November 1, 2013 RSS feed / Features

On miPod

Documentary features Canadian music legend Levon Helm

For this month’s On MiPod music column, Splash! More...

Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival

Don’t miss out on the unforgettable musical journey where the white sand beaches meet the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico.  More...

The heart of nature; ‘Beethoven’s Pastoral’

Join the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra and guest baritone Timothy LeFebvre as they explore themes of love and nature with music by Weber, Wagner, Mahler, and Beethoven. “Beethoven’s Pastoral” concert will be held on Saturday, Nov. More...

Happenings

Santa Rosa Kids’ House to host 4th Annual Festival of Trees

Santa   Rosa Kids’ House (SRKH) will host its 4th Annual  Festival of Trees on Saturday, Nov. 23.  More...

Get ‘Footloose’… again!

Gulf Breeze High School’s award winning drama troupe will present an encore performance of “Footloose” on Friday, Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m. at Pensacola’s Saenger Theatre. More...

T. T. Wentworth gets a makeover

One of Downtown Pensacola’s most recognizable buildings has been out of commission since mid-August, but it is on track to re-open at the end of the month with a fresh, new take on a classic exhibit.  More...

Makin’ a Splash!

November seems to be a time when people take a step back to evaluate what’s important to them and give thanks. More...

Fish Stories

Fall temps kick start fall bites

Hope you were able to capitalize on the fall red snapper season that was given to us by the National Marine Fisheries Service. More...

Fun & Games

The joke is on those who laugh at Florida’s craziness

I t’s almost time for my annual trip to Massachusetts to visit my loving family and endure another round of Flori-duh jokes. I’ll have to listen to comments about our spooky Gov. More...

November the month to ‘fall back’

The moon will be new on November 3, with a solar eclipse visible in the south Atlantic and central Africa. This is also the Sunday to “fall back” to Standard Time for the rest of the year. More...

A hippopotamus for Christmas

A new baby has arrived in Gulf Breeze, and she’s already gaining attention from people everywhere. The baby is no ordinary bundle of joy, it’s a Nile hippopotamus and the newest addition to the Gulf Breeze Zoo.  More...

Beach Reading

November harbors cold, bitter…football rivalries

Down here in the South, the Mercury really doesn’t dip that low in November. But the eleventh month of the year does harbor something else cold and bitter — college football rivalries. More...

City of Five Flags

In 1513, Spain’s Ponce de Leon claimed Florida. By the end of the century, other countries were making their way to the new land, and Spain realized that they needed to settle some colonies in Florida.  More...

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