May 1, 2010 RSS feed / Features

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The Hangout Hosts First Beach, Music, & Arts Festival

As if an amazing weekend spent on the beaches of the Gulf Coast wasn’t nice enough, music fans can experience the first ever large scale music festival on the beach at The Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival. More...

‘Friends’ welcome back Bands on the Beach

On Saturday, May 1, step back into the music scene of the 1960s, as Robert Foster, known as "the best guitar talent in Pensacola,” will be joined by a group of past band members to celebrate the musical movement that consumed Pensacola in the More...

Shopping

What’s IN in 2010

What’s in your closet? Will you look be heralded as being in style or dismissed as being “so 2009?” Before you shop, take a look at what’s making news in 2010:   What’s in for Her:   More...

Dining

Everything tastes better with A waterfront view

Our area is well-known for its natural beauty resplendent with beautiful crystal clear waters and powdery white beaches. More...

Nightlife

Fun when the sun is down!

Bimini Beach Bar: 400 Quietwater Beach Road Pensacola Beach (850) 934-4747 Sun., May 2: Ronnie Levine 2 p.m. Fri., May 7: Road Apple 7 p.m. Sat., May 8: Three Amigos 7 p.m. Sun., May 9: Ronnie Levine 2::30 p.m. Fri., May 14: Three Amigos 7 p.m. More...

Fish Stories

This month, ‘May the good fishing be yours’

There has been a lot of activity both inshore and offshore lately. We have had folks from Oklahoma, Louisiana. Michigan, Arkansas and Alabama aboard The Entertainer. More...

Home

The Downtown turnaround of Belmont-DeVilliers

Big things are happening in what was once the hub of business, culture and entertainment for the black community of Pensacola.  More...

Readers will find it hard to leave ‘The Killing Zone’

Book Review of THE KILLING ZONE: Evil's Playground By Nelson O. Ottenhausen

The purpose of any book is to get you to turn the page. From the first kill in Ottenhausen's The Killing Zone (2007), the author hooks us into a journey with twists and turns and unpredictable unfoldings.   More...

Flight of Honor

 Vets, guardians travel to Washington, D.C., for overdue salute to those who’ve served

I mmersed in its own hustle-bustle environment, life in Washington, D.C., rarely slows down for anyone or anything. Traffic slows twice a day for the clogged inflow and exit of commuters, or for a Presidential motorcade.   More...

Happenings

Pensacola artist sees inspiration all around him

When Richard Roselli emailed his biographical information to me, he included a short note at the end, “feel free to correct the grammar because I never did that well in English class; I was too busy drawing.”   More...

Museum offers unique opportunity to thank vets

In honor of WWII veterans and in appreciation of those currently serving our country, HBO is launching a video tribute campaign for the troops in partnership with national museums dedicated to preserving the history of WWII.  More...

Area Memorial Day Events

• Flag Raising Ceremony in Honor of Memorial Day: Friday, May 28. More...