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The University of West Florida is continuing the RadioLive series this month with singer/songwriters Bob Patterson, Flagship Romance, and Lon and Lis Williamson. RadioLive is a monthly, acoustic variety concert produced by WUWF Public Media, held on the first Thursday of each month.
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July 1, 2015 RSS feed / Features

RadioLive

Thursday, July 2nd at 6 p.m.

The University of West Florida is continuing the RadioLive series this month with singer/songwriters Bob Patterson, Flagship Romance, and Lon and Lis Williamson. More...

Kicking out the spacey, southern-fried jams with Post Pluto

Five young men from Gulf Breeze are reinvigorating the familiar jam band structure with energetic grooves, powerful pop dynamics, and a heavy dose of southern flavor. More...

Go Outdoors

A quiet stroll along the Johnson Beach Discovery Trail, a camping trip at the Gulf Islands National Seashore, or a canoe trip at Big Lagoon State Park – Perdido Key has it all when it comes to outdoor adventures. More...

The NaTioNal FlighT academy:

Math, Science, and Rescue Missions

You cross the gangway with dozens of your peers from all over the country, unsure of what lies in store but excited by the possibilities. More...

It’s back... Classic Movie Night at the Saenger

The Saenger Classic Movie Series will kick off Saturday, July 11 at 7 p.m. with the 1950 black and white comedy, “Father of the Bride,” starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor. More...

Reggie Evans Pro Athlete Charity Softball Game

Join Pensacola native Reggie Evans from the Sacramento Kings and other pro-athletes on Saturday, July 18 at Blue Wahoos Stadium for a softball game to benefit the Reggie Evans Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing needed resources More...

On miPod

What’s all the Kunfuzion going around?

For this month’s On MiPod music column, Mass Kunfuzion percussionist Gerald Adcox gave Splash! Magazine the latest update on the area music scene and what’s on his iPod. More...

Fish Stories

Get your snapper and grouper while season lasts

Summer is officially here and so is red snapper season. This has absolutely been the best weather condition that we have experienced for the past three years and the snappers are biting like wild fire. More...

Calendar

SavetheDATE!

July 4 Independence Day

Blue Angels Practice Wednesday, July 1, 11:30 a.m.Tuesday, July 14, 11:30 a.m.Museum of Naval Aviation,NAS Pensacola More...

July Outdoor Concert Schedule

BANDS ON THE BEACHTuesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.Gulfside Pavilion, Pensacola BeachJuly 7 Johnny Earthquake and The Moondogs(High-energy rock, R&B, swing, funk, soul, zydeco & country) More...

DESTINation this Summer:

Big Kahuna’s!

Get your bathing suits ready – Big Kahuna’s is open from May 2nd to September 7th. The Emerald Coasts’ Largest Water Park invites you to enjoy tubes, slides, rides with family and friends throughout the 2015 summer Season. More...

Work toward Your Own Financial Independence Day

It’s almost the Fourth of July — time for fireworks, picnics and a reflection on all the liberties we possess in this country. More...

What’s in a name?

Post Pluto named themselves in reference to the scientific community’s decision to reclassify Pluto as a dwarf planet in 2006. More...

A decade of friendly service

at The UPS Store in Gulf Breeze

Linda and Walter Schiessl have always thought outside of the box. It’s what enabled them to leave the cold winters of Wisconsin to move to sunny Florida to start a new venture. More...

Red, White & Blues Air Show

The Red, White and Blues Air Show is a major highlight of the summer on Pensacola Beach, and an annual ritual for many locals and visitors who travel by boat, car, bicycle and skateboard to get a great spot for the air show. More...

Saint Paul’s Stained Glass Concert Series

The inaugural season of Saint Paul’s Stained Glass Concert Series is underway, as the monthly program features an evening of some of the area’s most talented musicians. More...

O'Pinions

Bad Alabama idea

For years, people complained that there was nothing to do in downtown Pensacola. Now downtown Pensacola is booming with activity and business — and some people are complaining about traffic, parking and activities that draw big crowds. More...

Stargazing

Two full moons to happen in July

For July 2015, the Moon will be Full Moon. The Hay or Thunder Moon, is on Thursday, July 2. The last quarter moon rises about midnight on Wednesday, July 8. The moon is new on Thursday, July 16. More...