June 1, 2010 RSS feed / Features

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Mutant plant invades Downtown Pensacola

Pensacola Little Theatre presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

Skid Row florist shop worker Seymour Krelborn has discovered a strange new plant that requires human blood for nourishment. More...

Le Grande Cirque brings awe-inspiring entertainment to the Emerald Coast

Le Grand Cirque is a visual feast of white-knuckle acrobatics.

Visitors and residents of Northwest Florida are now able to enjoy an international entertainment attraction unlike any other offered in the region. More...

Music Notes

Northwest Florida’s own Opry

No need to go to Nashville….we have our own Opry right here. If you haven’t experienced the Farmer’s Opry in Chumuckla, you’re missing out! More...

Dining

The view makes the difference

Relax and enjoy some time on the water

“Where thousands live the way millions wish they could,” is the way former mayor and Pensacola car dealer Vince Whibbs described the area. More...

Nightlife

Fun when the sun goes down

Bamboo Willie’s: 400 Quietwater Beach Road Pensacola Beach (850) 916-9888 Thurs., June 3: Schofield, 8 p.m. Fri., June 4: Schofield, 8 p.m. Sat., June 5: Heritage, 10 p.m. Sun., June 6: 8 Years Later, 3 p.m. More...

Happenings

Take off this Summer at the National Naval Aviation Museum

See new IMAX film HUBBLE

The National Naval Aviation Museum features nearly 300,000 square feet of displays and is one of the world’s largest aviation museums. More...

Fiesta Days are back!!

Celebrate the founding of the City of Pensacola from June 3-13.

It’s June, and the Fiesta Days are here again! The Fiesta of Five Flags is an annual celebration of the founding of Pensacola by the Spanish conquistador Don Tristan de Luna in 1559. More...

Exhibit explores man’s relationship to the sky

The Mattie Kelly Arts Center presents ‘Flight Path’

On June 20, the McIlroy Gallery at Northwest Florida State College will open “Flight Path,” an exhibition that explores human flight, both real and fantastic, in art.   More...

Fish Stories

Fish are still biting despite BPoil spill

Yes, we are still fishing here along the northern Gulf Coast of Florida.   Despite all the media rumors about the BP oil spill, our waters remain open to recreational fishing from inland to nearly 35 miles due south of Pensacola.   More...

June fishing tournaments in NW Florida

To anglers around the Southeast, June is known as “fishing tournament” month, and this year’s series of tournaments will start off with a bang, despite the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf. Splash highlights a few of the best:   More...

Calendar

June Theatre

Thursday, June 3   Fiesta Days Celebration   The annual Fiesta of Five Flags event celebrates the founding of Pensacola as the first European settlement in the U.S. More...

Home

Catching an outdoor movie is a great way to spend summer evenings

Friday Family Flicks at Palafox Pier   More...

Sometimes youthful mistakes make unbelievable stories

Piper Kerman reveals the choices, characters and experiences that allowed her to grow from a childish college grad to a self-aware, independent adult in ‘Orange is the New Black’

Ten thousand dollars, one West African drug lord, and a decade after her role in an international heroin trafficking ring, memoirist Piper Kerman finds herself sentenced to more than a year in a federal prison.   More...

Explore Florida history on Old Spanish Heritage Trail

Saturday, June 5 is National Trails Day – a day for outdoor enthusiasts to seek out their favorite trails to discover, learn about, and celebrate trails while participating in educational exhibits, trail dedications, gear demonstrations, instr More...