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Welcome to Spring Break on Pensacola Beach - Trip Advisor’s #5 most beautiful beach in the US! March, April and May are the best months to visit, according to their users.
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Approximately 5,000 participants will descend upon Ates Ranch on Saturday, March 7 to participate in Tough Mudder, an obstacle course challenge that is the ultimate test of strength, grit, stamina and teamwork. This 10+ mile course will feature entirely new and updated obstacles.
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The University of West Florida is continuing their Radio Live series this month with notable singer-songwriters Ed Gerhard, Louise Mosrie and Cliff Eberhardt.
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For four magnificent days in March the large, flat, unremarkable field behind
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There are many marvelous mysteries and the Moon is one that evokes emotions, legends and lore. It is also a valuable gauge for garden planting. The basic principle for planting by the moon is fairly simple. Plant above ground crops when the moon is getting bigger and below ground crops when it is getting smaller.
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Throw away your golf balls and clubs and make room for flying discs. The game of disc golf has soared in popularity, and there are several free courses in this area. Played much like traditional golf, the first shot of each hole, called a drive, is made from the tee area. Every shot after the drive must be made from the spot where the disc previously landed.
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Every now and then a gift shop will come along that sets a standard for others to look up to. A place that you know you are somewhere special as soon as you step into its doors. A place that is welcoming to the point that you forget you are shopping. Gulf Breeze has had its own place like that for 25 years, and it is the Blue Sky Gift Shoppe.
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If you have a hankering for gumbo and want to help send local students to college, come on out to Shoreline Park in Gulf Breeze from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 21st for the tenth annual Gulf Breeze Rotary Gumbo Cook-Off.
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March 1, 2015 RSS feed / Features

Southern Roots

For four magnificent days in March the large, flat, unremarkable field behind More...

Disc Crazy

Throw away your golf balls and clubs and make room for flying discs. The game of disc golf has soared in popularity, and there are several free courses in this area. More...

Are you ready for some Gumbo!

If you have a hankering for gumbo and want to help send local students to college, come on out to Shoreline Park in Gulf Breeze from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 21st for the tenth annual Gulf Breeze Rotary Gumbo Cook-Off. More...

Ballet Pensacola’s ‘Aladdin’ ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown: The Broadway Musical’

Ballet Pensacola’s final performance of the season, “Aladdin,” is a tale of love, trickery, and triumph and is sure to excite audiences of all ages. More...

Paddy O'Leary's: An Irishman's Pub

By Melanie Kormondy For a bar that’s known as the place where “fun begins and never ends,” Paddy O’Leary’s Irish Pub is the place to be for everything Irish on Santa Rosa Island. More...

On miPod

Go on a journey with The Decemberists

For this month’s On MiPod Column, SPLASH! Magazine editor Melanie Kormondy shares what’s on her ipod More...

Fish Stories

Are you ready for some good fishing?

I have been waiting all winter and finally the time has come to see more daylight hours. These longer days should start increasing the seawater temperatures and you know what that means. Great fishing ahead! More...

Calendar

SavetheDate!

March 8 * Daylight Savings Time BeginsMarch 17 * St. Patrick’s DayMarch 20 * First Day of Spring ‘Night Watch’ More...

Tough Mudder takes on Milton

Approximately 5,000 participants will descend upon Ates Ranch on Saturday, March 7 to participate in Tough Mudder, an obstacle course challenge that is the ultimate test of strength, grit, stamina and teamwork. More...

RadioLive

The University of West Florida is continuing their Radio Live series this month with notable singer-songwriters Ed Gerhard, Louise Mosrie and Cliff Eberhardt. More...

Enjoy success with moon phase gardening

There are many marvelous mysteries and the Moon is one that evokes emotions, legends and lore. It is also a valuable gauge for garden planting. The basic principle for planting by the moon is fairly simple. More...

What’s in Store?

Blue Sky Gift Shoppe... here for every special occasion

Every now and then a gift shop will come along that sets a standard for others to look up to. A place that you know you are somewhere special as soon as you step into its doors. More...

Lumberjack, Flower and Garden Festival

For the first time in many years, the 27th annual Forestry Conclave and Lumberjack Festival includes a two-day flower and garden show at Pensacola State College’s Milton campus, 5988 Highway 90. More...

Outdoor Movie Nights

Flicks on the Field

Each Friday in March, families are invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy a movie under the stars during Santa Rosa County’s “Flicks on the Field.” starting at 7 p.m. More...

O'Pinions

Pensacola good then, better now

March is always one of my favorite months. I was born in March. Spring comes in March, daylight lengthens and the sun glows longer and brighter. And I moved to Pensacola in a March — March 1978, to be precise. More...

Stargazing

The Grass Moon’s prelude to Spring

For March 2015, the waxing gibbous moon passes 5 degrees south of Jupiter in the evening sky on Tuesday, March 3. The Moon will be full on Thursday, March 5; this is the Grass Moon. More...

Fun & Games

King Crossword Answers

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Mega Maze

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Caprio's Kitchen

the place for a Philly Cheesesteak

Pensacola Beach’s newest eatery, Caprio’s Kitchen, is just what the island needed. Hot sandwiches, delicious breakfasts and a late closing time, the food from Caprio’s Kitchen will leave you satisfied and coming back for more. More...