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Tour de Fort: Archaeological Bicycling Tour, March 20

Tour de Fort: Archaeological Bicycling Tour, March 20

Peddle, hike, and climb your way through Florida’s archaeology and history with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) and the National Park Service on Thursday, March 20. Tour de Fort is a bicycling tour of the archaeological sites along the Florida National Scenic Trail on Gulf [...]

Blues Monday, March 10

Blues Monday, March 10

March's Blue Monday will feature Boukou Groove with Donnie Sundal and Fred Domulot. This event has been drawing a large, enthusiastic crowd of jazz and blues lovers to the Five Sisters. The restaurant offers a special menu of fine homestyle southern cuisine as well as a full bar. When: [...]

SUBWAY High School All-Star Basketball Rosters Announced

SUBWAY High School All-Star Basketball Rosters Announced

SUBWAY High School All-Star Basketball Rosters Announced Game: Friday, March 7 at 5 p.m. at Pensacola State College – Hartsell Arena On Friday, March 7, the best boys and girls senior basketball players from Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa Counties will play in the 4th annual Subway High [...]

The Kuder Children’s Foundation and the Climate Crisis, March 13

The Kuder Children’s Foundation and the Climate Crisis, March 13

350 Pensacola will host a talk, “The Kuder Children’s Foundation and the Climate Crisis,” on Tuesday, March 11 at 7 p.m. John Kuder and his wife Susan Bleiler will give this presentation on the work of the Kuder Children’s Foundation which supports an orphanage and school for abandoned and [...]

Human Trafficking 2007 and 2014

Human Trafficking 2007 and 2014

In June 2007, "Shauna's Story of Slavery," written by IN reporter Mari S. Krueger, told the story of Shauna Newell, age 17, who woke up, her clothes torn from her, a man over her, raping her. Her hands were tied, crossed, behind her head. She yelled for them to stop, to leave her alone. She looked [...]

Next Jazz Gumbo, March 17

Next Jazz Gumbo, March 17

The Jazz Society of Pensacola's Jazz Gumbo (implying a delicious mix of various ingredients giving a wonderful effect) happens every third Monday evening of each month except December. Live jazz is featured in a variety of styles with groups or bands chosen from around the Emerald Coast area. Doors [...]

Charlotte’s Web bill sails through first House committee

Charlotte’s Web bill sails through first House committee

House Bill 843, the bill widely referred to as “Charlotte’s Web,” this morning passed its first committee of reference in the Florida House of Representatives. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Matt Gaetz and Rep. Katie Edwards, passed the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee by a 11-1 vote. Rep. [...]

Hot Glass, Cold Brew is March 21

Hot Glass, Cold Brew is March 21

First City Art Center (FCAC) will hold its HOT GLASS, COLD BREW (HGCB) Spring Fling event on Fri., March 21, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 1060 N. Guillemard St. (the corner of Guillemard and Gonzalez Streets). This is a fundraiser that directly supports First City Art Center and its programs. [...]

Chocolate Fest set for April 26

Chocolate Fest set for April 26

Chocolate lovers, mark your calendars for Chocolate Fest 2014, presented by Sandy Sansing Dealerships and Gulf Coast Kid’s House. Chocolate Fest is a dessert extravaganza held at Cordova Mall, on Saturday, April 26 from noon to 3 p.m. Tickets cost $10 in advance and will soon be available at [...]

Northview FFA Blue Jacket Jamboree This Weekend With Chloe Channell

Northview FFA Blue Jacket Jamboree This Weekend With Chloe Channell

The annual Northview High School FFA Alumni Blue Jacket Jamboree will be held this Saturday, March 8, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the school's football stadium. The day's entertainment includes Chloe Channell from 2:30 until 4 p.m. and The Dusty Sanderson Band from noon until 1:30 [...]

2014 Bayou Hills Run set for March 15

2014 Bayou Hills Run set for March 15

Creative Learning Academy (CLA) is hosting the Bayou Hills Run on Saturday, March 15 at Bayview Park at 7:30 am. The event features a one mile Kids Run, 5K run, and 10K run that begins and ends at Bayview Park. The run continues to grow each year with close to 1,000 participants last year and [...]

Blankets allowed, moratorium on any other changes to Pensacola homeless laws

Blankets allowed, moratorium on any other changes to Pensacola homeless laws

The Pensacola City Council approved Councilwoman Sherri Myers' ordinance amendment to allow people to cover themselves with blankets in city parks. However, when it came to dealing with the other “homeless ordinances,” the debate became heated at last night's city council meeting. Councilman [...]

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