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  • Pensacola Beach, Florida
    Pensacola, Florida: America’s winter paradise
    Native Americans left pottery shards and artifacts in the coastal dunes here centuries before Tristan de Luna arrived with a band of Spanish colonists in 1559. Although the settlement lasted only for two years, historians claim that de Luna made...
  • Unknown fish species caught of Pensacola Pier: Part eel, part fish?
    Unknown fish species caught off Pensacola pier: Bizarre fish prehistoric-looking
    A bizarre prehistoric-looking species of fish was caught off a Pensacola pier and no one is able to identify it. This odd find is not like any other fish seen before, leaving researchers baffled over what kind of fish this is that a fisherman...
  • Senator Marco Rubio reaches out to those affected by recent flooding
    Senator Marco Rubio reaches out to those affected by recent flooding
    As the southern portion of the United States suffers from near record amounts of flooding and severe storm activity, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) took time out of his busy schedule on Wednesday, April 30 to address the concerns of residents of...
  • T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum
    A walking tour through Historic Pensacola Village
    Spring is finally here, and there is nothing more fulfilling than the fragrance of fresh air, a cool blowing breeze, and a relaxing stroll through Historic Pensacola Village. Whether you are a local or visitor to Pensacola, exploring over 450...
  • PENSACOLA - Rich History, Heritage and amazing beaches!
    PENSACOLA - Rich History, Heritage and amazing beaches!
    During a recent trip we took from Dallas to cover attractions and parks in the Orlando, FL area, we decided to stop in gorgeous Pensacola, FL and see what many of our colleagues were raving about... and boy were they right. Not only is Pensacola...
  • Navy jet crash: Training flight crashes on runway during landing.
    Navy jet crash: Training flight crashes, pilot and student hospitalized
    A Navy jet crash left a pilot, who was in training, and the instructor in the hospital. Something went very wrong with the Navy training jet during landing, causing this crash. A spokesperson from the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida...
  • Art work needed for auction
    Art donations needed for Art of Fashion auction
    Local artists, designers and businesses are being asked to donate works of art and services to the Art of Fashion fundraiser for Covenant Hospice. The items will be auctioned at the 9th annual luncheon and fashion show that supports Covenant&rsquo...
  • Downtown Pensacola, Florida
    Explore Pensacola’s rich history and culture
    Visitors are always amazed of the rich heritage and culture that Pensacola is part of. The best way to gain an understanding of the city and its people is by taking a tour of the city and surrounding area.Visitors can begin the tour by walking...
  • William Lee Golden
    Meet William Lee Golden Aug, 22 at the Pensacola Museum of Art
    Now, through August 31, the public is invited to view the work of William Lee Golden, a singer from the country quartet The Oak Ridge Boys.A public reception will be held on Thursday, August 22, from 7-pm at the Museum. Mr. Golden will be in...
  • Disney's Animal Kingdom
    Ride to Walt Disney World
    Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida seems like a long ride, but broken into two segments, it's really not that far, and is well worth the trek. It's 914 miles from Shreveport, which breaks down to 464 miles to Pensacola the first day and...
  • Bowl for Kids Sake takes place June 22 in Pensacola
    Bowl for Kids Sake takes place June 22 in Pensacola
    Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake event will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2013, at New Liberty Lanes, 3200 N. Palafox Street. Teams consisting of four to six bowlers may choose from the following bowling times: 5:00 p.m. and 7...
  • Thousands compete in McGuire's 5K: nation's largest prediction run (Photos)
    Thousands compete in McGuire's 5K: nation's largest prediction run (Photos)
    On Saturday, March 9, 2013, more than 16,000 people took part in the 36th annual McGuire’s Prediction Run 5K.Event organizers bill the McGuire's 5K as the "nation's largest prediction run." According to pre-race...
  • Double Bridge Run winner sets blistering pace
    Double Bridge Run winner sets blistering pace
    Beautiful race day weather greeted a crowd of 4,000 runners at the sold out Double Bridge Runin Pensacola on February 2, 2013.The 15K race course started in downtown Pensacola at the new Community Maritime Park, routed runners over the 3-mile...
  • Pensacola restaurants dish up 450 years of history
    Pensacola restaurants dish up 450 years of history (Photos)
    It’s easy for a chef to understand why five nations have vied for control of Pensacola Bay over the past four and a half centuries. Heaping platters of oysters, steaming bowls of shrimp and grits, crunchy fried alligator and slow cooked...
  • Carmen’s Lunch Bar and the Sole Inn mirror Pensacola’s Renaissance
    Carmen’s Lunch Bar and the Sole Inn mirror Pensacola’s Renaissance
    Even though Mari Carmen Josephs and Allen Williams are a generation apart, they’ve been a part of the Pensacola, Fl, hospitality business their entire lives. Mari grew up cooking around her mother, a successful Pensacola restauranteur, and...