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Fun Feed

3 Ps that offer new life behind the wheel

The pickup truck isn’t what it used to be. Trucks used to be used for work, but now eight out of 10 trucks fly past with beds empty, their liner unsullied by dirt except maybe from errands once a year. More...

Southern fall skies appear sparse

e fall back to CST on Sunday, Nov. 2. The moon is full, the Frosty Moon in tradition, on Nov. 6. The last quarter moon passes 5 degrees south of Jupiter, both rising about midnight on Nov. 14. The next new moon is on Nov. More...

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Save the DATE!

November 2nd * Daylight Savings Time EndsNovember 4th * Election DayNovember 11th * Veterans DayNovember 27th * Thanksgiving Day The Great Pumpkin Race More...

Gingerbread Contest Starts A New Holiday Tradition in Downtown Pensacola

Your New Holiday Tradition Can Win You $5,000

With the holiday season approaching, we look forward to the festivities: the parties, gifts, decorations and the food. This year, anyone who loves art and food is invited to start a new holiday tradition with the SOGO Gingerbread Contest. More...

What’s in Store?

Foxy Boutique... caters to the sly, sassy shopper

For the fashion-forward female looking for something cute, sassy and everything girlie, then Foxy Boutique is the one-stop-shop for women of all ages to find the most up-to-date jewelry and fashions at affordable prices. More...

 

Coastal Life

Piracy Along the Gulf Coast

Piracy tied to Florida’s panhandle took place during the first few decades of the 1800s

It seems that every coastal community in our state has a pirate story to tell. More...

Fishing

Fish feeling frisky this fall

I don’t know about you, but I’m really enjoying this fall weather so far. These cooler days with a lot less humidity is just what I’ve been looking for. More...

Live Entertainment

Schumann proves to be fresh, unexpected

For this month’s On miPod music column, Splash! Magazine interviewed Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director, Peter Rubardt to find out what’s on his iPod. More...

Happenings

Gingerbread Contest Starts A New Holiday Tradition in Downtown Pensacola

Your New Holiday Tradition Can Win You $5,000

With the holiday season approaching, we look forward to the festivities: the parties, gifts, decorations and the food. This year, anyone who loves art and food is invited to start a new holiday tradition with the SOGO Gingerbread Contest. More...

The little theater that could

A once-outdated movie theatre in Gulf Breeze is now bustling with activities including film festivals, digital screenings, gourmet food and will add live music in the near future. More...

Pensacola Egg Fest

Check out one of the area’s largest barbecue competitions at the Pensacola Egg Fest. At last year’s event, over 1,000 people attended and sampled food from more than 75 Egg Chefs. What is a Big Green Egg? More...