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Coming: Radio Free Pensacola

Coming: Radio Free Pensacola

Radio Free Pensacola is about to go into Beta test mode and is looking for Internet deejays. I was included on this email. From Phread: I wanted to share some of the news with you guys as far as our progress is concerned. We've decided to go ahead and begin Beta Testing our live shows, and [...]

Next week: Night at the Speakeasy benefit

Next week: Night at the Speakeasy benefit

“A benefit party for a swell cause” is how Jena Melancon, executive director of the Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council, describes the council’s first ever Jazz Age event, “A Night at the Speakeasy.” On Thursday, October 24, from 6 to 9 p.m. the Museum of Commerce at 115 East [...]

In Celebration of Women Composers Concert tickets still available

Tickets Still Available for Choral Society of Pensacola’s “In Celebration of Women Composers” Concert Featuring Hanan Tarabay and Howard Reddy [...]

The Kitchen Witches adds Wednesday show

The Pensacola Little Theatre has added a performance of The Kitchen Witches on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 pm, as well as an additional matinee performance on Saturday, Oct.12 at 2:30 pm. Below is a list of the available performances: Wednesday / October 9 - 7:30pm Thursday / October 10 - [...]

Symphony will perform on Saturday

After carefully considering the latest projections from the National Hurricane Center regarding Tropical Storm Karen, Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Opening Night’ performance will proceed as scheduled on Saturday, October 5th, at 8PM at the Saenger Theatre. The box office will open at 6:30 [...]

Downtown Wine Festival Cancelled

The Downtown Improvement Board (DIB) and organizers of the Wine Festival located in Downtown Pensacola are cancelling the scheduled Wine Festival on October 5, 2013 due to Tropical Storm “Karen”. The tough decision was made in order to protect the safety and interests of the attendees, [...]

Buzz: ACE requests to make presentation

There really are two tourism issues facing the Escambia Board of County Commissioners: the governance and control of $5.5 million in bed tax dollars and the surplus in bed tax dollars for the 2012-13 fiscal year. David Bear, president of Art, Culture, and Entertainment (ACE), has requested 25 [...]

Bonfire Jam canceled

BonfireJam CEO Joe Lewis announced today that this year’s event will be canceled as it became evident that the investment is no longer financially viable. “It is with a heavy heart that we have to cancel BonfireJam. Although we have put everything we had into this event, it is evident [...]

Australian version of 60 Minutes looks at the health catastrophe caused by BP using dispersants in 2010 (Video)

Australian version of 60 Minutes looks at the health catastrophe caused by BP using dispersants in 2010 (Video)

In the summer of 2010, BP used Corexit oil dispersants to make the catastrophe look less severe, but little was known at the time about the long-term environmental effects of the chemicals used. Subsequent studies have shown that the chemicals increased the toxicity of the spill by as much as 52 [...]

On WCOA this morning

On WCOA this morning

Jim Sanborn is out on vacation and I will be filling for him this morning, and the rest of the week, on WCOA AM & FM from 6-8 a.m. Listen online.

TripShock promotes Pensacola tours

The website TripShock.com is now booking six historical city tours for history buffs traveling to Pensacola, FL. Historic Pensacola Segway Tour: Segways provide transportation through downtown Pensacola as travelers visit historical sites, landmarks and monuments on a two hour narrated [...]

Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company sets out on its own

Press Release: The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company (SetsCo), until this year a part of Pensacola Little Theatre’s Treehouse Theatre division, has incorporated as a non-profit and will be offering conservatory classes starting in September at the Pensacola Opera Center. “Students will [...]

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