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Loblolly Theatre returns

Loblolly Theatre returns

The Loblolly Theatre closed its doors in October of 2012 after thirteen seasons presenting original plays in an intimate theatre. In that time 75 original plays were premiered. ”Friends of Loblolly”, feeling the absence of this work, planted the seed – suggesting a revival of a play from [...]

Pensacola Opera appoints new director

Pensacola Opera appoints new director

Press Release: Pensacola Opera’s Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Maestro Jerome Shannon as the company’s new Executive Director. Shannon has been acting as Interim Executive Director since January, and has been involved with the Opera as Music Director and Principal Conductor [...]

PS Today: Ryan Wiggins plays Political Musical Chairs

PS Today: Ryan Wiggins plays Political Musical Chairs

At 5 pm today on Pensacola Speaks, we will play my favorite game - "Political Musical Chairs" with Full Contact Strategies founder Ryan Wiggins. U.S. Senate, Congress, Florida Senate, Florida House, County Commission, Sheriff, Mayor and City Council are all in play. In the second half hour, [...]

PS Today: UWF football coach on the show

PS Today: UWF football coach on the show

UWF Football Head Coach Pete Shinnick will be on Pensacola Speaks today at 5:35 p.m. Please listen in. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA Monday-Friday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can call in and join the discussion – 850-478-3116. For iPhones and iPads, download the WCOA app [...]

PS Today: Find out the story behind DIB Gallery Night alcohol decision

PS Today: Find out the story behind DIB Gallery Night alcohol decision

Downtown Improvement Board chairman John Peacock will come on Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30 p.m. to talk about DIB's vote to only beer and wine be sold on the street during Gallery Night. There is more to this story. Also T.S. Strickland will talk about his story on the lingering injuries from [...]

Pensacola Opera chosen for Yale Symposium

Pensacola Opera chosen for Yale Symposium

Pensacola Opera announced today that it has been selected by the Yale School of Music as a participant in the fifth Yale Symposium on Music in Schools, which will take place June 4–7 on the Yale campus. This year’s Symposium will focus on partnerships between professional music organizations [...]

Rick Wilson describes Clinton Foundation controversy as ‘turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia’

Rick Wilson describes Clinton Foundation controversy as ‘turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia’

GOP political strategist Rick Wilson come on "Pensacola Speaks" yesterday to talk about the controversy involving the Clinton family foundation. "I would describe it as the appearance of turning the state department into a whore house for the Russian Mafia," said Wilson. "These people went flat [...]

Ingram visits Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30

Ingram visits Pensacola Speaks today at 5:30

State Rep. Clay Ingram has agreed to come on NewsTalk 1370's Pensacola Speaks this afternoon at approximately 5:30 to talk about he "sine die" vote. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA Monday-Friday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can call in and join the discussion – 850-478-3116. For [...]

Showtime 2015: Pensacola Children’s Chorus Celebrates 25 Years

Showtime 2015: Pensacola Children’s Chorus Celebrates 25 Years

The Pensacola Children’s Chorus, under the direction of Allen and Susan Pote, will celebrate its 25th Season as it presents the annual production of Showtime on May 8, 9 and 10th at the Saenger Theatre in downtown Pensacola. The 280 member chorus will perform a variety of creative themed segments [...]

Modern Eldorados kick off Blues Angel Music Blues on the Bay Concert Series on May 3

Modern Eldorados kick off Blues Angel Music Blues on the Bay Concert Series on May 3

The Blues Angel Music Blues on the Bay Concert Series returns to the Community Maritime Park for a second season Sunday, May 3 from 6-8 p.m. The Modern Eldorados will open the series. Founded by Tyron “Gretsch” Lyles in 1996, the Modern Eldorados “uncompromising sound and take no prisoners [...]

What is your Pensacola area bucket list

What is your Pensacola area bucket list

It has been a long week. Let's have some fun on Pensacola Speaks. Email (rick@inweekly), tweet (@routzen, post here or call in this afternoon (478-3116) a few of the items that should be on everyone's bucket list for this area. For example, watch a Blue Angels practice at NAS Pensacola or kiss [...]

Quint Studer wants Springfest to focus on locals, not tourists (podcast)

Quint Studer wants Springfest to focus on locals, not tourists (podcast)

On Pensacola Speaks yesterday, Quint Studer talked about his hopes for the revival of Springfest. He said the steering committee needs to make a decision over the next 30 days whether they can put the festival on by May 2016. The alternative is to move it to October 2016. "If we going to go [...]

PS today: Govt that works and FBI lab scandal

PS today:  Govt that works and FBI lab scandal

Today on Pensacola Speaks, I will interview author John Bernard on his book "Government That Works." Bernard has successfully gotten governments to apply a lean management approach. At the state level, he has helped the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division reduce wait times from 96 minutes to less [...]

Radio Radio and Pensacola Speaks

Radio  Radio and Pensacola Speaks

The closing song for Pensacola Speaks is "Radio Radio" by Elvis Costello and the Attractions. On December 17, 1977, when he appeared on Saturday Night Live, Producer Lorne Michaels wanted the band to play their single “Less Than Zero.' After only a few bars into the song, Costello, age 23, [...]

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