From ATU ECAT TRANSIT WORKERS NOT PAID FOR TRANSPORTING PENSACOLA CITIZENS OUT OF FLOOD ZONES TO SHELTERS. On Saturday, June 9th, 2012 - while our beloved city was under water from the storms. Escambia County Area Transit employees worked to move citizens to shelters and safety. Some [...]
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos had 5,038 fans in attendance on Sunday. The team is leading the Southern League, despite having one of the smaller stadiums, with 165,885 fans attending the home games and with average attendance of 4,879 per game. The naysayers told us for seven years that no one would go [...]
The Christian Science Monitor has ranked which cities have lost the greatest percent of jobs. Pensacola is ranked #10 - having lost 2.8 percent of its jobs: Located way up in the far right corner of Florida’s panhandle, the Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent metropolitan area should be on the [...]
Food trucks are more than a fad. Time Magazine reports the craze is growing as more young chefs see the trucks as their avenue to the restaurant business.
Each month, Realtor.com surveys up to 250 Metro Service Areas (MSA) throughout the nation and monitors real estate trends including consumer search behavior, median list prices on for sale homes, active inventory counts and median age of inventory. The information is released to local markets to [...]
Charles Wood, who now lives in Chattanooga, Tenn. sent me the photo below. "This is Chattanooga's Taco Sherpa truck which is a Korean BBQ taco truck, we have a couple of others in Chattanooga and about four locations in downtown that they rotate between on a set schedule (they're by my office on [...]
Antonio Juhasz, author of "'Black Tide: the Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill," has calculated the total cost to BP for its Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, including the loss of life, economic damages and environmental fines. He came up with $192 billion. Oops, the BP Barbies won't be [...]
PNJ publisher Kevin Doyle has announced, according to blog post by his reporter Nate Monroe,that readers who want to go digital-only for the daily (pnj.com) will soon pay $10 a month for the service. Certain content on PNJ.com will remain available to non-subscribers, who will be able to access a [...]
The IN is a big fan of food trucks--creative ones with high quality foods and reasonably priced. The Daily Meal has a slideshow on some of the most creatively design food trucks in the country. Lulu’s Local Eatery uses herbs and fruits harvested on the roof of their food truck. And the Roving [...]
Johnnie Walker, Bushmills, J&B and Taliske partnered with MOFILM, a global network of more than 45,000 film makers, to seek short films that pay tribute to fathers in a campaign called ‘Raise a glass to your dad’. MOFILM challenged 20 film makers to create a short piece that told the story [...]
The store at the corner of Palafox Place and Garden Street is empty.
Per Pensacolagasprice.com, the retail pump prices around 30 cents below where they were last month and the same day last year; Pensacola Today: $3.236 One Week Ago: $3.295 One Month Ago: $3.521 One Year Ago: $3.567 oops, there goes another wingnut issue to blame on President Obama.