Pensacola has always been a melting pot. From the Spanish, French and British who colonized the area in the 16th and 17th centuries to the waves of Southeast Asian and Hispanic immigrants who have settled here in more recent years, ...
Trippin’ Out with Dr. John
By Jessica Forbes For decades now, Dr. John has served as the primary sultan-shaman of New Orleans funk and he wears the crown (and the headdresses) like no one else. The musical trips he’s taken, always inspired by the culture of ...
The NY Times dissects the ins and outs of the Tea Party candidates and what they need to do to bridge the gap of the Republican party. Article
Join United Way of Escambia County for their campaign kick-off party on Sept. 13 from 5-6:30 p.m. at Sanders Beach Community Center, 913 S. I Street, sponsored by International Paper and [...]
Jonathan Franzen’s new novel “Freedom” (It’s about time!) was officially released today, and we couldn’t be happier. Franzen’s fourth novel is rumored to be very similar to 2001’s [...]
Pensacola Opera is proud to announce its 28th season of professional opera for Northwest Florida. Performances include Mark Adamo's "Little Women" and Puccini's Turandot at the Pensacola Saenger [...]
Who has been arrested in the past 24 hours? Here are our picks for worst charges and strangest photos.
The St. Pete Times reports that U.S. Senate hopeful Charlie Crist (I) has made some significant changes in his political stance since last week—more so than usual. Article