Saturday November 29th 2014
by Kate Peterson
Art historian and artist John Bott will speak on the topic of “Women in Art” at the Pensacola Museum of Art on the evening of Nov. 18. Bott grew up in Magnolia Springs, Ala., [...]
Seeds of Hope 5K Community Walk to Recognize National Survivors of Suicide Day
by Bradley “Beej” Davis Jr.
In life, we’re conditioned to prepare. Albeit for an exam, work presentation or [...]
Brooklyn-based Dieselboy is one of the best known DJs in American drum and bass—and he’s coming to Pensacola.
Dieselboy is the first American to be voted into the U.K.-based Drum & Bass [...]
Chiropractic Physician; Clinic Director, Olde Seville Chiropractic
What is your chief characteristic?
Kindness and a true desire to help others
What do you appreciate most [...]
5TH ANNUAL BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU PARTY 6-8 p.m. Taste and buy Beaujolais Nouveau as you enjoy live French music, French onion soup and door prizes. La Masion d’Elodie, 824 E. La Rua [...]
Winterfest brings snow and Santa Claus to downtown Pensacola
BY Jennie McKeon
Sometimes it’s hard to get into the Christmas spirit when you live in Florida. That’s why the people behind [...]
Cinema 4 Presents Pensacola Film Festival
By Jennie McKeon
If you’re not interested in seeing the latest installment of the “Harry Potter” series, or you just want something to take your [...]
Monday, Nov. 8
Gov. Charlie Crist announces he is considering a posthumous pardon to Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors, who was convicted of sex crimes in a Miami court in 1970.
Surreal Estate: Sixty-two percent of the 12 million people of Mumbai, India, live in slums, but the city is also home to Mukesh Ambani’s 27-story private residence (37,000 square feet, 600 [...]
Mark your calendars: modern avant-garde art icon Christo is coming to town in February. You aren't going to want to miss this.
He'll be giving a lecture at the Saenger:
Saturday, February [...]