Keeping Up With The Foodies
Updates from Pensacola’s Always Changing Restaurant Scene Say It Ain't So... Hip Pocket Deli, arguably Warrington's most popular lunch spot, is shutting its doors this month. And it’s not because people have stopped eating sandwiches. The state has acquired the property ...
Grassroots Efforts Tackle Corruption
By Ben Sheffler Ongoing grassroots movements to put an end to government corruption are gaining momentum and happening close to home. Move to Amend, a nonpartisan coalition of nearly 400,000 people and hundreds of organizations, is trying to gain enough traction to ...
Students for Suicide Awareness and the Lambda Beta chapter of Sigma Chi are hosting the first annual Seeds of Hope 5K Community Walk for National Survivors of Suicide Day on Saturday, Nov. 20 at 9 [...]
On Friday, October 15, 2010, Culinary Productions, Inc. will host Gourmet Dinner Night from 6 p.m.–until at 5Eleven Palafox, located at 511 S. Palafox St. The event will include a gourmet buffet [...]
Living here on the Gulf Coast, cooking Southern slow food is must, especially in cooler weather. On Oct. 20, Chef Irv Miller of Jackson’s will walk you through perfecting Southern slow-cooked [...]
Indigeaux Denim Bar and Boutique, located at 122 S. Palafox, will be opening early November, with a Grand Opening Gallery Night, Friday, Nov.19. Indigeaux is a boutique for the young woman or the [...]
Join Pensacola Opera for the first Salon Series concert of its 28th Season. Baritone Kenneth Overton, who thrilled audiences as Joe in “Show Boat,” will perform at the bayfront home of Victoria [...]