June 1, 2009 RSS feed / Features

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Evenings in Olde Seville Square bring summer to life with weekly outdoor concerts

Whether your taste runs to sultry jazz, high-energy dance hits, traditional country reminiscent of Roy Orbison or pianos locked in a rhythmic duel, the June concerts every Thursday from 7-9 p.m. at Evenings in Olde Seville have something for you. More...

The Gills showcase new music during the month of June

Pensacola rock band, The Gills, entertains crowds with music from debut album

Gills are the respiratory organs that extract oxygen from water and excrete carbon dioxide. More...

Calendar

June Splash! Calendar

June 4-7 Watch Blue Angels practice from the Lighthouse View the Blue Angels Practice Air Show from the top of the Pensacola Lighthouse on June 3, at 8:30 a.m. Closed toed shoes are required! Reservations required. More...

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Take flight this summer at the National Naval Aviation Museum

The National Naval Aviation Museum is one of the top 10 Florida attractions and is the largest Naval Aviation museum in the world!

School's out for the summer, but who says the learning stops there? More...

Follow in royal footsteps on Royal Tour of Pensacola

Travelers to the Pensacola Bay Area can now add something new to their vacation checklist: walking in the footsteps of a king and queen, thanks to a new brochure by the Pensacola Bay Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. More...

Protecting YOUR LIPS from the forgotten cancer

5,400 people die each year from oral cancer.

Don't just give lip service to a severely peeling or flaking mouth. Oncologists say a few weeks of those symptoms could indicate lip cancer. More...

Fish Stories

Weather permitting, let's catch some fish

Live bait will definitely increase your hook ups

I get asked the same question nearly every morning, "Captain, what's the weather going to be like today?" My answer is always variable to terrible. So far this year I think the weather patterns have been leaning way more towards the terrible side. More...

Water, water everywhere: Best of all, there's fish in there

Pensacola is blessed to be surrounded on three sides by water, meaning that unlimited fishing opportunities abound for residents and visitors. More...

Kid's Fishing Clinic June 6 in Panama City

The annual "Kid's Fishing Clinic" will be on Saturday, June 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Panama City Marina. The event is presented by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Children of all ages are invited to participate—free of charge. More...

Shopping

The Outlet

Designer fashions for up to 70% off

We all wish for a shop a store filled with famous maker purses, belts, jewelry, shoes and clothing for men, women and children, all marked from 20-70 percent off the original retail price. Now it is more than a wish, it is a reality. More...

Dining

Splash! RESTAURANT GUIDE

Hungry? Before heading out, check some of the local's recommendations!

AMERICAN BullFeather's Quietwater Boardwalk Pensacola Beach (850) 934-7511 Sideline's 2 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach, FL (850) 934-3660 Great wings and burgers, plus really friendly wait staff; lots of TVs to watch sports. Full bar. More...

Nightlife

Fun when the sun goes down!

Bands on the Beach At the Gulfside Pavillion Pensacola Beach (850) 932-2257 visitpensacolabeach.com Free Summer Concert Series: Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. Featuring Modern Eldorados on June 2. More...

Happenings

'Music Man' hits the stage at PLT

The all-American story of "The Music Man" is coming to Pensacola Little Theatre this summer. The classic musical tells the story of a fast-talking con man who meets his match in a small town librarian. More...

Dancing With the Stars visits Pensacola

Cast members from the hit television show Dancing with the Stars are coming to Pensacola Monday, June 15 for the Life's a Dance event, which will benefit Covenant Hospice. More...

Blue Morning Gallery opens a Featured Artist Show on June 14

Blue Morning Gallery will host a Featured Artist Show featuring Becky Makla and Linda Hawthorne from June 14 through July 25. A reception will be conducted on Friday night, June 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. More...