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Reduce, Reuse, Restyle

Garnier, in partnership with upcycling pioneer TerraCycle, is hitting the road for the Garnier Greener Tour.  The fully loaded, glass tour bus will be making stops at multiple Walmart stores  in and near Pensacola, offering beauty-lovers exciting ways to help protect the environment.  Shoppers [...]

Celebrating Pensacola’s Heritage

Celebrating Pensacola’s Heritage

WSRE, PBS for the Gulf Coast, and The University of West Florida present an original television production – Yo Solo: Bernardo de Gálvez on the Stage of the American Revolution – premiering on WSRE Tuesday, July 2 at 8 p.m.(encore presentation on Thursday, July 5 at 8 p.m.). Chaz Mena, actor [...]

DeLuna Fest adds Zac Brown

DeLuna Fest adds Zac Brown

It's official, finally. DeLuna Fest has added Zac Brown to its line-up....which may have been the worst-kept secret on the local music scene. The Independent News brought Zac to Pensacola in 2007 for its Hawkshaw Music Festival. At the time, few locals knew him. Michelle Sarra, who handled our [...]

Best Selling Author Coming to West Florida Public Library

New York Times best-selling author, Tim Dorsey, heads to West Florida Public Library in Downtown Pensacola to talk about his latest book, "Pineapple Grenades" and to share stories of his life and adventures in the Sunshine State. Tim was born in Indiana, moved to Florida at the age of one, and [...]

Conan sings the Chicago Blues (video)

You may have missed this. Conan O'Brien teaches the blues to first-graders in Chicago.

Wahoo lead league in attendance

Wahoo lead league in attendance

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 [...]

Ed Show today

Ed Show today

I'm joining attorney Mike Papantonio, co-host of Ring of Fire Radio, today on The Ed Schultz Radio Show, starting at 11 a.m. Guests include Steven Rosenfeld, who covers democracy issues for AlterNet and the author of "Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting," Ari Berman, a contributing writer [...]

Sen. Evers has a grill for you

Sen. Evers has a grill for you

State Sen. Greg Evers loves guns and the NRA. The NRA loves Sen. Evers. We hear they are teaming up to offer a new grill just in time for Independence Day: ...not really, but you can bet he loves the idea. See more gun-inspired grills.

Free Concert June 18

Free Concert June 18

The 151st Army Band will perform a free concert next Monday, June 18 at Pensacola’s Vince J. Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park. The performance will begin at 6:00 p.m. at the park’s Hunter Amphitheater. The Hunter Amphitheater overlooks beautiful Pensacola Bay and can accommodate nearly [...]

Pensacola Ice Flyers Free Agent Camp

Pensacola Ice Flyers Free Agent Camp

The Pensacola Ice Flyers will be hosting a free agent camp, in coordination with the Mississippi Surge, at the Pensacola Civic Center beginning on Thursday, October 11 and finishing on Saturday, October 13. 40 free agents attended the camp last season and up to five players were selected by each [...]

Food truck in Chattanooga

Food truck in Chattanooga

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 [...]

Maritime Park grand opening has been cancelled

The grand opening ceremonies at the Maritime Park have been cancelled due to the rain. There is still a possibility Charlie Daniels may play tonight. That decision will be made this afternoon.

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