacola Little Theatre presents “Short Attention Span Theatre”
By Jennie McKeon
For guys out there who are dreading the pressure that comes with planning a perfect Valentine’s Day date, [...]
Inside The Hayward Transition Process
by Rick Outzen
Vinyl Music Hall was packed Nov. 2, 2010. The crowd was an eclectic mix of people–old, young, black, white, white collar and blue collar. [...]
TOO MUCH PAPERWORK Real estate agents, and their sellers, are under a county mandate requiring all sellers of property to disclose that there is an airport nearby, and what noise level the airport is [...]