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Safeguarding the Gulf’s Coral

Safeguarding the Gulf’s Coral

By Jeremy Morrison A few years ago, Hillary Skowronski was diving the Andros Barrier Reef in the Bahamas. Running for 190 miles and dropping 6,000 feet into what’s known as the Tongue of the [...]

The Buzz 6/14/18

The Buzz 6/14/18

Fixing Cervantes On Wednesday, June 6, an infant and an adult were killed trying to cross West Cervantes Street near M Street when they were hit by a white Dodge Challenger. The child’s mother was [...]

An Odd Meeting at Fricker

An Odd Meeting at Fricker

By Sammi Sontag Pensacola City Councilwoman Jewel Cannada-Wynn held an atypical town hall meeting for her District 7 on May 31 at the Fricker Resource Center. The meeting wasn’t advertised on [...]

Calendar 6/7/18

Calendar 6/7/18

THURSDAY 6.7 NATIONAL ADOPT A SHELTER CAT MONTH Through the month of June. All cat and kitten adoptions are $20. Escambia County Animal Shelter, 200 W. Fairfield Drive. myescambia.com DISCOVER [...]

News of the Weird 6/7/18

News of the Weird 6/7/18

By the Editors at Andrews McMeel It's a Dead Language In Charleston, South Carolina, Cara Koscinski and her whole family were looking forward to her son Jacob's May 19 graduation party. The Post [...]

‘New Name, New Sounds’

‘New Name, New Sounds’

By Joshua Dylan Carroll The first signs of summer trigger an annual metamorphosis in Pensacola’s DIY community. The influx of visitors fuel hectic workdays, with surges of success and stress for [...]

Outtakes—Words of Advice

Outtakes—Words of Advice

By Rick Outzen On Thursday, June 7, I will participate in the Greater Pensacola Chamber’s Campaign School, a program to help local candidates. The speakers include Escambia County Supervisor of [...]

Save the Date

Save the Date

By Jennie McKeon Who doesn’t wish they could re-do their prom night? Thanks to FemFest, that wish has come true. Pensacola FemFest founder Kirsten Norris said the idea for a prom night [...]

On The Lookout

On The Lookout

Summer Events Worth Getting Into A Routine For Sometimes the things that make summer summer—like longer days and rising temperatures—are also the things that make it hard to get through. But [...]

VTMAE Era Begins

VTMAE Era Begins

By Sammi Sontag After years of combined community effort, Pensacola landed a new aerospace engineering facility, VT Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Inc. (VTMAE). And on Friday, June 8, the company [...]

Winners & Losers 6/7/18

Winners & Losers 6/7/18

Winners Buzz Ritchie Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Centers hired Ritchie as its vice president of Children’s Programs and Development. Ritchie is past CEO/chair of Gulf Coast Community [...]

The Buzz 6/7/18

The Buzz 6/7/18

Appleyard Signed Blue Wahoos Owner Quint Studer announced last Friday that the team had signed 95-year-old John Appleyard to a five-year, no-cut contract as a color announcer for the Sunday Blue [...]

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