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ED Show – Today

ED Show – Today

Mike Papantonio and I will be hosting Ed Schultz's radio show today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Topics-- Education and attacks on journalists. Should be fun.

Rock the Legion

Rock the Legion

Five of this area’s teenage garage bands will be showcasing their talents at the 1st Annual Rock the Legion Concert on June 2, 2012 from 3:30-11p.m. at the American Legion Post 33. Tickets are $5 pre-event and $7 at the door. Soft drinks, snacks, t-shirts and other items will be offered for sale. [...]

Don’t Kiss The Man In Black

Will Smith slaps a journalist who tried to kiss him at the Russian premiere of "Men in Black" III  

Linda Lawrence on air again…one day only

Wendi Summers of News Radio 1620 will host veteran radio personality and local community activist, Linda Lawrence, on her morning talk show, "Pep Talk with Wendi Summers." Lawrence will be live on the air with Summers on Friday, May 18, 2010, from 9-11am. Lawrence, who had been a popular voice [...]

Disco Queen Donna Summer Dies

1970's hitmaker Donna Summer died Thursday in Floriada after a battle with cancer. The five-time Grammy winners is known for seventies megahits like 'On the Radio,' 'Last Dance,' and 'I Feel Love.' (May 17) Source: Associated Press

Return of Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Market is back. The small Palafox place eatery was popular before Hurricane Ivan wiped it out, forcing the owners to reinvent themselves as caterers. Last Friday, I got a call from Mayor Ashton Hayward who asked me to walk down the street from my office to join him in sampling [...]

Put away your sunglasses

CBS announced Sunday it will cancel “CSI: Miami,” according to The Los Angeles Times. The show aired more than 200 episodes in its 10-year run. Read more here.

A ‘Masterful’ Night for Pensacola Sports

A ‘Masterful’ Night for Pensacola Sports

By James Hagan--- Friday, May 11 saw not only a sold-out crowd gather at the Community Maritime Park to watch the Pensacola Blue Wahoos play the Birmingham Barons, but also to honor 2012 Master’s Champion, and Milton High graduate, Bubba Watson, as he threw out the first pitch of the [...]

Roller Gurlz Away Game Tomorrow

Roller Gurlz Away Game Tomorrow

Pensacola’s own flat track roller derby team will be playing the Okaloosa Rollers tomorrow, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. The away game will be held 6261 Old Bethel Road. Tickets are $12, children 10 and under are admitted for free. The Pensacola Roller Gurlz started their first official, nine month [...]

Free Concerts in Milton

This June, music fans can celebrate the end of their workweek and enjoy free Friday night outdoor concerts in downtown Milton. The inaugural “Bands on the Blackwater” mini-concert series, sponsored by the City of Milton Downtown Redevelopment Advisory Board, will kick off on June 8. All [...]

Making Science Fun

Making Science Fun

For fans of Science Saturdays, a monthly program run by IHMC during the school year for kids in grades third to fifth, another science based program is underway. “My experience with the demand for Science Saturdays, it has inspired the effort to begin exploring the feasibility of starting a [...]

Tea for Two

Tea for Two

Tucked away on Alcaniz, is Bia’s Sublime Tea and Artisan Workshop, a little shop where you can purchase locally made crafts, organic loose tea leaves or even take in a sewing class. To keep kids engaged in home economics, Bia’s offers several classes to exercise right brains as well as [...]

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