June 1, 2014 RSS feed / Features

On miPod

Mad over Mad Violinist

Original style and talent came together in 2009 when Ashanti Floyd and Matt Barrett formed a musical group unlike any other. More...

June Outdoor Concerts

There is no shortage of live music in Pensacola and the surrounding areas. Take advantage of the warm weather, and shake your groove thang at one of the many free outdoor concerts held this month.  Blues on the Bay  Sundays, 5 p.m. More...

Calendar

SavetheDate!

June 15 * Father’s Day | June 21 * First Day of Summer

Scooby-Doo! Live Musical Mysteries  Wednesday, June 4, 7 p.m. Pensacola Saenger Theater  This live theater show brings everyone’s favorite animated series to life. More...

Happenings

Kick off summer with Coastal Concessions

Sometimes the best way to kick off your summer vacation is to hit the beach, sip a cold drink, and have fun playing on the almost 50 miles that make up Santa Rosa Island.  More...

Sarah Mac holds her own against top female voices

For this month’s On MiPod music column, Splash! Magazine interviewed Jehan Clark, executive director for Evenings in Olde Seville Square, to find out what’s on his iPod. More...

Wildlife ‘rescues’ can do more harm than good

Winter is finally over. Trees and flowers are blossoming, birds are building nests and critters are being born. And the calls about “abandoned” animals have begun.  More...

Makin’ a Splash!

I don’t think it matters how old you are or how long it’s been since you were last in school, but when summertime gets here it just feels like we should be taking time off of work and getting to the nearest beach chair...pronto!  More...

Fish Stories

Short red snapper season seems fishy

The floodwaters have receded on land, but the result is some real nasty looking inshore waters. Even though the waters are not typical in color for this time of year, the fish are still hungry.  More...

9 Day Snapper season

The recreational red snapper season in Gulf state waters opened Saturday, May 24, and will remain open through July 14, a total of 52 days, closing July 15.  More...

Helping your fish survive helps you

I magine for a minute you are out to sea, line wet, with about 150 feet of water separating boat from the bottom. You feel a tug.  More...

Fun & Games

Fun in ‘store’ for girl-less guys and guy-less girls

Just in time for summer, several new stores and services have opened to help residents and tourists alike enjoy Pensacola to the fullest. Check out these imaginative—and imaginary—offerings:  More...

Summer solstice marks longest day of year

For June 2014, the Moon will be new on May 29, so the first two weeks find the moon waxing in the evening sky. On June 1, the thin waxing crescent moon passes about 5 degrees south of Jupiter in the western sky. More...

Flappy Bird is back!

slipped through the tubes, and it’s back again.  A few months back, I wrote an article about the epically popular and cheesiest top grossing game Flappy Bird. More...

Coastal Life

Navarre Beach becoming sea turtle haven

A sk Cathy Holmes to name one thing that’s special about Santa Rosa County and the surrounding areas, and you might not get the answer you’d expect. More...

Sharks get comfortable

in Gulf Coast waters

A few months ago, local fishermen hooked an 11-foot, 805-pound shortfin mako shark off of a Gulf Coast beach. More...