August 1, 2009 RSS feed / Features

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Shakespearean magic, betrayal, romance crash into Pensacola

The Tempest, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Katie McHugh will be showing at Pensacola Little Theatre from August 13-16. The Shakespearean classic is a production of the Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company. More...

Blue Collar Comedy star Ron White takes stage at Saenger

Comedian Ron White, also known by his fans at "Tater Salad," takes the stage at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola on Saturday, August 8 at 7:30 p.m. More...

Evenings in Old Seville Square August schedule

August 6 - Mass Kunfuzion MASS KUNFUZION can be classified as a "who" and not a "what" for it is made up of a bunch of "who's" rather than a bunch of "what's." KUNFUZED? GREAT!!! That's what we were shooting for. More...

Shopping

Commitment to customers, Christ mark 40 years of Innerlight success

Innerlight Surf and Skate celebrated its 40th anniversary on Saturday, May 30, making it the oldest continually running successful business in the area. The Gulf Breeze store marked the day with pizza, discounts, cake, movies and more. More...

Dining

Splash! RESTAURANT GUIDE

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

AMERICAN Third Base Pub 916-1456 Highway 98 in Midway Burgers, wings, nachos, onion rings and more in a sports bar setting. More...

Cool off with sushi

Fuji Steak House and Sushi Bar in Gulf Breeze is a great place to beat the heat and cool off with sushi! More...

Happenings

Come celebrate Scoop's birthday with Splash! Magazine

Friday, August 21, 2009

On Friday, August 21, Pensacola Pelicans mascot, Scoop, invites all local mascots to Pelican Park to help celebrate the mascots' birthday. More...

Visit your national parks for free on August 15-16!

Fort Pickens, Opal Beach and other entities in the National Park Service are fee-free on August 15 and 16, making it a perfect time to visit some of America's treasures. More...

'Art of Africa' exhibit displays creative diversity of great continent

Pieces part of a collection of thousands

From the desert sands of the Sahara to the thunderous roar of Victoria Falls, visitors to the Pensacola Museum of Art can now experience the vibrant diversity of art and culture from all corners of the African continent. More...

Fish Stories

Offshore trolling much improved

Current change means clear, blue water

The currents have finally changed form the northwest and turned up speed from a more southeasterly direction. This means nothing but cleaner water and better fishing for anglers along the Florida panhandle. More...

Calendar

August Calendar

Saturday, August 1 Depression Glass Show and Sale August 1 and 2 Glass Show. Times are Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds. For more information call 972-672-6213. More...

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Free recreation guides for State Parks now available

Officials with the Florida Division of Forestry announce that Blackwater River State Forest Recreation Guides are now available for $7.00 at the following locations on the state forest: State Forest Headquarters, located at 11650 Munson Hwy., and C More...

Enjoy fresh fruit in this Peach Pecan Crumble

Peaches make one of the best tasting "crisp" desserts. Give this one a try, it is simple and easy to put together. More...

Colorful trolleys get you where you need to go

During major events, vehicular traffic on Pensacola Beach can grind to a virtual standstill. 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. August 4: Not Quite Fab. August 11: The LAYMEN. More...