Wednesday December 7th 2016
STIFLING THE REGULATORS Al Armendariz, a top Environmental Protection Agency official for his Region 6, which includes New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana, has resigned over a [...]
By Sarah McCartan
Meet Isles—the newest dreamy musical number in town. While the band possesses a certain laid-back demeanor and whimsical charm, get ready because this well-equipped quintet is [...]
‘A ROADTRIP THROUGH FLORIDA ARCHAEOLOGY’ 10 a.m. DARC, 207 E. Main St. 595-0050, ext. 107 or flpublicarchaeology.org/darc.php.
‘GARDEN OF EDEN’ 10 a.m. through Jun 2. [...]
By Ashley Hardaway
In China, they’re lightly floured before being deep-fried and served with beer. In Russia, they’re soaked in milk and then boiled in broth that’s been flavored with dill [...]
Name: Justin Spence
Day Job: Outside Sales Representative for Ram Tool & Supply Co.
Pensacola Resident Since: October 2005
Good Eats: I love sushi, and Tuesday nights at Fish House and Atlas [...]
By Kate Peterson
You may or may not be of Hispanic descent – but you can still celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the best of them. On Saturday, May 5, Dustin Sharp has something special planned for [...]
Council Upset Again While it eventually green-lighted the Pen Air deal, the Pensacola City Council let it be known that it was not pleased about the circumstances.
“Delighted to support the deal [...]
Students give back to A.A. Dixon
By Jennie McKeon
Most high school students plan their summer vacation around trips to the beach and music festivals. But for Sara Papantonio and Mollie Johnson, [...]
By Kate Peterson
Raspy, powerful voice, tough life, political activist, television star and country music genius – that is Steve Earle, and we are lucky enough to have him coming to play for us. [...]
Michigan singer/songwriter is Paul Baribeau is kicking off his Florida tour Wednesday night at Sluggo's. During the tour he's mixing it up with special guests Busman's Holiday, Super Bobby and [...]