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ACE announces Mega-Grant Up To $100,000 for Foo Foo

ACE announces Mega-Grant Up To $100,000 for Foo Foo

One mega-grant up to $100,000 and additional grants up to $10,000 will be awarded to qualifying organizations by the Art, Culture and Entertainment, Inc. (ACE) marketing committee on the behalf of Foo Foo Festival. The funds are designed to help new and existing organizations create exceptional [...]

PS Friday, March 20 edition: PATS, Pot and Posting Up

PS Friday, March 20 edition: PATS, Pot and Posting Up

On Pensacola Speaks today, I will talk with Dr. Pat Kerrigan, who served as the principal of Brown-Barge Middle School and the PATS Center before her retirement in 2011. I will also have Ryan Wiggins, owner of and chief strategist for Full Contact Strategies. We will take about the [...]

PS Thursday, March 19 edition: The truth about PATS and the Punk Rock Doc

PS Thursday, March 19 edition:  The truth about PATS and the Punk Rock Doc

On Pensacola Speaks, We will have Pensacola Today's investigative reporter Mollye Barrows will talk about what she discovered from the school district emails on the gifted "delivery system," and she will be followed Wendy Underhill, one of the parents fighting to keep the PATS Center. In the [...]

PS Wednesday, March 18 edition: Gaetz, Wedgewood, Charlie Crist and Cybersecurity

PS Wednesday, March 18 edition:  Gaetz, Wedgewood, Charlie Crist and Cybersecurity

Fordham University has a group of students studying the environmental and health issues in the Wedgwood community. We will have Sarah Baldwin who will talk about their work this week. Then State Senator Don Gaetz will talk about the bill the Senate pass expanding health care coverage for the poor [...]

PSC Presents Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Arthur Greene March 22

PSC Presents Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Arthur Greene March 22

The Sid and Jeannie Kamerman Piano Series at Pensacola State College presents classical pianist Arthur Greene at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 22, in the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. A Steinway Artist, Greene's dynamic and personal performances [...]

PS podcast: The Rabbit Hole

PS podcast: The Rabbit Hole

Keith Hoffert has a kickstarter project, The Rabbit Hole. He wants to create music and art incubator, rental space for bands, artists, teachers and students to rehearse, practice and co-create. We had him on Pensacola Speaks to talk about it. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA [...]

Pensacola Speaks Podcasts now available on iTunes

Pensacola Speaks Podcasts now available on iTunes

We received notification last night that Apple has accepted our podcasts. You can now listen to them on iTunes.

PS podcast: Rusty Branch on Gulf Coast Enterprises and LeaP

I had senior moment and introduced Rusty Branch as Rusty Wells, but he recovered nicely. We talked about Gulf Coast Enterprises, the largest private employer of persons with disabilities in Northwest Florida and his visit to Tallahassee with this year's Leadership Pensacola class. Pensacola [...]

PS: Rep. Clay Ingram gives latest updates on the Florida House

PS: Rep. Clay Ingram gives latest updates on the Florida House

The Florida Legislature is shaping the 2016 state budget. Rep. Clay Ingram will call in to share the latest developments. 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 [...]

PS podcast: Nathan Monk on panhandling and homeless programs

PS podcast:  Nathan Monk on panhandling and homeless programs

On Pensacola Speaks, we discussed with Nathan Monk the city and county panhandling ordinances, programs that can help the homeless, and the pilot shelter that he ran this past winter. Pensacola Speaks airs on News Talk 1370 WCOA Monday-Friday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can call in and join [...]

PS Today: Guns in schools, panhandling and homelessness

PS Today:  Guns in schools, panhandling and homelessness

Escambia County School Board member Patty Hightower will come on the show @ 5:05 to talk about the House bill passed by committee (HB 19) that will allow school employees and volunteers to carry guns in public elementary, middle and high schools. Hightower also is the president of the Florida [...]

PS podcasts: Lumon May on new county jail and SYSA

On Pensacola Speaks on News Talk 1370 WCOA, Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May talked Friday afternoon about the new county jail and his work in with Southern Youth Sports Association. 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 [...]

Mobile Aerofest honors veterans next weekend

Mobile Aerofest honors veterans next weekend

Mobile Aerofest has announced a number of activities that will bring the veteran and civilian communities together as part of Aerofest EXPO, that will be taking place throughout the festival on March 20 and 21. These activities include the Hero Games which are designed to demonstrate the [...]

Inweekly March 2005: Remembering when Pensacola had a huge film festival

Inweekly March 2005: Remembering when Pensacola had a huge film festival

Over the years, Pensacola has attempted several festivals--Springfest, First Night, Beulah Fest, Grace Fest, Hawkshaw, Deluna Fest, just to name a few. One of my favorites was Pensacola Bay International Film Festival. We got to meet Oscar winners, directors, producers and actors. In March 2005, it [...]

PS today: Charlotte’s Web, City Council and New Jail

PS today: Charlotte’s Web, City Council and New Jail

The slate of interviews on today's Pensacola Speaks includes Tallahassee insider Ryan Wiggins on Charlotte's Web, Pensacola City Councilman Charles Bare on the surprises at last night's council meeting, and Commissioner Lumon May on the progress on the new jail. Pensacola Speaks airs weekdays [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Hovind guilty, find out how it went down

Pensacola Speaks:  Hovind guilty, find out how it went down

On Pensacola Speaks today, I will interview Chris Klotz, who represented Dr. Kent Hovind's co-defendent Paul John Hansen. This morning, the jury in the federal trial found Hovind guilty on one of four counts he was facing, and his co-defendant Hansen on two of five. Hovind was found guilty of [...]

Tough Mudder may not return due to county alcohol restrictions

Tough Mudder may not return due to county alcohol restrictions

Santa Rosa Press Gazette is reporting that Santa Rosa County could lose its popular Tough Mudder event if alcohol sales aren't allowed for its Sunday events. The organizers want to make it a two-day event, but the alcohol ban on Sundays in the north end of the county hinders the expansion. More [...]

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