June 1, 2017 RSS feed / Features

Across the Atlantic on a PWC Legacy of Spanish Explorer, Part 2

Last month, we introduced you to Álvaro de Marichalar y Sáenz de Tejada, an Extreme Explorer whose passion for history -- both Spain’s and ours -- thrilled many armchair adventurers. More...

Big wheels roll in the sand

Ready to tell someone they can’t share the beach with you on a glorious summer day? A day when the water is a gorgeous tumbling gem in splashing shades of blue, green and violet with lacy white edging.  More...

Healthy summer eating

Try this for easy prep, good taste and healthy choices.

Squash-y Treat  1 pound fresh yellow squash  1 medium sized sweet onion  1 large carton fat-free chicken broth  1 tablespoon butter  Salt and pepper  Rinse squash and cut off ends. Slice into 1/8-inch rounds. More...

Local HIV advocate headed to Africa

For the last three decades, Doug Landreth has dedicated his life to educating the public about preventing HIV/AIDS, performing HIV tests and providing services for those who are impacted by the disease in northwest Florida.  Come July, Landreth More...

Fish Stories

Family fun awaits at the end of a pole

It’s time to celebrate because summer is here and school is out. Family vacations, going to the beach and wetting a hook are just a small part of summer fun.  More...

Calendar

SavetheDATE!

Christopher’s Concerts Weekly on Thursdays until June 8, 6-8 p.m. St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Pensacola Free family-friendly concert series on the lawn. Concessions available. More...

All kinds of SHENANIGANS!

“Hey Farva. What’s the name of that More...

JUNE OUTDOOR CONCERTS

BANDS ON THE BEACH Tuesdays 7p.m. Pensacola Beach Gulfside Pavilion Free concerts. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. Not pets or glass allowed. More...

History of Father's Day

Mother’s Day (1914) preceded Father’s Day in terms of recognition as a widely celebrated and officially acknowledged holiday in the  United States. More...

That's Write

Homophone hangups

Welcome to “That’s Write,” the column devoted to helping you understand the intricacies, tricky parts and problem-prone areas of the English language. Visit each month and learn what is correct and why it is so. More...

I've got friends in wet places... MEET THE BOTTLENOSE DOPHIN

“There is a very strong affinity that most of us feel towards dolphins,” says Robert Turpin, a marine biologist and diver who is the manager of Escambia County Marine Resources Division. More...

Grilled Shrimp Scampi

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Stargazing

Waning moon gives nod to Venus’ splendor

The moon will be first quarter on June 1. The waxing gibbous moon will pass two degrees north of Jupiter on June 3 for our local Pavilion Gaze. The full moon, the honey moon, is on June 9. More...