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Latest on parking at Vinyl Music Hall

April 21, 2017

Curt Morse, executive director of the Downtown Improvement Board, went on “Pensacola Speaks” to clear up confusion over Vinyl Music Hall blocking off parking spaces on Garden Street for bands to load off equipment for their…

Politics

UWF student honored for voice and arts advocacy

April 20, 2017

University of West Florida student Donovan Black received two notable honors recently, the 2017 Grady-Rayam Prize in Vocal Performance and the UWF Arts Advocacy Award. Black, a senior majoring in vocal performance, competed in the Grady-Rayam…

Politics

White in contention for House Speaker

April 18, 2017

Peter Schorsch, creator of SaintPetersBlog.com and FloridaPolitics.com, keeps an eye on the internal politics of the Florida Legislature. In his most recent analysis of the 2022 (not a typo) House Speaker’s race, Pensacola’s Frank White is…

Pensacola Politics

Open Gaetz Day in Pensacola, April 20

April 17, 2017

Congressman Matt Gaetz will be hosting a full day of events in the Pensacola Beach and Pensacola area on April 20, for “Open Gaetz Day Pensacola”. Much of the day will focus on the environment. The…

Business Pensacola

Saenger Theatre now offers public Wi-Fi

April 13, 2017

The Saenger Theatre recently upgraded its amenities for patrons attending events at the city-owned building. Through a joint effort with the Technology Department of the City of Pensacola, patrons who attend events at the Saenger Theatre…

Pensacola

City of Pensacola launches speakers bureau

April 13, 2017

This week, the City of Pensacola announced on its “Transparent Pensacola” page the creation of a speakers bureau to provide public speakers for local clubs, schools, civic groups, neighborhood associations and community organizations. The city isn’t…

Pensacola

Dueling Opinions on Veto

April 13, 2017

The interpretation of the Pensacola City Charter continues to be like deciphering the Dead Sea Scrolls for city officials. At the special meeting on April 10, City Attorney Lysia Bowling told the city council that Mayor Ashton…