May 1, 2012 RSS feed / Features

Honoring our Heroes

Gulf Coast celebrates National Military Appreciation Month in May

I’d like to kick-off National Military Appreciation Month with a personal “thank you” to our service men and women from myself and the rest of us here at Splash! magazine. More...

On miPod

BonfireJam rocks Pensacola Beach May 12

Country music concert will have you boot-scootin’ in the sand!

The Gulfside Pavilion will be the place to be for county music fans on May 12 when BonfireJam takes over Pensacola Beach. More...

What’s life without a little love?

Pensacola Little Theatre brings you a Shakespearean favorite this May

When four young men swear off love and pledge to devote themselves only to their studies, four young women take that as a challenge. More...

Coastal Life

Indoor Rock Climbing:

Out of the sun fun

If you’re ready to take a break from the sun, but still want something fun to do with your friends and family, indoor rock climbing is a great alternative! More...

Springsteen’s less-commercial works show depth of genius

My admiration for rocker Bruce Springsteen began in 1975 with the release of the album ‘Born To Run.’ I worked as a disc jockey at a small Mississippi AM radio station and had no problem playing four or five songs a night off this blockbu More...

White Sand Wedding

The sandy white beach and the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico are a beautiful sight and provide the perfect backdrop for a wedding ceremony, many couples are finding.  When Niki Underwood became engaged to Dan Gillespie, the couple de More...

Fish Stories

Panhandle is brimming with lots of marine life

The fishing here along the Florida Panhandle is heating up daily. The shoreline along the gulf side is thriving with life. Bait fish of all species are showing up, turtles, rays and even sunfish have been spotted.  More...

Calendar

May Calendar

Tuesday, May 1  Blue Wahoos Baseball vs Jackson Generals 7 p.m., Community Maritime Park, W. More...

Beach Reading

New York, New York: ‘Island of Vice’

Theodore Roosevelt was a force to be reckoned with, but not even he could tame New York City during the 1890s. More...