Pensacola

Occupy Pensacola moves protest to Regions today

November 2, 2011

OP Press Release: Our migration from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza to City Hall has proven to be a stressful one. Our logistics were “sabotaged” last Friday with the Mayor’s announcement to prohibit tents at…

News

Cain leaves NW Florida off his state campaign

November 1, 2011

Press Release: Friends of Herman Cain Campaign today announces their Florida Statewide Co-Chairs. “The continued enthusiasm for Mr. Cain’s authentic and implementable ideas is building inFlorida from the grassroots to the grass tops,” said Senator Steve…

BP Disaster Business

Transocean wants BP to pay up

November 1, 2011

Reuters reports that the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig, Transocean Ltd, has asked a federal judge in New Orleans to order BP to cover a variety of its damages and other costs arising from the…

Pensacola

Occupy Pensacola expands protests, graffiti

November 1, 2011

Some of the Occupy Pensacola campers have wandered off of City Hall property and are protesting–with a megaphone and signs–in front of the Garden Street branch of Bank of America. The worker was removing grafiti off…

News

Doughnut Diet

November 1, 2011

Personal trainer Drew Manning gained more than 70 pounds to help others get in shape. Source: ABC…

Caring

Volunteer Ushers Needed

November 1, 2011

Press Release: With the upcoming busy show season, the Saenger Theatre needs to add to its volunteer usher roles. Each performance utilizes approximately 16 volunteer ushers to assist the paid staff with the audience needs and…

News

Mythbusters

November 1, 2011

Ronald Reagan was not a bad actor (Bedtime for Bonzo not withstanding). Tony the Tiger is not making our children fat, and no, the South did not secede FOR state’s rights. The Washington Post exposed a…

Business

St. Pete Times to change moniker

November 1, 2011

My beloved St. Petersburg Times will change its name to Tamba Bay Times, effective Jan. 31: From CEO Paul Tash: “Since I started here as a reporter in 1978, I have answered my phone with some…

Business

Call for Wall Street Justice

November 1, 2011

Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen joins the growing list of people asking for justice over the financial meltdown that has crippled this country’s economy. The SEC fined Citigroup $285 million, which barely put a dent in…