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Redneck Christmas parade cancelled, too trashy

Redneck Christmas parade cancelled, too trashy

NorthEscambia.com reports the Chumuckla Athletic Association has cancelled its annual Redneck Christmas Parade, the proceeds of which were used to purchase the gifts for needy children in the Chumuckla community. Each child received about $100 worth of gifts. “The parade has gone from a [...]

Paddle through the Past: Deadman’s Island, Sept. 28

Paddle through the Past: Deadman’s Island, Sept. 28

The Destination Archaeology Resource Center (DARC) and Pensacola Paddlesport are partnering to create a guided archaeology kayak of Deadman’s Island in Gulf Breeze. This two-hour long paddle and hike will focus on the history and archaeology of Deadman’s Island led by staff from the Florida [...]

Reminder: New Beginnings Art Show today

Reminder: New Beginnings Art Show today

“NEW BEGINNINGS” ART SHOW 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Angel’s Garden hosts the 17th annual “New Beginnings” Art Show, which will feature 75 of Pensacola’s local artists, musicians, and food. There will be free activities for kids, as well. Profits benefit the Favor House. The event will take [...]

ihatejoezauzaur.com Hill added to Pensacola Marathon

ihatejoezauzaur.com Hill added to Pensacola Marathon

Press Release: The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) and Joe Zarzaur of the Zarzaur Law, PA firm are pleased to announce a new partnership which will enhance and encourage participants of the 2014 Pensacola Marathon and 2015 Pensacola Double Bridge Run. On November 9, 2014, the 10th [...]

Junior League presents 3rd Annual Red Haute Royale

Junior League presents 3rd Annual Red Haute Royale

Press Release: The Junior League of Pensacola invites the community to attend the 3rd annual “Red Haute Royale,” an evening of exciting casino-style games, prizes, entertainment and delicious food. The event will be held at the beautiful Scenic Hills Country Club on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. [...]

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival set for Nov. 6-16, honors Larry Butler

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival set for Nov. 6-16, honors Larry Butler

The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival celebrates its 30th birthday in style, presenting a memorable lineup of Grammy-winning performers and up-and-coming hit-makers Nov. 6-16 at venues in Perdido Key, Pensacola and along the Gulf Coast. The festival includes a tribute at 6:30 p.m. [...]

Rescheduled Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie October 3rd

Rescheduled Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie October 3rd

WHAT: The City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department will host the final Hill-Kelly Drive-In Movie of the season on October 3rd. This is a free and family-friendly event offered all summer long at Community Maritime Park. The original showing of Rio 2 was scheduled for July 18th and was [...]

The Choral Society of Pensacola’s 2014-15 season opens with Beatles Legacy, Oct. 25

The Choral Society of Pensacola’s 2014-15 season opens with Beatles Legacy, Oct. 25

The Choral Society of Pensacola’s 2014-15 Season opens with a concert titled “Beatles Legacy” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The concert takes place in the beautiful First United Methodist Church sanctuary at 6 East Wright Street in downtown Pensacola. Joining the 60-member [...]

Foo Foo Festival brings 12 days of culture to Pensacola

Foo Foo Festival brings 12 days of culture to Pensacola

For 12 days in November, visitors to Pensacola—known for the most beautiful beaches in the nation—can extend their enjoyment to Foo Foo Festival, with a dizzying schedule of events. What is Foo Foo Fest? It is a celebration of new and established culturally creative happenings, events and [...]

Taste of the Beach needs volunteers

Taste of the Beach needs volunteers

The Pensacola Beach Chamber, organizers of Taste of the Beach, needs volunteers to assist with the festival slated for September 20 and 21. Volunteers can greet guests, sell drinks and work in a variety of service areas. Mostly, volunteers get to enjoy the fun and a great view of events slated over [...]

Blue Wahoos recap third season

Blue Wahoos recap third season

· The Blue Wahoos had fantastic attendance for the third straight year, even topping last year’s total attendance. In 2014, the Wahoos total attendance was 311,687, which bested last year’s attendance by over 4,000 fans. That mark was good for second-best in the Southern League. The Blue [...]

WEAR anchor compares weight of fossil to a dozen African-Americans

WEAR anchor compares weight of fossil to a dozen African-Americans

On WEAR TV morning show, the reporter compares the weight of dinosaur fossil to weight of a "dozen African-Americans." What century are we living in? What the heck is going on at WEAR TV 3? Who approved that script? The video can no longer be found on their web site, but here is the link on [...]

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