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Wooden Ships

Wooden Ships

Columbus has landed. Or, at least replicas of his ‘Pinta’ and ‘Nina,’ are docked at the end of Palafox Place. The wooden ships arrived around noon today and open to the public tomorrow. They will remain docked in Pensacola until departing Jan. 2. The ‘Nina’ was built by hand, [...]

New poll: If Santa ran over grandma, most would not press charges

Public Policy Polling’s has released its holiday season poll: - 44% of respondents said Santa was a Democrat while 28% say he is a Republican. - More voters than not (47/40) say there is a “War on Christmas”. - Only 32% or respondents could correctly identify the number of days in [...]

Martime Park dedication Saturday with Charlie Daniels, Fireworks and more

The dedication of the Vince J. Whibbs Sr. Community Maritime Park is this Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Hosted by the Community Maritime Park Associates Inc. and the City of Pensacola, free, family-friendly event has plenty to offer from fun activities like a Velcro wall, bungee run, [...]

Craft Beer Festival This Weekend

Craft Beer Festival This Weekend

Press Release: Despite international spellings and a wide variety of tastes and styles, beer-lovers from across Northwest Florida are in for a treat on November 17th at the Pensacola Bayfront Stadium.  From 1 p.m .- 5 p.m., over 150 craft beers will be available for adults 21 and older to sample [...]

Memphis Belle here on Saturday

By Shelby Smithey... The Liberty Foundation is bringing a restored Word War II Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, made famous from the 1990 movie “Memphis Belle,” to Pensacola this week to give enthusiasts a chance to experience a flight on the historic aircraft. The Georgia-based nonprofit [...]

Pensacola Pirate Festival

Pensacola Pirate Festival

Head to the fairgrounds this weekend for the Pensacola Pirate Festival. This two-day festival will feature live cannon fire, fierce battles, black-hearted wenches, mermaids, pirate dancers, pirate music, pirate games, fire shows, pirate crews from across the Gulf Coast, food, shopping, carnival [...]

Saltimbanco thrills Pensacola audience

By Shelby Smithey... Pensacola may have waited over 20 years for Cirque Do Soleil, but it was well worth the wait. Its longest-running production, “Saltimbanco,” in its final tour achieved the perfect mixture of acrobatics, comedy and theatrical grandiosity at its show last night at the [...]

More Seats Added to Cirque du Soleil Show

More Seats Added to Cirque du Soleil Show

Due to popular demand, new seats have been added for both performances to the Pensacola tour stop of Saltimbanco at the Pensacola Bay Center, boosting the arena capacity to almost 4,000 seats per show. Saltimbanco will perform two shows only, November 7 and 8 at 7:30pm. Tickets are available [...]

UWF Downtown Lecture looks at security and transparency in digital age

By Shelby Smithey... Jocelyn Evans, chair of the University of West Florida Department of Government, will discuss how technological advances and terrorist attacks have affected political culture in her lecture on Nov. 8 at the Artel Gallery. Evans will be the second guest speaker as part of [...]

Ghosts of Ole Miss airs on ESPN

ESPN aired "Ghosts of Ole Miss" last night, as part of its "30 for 30" sports-based documentary series. it explores James Meredith's enrollment at Ole Miss and the school's undefeated football team that finished ranked no. 3 that same year. Read more - the photo will look familiar (IN cover).

Halloween Hosted by YMCA

Halloween Hosted by YMCA

Press Release: The Y will host its annual Halloween at the YMCA, which provides hundreds of special needs kids with a unique trick or treating experience, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Crowne Plaza/Grand Hotel. About 275 children with developmental disabilities will visit the Grand between 10 [...]

Buzz: Nick’s meatball sub a hit with band

Buzz: Nick’s meatball sub a hit with band

New York Nick's has an new fans--Mickey Hart and his band. Hart, a drummer of the rock band the Grateful Dead, played at Vinyl Music Hall on Sunday night. His manager ordered a couple meatball subs before the show. Within 20 minutes, the band and rest of the crew also wanted the sandwiches. [...]

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