Tuesday September 2nd 2014
ESCAMBIA COUNTY INCUMBENTS HOLD ON TO OFFICES IN AUG. 24 PRIMARY
by Rick Outzen
Escambia County isn’t ready to kick out the incumbents, according to the 2010 primary results. Unlike years ago [...]
Surviving The Economy, Pensacola and The Free World As A 20-Something
by Sean Boone
Through the thick smoke and dim lights of Sir Richard’s pub you’ll spot the usual suspects.
Around 9 [...]
Escambia Bay Homebrewers Club Hosts Festival In Its 15th Year
by Bradley “Beej” Davis, Jr.
Quite possibly a beer drinker’s nirvana, The Emerald Coast Beer Festival this weekend will be [...]
Monday, Aug. 23
A petition to stop development of the multi-use stadium at the Community Maritime Park is ruled invalid by city staff. City Manager Al Coby tells petitioners that the petition would [...]
BOYCOTT LOCAL BUSINESSES Having lived downtown for the better part of my 28 years, I’ve become very familiar with the problems that have hindered our poor community from reaching its potential. [...]
BP BETRAYAL The day after the Aug. 24 primary, I stood in the middle of a throng of 250 laid-off oil response workers. It was a blistering hot day on the unforgiving asphalt parking lot at the Fort [...]
T-SHIRT NIGHT 7 p.m. Half-price drinks when wearing a Shaker shirt. Sandshaker Lounge, Pensacola Beach Blvd., Pensacola Beach. 932-2211 or sandshakerlounge.com.
Jamaica Comes To Pensacola For This Year’s Jamaican Festival
By Jennie McKeon
It’s time to dust off your Bob Marley records, put your hair in dreadlocks and spread peace and love at the [...]
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT The Panhandle Charitable Open will be held Oct. 1-2 at the Marcus Pointe Golf Club. The two-man, best-ball tournament has raised thousands of dollars for local charities [...]
by Chuck Shepherd's
Updates In 2007 News of the Weird highlighted the clothes cults of impoverished Congo: “In (the country that) has lost an estimated 4 million people in the civil wars of the [...]