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Fun Feed

Old story has good lessons for modern dads

My father seldom took my brothers and me to movies. A child of the Depression, my father hated spending money on entertainment. More...

Style rules for back to school

Back to school fashion changes every year; when August rolls around, everyone starts thinking about what they want their look to be for that year and how they’re going to change their style from the year before. More...

Brightest star of the spring easy to spot

For August 2014, the first quarter moon passes two degrees north of Mars on August 3, and will occult Saturn for all of Australia on August 4, but we will only see a close miss here. More...

Calendar

SavetheDATE!

* First Day of School for Santa Rosa and Escambia Counties The Art of the Brick Through Friday, August 8Pensacola Museum of Art More...

Brace yourself…

it’s time for back to school!

Having an attractive smile is an asset for both adults and children, and the orthodontic offices of Drs. Ed Shehee, Jr., DMD, MS and Chad E. Callahan, DMD, MS have been creating stunning smiles for over 30 years. More...

 

Beach Reading

Navarre Beach inspires author

The thick, salty breeze, warm sand and emerald waters on the beaches of Santa Rosa Island can easily create a haven for beach visitors and full-timers alike. More...

Candidate PROFILES

VOTE AUGUST 26th

Learn more about Santa Rosa’s County’s School Board and County Commission candidates. Karen Aloy Candidate for Santa Rosa County Commissioner District 4 More...

Fishing

Wet your hook offshore

I really can’t believe how fast time flies by these days. It just seems like a few weeks ago we were waiting on warmer waters so the cobia would start showing up. Now its already August and the warmer waters are certainly here. More...

Scalloping offers family-friendly fun

The bay scallop season opens June 28 Interested in Scalloping? While a boat will provide you with the most access to scalloping areas, there are places you can walk to from shore. More...

Happenings

Shoegaz’n retro rock

This month Splash! magazine asked Nic Ruiz, bass player for the local band Glare, what’s on his iPod. More...

Paddle up to wind down

A fter a long day of scattered thunderstorms, intermediary moments of sunlight, and plenty more rain, the gray skies finally turned to blue, and the land was tinted with the yellow light from the wilting sun. More...

August Message Board

Choral Society of Pensacola Auditions Saturday, August 9, 10 p.m. – noonPensacola State CollegeAshmore Fine Arts AuditoriumRoom 801 More...