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Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

Bill’s Birthday Bash at NY Nick’s…really it is at NY Nick’s on April 23

The Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company (SETSCO) is celebrating Shakespeare’s 450th birthday with a fundraiser for their upcoming production of The Taming of the Shrew. Tickets for the fundraiser will go on sale April 7, 2014. The company will hold a party for Shakespeare on his birthday at [...]

Varona issues statement

Statement from Robert de Varona on Judge Gary Bergosh ruling that Varona Enterprises has sixty days to vacate Airport leasehold property: "Today Eloise and I are grateful that the court has taken a stand for the rule of law and for the practice of fairness. For months, this process has become a [...]

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

Clash brewing over bid to revive vouchers

By Brandon Larrabee, The News Service of Florida The sponsor of a Senate measure that would help parents pay for education services for disabled children suggested Wednesday that she was not interested in adding an expansion of the state's de facto voucher program to the bill. The comments by [...]

Commissioner Jim Williamson passes away

Santa Rosa County Commissioner Bob Cole told the Rscambia County Commission that His fellow commissioner, Jim Williamson, passed away this morning.

Remembering the BP oil spill

Remembering the BP oil spill

CNN national correspondent David Mattingly recently visited Pensacola to talk about his reporting on 2010 BP Gulf Oil Spill. He spent more time on the Gulf Coast during the disaster than any other national correspondent and created dozens of reports detailing the events and people involved. [...]

Ice Flyers release playoff schedule for this week

Ice Flyers release playoff schedule for this week

The Pensacola Ice Flyers will face the Knoxville Ice Bears in the semi-final of the SPHL President's Cup playoffs for the third straight year. Game one will be played Thursday, Apr. 3 at 7:05 p.m. Central Time (CT) at the Pensacola Bay Center. Game two will be played on Saturday, Apr. 5, at 6:30 [...]

University of West Florida Upcoming Events, March 30 – April 5

University of West Florida Upcoming Events,  March 30 – April 5

Take Back the Night Date: Wednesday, April 2 Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Location: UWF Commons Auditorium, Building 22 Details: Take part in the 15th annual Take Back the Night, an international event intended to educate, protest and bring awareness to violence. Throughout its history, Take Back [...]

Breaking News: Jeff Miller up for House Intelligence chairmanship

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers shocked DC power brokers by announcing he will leave Congress, setting off speculation that Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., will be his replacement. Stay tuned. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone

House Democrats prepared to block gambling deal with Seminoles

House Democrats prepared to block gambling deal with Seminoles

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida House Democrats say they will kill a new gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe unless it includes more games for South Florida pari-mutuels. Without the support of the Democratic caucus' 44 members, the chamber won't be able to ratify an agreement, [...]

Monday Night Jams – Open Mic returns

Monday Night Jams – Open Mic returns

One of Pensacola's favorite Open Mics is back at The Big Easy Tavern! Located in the beautiful,historic North Hill of Downtown Pensacola,the event is open to bands of all genera's,single musicians,comedians,poets,and just about anything else. The show is hosted by members of different local [...]

Baseball game demonstrated strong Pensacola-Troy connection

Baseball game demonstrated strong Pensacola-Troy connection

By Steve Barnes Tuesday, Troy's baseball team had the first at-bat, but that was a mistake. It should have been the home team. The Trojans and Alabama met Tuesday at the home ballpark of Pensacola's Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. It came just four days before the Reds play an [...]

Scott vs. Crist on Vehicle Registration Fees

Scott vs. Crist on Vehicle Registration Fees

Scott was on the House floor last Thursday when the chamber unanimously approved his top election-year priority, a rollback in vehicle-registration fees authorized by the Republican-dominated Legislature in 2009, when Crist just happened to be at the helm. The bill, which will save motorists [...]

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