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Local Filmmakers Host Short Films Premiere

Local Filmmakers Host Short Films Premiere

Press release: Pensacola filmmakers Zack Kepner and Jeffrey Frame, under the mantle of Seed Pictures, will be hosting a premiere viewing of their short films at the mainstage of the Pensacola Little Theatre (400 S. Jefferson St. in Pensacola, FL) Monday, August 17, at 7:30pm. The Seed Pictures [...]

Fiesta of Five Flags announces headliners for the 38th annual Pensacola Seafood Festival

Fiesta of Five Flags announces headliners for the 38th annual Pensacola Seafood Festival

Country music star Drake White and his hit known as “the song of the summer” to kick off the weekend Press Release: Southern rock, blues and soul will sound throughout the streets of Pensacola from Friday, Sept. 25, to Sunday, Sept. 27, during the Pensacola Seafood Festival, presented by [...]

Podcast: Studer on Blue Wahoos, Joe Scarborough

Podcast: Studer on Blue Wahoos, Joe Scarborough

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos had a great home stand. The Sunday game was nationally televised, and Joe Scarborough threw out the first pitch on Tuesday.

Pirates Take Over Pensacola for Little Theatre’s ‘Treasure Island’

Pirates Take Over Pensacola for Little Theatre’s ‘Treasure Island’

Pirates Take Over Pensacola for Little Theatre’s “Treasure Island” Press release: Landlubbers beware, pirates are afoot in Pensacola! The swashbuckling Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins from Pensacola Little Theatre’s production of Treasure Island took to Downtown Pensacola on Tuesday. [...]

UWF Argos release 2016 football schedule

UWF Argos release 2016 football schedule

The University of West Florida football program has announced its schedule for the team's inaugural season in 2016. The schedule will feature eight games against Gulf South Conference opponents, which will be played after the team’s three non-conference games to begin the season. All of UWF’s [...]

Choral Society looking for executive director

Choral Society looking for executive director

The Choral Society of Pensacola is now hiring an Executive Director. The Executive Director acts as a liaison between the organization and the press, sponsors, concert attendees and the general public. The ideal candidate is familiar with non-profit organizations, and comfortable with [...]

Pensacola Mud Run returns

Pensacola Mud Run returns

Getting dirty for a good cause: Competition will help addicts get clean Registration open for third annual Pensacola Mud Run, benefiting Pathways for Change The event, now in its third year, will pit contestants against one another on a mud-drenched, five-mile, 20-obstacle race course – with [...]

Northwest Florida hosts first-ever XTERRA Triathlon

Northwest Florida hosts first-ever XTERRA Triathlon

Press release: XTERRA, the global sport of off-road triathlon that has been contested world-wide for over 20 years, comes to Northwest Florida this weekend. On Sunday, August 2 a sold out field of 150 athletes will swim, bike, and run in and around Bear Lake in hopes of claiming the first ever [...]

Podcasts: Roundabouts, Opening up Government Street, Planning Board and Food trucks…hmmmm

Podcasts: Roundabouts, Opening up Government Street, Planning Board and Food trucks…hmmmm

The Greater Pensacola Chamber's public policy executive director, Todd Thomson, gives his update on local government meetings. Is there a roundabout in the future for Government Street? What is the role of the city's planning board? Can it create its own legislation? Pensacola City Council [...]

Local Races Form 850 Bridge Run Series

Local Races Form 850 Bridge Run Series

Bushwacker 5K, Bridge to Bridge 5K, and Double Bridge Run The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA), in partnership with the Capt’n Fun Runners (Bushwacker 5K) and the Bridge to Bridge 5K, is pleased to announce the three entities have created the 850 Bridge Run Series. Comprised of the three [...]

Audition for haunted tour guides…the tour is haunted, not the guides

Audition for haunted tour guides…the tour is haunted, not the guides

The University of West Florida Historic Trust is seeking volunteer tour guides for its 25th Annual Haunted House Walking and Trolley Tours. Volunteers must be 18 years of age, able to commit to one rehearsal and be available for evening tours on October 16, 17, 23, 24 and 30. A costume, a [...]

WEAR TV gets a new anchor

WEAR TV gets a new anchor

WWL TV reporter Jaclyn Kelley let her NOLA Facebook fans know she is moving to Pensacola: I have some very exciting news to share! I will be joining the WEAR-TV anchor team in Pensacola, Florida! Starting next month, I will be anchoring the evening, weeknight newscasts alongside Bob Solarski. [...]

PS Podcasts: Redistricting and Running of the Bulls

PS Podcasts:  Redistricting and Running of the Bulls

On Thursday's show, I spoke with Todd Thomson about the Florida Supreme Court ruling that ordered the Florida Legislature to redraw some of the state's congressional districts. I also interviewed Seville Quarter on its 5th Annual Running of the Bulls.

Seaplane, An All American Musical announces cast for revival

Seaplane, An All American Musical announces cast for revival

Press Release: Seaplane, An All American Musical is pleased to announce the cast for the performances at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre, August 28 through 30. The Seaplane cast will feature Broadway stars in the lead roles including David Gaschen as Glenn Curtiss, Ryan Silverman as Jack Towers [...]

Food on the Mayor’s agenda this week

Food on the Mayor’s agenda this week

Mayor Ashton Hayward has two food events on this schedule for the week of July 6. Tomorrow, he will celebrate the grand opening and ribbon-cutting of all the OHM Concessions at the Pensacola International Airport. Two years after the city placed the food concessions up for bid, the airport is [...]

SETSCO presents ‘Hamlet’

SETSCO presents ‘Hamlet’

Press Release: Ten years ago, a group of teen actors and their teacher founded an acting company in Pensacola out of an enthusiastic desire to the study and perform the works of William Shakespeare. The company was dedicated to the notion that Shakespeare is for everyone and to the belief that [...]

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