May 1, 2017 RSS feed / Features

Promenade Your Pooch May 6 at Paws on Palafox

What better way to spend a spring morning than on a walk with a thousand other dog lovers and their furry friends?  More...

Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day Tournament

May 20 - 21 • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day is an event that focuses on both removing the invasive lionfish and making the public more aware of the potential impact this fish can have on marine resources.  The event is always held the first weekend a More...

EATING IN THE FIFTIES

Pasta had not been invented. It was macaroni or spaghetti.  Curry was a surname.  A take-away was a mathematical problem.  Pizza? Sounds like a leaning tower somewhere.  Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time. More...

Veterans Memorial Park and Wall South

Memorial Day Ceremony

Monday, May 28, 11 AM  E. Romana St. & Bayfront Parkway Pensacola  (850) 434-6119   More...

KEEP IT SIMPLE

Grilled Shrimp  Ingredients 16 jumbo shrimp, deveined in shell, raw Extra-virgin olive oil, about 1/2 cup for brushing Coarse salt and black pepper 2 lemons, halved  Directions  Preheat griddle or grill pan over high heat.   More...

SAVE THE DATE! 'FISHING-FOR-AHERO' RODEO

Calling all anglers! Memorial Day weekend 2017 will mark the inaugural ‘Fishing for AHERO’ Fishing Rodeo, May 26-28. More...

Fish Stories

Fish abound ... Get’em while the gettin’s good

May is absolutely my favorite month to fish here along the Gulf Coast. The weather has straightened out into normal patterns, and the water has heated up to nearly summer time temperatures.  More...

Calendar

SavetheDATE!

Christopher’s Concerts  Weekly on Thursday until June 8 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church   More...

ON MOMS' MINDS 50 YEARS AGO

In 1967, moms had lots to think about as they moved through their daily routines. Among the thoughts that might have crossed a busy mother’s mind and been voiced to her friends and family were some like these:  More...

May Outdoor Concert Schedule

BANDS ON THE BEACH  Tuesdays* 7 p.m.* Pensacola Beach Gulfside Pavilion   More...

It’s not your grandparents’ camping experience

Camping in an RV resort park can take all kinds of forms these days – from big expensive RVs to pop up campers to Air Stream rentals for folks who do not have a camper of their own.  More...

A note from the new girl who Breezed in

To tell the truth, it didn’t start off that great. But to be perfectly honest, it’s turned out to be terrific. I’m Glenda Caudle -- the new girl in town. More...

Gulf Breeze Optimist Family Fishing Rodeo May 20-21

The Gulf Breeze Optimist Family Fishing Rodeo returns for its 42nd year May 20-21. This year, over $5,500 in cash and prizes will be awarded. There is a $1,000 cash grand prize. More...

Fashion and fun for a cause

It’s time to think fashionably about the future and to spring into action for the good of the community.  Have a wonderful time doing both at the May 12 “Spring Into Fashion” luncheon at Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church, loc More...

Part 1: Legacy of Spanish Explorers of America

Álvaro de Marichalar tours Historic Pensacola while lecturing in U.S.

Our community loves the throne position as America’s First Settlement. The pride is evident in the University of West Florida Trust Historic Pensacola properties, as well as in signage, markers and monuments that pay homage to our past. More...

Don’t get passed by. Read the rules.

The pass to get across the Bob Sikes Bridge to get to Pensacola Beach without paying $1 each trip will go down in price from $50 to $20 Monday, May 1. However, that beach pass is NOT a SunPass. It is only connected to a Sun Pass. More...

Stargazing

Stargazing possibilities are bright

For May 2017, the moon is first quarter on May 2. The waxing gibbous moon passes two degrees north of Jupiter in the southeast twilight sky on May 7. The full moon – the rose or strawberry moon – is on May 10. More...