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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 [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Sheriff David Morgan and Florida Water Advocates

Pensacola Speaks: Sheriff David Morgan and Florida Water Advocates

On Pensacola Speaks this afternoon, Sheriff David Morgan will stop by the studio in the first half hour. Lee Killinger and Frank Bernardino of Florida Water Advocates will call-in during the second half hour to discuss House and Senate comprehensive water bills. We will also get an update on [...]

Clinton the Musical coming to Broadway

Clinton the Musical coming to Broadway

Clinton The Musical, the new headline making musical by Paul Hodge and Michael Hodge will begin its run on March 25. If President William Jefferson Clinton behaved like two different people—one moment noble, the next naughty—that’s because he was! Clinton The Musical explores the two [...]

Dukes of Dixieland to headline the 2015 Pensacola JazzFest

Dukes of Dixieland to headline the 2015 Pensacola JazzFest

Press release: More than 20 acts are scheduled to perform at this year’s Pensacola Jazz Fest, including the world famous Dukes of Dixieland, making it the biggest Pensacola JazzFest in history. The 32nd Annual Pensacola JazzFest is a two-day musical celebration, hosted by the Jazz Society of [...]

Pensacola Speaks: GOP strategist Rick Wilson at 5:15 pm today

Pensacola Speaks: GOP strategist Rick Wilson at 5:15 pm today

GOP political strategist Rick Wilson was a regular guest on last year's radio show. The owner of Florida-based political consulting firm Intrepid Media, Wilson is routinely called upon by major news networks and big name newspapers to weigh in on the political topics of the day. His twitter feed is [...]

Pensacola Speaks: How to start a business and the mysterious death of Willie Junior

Pensacola Speaks:  How to start a business and the mysterious death of Willie Junior

We will open Pensacola Speaks today with an interview with Kelly Massey, the director of the Florida Small Business Development Center at UWF, about his upcoming "Boot Camp" series--a four-week training course on how to start, plan, market and effectively manage a business. Massey will take [...]

Bike Fest Call for Funky Bikes

Bike Fest Call for Funky Bikes

The Funky Bike Fest calls for creative people of all ages to get your funky bicycles ready to show off to the people of Pensacola. Get a head start and start designing now. The fun takes place Saturday, March 28, 1–5 p.m., in Pensacola’s historic Belmont Devilliers neighborhood. To enter the [...]

Smokin’ in the Square today

Smokin’ in the Square today

Professional barbecue teams from around the U.S. gather to compete at the first barbecue contest locally to be sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society (KSBS). The teams compete for prize money and points. Local barbecue enthusiasts also will be competing for prize money and bragging [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Fracking and Hillary Clinton up for discussion

Pensacola Speaks:  Fracking and Hillary Clinton up for discussion

On Pensacola Speaks this afternoon, I will interview Kim Ross, Rethink Energy Florida President and Founder. She will be in town on Monday to facilitate a 350 Pensacola workshop, "Florida and Fracking." Kim will be on the air @ 5:15 p.m. In the second half hour, we will talk about the Hillary [...]

PSC: Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Misuzu Tanaka, March 8

PSC: Kamerman Piano Series Concert with Misuzu Tanaka, March 8

The Sid and Jeannie Kamerman Piano Series at Pensacola State College presents at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, March 8, in the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8 on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. As an avid performer of works by J. S. Bach and an advocate of modern music, Misuzu Tanaka is [...]

Pensacola Speaks podcast: Don Gaetz

Pensacola Speaks podcast: Don Gaetz

Yesterday, I interviewed State Senator Don Gaetz on Pensacola Speaks. We discussed Garcon Point Bridge, guns on campuses, Charlotte's Web and gambling. Pensacola Speaks airs weekdays from 5-6 p.m. on News Talk 1370 WCOA. Call in @ 850-478-3116. You can listen online on their website or download [...]

Pensacola Speaks line-up today: Don Gaetz and Sara Latshaw

Pensacola Speaks line-up today: Don Gaetz and Sara Latshaw

State Senator Don Gaetz will call into the show during the first half hour. We will discuss the first week of the legislative session. In the second half hour, we will have Sara Latshaw with the ACLU. We will discuss her efforts to get rights restoration amendment on the Florida ballot in [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Where do you stand on Five Flags issue

Pensacola Speaks: Where do you stand on Five Flags issue

Call into Pensacola Speaks this afternoon at 5:12 pm and let us know what you think about Commissioner Grover Robinson's proposal to bring back the Five Flag display to the Pensacola Bay Center. The number is 850-478-3116. From 5:12-5:30 p.m. on News Talk 1370 WCOA, I will take callers on the [...]

Pensacola Speaks: Grover Robinson and Stephanie Coontz

Pensacola Speaks: Grover Robinson and Stephanie Coontz

On Pensacola Speaks today, we will have Commissioner Grover Robinson talk about the legislative agenda of the Florida Association of Counties. Robinson is the FAC president. He will be on the show @ 5:40. In the first half-hour, we will have Stephanie Coontz, the Director of Research and [...]

Bard Battle during spring break

Bard Battle during spring break

Press release: For two days in March, students can join members of the Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company to explore the world of Shakespeare's fights -- from insult to (stage) combat. Shakespeare’s plays teem with word play, insults, and altercations, and campers will explore the situations, [...]

Pensacon sold out on Saturday

Pensacon sold out on Saturday

Due to a maximum capacity inside the Pensacola Bay Center, Pensacon 2015 Saturday day passes sold out yesterday. “We knew this year was going to be even bigger and busier than last year, and we were ready to sell out,” said Manda Manning, Pensacon’s director of marketing. “This is a very [...]

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