September 1, 2011 RSS feed / Features

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Josh Turner to perform at Bonfire Jam, tickets are already available

The Second Annual BonfireJam, scheduled Dec. 10 in Chumuckla, will begin pre-selling tickets at all Pen Air Federal Credit Union branches and 29 area Walgreens, according to Joe Lewis, the event’s promoter.  More...

Calendar

SEPTEMBER CALENDAR

Thursday, Sept. 1  HarborWalk Village’s Red, White, and Blue Celebrations 6-8 p.m., HarborWalk Village, 10 Harbor Boulevard, Destin 850-424-0600  Friday, Sept. More...

Dining

A Grand dining experience

As you drive over the Bob Sikes Bridge and enter onto Pensacola Beach through the toll plaza, I suggest you make an immediate U-turn. I'm not telling you to leave the beach, rather to visit one of its finest eateries – The Grand Marlin.  More...

Happenings

Don’t miss 4th Annual Taste of the Beach

Island chefs are preparing to showcase their signature dishes at the 4th Annual Taste of the Beach, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17-18, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

‘Life’s a Vettes’ car show Sept. 17

Make your plans to join Miracle Strip Corvette Club at its annual "Life's a Vette on the Beach" Car Show, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  This Gulf side car show gets bigger and better each year. More...

PSC gallery features works of renowned sculptor, author

Pensacola State College’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts is featuring works by graphic designer and author Jonathan Twingley and sculptor Ted Metz through Oct. 7.  More...

Coastal Life

Help keep our beaches beautiful by helping with coastal cleanup

Trash doesn't fall from the sky, it falls from human hands, and human hands have the power to change it.  If you want to make a difference, join local volunteers on Saturday, Sept. 17, 8 a.m. More...

Make this month a SUPtember to remember

Northwest Florida has embraced fastest-growing water sport; get on board and join in on the fun

Stand up paddle boarding, or SUPing, has become an extremely popular activity among residents of Northwest Florida. This “SUPtember” is the perfect time to get on board and learn the basics or expand your skills. More...

Annual Beaches to Woodlands Tour begins on September 24

The 8th Annual Beaches to Woodlands Tour of Santa Rosa County will once again showcase the area's diversity with more than three dozen familyfriendly events staged weekends in late September and throughout five weekends in October. More...

Fish Stories

Fall fishing figures to be fantastic

I really hope fall is not far around the corner. For some magical reason, Sept. 15 is the magic day. This is when the first cold front per say, invades the South.  More...

FWC unveils new fishing programs

With a record of trophy catches, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission hopes to reaffirm the state's status as the Fishing Capital of the World and become the undisputed Bass Fishing Capital of the World.  More...

Fun & Games

It’s not just a hotel; it’s a state of mind

Anyone who has ever dreamed of escaping to a tropical island and sipping a margarita will enjoy being immersed in the barefoot elegance of Margaritaville Beach Hotel, where summer never ends. More...

Building a new future for Pensacola sports

As work continues on the Pensacola’s much-anticipated Community Maritime Park, the project is building much more than just a stadium. More...

Seafood and Reggae and Beers, oh my!

Fun fall festivals are one of the great autumn traditions celebrated in most cultures around the world, and Northwest Florida is no different. September brings the first round of fall festivals to the Gulf coast. More...

Beach Reading

Local boy writes guide book to the Gulf coast

Joshua Kinser, a Pensacola native, published his first book in June of this year, citing a need for money to buy drum equipment as his motivation.  In his 403 page guidebook titled “Florida Gulf Coast,” Kinser drums up the best that More...