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‘Rock Show Tonight’ debuts this fall

‘Rock Show Tonight’ debuts this fall

Jimothy Raggs, inventor of the Members Only jacket, hosts 'Rock Show Tonight' this fall. Stay tuned for more info. Until then, check out this video.

GlowRage coming to UWF campus Sept. 6

GlowRage coming to UWF campus Sept. 6

GlowRage is coming home to Pensacola to perform a charity event in conjunction with the University of West Florida's ATΩ fraternity. The event will be held 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6 on the Greens at the University of West Florida and will benefit the SAVE Suicide Awareness organization. Tickets [...]

Podcast: More on Ashley Madison blackmail scam

Podcast: More on Ashley Madison blackmail scam

Fred Touchette of AppRiver came on "Pensacola Speaks" yesterday to talk about a blackmail scam tied to the Ashley Madison website.

Motown featured at Gulf Coast Summer Fest 2015

Motown featured at Gulf Coast Summer Fest 2015

Press release: Labor Day signifies the end of the summer season, and event planners in Pensacola are celebrating in style and song over the long holiday weekend by hosting Gulf Coast Summer Fest 2015. The popular annual concert series is know for bringing top R&B, Jazz and Blues musicians to [...]

Podcast: The Beacon, Pensacola’s Emergency Shelter for Women and Children

Podcast: The Beacon, Pensacola’s Emergency Shelter for Women and Children

Nathan Monk came on "Pensacola Speaks" yesterday to discuss The Beacon - Pensacola's Only Emergency Shelter for Women and Children. Check out the Facebook page.

Pot industry pitches: From ‘Stinky Purple’ to ‘Dry Mango Swirls’

Pot industry pitches: From ‘Stinky Purple’ to ‘Dry Mango Swirls’

BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Armored cars ferrying pounds of pot products --- with names like "Stinky Purple" --- from Pensacola to Miami. Cannabis advertised on billboards throughout the state by companies linked to some of the Capitol's most powerful lobbyists. That scenario [...]

UWF Foundation announces $100,000 endowment from Partnership for Public Health

UWF Foundation announces $100,000 endowment from Partnership for Public Health

Press release: Partnership for Public Health, Inc. – a non-profit corporation with a mission to support local organizations interested in improving public health – recently established a $100,000 endowment to support the University of West Florida Master of Public Health program. The UWF [...]

Florida Public Relations Association board installed

Florida Public Relations Association board installed

The Pensacola Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) has installed its 2015-2016 board of directors. The new officers include: president, Carmela Cook, Baptist Health Care; president-elect/VP membership, Nicole Stacey, Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce; past president, [...]

United Way honors Community partners

United Way honors Community partners

Press Release: On August 27, more than 250 United Way supporters and partners joined United Way of Escambia County at First Baptist Church of Pensacola to celebrate the year's accomplishments and the many community partners who helped improve lives in our area. The 2014-15 Annual Meeting featured [...]

Florida Senate unveils last-ditch Congressional map

Florida Senate unveils last-ditch Congressional map

By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A key state senator floated a last-ditch effort Thursday to strike a compromise with the House on new congressional districts, while voting-rights groups that challenged the current congressional map called for the Florida Supreme Court to take [...]

Muddy, Murky Mess of Maritime Leases

Muddy, Murky Mess of Maritime Leases

The Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Directors on Wednesday passed leases for parcels 3, 6 and 9 that contained the 24 changes that Mayor Ashton Hayward's attorney - John Daniel of Beggs & Lane - wanted made to the agreements that were approved by the same board more than a month [...]

Pensacola’s Annual Bon Fest to celebrate Japanese traditions and culture

Pensacola’s Annual Bon Fest to celebrate Japanese traditions and culture

The authentic Japanese summer festival features Matsuriza from Epcot’s Taiko Drummers WHAT: Bon Fest Pensacola presents Bon Odori 2015 WHEN: Saturday, August 29, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. WHERE: Woodland Heights Resource Center, 111 Berkley Drive, Pensacola FL 32503 [...]

PSC Warrington campus gets new leadership

PSC Warrington campus gets new leadership

Following a national search, Pensacola State College’s Director of Nursing Dusti Sluder has been selected as the Dean of the Warrington Campus, PSC President Edward Meadows announced. “Because of the BSN accreditation processes taking place this year and the need to get our new Assistant [...]

Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival returns Oct. 1

Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival returns Oct. 1

Press Release  October brings music to our ears! Pensacola Beach plays host to some of the world’s most talented songwriters – creating a musical and creative atmosphere unlike any other. This year is no different, as songwriters are scheduled to participate in the 7th Annual Pensacola [...]

Judge expected to leave bench amid charges

Judge expected to leave bench amid charges

A Northwest Florida circuit judge facing allegations of improper conduct appears likely to retire because of a disability, according to documents released Thursday by the Florida Supreme Court. An investigative panel of the state Judicial Qualifications Commission recommended "involuntary [...]

AppRiver warns of Ashley Madison blackmail scam

AppRiver warns of Ashley Madison blackmail scam

AppRiver, based in Gulf Breeze, is a worldwide leader in email and Web security. Their team has discovered a new scam tied to the dating site Ashley Madison that is circulating on the internet. From the Appriver blog: "We recently uncovered messages that target Ashley Madison account holders [...]

Will someone introduce a bill requiring mandatory arming of reporters?

Will someone introduce a bill requiring mandatory arming of reporters?

Yesterday, a gunman killed two reporters in Roanoke, Va. The shooting and the screams of one of the reporters were captured on camera. Sadly, that wasn't the only mass shooting incident for the day. Four others were shot in a home invasion in Minneapolis. According to the Washington Post, [...]

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