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The Pelicans Pitch Part 2

The Pelicans Pitch Part 2

By Duwayne Escobedo On Sept. 7, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward appeared twice before Escambia Board of County Commissioners (BCC) to ask for its support to bring a NBA developmental team owned by [...]

Fall Guide—Part 1 Festivals

Fall Guide—Part 1 Festivals

We might be best known for beachy summer vibes, but Pensacola knows how to throw a good fall festival too. Whether you’re a foodie, a yogi or a film critic, there’s guaranteed to be at least one [...]

The Buzz 9/14/17

The Buzz 9/14/17

Irma Wallops Florida Pensacola escaped any significant impact from Hurricane Irma. However, the Pensacola Bay Center served as a shelter for 275 evacuees from south Florida. The News Service of [...]

2017 Snapshot of Pensacola Area

2017 Snapshot of Pensacola Area

By Rick Outzen Last week, the Pensacola Young Professionals released their 10th Annual Quality of Life Survey that showed more people believe Escambia County and the City of Pensacola are heading [...]

Winners & Losers 9/7/17

Winners & Losers 9/7/17

Winners Chad Henderson The Florida Northwest Chapter of the American Institute of Architects honored him with its Patron of the Profession award. Henderson is the CEO of THG Investments, a private [...]

Wish You Were Beer—Perfect Plain Progress

Wish You Were Beer—Perfect Plain Progress

Perfect Plain Brewing Co., coming soon to a spacious 5400-square foot modern brewery, will soon be the newest addition to downtown Pensacola's craft beer scene. Located in the old Vowell's [...]

Wish You Were Beer

Wish You Were Beer

A guide to local brews and booze By Shelby Nalepa A handful of new breweries and one of the area's most popular beer fests are putting Pensacola on the map for craft beer connoisseurs. As more [...]

Bus Union Resists County Takeover

Bus Union Resists County Takeover

By Duwayne Escobedo Escambia County Commission Chairman Doug Underhill wants the county to assume management of Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) operations, cut up to nine routes and eliminate [...]

Outtakes—My Piece of Ole Miss

Outtakes—My Piece of Ole Miss

By Rick Outzen On a cool November day nearly 40 years ago, I stood next to Dr. Porter Fortune, chancellor of the University of Mississippi and the Dean of Students, Dr. Franklin Moak, to lay the [...]

News of the Weird 9/7/17

News of the Weird 9/7/17

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel Wait, What? The People's Liberation Army Daily, a Chinese state-run military newspaper, has declared on its WeChat account that fewer Chinese youth are passing [...]

Fall Movie Preview

Fall Movie Preview

By Daniel Barnes Some movies are so universally craved that it seems redundant to include them on a list of most anticipated films. This Christmas, there is one film that will undoubtedly unite [...]

Wish You Were Beer—The Staples

Wish You Were Beer—The Staples

Pensacola Bay Brewery Since opening in 2010 Pensacola Bay Brewery has been leading the local craft beer movement. Drinking one of their beers is almost like a free history lesson. Co-owners Elliot [...]

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