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PS Podcast: Lumon May shares stories about his father, the late Rev. Theophalis May

PS Podcast: Lumon May shares stories about his father, the late Rev. Theophalis May

Theophalis May (1927-2006) was a Pensacola architect, builder and minister. He is credited with many of the restorations in the downtown Pensacola historic district. We got Commissioner Lumon May to appear on Pensacola Speaks and talk about the legacy of his father.

PS Today:  Rick Wilson and Kevin Cate on Clinton and Rubio

PS Today: Rick Wilson and Kevin Cate on Clinton and Rubio

Yesterday, former Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady Hillary Clinton announced that she will be seeking the Democratic presidential nomination. This afternoon, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio will announce his campaign for the GOP nomination. On Pensacola Speaks, we will have two of the [...]

Viewpoint: What is a Strong Mayor?

Viewpoint: What is a Strong Mayor?

By George Hawthorne, CEO, Diversity Program Advisors, Inc. Writing "strong memos” does not make a “strong mayor” in the absence of concise actions, transactional transparency and unambiguous communications. Strong mayors provide governance, policies and leadership that is effective and [...]

Can One Pill a Day Prevent HIV? Community Forum with Dr. Kenneth Mayer

Can One Pill a Day Prevent HIV? Community Forum with Dr. Kenneth Mayer

Press Release: Dr. Kenneth Mayer, globally known for his progressive work and research regarding HIV/AIDS, will be visiting Pensacola next week to discuss new methods in HIV prevention. The community forum will take place on Monday, April 13, at 2pm in downtown Pensacola at the Bowden Building [...]

Ryan Wiggins: What the heck is going on in Tallahassee

Ryan Wiggins: What the heck is going on in Tallahassee

Ryan Wiggins, founder of Full Impact Strategies, talks on Pensacola Speaks about the circus going on in Tallahassee. She gives an update on Charlotte's Web - she is very positive of what's happening. She is very candid over the fight between the Senate and House over health coverage for low [...]

Out from behind the memos, Hayward speaks to WCOA

Out from behind the memos, Hayward speaks to WCOA

On Friday, Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward was a guest on News Talk 1370 WCOA's "Good Morning Gulf Coast" with Don Parker and Jim Sanborn. The mayor talked about CBRE, his vision for the Community Maritime Park, Pensacola International Airport and Port of Pensacola. The mayor said the departure [...]

Seville Rotary Cornhole Classic

Seville Rotary Cornhole Classic

Press release: Seville Rotary’s annual Cornhole Classic will be held on Saturday, April 18th at 12 pm at Seville Quarter. This will be a 2-person team, double elimination style format tournament. All players must be 21 to compete. Trophies, bragging rights, and cool prizes will be awarded to [...]

Weekly State Roundup: Bills living, dying and in limbo

Weekly State Roundup: Bills living, dying and in limbo

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA On a week when Jimmy Buffett came to the Capitol, one major piece of legislation ended up happily ever after. But others were getting to where they might need to do the desperation samba. As for the fate of other legislation? Only time will [...]

University of West Florida Upcoming Events,  April 12-18

University of West Florida Upcoming Events, April 12-18

University of West Florida Upcoming Events April 12-18, 2015 Below are upcoming events at the University of West Florida. Media interested in additional information should contact news@uwf.edu. Title: Spring Explore UWF (H.S. Juniors) Date: April 11 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 [...]

PNJ editorial hits mark on strong mayor and strong memos

PNJ editorial hits mark on strong mayor and strong memos

The daily newspaper today asked many of the same questions we have had regarding CBRE and the Community Maritime Park - "Editorial: Strong mayor, strong memos" Something is wrong in City Hall in how it deals with some of its very basic business functions: CBRE contract extension, city attorney's [...]

Inweekly April 2011 Flashback: 50 Best Places to Eat

Inweekly April 2011 Flashback: 50 Best Places to Eat

At Inweekly, we love to eat. For our 2011 Annual Spring EAT! Issue, our staff, with a little help from some anonymous foodies, have put together the first ever “Top 50 Places to Eat Right Now”–according to us–based on food execution, staff, atmosphere and how the meal quality falls in line [...]

Judge throws out Charlotte’s Web rules challenge

Judge throws out Charlotte’s Web rules challenge

An administrative law judge Friday dismissed a challenge to a proposed regulatory framework for carrying out a 2014 law that allows limited types of non-euphoric medical marijuana in Florida. The challenge was filed against the state Department of Health by an attorney for 4-year-old Dahlia [...]

Inweekly April 2008 Flashback: King brothers and how Mollye Barrows turned down bikini modeling

Inweekly April 2008 Flashback: King brothers and how Mollye Barrows turned down bikini modeling

On April 9, 2008, Alex King was released from Brevard Correctional Institution in Cocoa after serving about six years for his confessed role in bludgeoning death his father, Terry King. His brother would released a year later from Lancaster Correctional Institution, west of Gainesville. Inweekly [...]

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for Escambia County opens next month

Pensacola Humane Society reports Pensacola is on its way to becoming a no-kill community with the dedication of the Barbara Grice Memorial Spay & Neuter Clinic at the Pensacola Humane Society on May 18. The public is invited to attend from 11 am–12:30 pm for a ribbon cutting, brief remarks, light [...]

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