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Student Jazz Competition Results

Student Jazz Competition Results

The live finals of the Fourth Annual JSOP Student Jazz Competition took place Tuesday evening, March 25, at Pensacola State College’s Ashmore Auditorium. Audience members were treated to some fine jazz performed by the talented finalists accompanied by the Guffman Trio, consisting of Cynthia [...]

Chalk It Up! Pensacola looking for sponsors and artists

Chalk It Up! Pensacola looking for sponsors and artists

Chalk It Up! Pensacola wants you to invest in the Northwest Florida community by supporting the third edition of, Chalk It Up!, the Pensacola Sidewalk Art Festival (chalkituppensacola.org) on May 10 at Commendencia Slip, downtown Pensacola. They are reaching out to business owners, art [...]

Letter: Gay minister reflects on 12-year relationship with Westboro Baptist pastor

Letter: Gay minister reflects on 12-year relationship with Westboro Baptist pastor

By Rev. Patrick Rogers I am 57-year-old, a gay man, an ordained minister with the United Church of Christ denomination, a Christian and I was in a relationship with Rev. Fred Phelps, former pastor at Westboro Baptist Church, for over 12 years. Yes, you read it correctly; Fred and I spent twelve [...]

STEPS FOR AUTISM 2014 is Saturday

STEPS FOR AUTISM 2014 is Saturday

Steps for Autism 2014, presented by Cox Communications, will be held on Saturday, March 29, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. at the Pensacola State College main campus track. There will be activities for kids of all ages, food, music, raffles, and much more! Bouncy houses, an obstacle course, face painting, [...]

Health continues to worsen in Escambia County

Health continues to worsen in Escambia County

Escambia County slid from 55th to 57th out of 67 Florida counties. See scorecard: http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/app/florida/2014/rankings/escambia/county/outcomes/overall/snapshot

UWF Expands Partnership with Gulf Coast State College

UWF Expands Partnership with Gulf Coast State College

The University of West Florida and Gulf Coast State College (Panama City) have announced the expansion of the current GCSC2UWF Program with a new articulation agreement. Through this partnership, students have the opportunity to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality, Recreation and Resort [...]

World’s Largest Food Truck Festival Ever, Part II, March 29 and 30…Tampa

World’s Largest Food Truck Festival Ever, Part II, March 29 and 30…Tampa

Press Release: From chowder to cherry cheesecake, gourmet macaroni to 3-mile salsa, slushies to blackened salmon and everything in-between, foodies from all over Florida will find that and then some in the way of culinary creations at the World’s Largest Food Truck Festival Ever, Part II, March [...]

SouthSounds Music Festival set for Mobile, April 11-13

SouthSounds Music Festival set for Mobile, April 11-13

SouthSounds Music Festival, the nation's first music festival dedicated to promoting Southern artists, is proud to announce the line up for SouthSounds 2014 - April 11-13 in downtown Mobile, Alabama! SouthSounds is a project of the Mobile Arts Council with support from the Downtown Mobile Alliance, [...]

University of West Florida Upcoming Events, March 23-29

University of West Florida Upcoming Events, March 23-29

Environmental Studies Seminar: Beach Nesting Shorebirds; Florida’s Original Beach Babies Date: Tuesday, March 25 Time: 4 to 5 p.m. Location: Building 13, Room 230 Details: Join us on Tuesday, March 25 at 4 p.m. in Building 13, Room 230 for a photo presentation by Bonnie Samuelsen, Project [...]

Local law enforcement do Torch Run for Special Olympics

Local law enforcement do Torch Run for Special Olympics

Law enforcement officers around the world go above and beyond the call of duty in support of Special Olympics through the Law Enforcement Torch Run.® Today local law enforcement officers and employees participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness for Special Olympics. The [...]

Charlotte’s Web bill continues to move forward

Charlotte’s Web bill continues to move forward

The House Appropriations Committee unanimously approved a measure that would open the door for a strain of marijuana that supporters believe can dramatically reduce seizures in children with a rare form of epilepsy. But many members of the panel made it clear Thursday they were only signing off on [...]

IMPACT 100 Membership Reaches Historic High

IMPACT 100 Membership Reaches Historic High

Organization will Give More than One Million Dollars to the Non-Profit Community IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a local women’s philanthropy group, is pleased to announce that its 2014 Membership Drive has successfully concluded with 1025 members. The organization will give back to the [...]

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